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SWANSEA II. V. CARDIFF II.

I "A CLEAN SHEET."

-.I "KILLED AT SEN-GHENYDD."

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BURNT TO CINDER.I

i ! "PREVENTION AND GUIDANCE.…

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MASHING THE KAISER'S DAUGHTER.

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MASHING THE KAISER'S DAUGHTER. GERMAN TOMMY" PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT. An amusing story is going the rounds in Brunswick. It is told that a soldier on sen- try duty outside a subordinate wing of the pa-laoe, weary of the monotony of his task, and hoping for the relief of a few minutes' agreeable conversation, tried to attract the attention of a comely young woman who chanced to pass down the desert-ed street. By a. shrill whistle and nodding of the head, a.nd finally by beckoning with his rifle, h4 song-tit to arrest her steps, and so obtain the opportunity of entering into conversa- tion with her. But she was oblivious to all his signals, and continuing on her way dia- appeared into oue of the entrances of the paL aos. Twenty minutes later the sentry was com- manded to the presence of the Duke of Bruni wick, who sternly charged him with his in discretion. The soldier frankly admitted tbJt full measure of his guilt whereupon he was absolved, but was dumbfounded with tht words, "Tliis time I will eve; Vx>k it, for it was only my wife, but if it had been any ot-bet lady in Brunswick——" The sentry h&d tried to scrape accluainf4 &nos with the German Emperor's daughter!

SEVEN CHILDREN FATHER. LESS.

ALL WHITES LOSE.

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THE MUMBLES " BURN-OUT."

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i SWANSEA'S " STACK - FAWR."