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ABERAVON AND RED CROSS. I

MELI NCRYTHAN GIRL'S SECONDI…

SHATTERED NERVES LEAD TOI…

TREATING THE SENTRY.

"A PROMPT RESPONSE." I -!

WOUNDED, BUT CHEERFUL. I

DUNVANT MEN WOUNDED. I

PORT TALBOT ALIEN FINED. I

I POULTRY FARM ON HOUSE TOP.

IABERAVON HOSPITAL. I

I'-.I- -I ABERAVON FLAG DAY.…

I-SKEWEN HERO'S HOplE-COMING.

I ABERAVON LEASEHOLD SOLD.

RISKED NINETY LIVES FOR AI…

rAN YSTRADGYNLAIS SUFFERER.I

IPLUCKY SWANSEA LADY.

1 A BAGLAN TRESPASS.

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I I DANISH FUNERAL SERVICE…

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

DANISH FUNERAL SERVICE FOR E 13 HEROES. Copenhagen, Wednesday.—On the occa- sion of the funeral service for the dead British sailors of the E13 every ship in the harbour to-day flew its flag at half- mast. The coffins of all the victims were covered with the British colours and masses of wreaths. Rear-admiral Lachariae, chief of the high personages invited to the service, among whom were Dr. Munch. Minister of National Defence, the Admiral in com- mand, the General in command, the Bri- tish. French. Russian, and Belgian Minis- ters. and all the officers of the Danish squadron here not ,on duty. There was a guard of honour of 200 sailors. All the interned British seamen were also pre- sent. At the close of the funeral service the coffins were borne from the hall in which it was held by Dutch sailors, the in- terned commander following immediately behind. Outside the hall a detachment of nava l men with a band headed the funeral cortege which passed down tho avenues lined with sailors to the steamer Vidar. As the coffiats were placed on board the band played.the hymn, Keaser, my God, to Thee." The Vidar flew, thf, Danish marine flasr on her after mast, and the- British naval ensign on the main, both Sa?s flying at half-mast. As soon as the conins and the piles of wreaths had been placed on board the steamer cast off, the band played the British National Anthem, and the sailors presented arms. The Vidar was escorted out of the harbour by the torpedo boats Stoeren and Springenen. The departure of the vessel was watched from the shore by great crowds of people, all standing with bared heads as the vessel passed.—Press Association War Special.

VANGUARD'S RUSH THROUGH I…

I VALUE OF CLOSING ORDER.…

IBOY PUSHED INTO RESERVOIR.…

WASTED JOURNEYS. I

FUNERAL OF MR. TOM WILLIAMS,I…

IWAUNWEN MAN WOUNDED.

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NEXT OF KIN.

PORTHCAWL REST CLOSED.

DIED AT THEIR GAMES.

EIGHT HOURS' ACT SUSPENSION,

KING'S IMPORTANT VISITORS.

GARNANT LADY WEDDED.

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