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TOWYN AND ABERDOVEY URBAN…

THE ELLIS MEMORIAL.

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VOLUNTEER NOTES.

THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES.

. E.,JR.

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E. ,J R. 5TH VOLUNTEER BATTALION THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. REGIMENTAL ORDERS By LIEUTENANT-COLONEL E. PRYCE-JONES, M.P., Commanding. Headquarters, Newtown, 11th January, 1902. SCHOOL OF MUSKETRY.—Classes of instruction for officers and N.C. officers will assemble at the School of Musketry, Hy the, during 1902 as foUowa — 2nd April to 23rd April, 13th June to 4th July, and 16th September to 7th October. The usual pay and allowances will be granted after passing the examination, and those subalterns who pass will be exempt from obtaining the Musketry Certificate on A.F.E. 506 necessary for a Proficiency Certificate as required by para. 89 Volunteer Regulations. Names to be sent to the Adjutant as soon as possi bJe. STRUCK OFF.—The following are struck off the strength of the Battalion :-D Co 709 Pte J Jones. E Co: 826 Cpl J Williams, 855 Pte H Tomkinson, 876 Pte D A Lees, 923 Pte T Allen, and 926 Pte T J Davies. F Co: 430 L-Cpl R Owen, 418 L-Cpl H Jones, 465 Pte R 0 Jones, 434 Pte J T Roberts and 782 Pte J A Price. By Order, C WALKER, Captain, Adjutant 5th V.B. South Wales Borderers. ♦ —

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