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_DUT DENBIGH.

DEXBIGHfTES IX FRANCE.

OUR L0 3AL WOUNDED flpRoZg,

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OUR L0 3AL WOUNDED flpRoZg, To Ih9 Elitor of tha FUEl: Press Sit,-As a IJoldl r who bai beca out to the front and a native of Denbigh. I am sorry to eee the way in which some Dsnbigh lada are nejl iotea when ther cone hums cisabled and discharged. I am aware that a ccava eecent home fcr wounded soldiers is situatjd at Ystrad I«rf and every attention U given to the ToajaalQ, eomine there. This no (I inbt Is a work of love, bat why should njt oar iocal inhabitants consider first, the wounded and discharged men of their own native town, I have been told that soldiers have been treated for severe woands: and have gained the use of their limbs through electric treatment at this convalescent home while there h a local lad who has practioally i08t the n,o o hU right hand. WftaJ hH become of the Local Foods that this soldier should not receive the same treatment as tnoee In th* convalescent home. II it not the duty of those in authority here to first of all, consider and help their own local men who have foagbt for them at the- front.âYoura truly, A SOLDIER.

- WALES AND THE WAR,

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