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OUR TERMS. !

WELL-KNOWN AT MORRISTON.

SWANSEA SWEDE. !

DIED WHILST DANCING. I

NORTON'S AID FOR WOUNDED.…

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OUR HUGE VICTORY ,LOAN.

TEACHER'S CCMM!88iOM. I

FOR COWER 'TOMMtES.' I

I DID. HIS DUTY-PART!- : IALLY.

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CHART'ERING FOREIGN SH!P§.

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ON ST. DAV!D'S DAY. I

UNDER THE LOWER LLIW. !

MOTHERS' SOLE SUPPORT.i

HOME ON LEAVE.I

DEVELOPMENTS AT COPPER PIT.…

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J S!NGLE MEN FtRST. I f SWANSEA GUARDIANS EN- I I DORSE RESOLUTION. I MARRIED SOLDIERS' FAMILIES I ON PARISH. At Swansea, Guardians on Thursday, the I Clerk (Mr. 1,1. Jinking.) read a, resolution re- coved from the Hammersmith Board of ??a.)-oian8, (i?aUng w<th the position of mar- rjcd men mid military ?rvioe. It viewed with coaoem the action ci the recruiting auth()ritie in oalUng- t.p Married men with n\. H'spou8ibi1ities Rnd a ]i umber ot childrt-n. when -ingic- rutin were stiH. a,vail- able for servicp with t.h", oolonrs. They called the ktt,tention of the Government anr! uhf Ma.n-Pcwpr Committee to the matter, in tho hope that they would dea,l with it sa-tis- tactorily. ,fr. M. 1- Da-Md proposed tha.t the re-g-Ilu- t'on receive the hearty support of the Swan- sea Gua.rdia:is. a.nd cited a case, in which a ma.rried man with seven children wa.H cs.llcd tA) the colours, with the result that his wife wa,, compelled to() approach th Guardians i for relief. Mr. W. Owen seconded, a.nd said the Gor- einment should haYe re<)Iise<l it long ago. The expense t,, the country in calling up for service ma-rried men could have been con- siderably )-edrc<;d. he said. if the young- men were taken nr.-it- Personally, be did not like to drive anyone into the Army, but ,hen it y''a.-i JH(,Jf'5¡HY. the young men, who were single, should certainly go n.rst. It wa'J unanimously decided to aupport the resolution, and to send a c<Ypy to the local members of Parliament.

I "THE SRON K!NG." I

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I CORSEINON DEATHS. I

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MAMV MEN

CHEERING UP THE "TOMMtES,"

" LONE PINE" TO MOUQUET FARM.

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