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I THURSDAY'S BRITISH OFFICIAL,

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.

THURSDAY'S ITALIAN OFFICIAL,

BEER-SHEBA TAKEN. ' I

..A WEEKS PIRACY.I

I U-BOAT -WAR. I

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I U-BOAT WAR. I Sir A. Geddejs, making his statement on Admiralty policy, said work was growing to such an extent that it would be neces- sary to appoint an additional Civil Lord. As to the tonnage of ships lost, it would be impossible to find a form that would not give informatiop. to the enemy. Since the war began 40 to 50 per cent. of the U-boate had been sunk. During the last quarter the enemy lost as many as in the whole of 1916- Our October losses were elightly worse than September. The net lose was 500,000 tons. U-boats were being e-unk to aa increas- ing exteait, but building was faster. Ger- many had done less damage than she had hoped. Fifty per cent, of Germany's mer- chant shipping had been sunk. He saw no signs of a short, war. Four new national shipbuilding yards had been decided on. Our programme was greater than ever. As to the Scandinavian convoy loss, the wireless installation on the escort was destroyed. The only message received was from the eurvivoirs.

I NORWAY'S WARNING. I

HERTLING ACCEPTS.I[

-FATHER -OF -EIGHT. I

CWMAVON YOUTH'S DEATH. \

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I.WAR SUMMARY :

ISUGAR SUPPLIES

AMMANFORD BUTTER. I -1

NEATH'S NEW MAYOR. I

I NOVEL PIT STRIKE

LLANDEBIE STRIKE. I

..COPPER PIT DISPUTE.Î

! STATE CONTROL. -I

DIVORCE RESCINDED. I

CAPTAIN BOSTOCK. I

A PATRIOTIC YOUNG SWANSEAITE.

I 30 RAIDERS

ENGLISH REPRICSALS.

TRAGEDY OF WORRY.'

PONTARDAWE ACCIDENT.

« IT CAN T BE DONE."

I.WAR SUMMARY :