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BARGOED LITTLE WHITEI RIBBONERS.

BARGOED CAPTAIN FALLS IN FRANCE,

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BARGOED CAPTAIN FALLS IN FRANCE, Captain J. R. McMurtrie, Bargood, of the Welsh Army Corps Engineers, is reported killed on July 26th. He had been previously wounded, and had been awarded the Military Medal. Captain McMurtrie was a bachelor, aged 34 years. When he first volun- teered he was rejected, but so eager was he to join that he underwent an operation, after which he was accepted. At the time he enlisted he was mana- gor of the Penallfa Colliery of the Powell Duffryn Company, near Ystrad -Niynael), and earlier in his career he was colliery manager at Aberoman, rnù formerly under-manager at Bar- goed. He gained the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry at Mamets Wood, and ii-?as wounded in the arm some months ago. He was an able flud popular mining engineer, much reapected by the workmen, and held in the highest esteem by the colliery company.

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INEW 1IALL, BARGOED.

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