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TINPLAXE BONUS.i

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LATEST WAR NEWS i

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.I

MESOPOTAMIA ADVANCE. I

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MESOPOTAMIA ADVANCE. PRESS BUREAU, Wednesday. The Secretary of the War Offioe makes the following announcement:— After the action of November 20th, in which we estabMehted ourselves on the LJebel Ramrin Range on the left bank of the river bitula, the Turks continued to hold a position on the hills on the right bank of that river, north of Deli A?Z General M&rshaJI reports that this posi- tion was attacked on the morning of December 3rd by converging columns, one of which succesfully bridged the Diala near Kizil Robat. Th? enemy attempted to dej&y our ad- vance by flooding the area between the Nahvis and Daala rivers dose to their junction, but by the morning of Decem- ber 4th our troops had driven back the Turks and were in possession of the Sakal- tutaim Pass, through which the road from Deli Abbas leads to the north. A force of Russians, under the com- mand of Colonel Bicharakov, operated on our right flank and rendered assistance. One hundred and fifty prisoners and two field guns have been captured. Deli Abbae is 55 miles and Kizil Robat about 70 miles north-east of Bagdad. The Sakailtutan Paas runs through the Jebel Haamrin Hills from Deli Abbas to a point about 25 miles west of Khani- kin, on the Persian frontier.

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I ARMISTICE CANARD.

A WEEK'S PIRACY. I

WAR MUSEUM EXHIBITION.

I A FARTHING TOO MUCH! f

I POLICE PROMOTIONS. I

I SHIP WIHTOUT A PILOT. t

I ,,NEW J.P.'s.r

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WAR SUMMARY I

- -__-THE 1914 MINERS.I

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AIR RAID ON ENGLAND . -.-…

I __FIRE AT MANSELTON. I

SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST, I

I _HOW TO GET SUGAR.____I

I _AMMANFORD COUNCIL. )

THE C.O/S VOTE I

NEATH BUTTER RUSH. .j

WARNING TO OTHERS.;

IMPAIRED VITALITY.I

4I COAL CONTROL BILL. I

FAMOUS WELSH C.O. CASE. I…

-STEAM ROLLER S FALL._I

IMADAME GERARD. I

-LOST 2685 1 N- A YEAR. I

DRYMMA FIRE I

, DEATH SENTENCES. I

A COSTLY BREACH.I

FARMERS TO ORGANISE. r

TOOK NO FOOD ALL DAY. i

DRAPERY DRAMA'

A PEERAGE ROMANCE.-

SWANSEA NURSE WEDDED.

WELSH DOCKYARDS. - -

HOME WITHOUT FOOD.

SIX NEWSPAPER BOYS. .....…

I,-MUMBLES GUARD FINED.

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