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PONTSTICILL. I After 2., vears' absence, Pte. Williams, S.W.B., whose home is at the Post Office, has been given a fitting re- ception. Mr L. W. Kirkhouse (Penyradwy) presided, and informed the audience that Pte. Williams had, like a true patriot, voluntarily rendered his services in the defence of his country, and served in France, Salonika, and Serbia. He had distinguished himself on the Ser- bian front by an act of gallantry in the face of the greatest possible danger, and, in recognition of this act, the Italian military authorities had presented him with the Italian Cross—the iirigliest mark of distinction conferred in the Italian Army upon a private. Mrs Kirkhouse (Penyradwy) presented Pte. Williams with a valuable wristlet watch, a cigarette case, and a sum of money.

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