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SWANSEA COLLIERYI SENSATION.

AMERICANS HOPELESSLY BEATEN.

"FUNNY PLACE TO GO."

NO "PACK" FOR THE PACKMAN.

SWANSEA SOLICITORS,I FATHER.

LABOUR AT THE'I -DOCKS.

IWAS INSIDE THE ENGINE.

! WORTHY SON OF WORTHY I__"FATHER.II

CURRENT FOR HARBOURi ! TRUST.…

? ,PERFECT - MYSTERY," -…

POPULAR AT -PLASMARL. 1

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" ASK FOR F-f HEM." 1

FINE SHOW OF I FEA frl t.…

TRAGEDY OF A TRAiN| WRECK.…

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.I MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES.,…

! NEATH COUNCIL; AND ! ! i.L.P.

PREMIER AND " S.T." !

" SERIOUS POSITION." I i

BAREFOOTED SWANSEA STREETI…

i LATE MR. 0. H. JONES.

MR. JOHN DYER'S NEW YEAR'S…

I [ LIEUT. H. LEES RANDELL.…

THE DAILY TOLL.

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THE DAILY TOLL. LOCAL CAPTAIN'S FATA* WOUNDS. POPULAR GOWER GUARDS- MAN'S DEATH. The death has occurred of Captain HanJ Wilfred Bubb, grandson of the late Mil Thomas Jones, Glamorgan Brewery, Swait sea. The gallant captain joined the Armj at the outbreak of war and was made cal). tain when only 30 years of age. He wa4 badly wounded when leading a bombing at- tack and djed on New Year's Day. He way very popular in his regiment. Missing Since August, 1915. Official news has been received this week by Mrs. A. Thomas, of 9, Bethesda-terrace, Swansea, of the death of her eldest son, Pte., Thomas James Thomas (better known at Ben"), of the East Lancashire Regiment. Deceased ha.d served for eight years in the Welsh Regiment and rejoined the Colours at the outbreak of war. He was drafted out to the Dardanelles.in May. 1915, and was posted as missing on August 8th, 1915. Prior to en- lii'ti!l,. dccenged was employed at the Gradgola Fuel Works, and was a married man. A brother ot deceased. Bugler David Thomas, of a, local uni< of the Welsh Regiment, has been discharged after serving with his regi- rnent in France. Came from Chili. Corpora I A. E. Parkin, Welsh Guards, of 54, Cam bridge-street. Swansea, has been wounded a second time. He came horn. from Chili to answer the call 12 months list March. Llanelly Resident's Only Son. Having been invalided to England froaj France with fever. Pte. William Lodwick, A.S.O., only son of Mr. Timothy Lodwick now living at Llanelly, but formerly at Parcmain, Carmarthen, has died in hos- pital in Bermingham. Killay Private. Private J<. Hopkins, Killay, lial written home to a friend at Dunvant t. say that he has been wounded, and is noif in hospital. Cower Guardsman's Fate. 1- yulte a gloom has been cast over the pari.shes of Nicholastou and Penmaen Gower, by the news received on Thursday oi the death in action, on December 24th, of Private William Jentkins, onlv son of -Nii.. and Mrs. Samuel Jenkins, of Myrtie Cottage. Nicliolaston. The deceased, who was 22f years old, was a fine, promising young man of the highest character, and deservedly popular1 throughout the peninsula. R joined the YYelsli Guards a« n volunteer, and had been at the front a considerable time uphûlding the honour of the fine regiment t which he belonged. The parish 0' Nicholnston has the credit of having sent a greater percentage of young men to the front than any other psriish in the peninsura, and already there havo been several casualties amongst this fine quota.

DEMURRAGE DIFFI* CULTY.

SOLDIERS -LITTLE ONE

RAN INTO SERGEANT'S ARrlS.

FRENCH ADMIRALTY NAil HUN…

STEALINC COAL AT SWANSEA.'

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