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"WEEK'S WAR STORY

I WEARY, BUT NOT BEATEN. I

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--SKfWEN DIVORCE.

-_--THE PROFITEER.

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I SWANSEA NEWS,I

NODION AR BYNCIAU YRi -WYTHNOS.…

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Lieutenant Thomas Gee, Boyal Field Artillery, of Sketty, Swansea, who died on November 13th, left < £ 536. A Swansea Guardians Committee has recommended the appointment of a dis- charged soldier, who has been gassed, as imbecile attendant. Paris, Wednesday, (received Thursday). —There were no victims during to-day's bombardment of the Paris district by the German long-range gun. Conscription for women is to be brought before Parliament almost immediately by a Bill. Sir William Bull, the head of the Business Committee of the House of Com- naons, is busy drafting the measure. The death took place on Thursday, at Morningside, Brynfi eld-road, Lang-land, Mumbles, of Mrs.. Gladys Roberta, wife of Mr. Herbert Roberts, of the firm of Messrs. W. H. Stone and Son, timber mer- chants, Swansea. In the oase at Swansea on Wednesday, in which Annie Bevan (16), summoned George Gittings (17), farmer, of Velindre, as being the father of her child born on February 16th. an order of 4s. per week. ith (he usual cost*, was amdtok

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AGE GROUPS.I

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