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THE SUVLA WITHDRAWAL

ILABOUR AND COM--PULSION.

- W I TREE FELL ON HIM. j

———————I ppOM WHOM HAS HE…

THE COMPULSION I i SCHEME.…

LATE COLONEL R. E. BENSON.

!I THE GIRL, THE MOTHER, I…

LOCAL ENGAGEMENT.

WELSH FOOTBALL-OFFICER.

AUSTRIAN NAVAL i ROUT. I -I

WARNING TO THE WORKERS.

BLOWN UP IN PORT.

,OUR RECRUITING Ii I " SYSTEM."

i HIDE AND SEEK| HIDE AND…

-BODY FOUND ON THE SANDS.…

---! NEW LOCAL " PRU," CONTROLLER.

i!SALIGHT BETWEEN BUFFERS,!

I" RULED BY DOCKERS."

GIRL CLERKS.

BREAD UP A PENNY.

WHEN DOES A MEAL END ? --I

II CUSTOMERS ALSO I SUMMONED.

——————————— j !THE GIPSY AND…

MONTHLY INSTEAD OF FORTNIGHTLY.…

LITTLE GENTLEMEN AND LADIES

RESPECTED CWMBWRLA MAN.1

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BLEW PART OF HAND OFF.

MAXIMA ON METALS

ABSENT SCR EWER F; N Ë D.

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ABSENT SCR EWER F; N Ë D. SWANSEA MUNITIONS TRIBUNAL •bvv^.nsea Man;Lions luult sat on Thursday under the chairmanship of Mr. J. Vaughan Edward.- (the assessors being Messrs. J. Rees, Neath, and C. K Gibbs, Court Sart), when a complaint was made b-, d controlled, establishment that a screwer-up, named J. B. Hosburgh. ?h&e;;ted hiHM?il n'om wojk ;ro;n December 4th w:thouL perm:BSMH. L. ? R. PLirr?.. resident engineer, said the man worked at lOd. per hour, and the -in-- he worked averaged 46 per week, his average wages being 38s. 4d. He could have worked 54 hours, while there was time and a half overtime and double time for Sunday work. All broken time through the weather was made good by the firm if the men had not dost time themselves. A written statement from the defendant complained that he was not given peace- work, as he alleged Mr. Parcel: sadd there was no understanding to that effect at all.     NO riECE-WORK RATES HAD BEEN PAID on ihe work :n question. !■«? rian Had been warned about his irregular time. McCart. lev sa-:d the job was not • sr.fncip.ntly ■■vdvaaioed for piece rates. 1 I>iendant in hk statement also stated he was suffering from i s-oie throat. The Court fined him. £ 2. j Mr. Purceil asked if the man would be i made to ret.irn. The Court sai 1 they had no power to that. but they would take care the rroney recovered. q.s it was payable to the Treasury and not the emplover.

\-HIS ONLY SON. 1HISONLYSON.

FROGS CHOKE ELEPHANT.

"I'LL MERRY XMAS YOU."