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SWANSEA HOUSEWIVES' .COAL.

POPULAR AT WAUNWEN. I

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IFOR VICTORY.

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AT NEATH GUARDIANS. I

RAID IN THE SNOW, I .

!THE DAILY -TOLL._I

SEED POTATOES CHEAP.I

I SWANSEA VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL.

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RUMANIA 1

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IF THEY CAN BE OBTAINED.,

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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.

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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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!BRITISH TROOP' TRAIN WRECKED.

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BRITISH TROOP TRAIN WRECKED. TAIL PART RUNS*INTO FRONT. SOME 40 CASUALTIES NEAR I PARIS. (Press Association War Special). PARIS. Wednesday. Detaiis of the railway accident which occurred this morning outside the station of Ma-sy Palais-wm are now to hand. A train conveying British troops on leave, coming from Versailles and bound for Juvif-y. was cut in two by the breaking of a coupling. The driver did not notice the separation, and slowed down in a curve a few hundred yards from the station. The tail portion, owing to the speed which it had acquired before it became detached, ran into the fore part of the train, the coaches mounting upon one another. With the help of soldiers who had escaped I injury tlvft work of rescue was begani, and ten dead budies and about. thirty injured persons were extricated from the wreckage. M. Claveille, Under-Secretary ior War Manufactures, and M. Autran, the Pre- fect, proceeded immediately to 1,hu scene. Txo eG:.ch*s k" ffered vvirt'cnlcrly, being nothi., r hut a. sbapolet-s mars.

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STRESS OF THEI BLOCKADE.

CAPTAIN .W. T. DAVIES AND…

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