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I TO COST BETWEEN I 15-000

WHY YOU ARE WEAR-j ING YOURSELF…

MR. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS

IMYSTERY OF THE SEA.I

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I LABOUR CONGRESS VOTE.I

I! AS HIS FATHER DID.!

"UNDER THE CLOAK OF ! RELIGION."…

-",-,-I COMMISSION FOR ST.…

! ! ITHE SUBLIME HUN. I -…

NO MORE TWOPENNY" NIPS,"

SWANSEA ADVISORY ICOMMITTEE.…

COOLNESS OF THEI CAPTAIN.¡…

- n ¡ WOULD-BE PORTIA. !

■ 1 "NO CHANCE IN LIFE."|

I GIRL WHO TOOK THE WRONGII…

J ACIO SHORTAGE AT TINPLATE,…

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CABLES TO CWMBWRLA.

I "WOULD HAVE BEENI !STRUNG…

CRAY WATER FOR MUMBLES.-I

LLANCYFELACH WILL.-I

THE GALLIPOLI FEA.T1

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THE GALLIPOLI FEA.T1 PREMIER AND -THE 1 OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE.j Mr. Asquith. in the House of Commons on Monday, -aid: The House and the country will have learned with extreme gratification of the suc- cessful retirement of the t'oroes at Cape Helles without the loss of a single life. (Cheers). Eleven gtitis only were left behind- net a very large niimber-ofo which ten were worn-out 15-pounders, and before being aban- doned all were rendered unfit for further ser- vice. of the ind reserve ammllui- Such of the stores and reserve ammuni- tion as could not be removed was set on fire at the last moment, and the whole retirement was conducted with an absolute minimum of loss. (Cheers.) "This operation, taken in conjunction with tho earlier retirement from Smola. and Arizac, is, I believe, Without parallel in military or naval I history. That it should have been carried through with no appreciable loss, in view of-the vast amount of personnel and material involved. is an achievement of which all concerned. commanding officers, officers and men, in both servioes may well be proud—(cheers)—and de- serves, and I am sure will receive, the pro- found gratitude «| the King amd the country, and which will make an imperishable place for them in our national history. (Renewed cheers.) His Majesty will be advised that General Sir Charles Monro, Admirals de Robeck and Wemyss, and Generals Birdwood and Da vies and other officers who worked under them shaJl receive special recognition."

! THE MEN TO BE I jHONOURED.

IAT OLD LANDORE i WORKS.-i

EATING WHAT YOU LIKE! -I

I PAINTER FROM BATH. !

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REQUEST REFUSED, -!

COMPLIMENT TO THE SERGEANT.

|HADN'T GOT IT.I

RESIGNATION IN ORDER. I

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MORE LIGHT WANTED.'

: CHARGES AGAINST I. OFFICIALS.

SISTER DIDN'T RECOGNISE HIM.…

joHN BERLIN.-

, " TO BAD TEMPER—10«."

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