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I i"SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE."

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I "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE." It is with great regret that we have to announce the death of one of our young soldiers in Franca Pioneer Evan Llewelyn Evans, the only son of Mr and f Mrs R. Pugh Evans, Bridge Cottage, j Williams' Buildings, who had not quite reached his 21st year. The sad new,, was-first conveyed to the parents in the following kind and sympathetic letter from one of the Officers 10th Jcly, 1916. Dear Mrs Evan I have some dreadful news to break to you. Your son, Llewelyn, was accidentally killed this evening while cleaning his revolver. It has been a terrible blow to all the section, who were all fond of your son. He was a dear boy, and I can tell be must have been a most loving son. The news will be terrible for you, and I wish to offer you my deepest sympathy in this Re bad just been your great sorrow. He bad just been through two attacks, in which be showed himself a, brave and faithful soldier. 1 With my deepest sympathy, Yours most sincerely, RAYMOND TAYLOR. Con L-radic tory, reports frora* the War Office followed this, in which it was stated that he was only wounded, and that he had been discharged from hospital. ,Bat last Sunday morning a report* came frooi the sums office that the flt-st news was unfortunately correct All the town sympathise deeply with the parents in their sore bereavement nnd sad disappointment, especially after the more hopeful reports which had reached them. Evan Llewelyn was a young man of amiablo disposition, and a great favourite with all who knew him. He was a member of Siloam Congre- gational Church, andtonching reference was made to his death by the Pagtor at the evening service on Sunday. The father and mother have been deeply impressed by tbo expression of condolence from a large number of friends in the town, and they wish through this paper to convey to them their appreciation and thanks.

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