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TINPLATERS' WAGES.I

DIED FOR HIS SON. j

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AfVSMAftfFOftD TRAGEDY, I

A NOVEL POLICE COURT.

YOUNG OFFICER'S TRAGIC END

ROW OVER ITHE FURNITURE I

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YSTALYFERA DRUMMER WOUNDED…

r NEGROES. HANGED.

DISTRICT COUNCIL AND ANI OFFICE.

A PENCLAWDD ASSAULT*I

VICAR OF SWANSEA'S DAUGHTER…

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I MR. DAN PH8fLL8PS, I

j SKEWEN RIFLEMAN MISSING.…

ILEFT WiFE TEN MONTHS AGO.…

I isKEWEN MA N'S WOUNDS. I

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OANONVVATKINS JONES

IN THE RING.I

I FATAL CRUISE.

FUNERAL OF MRS. MORT. LLAN-I…

[ PONTARDULAIS MAN WOUNDED.I

DEATH OF A GORSEINON MILLI…

IGAVE HIS LIFE FOR DUTY.I

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GAVE HIS LIFE FOR DUTY. I U Poor Gwyn was hit whilst carrying a I wounded man to safety," writes a soldier I serving in the Dardanelles with reference j I to the death of Pte. Gwyn Thomas, o. the Royal Arm, [ Medical Corps. Tin sad news was re ceived on Saturday last of the brav* young fellow's eno and much .ympaih; is felt with hi parents, who keej the Post Office a. the little villa gG O St. Clears. Privati Thomas was prior t< the outbreak of wa employed at the out fitter's establishmen of M essrs. Hodge and Sons at Swan- vsea as an assistant. lie was well known throughout the town, especially among local Welshmen, and was a member of the Bethesda Welsh Baptist Chapel. Only 24 years of age, he joined the Army in November of last year, and left for the Dardanelles some time ago. He was en- gaged to be married to a young lady who is employed in a Swansea drapery estab- lishment. No official confirmation of his death has been received from the War Office ]

I REGISTRATION WORK. I

-1 ANTHRACITE MINERS' SNSTRUC-j…

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I A CALL TO SWANSEA. i

-'I WELSH MINERS AT THE FRONT.…

IDISTRESSING CWMLLYNFELL'…

[ EISTEDDFOD AT LLANGYFELACH.…

FARRIERY AT GOWERTON.

SWANSEA SANDS TRAGEDY.

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