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Wounded Soldier's Thanks.


Wounded Soldier's Thanks. Corporal T. Adam son, R.F.A., de- sires to thank the Matron and Stair oi the Aberdare Red Cross Hospital and the people of Aberdare generally tor their kindness to him during his stay at the Hospital. The Late Sergt. D. J. Williams. On Sunday evening last a memorial service was held at Siloa Church, Aberdare in respect of the late Sergt. D. J. Williams, 5 John Street, who met his death at the battle of Gaza, the parents being notified on April 23. The tlic, D. Silvii Evans, officiated, and in the course of his ser- mon from John 13, 7, paid a glowing tribute to. the sterling qualities of the deceased young soldier. He was one of the promising young men of Siloa, and his career had been cut short. His parents and relatives would find com- fort and solace in the words of the Saviour as quoted in the text. At the close of an impressive servieejtl^e organ- i, Mr. W. J. Evans played the "Dead March" from "Saul," the large con- gregation standing. This is a photo of Private Benjamin ¡ Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker, of 5 Front Long Row, Aber- nant. Private Parker is attached to the Welsh Guards. He was wounded last .lanuary, and is now in hospital at Eastbourne. He has a brother, Private 1111iiiii who is in France. He is attached to the P.F.A.

In German East Africa.j

Th War,

Aberdare Solicitor Receives…

Driver johnny Davies.

Promotion for Trecynonite.

On Leave.

i, Aberdare Bank Clerk Fallen.!

Wounded and Missing. j


Aberdare Tribunal.