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^FRANCE AND LLOYD GEORGE

¡RAI LWA Y MAGNATE'S DEATH…

: BABE'S SHOCKING DEATH r

THE NEW OFFENSIVE.__I

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-THE -COUNTRY'S -HEALTH. I

BROTHERS DROWNED.

CORONER IDLE. !

KORN ILQFF SHOT. i

MAKING FOR SWANSEA

TWO WELSH V.C's.

BANDSMAN'S EXPLOIT.i

LABOUR'S CHOICE..

PACIFIST LEAFLETS.I

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PACIFIST LEAFLETS. There will be a sequel at the Guildhall Police-court to-day (fhurbday) to a prose- cution at Westminster on April 18, when the magistrate, pending proceedings against the Friends' Service Committee, adjourned summonses against Miss Gert- rude Stewart and Mrs. Sime SpruJa Wil- liams for having distributed leaflets en- titled, A Challenge to Militarism," and which had not been submitted to the Press Bureau, outside the Labour conference at the Central-hall on Feb. 28. Mr. Harrison-Ear row, acting chairman of the Friends* Service Committee, Miss Edith M. Ellis, acting hon. secretary, and Arthur Watts, another member of the committee, will to-day answer sum- monses alleging that they incited and procured Andrew jTleming to vrinttlw leaflet, t.f.Ü t! at May 1. when the offices at Devonshire-street, E.C., were raided, they badeopks of the leaflet m their possession. Mrs. Sime Seruya Williams is the wife of Mr. Robert Williams, formerly of Swansea, the well-known secretary of the National Transport Workers' Federa- ticn.

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J—? C?r Men WatGhr.g a?d V/aiting.…

? PROGRESS IN -ALBANIA. ]

COLOGNE CASUALTIES.

SWANSEA BAKER'S APPEAL. i

NEW GiANT GOTHAS. !

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HAD RUSSIA HELD FIRMI

ISECRETARY OF THE N.U.J.

THE MONTH'S LOSSES. r

LATEST LOCAL CASUALTIES.

PETTY THEFTS.!

I BRAVERY REWARDED. -I

CHILD IN THF TUBE.

THEFT OF COAL.

RECTOR OF NEATH.

DROWNED AT LANGLAND.

BURIED IN ENGLAND 'I

I HOME RULE

SEVEN BROUGHT DOWN

I PARIS TWICE ATTACKED, i

BABY !N MEATH CANAL.

 PLOT A&AINST ITALY.

- -IA __GAME OF BANKER.!

I COLLIERS STAY AWAY.

FORTHCOMINr WEDDING.

TOWN TALK. I-

I HOME RULE