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BARQOBD POULTRY SHOW. I

OELLIOAER SCHOOLI GOVERNORS.

I I,PRINCESS JU-JU " AT RHYMNEY.

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I ABERTYSSWO ROLL OP HONOUR.

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I ABERTYSSWO ROLL OP HONOUR. MEN WHO HAV E GIVEN THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY. Pte. DAVID JONES, 2241, Grenadier Guards, son of Mr and Mr Kllen Jones, 14, Arthur-street, Aber- tyspwg. David enlisted January, 191.% and went to France in Novem- ber, and after having experienced severe fighting, he fell in action, May 8th, 1916, at Ypres. Before en- listing he was assistant grocer at Pooler's, Bargoed. He was a faithful and useful member at Bethania Con- gregational Church, Abertysswg. Rio parent, and brother and three sisters mourn bis loss. Pte. WM. JOHN WALLACE, 32t;24, Cardiff Batt, Welsh Regiment, son of Mr Reuben and Mrs Mary Wallace, 1, Arthur-street, Abertyaawg. He enlisted April, 1914, and after a period of serious illness, died at the Hospital, Llandrindod, March 6th 1916, and was interred at the Graig Cemetery, Rhymney Bridge, on the llt.IV. Before his enlistment he was employed at the Groeisfaen Colliery, Deri. He was for some years a mem- ber of Ainon Baptist Church, Aber tysswg. He leaves an only daughter, who, with his parents and brothers and sister, mourn his loss. Pte. WM. JOliN JONES, 135i, let Mons. Regiment, son of Mr E i- ward and Mrt; Sarah Jonea, 4, Arthur- street, Abertyaawg. Wm. John was counected with the Rhymney Terri. torialii at the out break of war, and proceeded to France with his batfcaliou, February 13th, 1915, he was severely woanded and taken prisoner May 8t h, and was taken to hospital at Daisberg, Germany, and after much suffering j died July 4th Tne authorities at the hospital Kent particulars of his death and bis belongings to his parents., Before the outbreak of war he was employed as haulier at the JMoLaren Colliery, Abertyoswg. His parents and sister mourn tiis loss. Pte. HOWARD VAUGHAN HUGHES, 6002\ 1st Mons. Regi- ment, son of Mr Josiah and Mrs Lucy J. Hughes, 27, Artbnr-street, Abertysswg. Howard enlisted May, 191S, and proceeded to France October 20tb, and died at the 2nd Canadian Clearing Station. A letter! of condolence, which contained particulars of his illness and death from broncho-pneumonia, was sent by the nurse, and received by hia parents November lltb, the day on which the Armistice was bigned. Before his enlistment he was employed as lamp- man at the McLaren Colliery, Aber- tysswg. He was a member, of some years standing, of Ainon Baptist Church. His parents deeply mourn his loss.

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ITHE RHYMNIT VALLEY 1 SEWBRAGB…

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"NO IDEA OF SUICIDE." I -1

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I CLUB WINDOW. I

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FUN AND FANCY.