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Aber. Soldier's Death. A VICTIM OF INFLUENZA Mr. and Mrs H. Milman, Trefechan', received intimation from the War Office on Wednesday, that their only son Pte. Richard W. Milman had passed away from influenza at the 4th C.C. Station France. Private Milman was called up with the Caid gans at the beginning of the war, and though later as a time-expired aaan he might have claimed his discharge a the expire of his term of years, he rejoined the forces and bfld for the last three winters served with the A.S.C. Going through the fighti ng until the end he died form f'e effects of influenza, just as he was expected to have leave. He was a member at Tabernacle and a regular correspondent with the Rev R. J Rees. Much sympathy will be extendtd to his parents and only sister.

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