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THE UNKNOWN FACTOR.

GRANDSON OF SIR JNO.I LLEWELYN.

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GRANDSON OF SIR JNO. I LLEWELYN. REPORTED WOUNDED BY I SHRAPNEL. GENERAL'S COMMENDATION I FOR PLUCK. Lieat. Vanables Llewelyn, of the Cold- stream Guards, the grandson of Sir John T. D. Lle~velyr. is in hospital "Somewhere in France," wounded in the face and the ngh? igh bj' rél pnel. Ha is fly 19 y:> of W-, and the Gene- ral of his Division has written to the Colonel ot the Battalion a lebter highly commending the yrair^; officer for his plucky work. espe- cially at night,, in reconnoitring the enamy's defences.

I MEMORIAL AT PORT ! EYNON.…

THE WATCH D'OG. I

COST OF PRINTING. I

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IWRECK OFF 'COMBE.I

I ACCIDENT IN 1913. I

£8 WORTH OF MATCHES

I STOPPED -THE -TRAIN.I

IHORSE FEED FROM GLYN-NEATH.…

PEEPS INTO PAST AND FUTURE.

THE COFFEY COOLER.1

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HER CREW WAS THIRTEEN!

THE ccDAILY POST" . TOURNAMENT.

-Band of the " Pioneers,"

"VERY CREDITABLE THING."

SWANSEA SOLDIER- - j HUSBAND'S…

BROWN-WILLIAMS.,

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