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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

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

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I NOVEL PIT STRIKE SOUTH WALES FIREMEN THIS TIME 1 (By Our Mining Correspondent.) For the first time in the history of the South Wales coalfield, thousands of I miners are idle owing to a strike of colliery officials. I ien belsaging to the Colliery Exam- Association—they are known- as ri romen who go round the workings to examine the condition of things under- ground before colliers and others are permitted to begin operations (as required by the Mines' Regulation Acts)—have for some time been negotiating with the coalowners for better wages and certain improvements in conditions, and, having rejected the last offer made by the em- ployers, they struck work on Wednesday night, Consequently, wherever* the strike is on, tile colliers and all other under- ground workmen are unable to work. It is estimated that about one-half the firemen throughout South. Wales are out- side that orgaiiisation. The position in the Amman Valley is as followc, --Anamfinford 500 men; j Pantyffynon, 300; Gwaun cae-Gurwen, 1,400; Gelliceidryn, and others in the Amman and surrounding valleyer In the Swansea Valley the following pits are idle: Pwllbach, Tirbach, Gilwen, Tarenni, and Gleision. In the Neath and Afan Valley areas the pits idle on account of the dispute are as follows (the figures in parenthesis in- dicating the number of men affected:— Aberpergwm (.600), Empire, Glyn-Neath (300), Main, Skewen, Nor,. 1 and 6 pits (550), Glyncorrwg, Blaengwynfi (550), Glyn, Cymmer 085), Corrwgvale, Aber- crugan (199), Dulfryn Rhondda, Cymmer (900), Glyncorrwg (460), Nantowlawleth Glyncorrwg (250), Seven Sisters (190), North Rhondda, Glyncorrwg (130), Blaen- corrwg, Glyncorrwg (80). 1 There are only three collieries working in the Afon Valley district, viz.: Cribbwr Fawr (Pyle), Blkenavon (Cym- mer), and%the Ocean (Blaengwynfi). — — —

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DIVORCE RESCINDED.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."

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