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INTO HUNS' SECOND LINE., ..........-'.j

SWANSEA HOUSEWIVES' .COAL.

POPULAR AT WAUNWEN. I

WEST -WALES CALLS. __-_____I

NAVAL

IFOR VICTORY.

IHIS FATHER'S BIBLE ON HIM.,

POTASH " AND CO. IN NEW ROLE…

AT NEATH GUARDIANS. I

RAID IN THE SNOW, I .

!THE DAILY -TOLL._I

SEED POTATOES CHEAP.I

I SWANSEA VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL.

rLAST WEEKS OF " ROBINSONI…

---------ICURRENT FISH PRICES.J

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RUMANIA 1

"EXCELLENT BOYS."I

IF THEY CAN BE OBTAINED.,

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! GREECE.I I-

ASKING FOR TROUBLE! <-I -

SWANSEA TEACHERS' BONUS.-,"

I I BROTHERS WHO COT MORE.

I SWANSEA A.B. ON SEN MY CHREE.

I FONTARDULAiS PARS..

I •1 IFREDDIE WELSH REPORTED…

I LLANELLY CHILDREN'S SLIDE.

SWANSEA ALDERMAN.

GERMANY MUST BE ch mm.

SWANSEA SAVINGS BOOM. !

LLANSAMLET'S LOTS. I

I BANK RATE DROPS. I

I A FIGHTING FAMILY. j

I SWANSEA MAN'S PROMOTION.

IMENTIONED IN DISPATCHES.I

I _NO SHORTAGE OF MATCHES.I

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I NO SHORTAGE OF MATCHES. I there is no shortage, ot matches, and ib,c-y should not cost more than 7d. to 3d. per dozen boxes, remarked Mr. E. W Paton, the managing director of Messrs. Bryiamt and May, to a representative, who on Tuesday drew his attention to tlie pre vailing lugh price of matches, which before the wax could bo obtained for 2i-d. r.&i dozen. It is not. the shortage of sup- plies," he said. "but the difficulty of dis tribution. and even that cannot be said t. be acute. The only scarcity prevailing it in the supply of safety matches, wnich largely f?om abroad; but the home ;ppisaulte adequate for all eeds," ,r#

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!BRITISH TROOP' TRAIN WRECKED.

I "WOMEN'S ARMY" I

I S""ANSEAPIGGERy.11

STRESS OF THEI BLOCKADE.

CAPTAIN .W. T. DAVIES AND…

ACCIDENTS AT MOND -WORKS.…

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