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NEATH ABBEY. On Tuesday evening, Mr. Wm. Piekerell presided o\'or a crowded eoldiere' recep- fion meeting, at Ebenezer Chapel Vestry, Neath Abbey. Privates Fred Hearn, of the South Lancashire Segt., and Frank Francis, of tho 8th Welsh Rgt. (both home from France), and A. Howell Prout, of the 3rd Welsh (frost-bitten from Gal- lipoli) were the heroes welcomed. The present,at;?n& on behalf of the local recep- tion oommittc were made by Mr. Henry Raaeon, the three rocipie?ts m1tahl'y re- sponding. The lv. J. Ev&ns Jone? a?eo spoke, and proposed that the heartiest ceagT?hiIahon? of the meeting 00 sent to Company-Sergeant-Majore D. J. Cossev and E. Gallop on their being" mentioned in dispatches." This was seconded by Mr. John John, and carried with cnthuttiasm. Solos were rendered bv Messrs. Rich. Evana and W. J. Evana, and Masters Lewis and Joseph W. Jones; r-ecifciUona by Miss .Lizai* Heavens (oor, posed by her- self), and Mr. Tom Johns. The Neath Abbey Children's Choir (conductor, Mr. Rich. Evans) also rendered Comrades in Arms with fine effect. Messrs. Ben Polev and D1. 1. John shared tho honours as accompamsibs. It may be added that tho home-coming of Pte. Prout was particularly ead. A woe-k previous to lea.ving for tho fro-rit he was married, while just a. month bflfore his return home invalided, his young wife died, in child-birth, the baby sur- viving. The meeting closed with the National Anthem.

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