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NEW POLICE" SUPER." I

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"T" -J MANSION AND VICARAGE.…

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JERUSALEM I ———-II!> I

MILK STRIKE.I

.-I ZEPP DESTROYED. i

NO GRAVE FOR FUNERAL. i

I -AMMANFORD MILK. j

..GERMAN BOAST. !

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WELSH CENTENARIAN. ]

CLYDACH AIRMAN. I

NEW VOTE OF CREDIT.

COAL CONTROLLER. I

TRIBUNAL -DIALOGUE

! SWANSEA BUTTER FINE.

REFUSED TO MARRY.'

WAR IN RUSSIA.j

TURKEY TIRED. I

ITALY'S FIERCE STAND. !

FAMOUS HUN AIRMAN.

A WEE-IRACY. I

HAIG AND -THE SAMMIES. I

CUBA IN THE WAR. I

THE LOST POSITION. -T

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THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.__I

-BRUGES DOCK AGAIN.-I

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WAR SUMMARY | FRIDAY. Enemy artillery Las shown increased activity on both banks of the River Scarpe. During last night infantry action on the Cambrai front was confined to patrol encounters, in which we secured some prisoners. The German delegates have declined to disc ops with Russia the proposed armis- tice on all fronts. They agree to an ar- mistice of 28 days, beginning on Dec- 10. Speaking of Lord Lansdowne's letter M. Clemenceau eays he is convinced that the writer made a mistake. What I want to do," says Clemenceau, "is to guarantee peace." SATURDAY. The Austrians are said to be releasing Russian prisoners. It is reported that they are furnishing them with funds and clothes and an abundance of paci- fi-st literature. A Petrograd telegram received in Paris states that Kaledin'6 Cossacks have been engaged in action with the Maxim- I alist garrison of Rostal. The Germans have warned Russian avia- tors distributing Maximalist proclama- tions that they will be shot if they are taken prisoners. Our line hat been improved north of Vacquerie.. Enemy artillery wafc active during the night in the neighbourhood of Fles- quieres and to the north of Menin Road. MONDAY. A lull has set in on the Cambrai front. Patrol encounters only took place over the week-end. Hostile raids near La Ba&see and Klein- zillebeke failed. British and French soldiers are now hold- ing positions in the Italian line. A areat Allied raid was carried out in occupied Italy by 150 aeroplanes. Russians again assisted in a successful operation in Mesopotamia. Some 227 prisoners were taken. The U.S. destroyer Jacob Jones has been torpedoed. Kaledin is at the head of a new revolu- tionary movement, aimed at the Bol- shevists, in Russia. TUESDAY. Our naval airensft ha vef carried out im- portant patrols and have routed 14 enemy 'planes. During a bombing raid made by the R.N. AS- on Varssenaere Aerodrome direct hits were reported, and bombs were observed to drop close to and along the eheds of the aerodrome. General Allenby passes into Jerusalem to-day, and a proclamation is being made to the people. A Spanish 6teamea: belonging to Bilbao lifts been fired on by a submarine off Cape Finnieterre. Crippled though she was she limped into port. There has been unusual artillery and ftfcriel activity on the British front, particularly in the sector south of the River Scarpe and north of the River Lys. The Germans apear to be on the verge of making a supreme effort. WEDNESDAY. Everything points tQ the intention of the Germans to launch a terrific blow against the Allies, counting for eucces6 on the reinforcements brought from the Russian front. Rumania has signed an Armistice with the enemy, ItoattJjtties being suspended at 10.20 pA tJat 9th until further notice The Portuguese President war, arrested at the Presidential Palace on Wednesday morning. A Tientsin message states that serious disturbances have occurred at Harbin between the extremist pro-Germans and the Allied nationals. I Troops were tele- graphed for to protect the Allied nationals. An Austrian battleship has been torpe- doed and sunk in Trieste. British troops carried out a successful r4id last night in the neighbourhood of Pontruct, north-west of St. Quentin. THURSDAY. Two attacks were made by the enemy at dawn yesterday in the neighbourhood of Bullecourt, after heavy artillery pre- paration. Both were repulsed with heavy losses. Shortly afterwards another attack vas made, parties of the enemy penetrating our obliterated tranches on the apex of the angle in our line. A few Germans who reached our trenches were killed or taken prisoners. A hostile raiding party has been repulsed by us south-west of La Bassee. The Government have promised an in- quiry into rumours concerning the operations in the Cambrai district. The Admiralty announces another raid by our Naval airmen on Bruges Dock. One of our machines is missing. Korniloff has gained a victory over the Bolshevists. I

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HALIFAX HORROR.I

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FATHER AND SOtl !

MESSAGE FROM A "TANK."I

BURGLEDTN INN. "I

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DEATH OF MR. H. STONE.i

DEATH OF MISS OLIVE HOWELLS.1,

SWANSEA BUTTER FINES.

SKEWEN ATHLETE'S DEATH.

I NO CHOIR SUPPERS.

MORRISTON SPORTSMAN'S DEATH.