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SWANSEA GUARD! ANS j ijOTJ-f…

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-_- - ..- - .. GERMAN OFFICER'SI…

! WRONG ADDRESSES.

LYING OFF - PEMBROKE DOCK.

! WHO, IS SHE?I

TUT " HON EST r.R-ITTSH WORKER'S…

"UNAVOIDABLE ACCI" I ---DfclNiV-

" PAIR OF TWINS FOR! .-YOU."i

WRECKAGE OF H!S OWN I SHIP.

REPORTED MISSING, BUT ! DEAD.!

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MORRISTON SISTERI SUSIES.

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IA FILTHY LLANELLY " IIOATE.…

MISSED HIS STEP. ___I

NOT THE ORIGINAL SCHEME.

DEAD COLLIER'S CHILD. I

1 OUR BLIND HEROES. :

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ACCELERATED BY INJUDICIOUS…

STEPPED OFF MOVING] TRAIN.…

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STEPPED OFF MOVING] TRAIN. DISTRESSING AFFAIR ON JR5UMBLES LINE. on the Mumbles Rai-lway at West Cross Station oil Tuesday evening. Miss Nc-liie -John, daug"h- ter of .Mr. and Mis. Samuel N0.1. ('as-tle-strcct. Mumbles, attempted to alight whilst the train wuJ 'rtmo\)').?.d "by some means fell und^r tiie carriages, several of which passed on' hu, ?he received shocking injuries, her right forearm being severed, right leg severely (Tush"d, and ) severe injury to t.)e head and body. After, bcmg cxti ica?dmnjUtidtr the tram she i was carried iu '.lie waiting-room, where Dr. C'urti°s. \ho y:us a P¡¡'<JJ,lel', did an that I waS p').b?'. Th('?w?n.?p:?.nio?r:!mbu- lance wa.s telephoned for, and the poor ?1)1 was removed to S\va.nsca H?spit.t? where j s!]e?died very sheitly after admission. The unfoitunatc young Judy, who was about 16 years old. was employed at the: Walter-road Post Office, subsequent to which she was at- tiie- St. Helen's branch. She i wa?ahnhlingat. West Cross for the purpose "f 'ittendin_ a prayer mcrtit)? at the West Cross Bethany Chape!, ?htip ller mother I id ,dready arrived, and t)-.e woman's I ;rjd 'ou being fetched to her daughter was terrible. Just before th?aecdeiit Miss John Was laughing and talking I with some giil companions on the platform at the back ot the carriage, and it is said that they attempted to strongly dissuade her j j from alighting- before the train stopped, but unfortunately without effect. The pas??moh on the train- were naturally greatly affected by t-he distressing ("'U'I:- ,-i-eat-1 3- ?i ?,ect,e d b,, t,he

BRYNHYFRYD MANS ! ESTATE.…

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