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CASE OF THE BARALONG.

ESTEEMED BY - ALL. I

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I LORD MONTAGUESII ? TRIALS.…

! GOING THEIR BIT. I

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GOING THEIR BIT. I SWANSEA CONSERYATIYES' i WAR WORK. The report of the Executive Committee of! the Swansea. Conservative and Unionist 4\S. sociation for tlie past year za-vs The great world war against Kaiserism if. still raging, but we venture to think it; hos already passed the turning point that leads to a glorious victory, and when 'The Day' arrives, it wiii undy be aid '?hati Swansea has done her share. Ou' organisa- tion has been used effectively 'n rai-ious j ways iu f.?-U.cri:ig the country s c?uae, but] the question of recruiting for the Army and i Navy has, of course, been foremost. Figures j are not available from the authorities, but we feel eertairr that considerably over lo,000 of Swansea's !10DS have donned the khaki and blue, whilst 10,000 have beeu att-ested under Lord Derby's scheme. Our association b. a-irrnan at the commencement of the war. Com- racdore A. VV, FTeneage, C.B., .\LV,O., ha.s i already received two distinctions, viz., pro-] motion and the Order of the Companionship of the Bath, and we feci that all &wo.nsea will unite with us in offering" him our sin- cere congratulations. Amongst many others, t hree of our ward secretaries are ably serv- ing with the colours, and we "ish an of them a speedy and safe rettitn. It is with great ?ride v'e learn Lha. pxdusi?piy of those at- tested in Army Reserve B, over 180 mem- bers of the Salisbury Club Are serving their country, whilst about 120 of their members I are connected with the Volunteer Training Corps. The Junior Imp-eriai L'jgue mem- bers are practically all in the Army doing i then- bit for the country. The Primrose! League Sewing Party are doing admirable work in making comforts for the troops. During the year we have removed the as- pocaattOn 'Offices into most commodious premises in the new Prudential Building. We have lost by death several kind friends of the association, and would especially wish to refer with Borrow to the lamented death of Mr. J. K. Leaver, who was for a score of years our esteemed honorary treasurer."

ITO HIS MOTHER'S I DEATHBED.…

SWANSEA " DRUMMERS."

DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION]…

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I I BIG GERMAN "HOLD! ' LP."

I I "NO MANDATE."' I

.ITALIAN "APOLOGIES" I

NEWPORT AND THE ) MANNESMANN.…

--I BOTTLED BEfcRS UP IN LONDON.…

IWHISKEY PRSCES AT SWANSEA.

THE BRITISH STAND AT KUT.

weLSH CENEPAI-'SI SON KILLED.…

SWANSEA THEATRE LICENSE.

NEW SWANSEA VICAR.j

- - - - THE FREIGHT FAMINE.

'STRAIGHT TALK FROM THE TRENCHES.

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BOTTLES, DISHES,I [HTMEHA.

:SWANSEA BATTALION.

SWANSEA LICENSING ! RESTRICTIONS.…

THE SOLDIER'S WIFE. 1 i -…

I THE SALONIKA ARMY. I

"WATER COMINGI THROUGH."

I j SWANSEA TECHNICAL ! COLLEGE.…

BRITON FERRY -v. -CONSCRIPTION.

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