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"' The War.


The War. 1 Staff-Sergeant J. Varley, R.F.A., 38 Pleasant View, Godreaman, came home from France on June 5th. He spent his leave at Huddersfield with his people. There his wife and family joined him. He has had some thrilling experience during his sixteen months in France. He returned to France on the 12th June. This is a photo of Stoker David Wil- liams, second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, 11 Penybryn Street, Gadlys, Aberdare. Stoker Williams is a sur- vivor of the Warrior, which went down in the North Sea battle. He received injuries to his leg and shoulders, and is at present lying in Queensferry Hospital, Scotland. We are pleased to learn that he is progressing. Prior to joining the Navy he was working as a collier at Nantmelyn Colliery. His brother, Private W. J. Williams, is with the Canadians at the front. —————————————— I A.B. Philip T. Griffiths, son of Mrs. Williams 39 Gladstone Street, Aber- wlio went down in H.M.8. De- fence in the great naval battle in the North Sea.

Military Medal for Codreaman…

Abercwmboi Man Terribly Wounded.

Cwmamanite Killed in Action.

A Letter from Malta.'

! A Patriotic Family.

Miskinite Wounded in France.

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I'Mountain Ash Education ICommittee.…

Labour and the Beckerlegge…

Had Joined the Colours.

Mr. Beckerlegge and Holiday…

'" Trecynon and Llwydceed…