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CRICKHOWELL 1 ItEMORlAi, SERVICE.âTne Rev. E. Rowland, pastor of Dauvcastell C.M. Church, Crickhowell, conducted a service on Sunday morning last to the memory of Mr. John Jones, bootmaker, whose death was annoanced in our last issue, and who for very many, years held the offices of deacon, precentor, and treasurer at Danvcastell. The rev. gentleman referred to Mr. Jones's long and faithful service, and said he was always a cheerful work r in the church. A man of fine Christian spirit, tie was calm in stress, yet firm to the principles waich his life (lid so much to advocate- A frieud of little children and young people, he would be much missed by his church and the community. Appropriate hymns were s-,ing. FROM SAT.OVICA.âPte. Jim Powell, S.W.B.. a keen and. popular Oddfellow, who has had a trying time iu hospital, has almost completely recovered, writes to our correspondent that he is looking foiward to rejoining his comrades. He refers in very high terms to the splendid way in which our men are equipped to fight the 1 weather and the Bulgars. Like so many men at arms, he firmly believes 19 iS will see the end of the war. 1'tt', Powell is not enamoured of the scenery near him. and said he would give a good deal to see his native place. IN* HOSPITAL. -Pte Willi" Powell, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. James Powell, Caned House, Llan- gattock, has undergone a second operation in a home hospital and is making as good progress as may be expected. Pte. Powell, who in civil life was an assistant at Messrs. Morgan & Evans was wounded some mouths ago in t le fighting on the Western front. His many friends wish him a rapid recovery. AL

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