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NEW TREDEGAR. I KILLED IN ACTION -Information I has been received that Private Aqeu- rin George Watkins, South W?les?. Borderers, was billed in action in Mesopotamia on April 30. Twenty years of age, he was the son of Mr and Mrs R. J. Watkins; of 12, Queen's Road, Cwmsyfiog, New Tredegar. When he enlisted in 1914 soon after the outbreak of war he was employed as a. shackler at the West Elliot Pit of the Powell Duffryn Company, where his father also now works. He had spent his last three birthdays in the East. < OBITUARY.—We much regret to announce the death of Mr. Arthur Williams vThe Bungalow), who for many years occupied a lesponsible position under the Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company, who passed away on Thursday alter a long illness patiently borne. General sympathy will be expressed with the widow and seven children in their heavy trial. Amid every manifes- tation of sorrow, the funeral took place on Tuesday, the remains being laid to rest at the Cefn Goleu Ceme- tery. The Rev. Gomer Davies, of the English Congregational Church, officiated, and the principal mourn- ers were:—Mrs. Williams and her children, Mr. J. Jones ,brother-in- law), Rev. R. H. Samuel nephew), Messrs. Tom Davies Abercarn), Willie, John, and Fred Davies (Tredegar), Mr. Tom Davies knanty- bwch), and Mr. J. Phillips (Monk- house) — 8

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I FUN AND FANCY. I..

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