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Notes and Notions. 4

Farmers and the War.

MENTIONED I

Builth Rural Tribunal. I

IMr. Sidney Robinson, W.P.

IRural District Council.I

I National Service

I Builth Wells Funerals. I

RED CROSS HOSPITAL, PENOYRE.

I Brecon Officer.i

GETTING TO WORK.

Interesting Hay Wedding.

IBrecon Rural Tribunal. I

ITalgarth Boy. ___I

I Builth Wells Tribunal.I

I THE CREAM OF THE MEAT

'Builth's Council.

BRECONSHIRE OFFICER.I

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BRECONSHIRE OFFICER. I I KILLED IN ACTION. I I THE LATE LIEUT. F. -I. RAIKES. I Second-Lieutenant Frederick Monro ftaikes, South Wales Borderers, attached to the Machine Gun Corps, killed on February 22nd, was the eldest son of Mr R. T. Raikes, of Treberfydd, Bwkh, Bre- onshire. Born in 1872, he was educated at Radley and Corpus Christi College. He took his degree in 1S95, and was admitted a solicitor (in partnership with his father) in 1900. In the same year he married Harriet Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Arrow Kcmpe, and leaves two sons and three daughters. Though considerably over military age, he offered his service. and in the autumn of 1915 he obtained a commission, and volunteered for active service. He was one of six |brothers holding com- missions in his Majesty's forces, three of whom have obtained the D.S.O.

Potatoe Growing

|Farmers and Labour. I

I Brecon Tribunal.

I ! HEREFORD MARKET. r

I WAR CLOTHING DEPOT.