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I THURSDAY'S BRITISH OFFICIAL,

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.

THURSDAY'S ITALIAN OFFICIAL,

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THURSDAY'S ITALIAN OFFICIAL, Eluding the plan of the enemy by the rapidity and promptly-decided movements nnd by the brave resistance of the cover- ing units which have detained his ad- vance, our troops have effected thedr with- drawal on the Tagliamsnto, despite the extremely difficult conditions. The Third Army is nearly complete; a beaAitiful example of strength and unity-as are the second covering divisions, especially the heroic regiments of Genova and Navara. Aviators have to be mentioned, to the ad- miration and gratitude of the country. I/ast night enemy aeroplanes brutally bombed several undefended towns far from the lines of communication. A few casualties were caused amongst the civ ilian population. THURSDAY'S GERMAN OFFICIAL. Thursday's German official eaid that the Italians were outflanked and out off by the German thrust near Laiisana. Sixty thousand of them laid down their aim, and 700 guns fell into German hands. The total number of prisoners claimed is now 150,000 men with 1,500 guDÐ. A HOPEFUL MESSAGE. LONDON, Thursday. My. Lloyd George, in replying to the new Italian Premier's message, says:— "It is a source of the greatest satisfaction to receive a message so full of staunch courage and calm He adds that de- spite this reverse Italian troops will prove that the ardour of their nation will be more powerful than the vaunted might of their auto- cratic foe. He believed with Senor Orlando that the blow will unite the Italian people in defence-of their nation, native land, and the com- mon cause of civilisation. He re- joices that the friendship of the Italian and British people is about to be cemented by the co-operation of their armies, together with the gallant soldiers of France, on the same battle front. He is confident that Italy will not only stem the, G, rman ttde, but in due course will roll itiback. 4tJo

BEER-SHEBA TAKEN. ' I

..A WEEKS PIRACY.I

I U-BOAT -WAR. I

I NORWAY'S WARNING. I

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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DIVORCE RESCINDED.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."

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