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CASE OF THE BARALONG.

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I LORD MONTAGUESII ? TRIALS.…

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I I BIG GERMAN "HOLD! ' LP."

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BIG GERMAN "HOLD- LP." RUSSIAN INVASION PERIL OVER. (Press Association War Sp-ecial.) I PARlS,-Sa.ta,rJa)-. M. Claude Anet, correspondent, of the j I Petit Parisien with the Russian Army, had a conversation with General Radko Dimitrieff, in whiolr be learnt some instruc- tiyeamd reassuring tacts. General Dimi- trieff ,a,k The German farces opposed to me ha-ve been depleted of almost half therr full strength during the course of the offensive, and their tanks liai-e not- been reinforced, "This is striking p-roof of the fact that the, enemy has no longer sufficient men to per- mit him to bring up new foiv,-s to those. parts of the front where they axe most needed, and where he is anxious to bring about a decisive action. 1; He is ¡, Not even capable of filling the gaps I ? I m ms ranKs caused by tne sevei-e. campaign. The On-mans cannot take Riga; I have sufficient forces t-o defend my positions, and T 5-hall defend thsm. S?t?ment? of prisoners wh;A we cap- ture each day, and .letters found on them, clearly show that the Germans are very weary. They lia-v-e been too I 1 Disappointed by assurances I that the war would end 00011 tiiey are urgea on to desperate efforts each time, with assurances tjia-t they will bring about decisive victory, and that they will soon be able to take rest. As a matter of tact the Germans would have been better off in Prussia than here, where the country is in an abominable state. There is water everywhere; beeides the' cold oi winter hem is much more severe than it is with them, ajid they suffer more beca1.L dothing and food reaches them move slowly than they do to us."

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IWHISKEY PRSCES AT SWANSEA.

THE BRITISH STAND AT KUT.

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SWANSEA THEATRE LICENSE.

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BOTTLES, DISHES,I [HTMEHA.

:SWANSEA BATTALION.

SWANSEA LICENSING ! RESTRICTIONS.…

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I THE SALONIKA ARMY. I

"WATER COMINGI THROUGH."

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BRITON FERRY -v. -CONSCRIPTION.

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