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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

CHEERING UP THE "TOMMtES,"

" LONE PINE" TO MOUQUET FARM.

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LONE PINE" TO MOUQUET FARM. Experiences of Swansea Australian. Included in the number of soldiers visiting Swansea this week, having eained a weil-dpservc<l furlough after service in France, is Pte. T. L. Thomas, a St. Thomas boy, who in 1907 left Swansea fo< Australia. Acting us many others did on the out- break of war, he ft'hsted, and in April, 1915, was dispatched to Ga.Ilipoli with th< Australian Forces. Pte. Thomas fought in all the big engagements until the nnat evacuation, and can tell some thrilling stories of heroism w hich were enacted on the slopes of "Lone Pine," A"alkox' Ridge," etc. From the Dardanelles Pte, Thomas was transferred to England, anq hiter to France, where again he saw muct severe fighting. Before the Somnic battle commenced hit regiment was posted around the Ypret region, and afterwards he took part ic the battle which resulted in the capture of Pozieres. He was wounded in the pn. gagement of -Nloiiquet Farm, and was for the second time sent to the Homeland; and is now enjoying a well-earned rest with his grandmother, Mrs. ees. Hav. ing recovered from his wounds, Ptf Thomas returns to France on W edlesda" next.

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