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AMMANFORD.

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I LLANDILO. I

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LLANDOVERY. A number of wounded soldiers arrived at the Llandovery Red Cross Hospital during the week-end. The influenza epidemic is still raging in the district, and has exacted a heavy death roll during the week-end. Great sympathy is extended to Mr. Harry Jackson, Crown Mill, in the death of his daughter, Miss Lizzie Jackson, at the early age of 25 years. T he interment took place at Llansadwrn on Monday. Priv. Fred Roderick, who has been for many months a prisoner of war in Germany, has just arrived .in England. He is a son of Mrs. Roderick, Wheatsheaf Hotel, and has a brother serving on the Italian Front. We regret to record the death of Mr. Jack Lafferty, son of the late Sergt. Lafferty, who for many years was proprietor and licensee of the King's Arms Hotel, Llandovery. De- ceased had served with the Colours, and passed away in London, where he was in the employ of Barkers. The remains were conveyed by rail to Llandovery, where they were met by a large number of sympathisers. TI. Rev. D. Edmondes-Owen (vicar) and the Rev. W. W. Poole Hughes (warden of the College) officiated at the funeral.

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