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AMMANFORD. I

I . _ - BETTWS. I

I BRYNAMMAN.I

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I BRYNAMMAN. I The election passed off here in a most peaceful manner, although the bitternese of the parties forced itself to the surface in many and various ways during the evening. The poll was at no time of the day rushed. The voters recorded their marks as if their turns to visit the poll had been pre-arranged. Every- thing went off peacefully and smoothly as usual. News is coming to hand respecting our pri- soners of war. Priv. Willie Thomas has arrived home Arthur Lowe is at Newcastle- on-Tyne recuperating; and Lieut. D. Jones, Brynamman Road, is on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Williams, Ardwyn, have been notified that their son, Priv. Herbert Williams, who was an organist in London, is also proceeding homewards. The regrettable news has reached Mr. and Mrs. Evan Evans, Cwmteg Lane, after con- ducting prolonged and exhaustive inquiries, that their son, Priv. Tom Evans, has been killed in action. Priv. Evans had been miss- ing since April 10th. He was 30 years of age, and had been wounded once. This makes the thirty-fourth hero of the Brynamman 260 to fall in the awful fray.

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LLANDEBIE. I

LLANDILO.I

PENYGROES.

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