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-THE PEOPLE S WAR."

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A COALFIELD ISSUE.

i THE CONFERENCE. !

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UNION OF WELSH SOCIETIES

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I THE LAST AIR RAID.

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I THE LAST AIR RAID. Reports on Monday night's Zeppel- in raid on England show that it was carried out over a widerarea than pre- viously. Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincoln- shire. Leicestershire. Staffordshire, and Derbyshire were flown over. It is estimated that about 220 bombs were dropped. Except in one. part of Staf- fordshire. however, the damage done was not considerable. There was no military damage. The casualties total 121—54 killed and 67 wounded. In point of casualties among the civil population this is the third greatest example of German "frightfulness" by air. There were 56 killed and 114 wounded in the raid on the East Coast and London district on September 7th I and 38 killed and 12. wounded in the attack on the London area on October 13th.

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I ICONCEALING SWANSEA DESERTER.

MIXERS AND COMPULSION.

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