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CRICKHOWELL. Ox Ll-*IAN-I- -;erl"t. C. F. Leonard and Privates W. Batty, Eddie Da vies and J. Alorgaul- of the 2nd Brecknocks, have been home a few days on leave. I'ERSOXAI,.âLieut. John Cole Hamilton, R.N., brother of the Rector of Llangattock, the Rev. R. Cole Hamilton, has been home for a few days on leave. His ship is somewhere in the North Sea. He has three brothers in the Army and Navy. ALI, WELT, AT ADFN-T,etters have been received from Private Donald Williams and others in the" C Company, 1st Brecknocks, reporting all well at Aden. The men. refer to the hot climate, and say there is little need for clothes. DISTRICT Couxcir, AND GUARDIANS' UNCTION. -âMr. Henry Thomas, Gilfach, Crickhowell. has been returned unopposed Guardian and District Councillor for Crickhowell in the room of the late Major J. J. Watkins, vice-chairman of the Crickhowell Board of Guardians. Mr. E. Pirie Gordon, Gwernvale, was also nominated, but withdrew. The Rev. W. Arvon Davies, Rector of Cwmdu, has been elected Guardian and District Councillor for Cwmdu parish in the place of Major the Hon. W. Bailey, resigned. Major Bailey, who is a brother of Lord Glanusk, is second in command of the Welch Horse. RFCRI-ITI,A nui-I)er of recruits from the district have joined the forces within the last weekâMr. Percy Dewson to the Royal Garrison Artillery, and Messrs. F. Beynon and Wilde to the 2nd Brecknocks, now at Neyland and Mil- ford Haven. LETTERS FROM THE FRONT.âA bright and heery letter has been received bv Mr. R. H. A. Davies, solicitor, Crickhowell, from his son Mr. 'V. A. Davies, serving in the H.A.C. in France. "They are fighting under bad weather conditions, although the present lot of trenches are better than those formerly occupied by the H.A.C. Pte. Fred Lewis, of the 1st S.W.B., sou of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Bridge-street, Crickhowell, is again in hospital, this time with a sprain. Pte. Lewis lias been twice wounded. He writes home to say that he has not received a single parcel from home, although he understand s a number have been sent by relatives and friends. â >

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ODDFELLOWS AT CRICKHOWELL.…

I THE MILITARY SITUATION.…

I j Abergavenny Stock Market.

; Amateur Dramatic Performance

Mr. and Mrs. Vyvian Thomas,I

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