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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

! 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.…

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SISTER DIDN'T RECOGNISE HIM. William Stobbs, a fitter, of J&rrow, Durham, read in the evening papers that a man knocked down aaid killed by a tramway-car in Newcastle had been iaen- tified as himself. In the meantime the coroner's jury had found that he had been accidentally killed, and that a 3ister of Stobbs had identified her brother. The police took immediate steps to rectify this case of mistaken identity. «

joHN BERLIN.-

, " TO BAD TEMPER—10«."

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