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OUR TERMS. !

WELL-KNOWN AT MORRISTON.

SWANSEA SWEDE. !

DIED WHILST DANCING. I

NORTON'S AID FOR WOUNDED.…

COSHER WHO DESERTED HIS 'II…

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OUR HUGE VICTORY ,LOAN.

TEACHER'S CCMM!88iOM. I

FOR COWER 'TOMMtES.' I

I DID. HIS DUTY-PART!- : IALLY.

ISEPARATION ALLOW- ! -ANCES.…

CHART'ERING FOREIGN SH!P§.

GOWIR'S M.P. -I

I HALL UNDER 31." I

DWMLLYMFELL RETIREMENT. -!

FORMER EAST 8JDE GROCER'S11…

ABSENTEE SWANSEA DEFEN.I DAMTS..-

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:OAKS FROM VERDUN I

ON ST. DAV!D'S DAY. I

UNDER THE LOWER LLIW. !

MOTHERS' SOLE SUPPORT.i

HOME ON LEAVE.I

DEVELOPMENTS AT COPPER PIT.…

J S!NGLE MEN FtRST.I

I "THE SRON K!NG." I

'ANTHRACtTE AT PEACEI t PRICES.

WOMEN WAR WORKERS.;

I CORSEINON DEATHS. I

i -SOM -OF SWA-NSE-A- SK!PPER.I

ICORSEtNON CHCtR AT ' TAWE…

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MAMV MEN

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MAMV MEN <DLE. ANTHRACITE PITS STOPPED. ALLEGED PREFEREN- TIAL TREATMENT. The Anthracite Miners' Association met en Saturday wlieii -Ilr. Thomas Da.\ie< (YstradgYllllÍg) was appointed chairman fof the ensuing year, and County Coiiiici)lor David Daniel Davies (Gwatm('aegurwen' vice chairmAn. The A:;t'nt (Mr. J. D. Morgan) reporter that the average number of Jays worked in the whole district was four per weelt owing to the fact that the collieries around Swansea were suffering. not from lack o orders, wh:cit were su6icient. to keep th< pits fully employed, but from wan't. of ton- Ttagc. At Gnrnos a.bout one-third of th. men wei'e out and .4- H!.i.encaergiirwen about one-half, wliilst at the DIamo-nd Col- liery the men were working their noticea '.vit.h the same obiect in view. At thf Ffosddu the men are idle and at Gwys nc, tices are being worked, the latter because the company state that they cannot pay the lant advance in wagM. At the Ammai Anthrac:M Colliely the men are on daily contracts. It waf; ctimated that about 800 men art idle or about to become so. It was decided that the agent try and arrange an appointment Nvitlitlie Coal Or- ga.nis.ati<m Committee in order that the. fleri- ous situation in the anthracite coa)6e]<i might be conidered. and the effect of the preferential a.Ilocpf: of tonnage to Car- diff. Newport and Ba.Trv pointed out. NoStr!kePay. Inasmuch ns strikes at three collieries In the district had occurred without the con- sent of the district meeting at was resolved not to accede to appUcations for strijn pay.

CHEERING UP THE "TOMMtES,"

" LONE PINE" TO MOUQUET FARM.

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