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BRECONIAN IN EGYPT.

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BRECONIAN IN EGYPT. Wants to Meet Old Friends. We have received the following letter from a former resident of Brf con who is serving in the Australian Expeditionary Force:- To the Editor of the County Times. August 4th, 1915. Sir,-As an old Brecon boy I should be pleased to know of any of the boys who are stationed in Egypt. I paid a visit to No. 15 General Hospital and met Mr C Bown, of the R.A.M C He has only left the old land a few months, and it was a great pleasure to meet and talk with him of good old Brecon. During all my travels i" Australia I have never met Anyone frcm tLe old town, so it was a lovely treat to meet one so fresh from home. He gave me one of yonr papers, and I was eorry to read of some of my old school mates meeting their deaths at Aden but as your paper says, what better death could they desire than dy- ing for their king and country ? I don't know how long we shall be in Egypt, but I sball be very pleased if yon will pot my regiment in your paper, so that any of the Brecon boys may see. We may gfit in touch with one another at any time, and I shall be more than delighted to meet any of them. It is always a great treat to have one of yoor papers to read. Yonrs sincerely, W. E. HARDWICK, Sergt., D Co. 21st Batt., A. E. F., Heliopolis Camp, Egypt. P S.—I am writing this from Alexandria, where C. Bown is in hospital.

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