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NODION AR BYNCIAU YR ,WYTHNOS.…

TINPLAXE BONUS.i

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LATEST WAR NEWS i

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.I

MESOPOTAMIA ADVANCE. I

-SLIGHT ENEMY GAINS.______1

I ARMISTICE CANARD.

A WEEK'S PIRACY. I

WAR MUSEUM EXHIBITION.

I A FARTHING TOO MUCH! f

I POLICE PROMOTIONS. I

I SHIP WIHTOUT A PILOT. t

I ,,NEW J.P.'s.r

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- -__-THE 1914 MINERS.I

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THE 1914 MINERS. Official intimation was nkde on Tuesday night of the Home Secretary's new Order withdrawing certificates of military ex- emption from men who entered the coal mining industry after August 4th, 1914. The terms of the new Order are as follows: I hereby withdraw all certificates of exemption issued on grounds or employ- ment to persons of military age employed at coal mines who entered the coal mining industry after August 4th, 1914, and were cf military age at that date, and are engaged as winding etginemeii., pumpmen, electricians, titters and mechanics, including blacksmiths, joiners, and wagon and tub makers and repairers. The position now is that persons who were of military age on August 4th, 1911, and who have entered the coal ^lining1 11- dustry since that date will be available for recruitment, subject to the folWing ar- rangements respecting applications for exemption:— (a) Application may be made by a man to the Colliery Recruiting Court on the ground that a mistake has heel made as to his age or the date of his entry into the coal mining industry, and flat he is ftecordingly not covered by tht terms of the Home Secretary's DrtificatiQn Orders (b) Application by an employer k> the Colliery Recruiting Court on grounds men- tion in (a) or on the ground thzt a man is indispensable to the working of the mine, but an application on the ground of indis- pensability can only be made .when a man is engaged. as smoker, or is in one of the ex- cepted classes above mentioned and is placed in the new medical grafts 2 or 3, that is to say. is not in .the Yid medieal category A. The word pumpmen only in- cludes for this purpose men engaged in worlnng mechanical pumps. (c) All such applications <r on beha.lf of a man to the Colliery Rtserxiting Court must be made not later than seven days from the issue of the notice calling the man up for service, and must be made on the special form provided tor tlio pllrpos'o (form 36), Which c&n be obtained from the Inspect:, r of Mines, (d) The right of application to a local tribunal on personal ground* in accord- ance with the regulations or instructions is, of course, not affected.

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AIR RAID ON ENGLAND . -.-…

I __FIRE AT MANSELTON. I

SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST, I

I _HOW TO GET SUGAR.____I

I _AMMANFORD COUNCIL. )

THE C.O/S VOTE I

NEATH BUTTER RUSH. .j

WARNING TO OTHERS.;

IMPAIRED VITALITY.I

4I COAL CONTROL BILL. I

FAMOUS WELSH C.O. CASE. I…

-STEAM ROLLER S FALL._I

IMADAME GERARD. I

-LOST 2685 1 N- A YEAR. I

DRYMMA FIRE I

, DEATH SENTENCES. I

A COSTLY BREACH.I

FARMERS TO ORGANISE. r

TOOK NO FOOD ALL DAY. i

DRAPERY DRAMA'

A PEERAGE ROMANCE.-

SWANSEA NURSE WEDDED.

WELSH DOCKYARDS. - -

HOME WITHOUT FOOD.

SIX NEWSPAPER BOYS. .....…

I,-MUMBLES GUARD FINED.

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