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I THURSDAY'S BRITISH OFFICIAL,

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.

THURSDAY'S ITALIAN OFFICIAL,

BEER-SHEBA TAKEN. ' I

..A WEEKS PIRACY.I

I U-BOAT -WAR. I

I NORWAY'S WARNING. I

HERTLING ACCEPTS.I[

-FATHER -OF -EIGHT. I

CWMAVON YOUTH'S DEATH. \

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ISUGAR SUPPLIES

AMMANFORD BUTTER. I -1

NEATH'S NEW MAYOR. I

I NOVEL PIT STRIKE

LLANDEBIE STRIKE. I

..COPPER PIT DISPUTE.Î

! STATE CONTROL. -I

DIVORCE RESCINDED. I

CAPTAIN BOSTOCK. I

A PATRIOTIC YOUNG SWANSEAITE.

I 30 RAIDERS

ENGLISH REPRICSALS.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
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ENGLISH REPRICSALS. PRESS BUREAU, Thursday. The Admiralty announces:— During October 31st a bombing raid was carried out by our naval aircraft on Stara- ppelhoek Aerodrome. Targets were par- tially obscured by clouds, making results difficult to observe. Many offensive patrols have been carried out, in which one hostile machine was shot down out of control. All our machines returned safely. < STEEL WORKS AND TRAIN HIT. General Headquarters, France, Wednes- day, 9-29 p.m.-On the 30th inst. a strong gele, with driving rain, prevented much flying being done, though our aeroplanes co-operated with the attacking troops on the battlefront throughout the greater part of the day and accomplished much successful artillery work. After midnight, when the wea/fcher eud- denly cleared up, bombing wquadron* dropped two tons of explosives on Roulem and Ingelmunster stations, as well as on, moving trains and hostile billets. One German machine was brought down in combat, tod one of our machines i8 missing. Following on those of the night of the 29th-30th inet. and of yesterday morning, another raid into Germany W88 carried out by our machines laet nieht. On this occasion the steel works and station of Volklingen were attacked with excellent results. Direct hits were ob- served on the furnaces and power houboa and on a train. The weather, which was brilliantly Mm during the early part of the raid, turned later to rain and snow. In spite of all this our raiding machines returned safely except one. Volklingen is on the Saar, five Miles west of Saarbrucken.

TRAGEDY OF WORRY.'

PONTARDAWE ACCIDENT.

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