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PRISONERS AND I GUNS.

I--, , THE DAILY TOLL. i

THE "TANKS" IN ACTION. -/

THREE SWANSEA PORTERS.

RUMANIA

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SWANSEA OFFICERS

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SWANSEA OFFICERS MENTIONED IN HAIG'S j DISPATCHES. Included in the list of Welsh -officers' names in Field Marshal Haig's second hon- I oifrs'list is that of Captain D. Percy Davies, son of the Mayor and Mayoress of Swansea (Alderman and MNI. David Davies), who is bracketted with the name of Major J. Y. Baldwin in the "mentions" for the Army Cyclist Corps. Thprfc are only twelve names in this section. Captain Davies joined up as a private the first month of the war and has been in France since November, 1915. f SWANSEA COLONEL'S SON. Lapt. A. V. mclaír, son of Col. A. Sin- clair, himself a veteran volunteer officer, who is included in the list, was one of the young officers attached to the Swansea Battalion on its formation. He went out to France with the Welsh Regiment but subsequently was placed in charge of a machine gun section, where it is known he proved him- self a highly efficient officer. He was with the Welsh Division when it left for France in November, 1915. SWANSEA R.F.A. LIEUTENANT. I Included m the long list of heroes mentioned in Sii, Douglas Haig's des- Ktches is the name of Lieut. W. R. Lewis of the R.F.A., and son of Mr. Dyer Lewis, H.M. Inspector of Mines, 2,' St. Helen's-crescent). The success- ful young officer was trained for the Army before the outbreak of war, and was an undergraduate at Cambridge when he entered active cr- vice with the artillery. He has seen much fighting, and his many friends will be pleased to hear of his suemsa.

GREECE.

! .0i : ' HAIRDRESSERS AND…

''j ?THE KING ANDj MYSELF."…

SWANSEA VOLUNTEERS AND THEI…

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STRUGGLE ON DOCKSIDE.

I"POLL TOGETHER." 0

STRUCK BY CART I SHAFT.

AERIAL. I

FACTS ABOUT OUR FOOD. ———-*._-

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"WHAT, WErt AND HOW." f

-NEW SWANSEA LUWT.£NA-NT.…

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