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BRIDGEND POLICE COURT.

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I DOGGED MAN FROM BRYNMENYN.

CAERAU BUILDER'S MORTAR DEVICES.

PONTYCYMMER. I

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IGARW GLEANINGS

IOGMORE VALIAN'S FINE RECORD.

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I MAESTEG.

CAERAU.

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CAERAU. Three Soldier Brothers.—Of the three sons of Mr. David Bowen, 10 Margam Street, Caerau, late of Tylorstown, one has been killed and two are lying wounded in hospital. Corporal Rees- Bowen, Royal Field Artillery, was killed at Y pres on November 6th after two years' service in France. He enlisted in November, 1914, when employed as a haulier at Coegnant Col- liery. He was well known on the football field as the Maesteg wing three-quarter. His widow resides at 98 High Street, Nantyffyllon. Sergt.. Morgan Bowen, Welsh Regiment, enlisted three years ago at the age of 17. After two years in France he is now in hospital wounded in the forehead. Lance-Corporal Robert Bowen, of the same battalion of the Welsh Regiment, also enlisted three years ago when only 15 years of age. He has been wounded for the second time. Both brothers were formerly employed at the- Caerau Colliery.

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