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DEYYNNOCK. WAR ITEMS—News has been received by Mr Howtl Price, Cbnrcb Street, Devynnock, that ii- broiler, Laiace-corporal 13036 William Powell Pdcp, bad been killed in action ia the Dardanelles. The deceased belonged to the 4 h Batt. S.W B., which he joined at the com- tarncL-rnt nt of the war in Augast last year. Hs was 27 years of age, and was the yoaugest; wii cf ti « la'H Mr and Mrs Howei Prio', Liau- yuatyphiliiu Farm, Devynuaok. 0.:10 ot his bwlji'rti, Mr Morgan Price, stilt lives at the old bouse, while auosber, Q carter-Master S-rgeanfe Brjchau Price, is serving with tbo Gloucester regimens in Fr ::1< The 8 CFI oeWR was fcfjnti to bia brother I by CASK. C. E. K tc^i ■ a, com. C Co., 4b Bait., S.W.B, who wrote coder da e August 21s5, as 6 h with great regret; thrii I .-A-riLL- to i..fc)r,n yoit that jour brother, LarQj-cor- I jjui'tti 13086 W Price, was id-md in action ou August 96b. On tbai day, the Border*r« wera boldiog fen exposed position ou the fl iuk and •A-tre attacked by the! Tutko nt dayoreak. 0 C ioptmy toel-J that portion ot the. line which ih: tried to p»iiet'a*re aud were success- ful tot only in prevebUu^ tilü Turks from bus tdso ia tiiiving hack by tuusujj of a coupl-j of cliaryea. Is way be SOUJU C;>HC lation to yoa to know that Wu r^ctivtsd a telegram of congratuUtucn frota Sir I Itl Him- ihnn alter tha eagagtm-. nt, go thai yow: brother did not givo bid life in viir,. I may say that he wan wry popular both with of and rueo, ami bus for Lilli (bath, Ytonld have bsfco very shortly promote.i. Tfic 4 b Bcitt. b,a, been through hard bnd auxions times, b,);; we h9", I am glad to maiutaiasd the proud tfaditiouH of the old 24 b. Please accept out (r5>.»c-ere*t Hyajp»Ujj? iu yuar loss." Another | yonet; soldier froiu this vil'ia^o who baa been woutided in the Dirdastelieii M S-.rgt. Hamlet, son of Me Hamlet, uf Bridge Street Kioato;), and r) phew of Air David PArry. I., iloout View, Davyuucck. Ha heljuged to tbe Herefords and was CtlH ot tbe first of them to fall. Ha was severely wounded in tbe lefs arm and has had thts iimb amputated. He was also woaudea in Uie. leg. During his sojourn here It Devyn- nock, be was « hilhïnl member of the Churcb Sucday School and took an active part in the riDgiuy uf the cher.cb beltw. Recently big faiber rece-ivrd a letter from tbe Dean of Hereford, who ban been vi-dtiog wcuuded (•oldiers of tlrj Herefords at Malta, sayiog that be was at tbe Tigue Hospital, on Aug. 26th, And saw Sergt. Hamlet tbere, and that hi- seemed cbeerlol and was going on all right. He wa1* well cared for and was pleased to see him asd g'ud r.vh- a he toii t:im that be would ÇJrlte to his parents all about him." Private Wiiiiam DavieR, of tlii Brecknock TVrriioml Force, urrived boms lait Wfjt, baviug been mvaiiatu from Aden. He b;»s bboo ill there, baviug soffered greatly from maiariiil ftVdr, hut is now much better. Prior to coming home, he bad a short rest, after his arrival in Eng. land, at Olac'.un ou-S^-a, wbiob sseais to have j benefited him materially. He'bas been visited, by many of his old schoolfellow-j and frieudti, who arc very glad to nee bim ouce more v amongst tbem.

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