Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

25 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

THE MINERS' POLICY.

IMR. ASQUITH'S PLEDGE TO LABOUR.

!-I I CAPTAIN WATTS MORGAN'S…

MARGARINE EXPERIMENT, j -I

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DIGGING GRAVE OF THE HUN FAITH.

THE 'TALL HAT. I -I

I THE COMPULSION BILL. I

DRYN COLLIERY STOPPAGE j ....-.I

TTr*; BR-ISTOL CONFERENCE…

—————. ) COLLIERY CRAFTSMEN.…

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MERTHYR M.P. AND THE CHAIR-

TIDAL WAVE ON THE I BROADS.…

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

TIDAL WAVE ON THE I BROADS. I TONS OF FRESH WATER FISH DESTROYED. One curious result of the recent ¡ great north-westerly gale on the Nor- folk Broads was the harvest of dead fish. The high tide which swept with such force into the Broads (says the "Eastern Daily Press") changed the colour of the water to a muddy greyish green. "It was. in fact, as salt as if it had been taken out of the estuary j at Yarmouth, nearly 20 miles distant. The effect was that tons of freshwater | fish were destroyed in the Bure and the Thurne, including pike up to 6 or 7 pounds, perch, tench, roach, and bream. These were floating on the water in such quantity that the villagers put out in boats and returned with food by the bushel for the fowls and the pigs. "Golden plover has been seen in un- usual numbers for January, as well as a lot of 'stints,' and a few nights ago a snipe was heard drumming. On several mornings lately during the spell of mild weather the thrush and the blackbird have been in full song."

MR WILL CROOKS'S cC400. I

SUNDAY CUSTOMERS SUMMONED.

t i: PREMIER RECEIVES THE…

GREATEST AIR RAID I

STARRING (tFTINPLATER-SI

WHEN MR. G. BARKER WAS A___I…

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HOW NATURE NURSES THE WOUNDED.

LABOUR PARTY S STRENGTH.

SUNDAY CHARITY CONCERTS AT…

SCHOOL MEDICAL TEST.