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ATTACK ON YSTALYFEK* i OFFICER.I

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CRYNANT.

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PONTARDAWE WORKMAN DIES AT…

AMMANFORD POLICE COURT.I

ANZAC SUCCUMBS AT SWANSEA.…

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WELSH TROOPS COMFORTS.I

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WELSH CLASSES IN GERMANY.I

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SWANSEA AIRMAN.

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SWANSEA AIRMAN. YOUNG CEFICER VICTIM OF A FOKKER. Second-lieu tenant R. B. Jenkins, of the South Wales Borderers and Royal Flying Corps, who was officially reported ou Tuesday ad having died of wounds, was- the only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Jen- kins, of La-ngland Bay, near Swansea. Lieutenant Jenkins, who was only nine- teen years of age, was home a month, ago. Apparently he was shot whilst :n the air. The gallant officer was, it is reported, returning from raiding a German depot, when he was attacked by a Fokker. lie made a dash for his own lin.e.s. which he susoessfully accomplished, making a per- f ect la-Tid' n I fect landing. His machine, however, was struck in every part but the engine. Lieutenant Jenkins im fortunately, also- reeeived wfva.fc -was at first thougfrt to be a glancing flesh wound—a graze due to a glancing blow on the side of the Mad- which it was generally concluded would be cured after two or thite. davs' atten- tion in hospital. Unhappily, collapse set in, and, after benng operated upon at 5.30 the same day. the 17th inst.. he pass-rd peacefully away in his sleep shortly after seven o'clock.

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