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PRISONERS AND I GUNS.

I--, , THE DAILY TOLL. i

THE "TANKS" IN ACTION. -/

THREE SWANSEA PORTERS.

RUMANIA

I •-:i iA LITTLE OVER FIVE…

SWANSEA OFFICERS

GREECE.

! .0i : ' HAIRDRESSERS AND…

''j ?THE KING ANDj MYSELF."…

SWANSEA VOLUNTEERS AND THEI…

PETTICOAT IN-FlUiiSE. - ft…

STRUGGLE ON DOCKSIDE.

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STRUGGLE ON DOCK- SIDE. SWANSEA LABOURER'S DIP IN THE WATER. At Swansea, on Thursday, John MeNamee, laibourer, was charged on remand with at- tempting to commit suicide by throwing him- self into the North Dock on Decmber 14th, J916. Evidence was given by William Rickard, a foreman employed at one of the warehouses at the North Dock, who saw defendant come to the dockside and jump in. A workman secured him by his clothing with a boat- hook and lifted him out of the water. De- fondant shouted out, "Let me go," but after Oille difficulty he WiOO got to the dockside. It took four of them to hold him down. Special Constable E. T. Rich said that in company with .Special Constable Rees ;ic took defendant into custody. Defendant was later taken to the Workhause. In his pos- session was found a card written as follows Dear J. S.,—I hope I haven't disgraced you. You can find out aloout me in Ty- U Detective A. Eynon spoke of aIr-resting defendant at the Workhouse just as he was aibout to be discharged. Defendant told him I' he did not know what he was doing. He had lost his head, being worried a little. I Defendant now said that he had been driven to do it by employes with him on his job. They had put him down on the job and in his lodgings as a "policeman's spy," and they had got at him in such a way at his lodgings that he bad got nervous. Defendant was committeed to take his trial at the next Quarter Sessions.

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.…

SWANSEA AND MINISTRY OFI MUNITIONS.-