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BRECON. .

LLANWRTYD OWELL S.

--BRECONSHIRE WAR ITEMS.

CRIGKHOWELL.

LLANGENNY.

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LLANGENNY. War Notes.—Much sympathy k felt in the parishi for Mr and Mrs George Pocock, on the official news received by them that their son, Leading Signaller Arley Pocock, R.N., has been reported missing," as the result of-his ship having been torpedoed. Naturally the worst fears are entertained, as the chances of being a prisoner in such circumstances are very remote. Arley," as he was always popularly called. was an exceedingly nice lad. He looked a typical Jack Tar, was fond of his occupation, and had every promise of a successful career in the Navy. The roll of honour for the parish, showing tlÍe number on active service, contains the names of 62 men, which is a very creditable record, Three have been killed,

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I LLANGAMMARCH WILLS.'

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GARTH.

Farm Hands for Army.

-1 Generous Donation to thfl.…

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