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!STRIVING FORI ;PEACE.

- I ? CARMARTHEN M!? RECORD.I

REPRISALS TO GERMANY.

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! WOM MILITARY CROSS. !

REAL SKiH COMFORT I f

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MENTiONED m mS?ATGH£S. mi?ES III 9!SPAIC?S. j Captain R. G. Ford, of the 2nd talion Worcester xiegiment, V-hÜS8 nania has been mentioned in dispatches, and | who has been awarded the Military Cross, is a oon of cite late m. Thomas Ford, of Messrs. Thomas Ford aDd Co., Swansea Docks, who was may Mr of l Swansea in 1S72, and brother of Major W. A. Ford, of the 1st Welsh Howitzers, Swansea. Captain Ford went through th» South African campaign with the. Worcesters. and had klx bans for that campaign. Ee is one of only two officers | left out of 22 of bus regiment in this war. Major Stucley, of tiie Grenadier j Guards, ifa-s a cousin of Mr. F. Dudley j Williams-Drummond (Ha1odnedy:p'¡, and Major Colby, also of tbe Grenadier Guards, was son and heir to Mr. J. V. | Colby. of Ffynone, Boncath. Both ofn- i oers were kiUed in action. Major Paget Kemmee Loty, of the! Royal Engineers, who has been men- tioned in dispatches, married the only daughter and heiress of Judge Bishop, of Dolgarreg, Cannartbevrhire. The wile is still residing iu Carmarthen- { shire. Private T. W. Ixywis, of tho 1st R,;>y;xl' Welsh Fusikert. menticmed in Sir John French's dispatch, is Tom Lewis, the j hero of the dock trench disaster y; some j few years ago. The itory of his exploit • in tie Army is that on November 24 811 25 he, with others, went out towards the German trenches and blew up some farms which had been used by German emuer; Ho has since been wounded, but is recovering in {j? li?pjtaj .j I but ?orjng ?, r, "-iia

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DR. FALLAL VISIT.

MiiFORD HAVEN TLIC TRAGEDY.

WELSH TORMADO WVISTiGATED.

GLYDAGH J.P. BEREAVED.

KILLED m THE ?!LWAY. tIE RAILWAY.

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