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PRISONERS AND I GUNS.

I--, , THE DAILY TOLL. i

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I THE DAILY TOLL. The official casualty lists of Thursday no- tify the following losses: — Died. H. Thomas (7073),S.W.B., Swansea. Wounded. Lauee-Corpl. C. E. Jones (44391), Welsh Regt., Morriston. A. Platt (15047), Oxford L.I., Swansea. Previously Missing, now Reported Dead by the Cerman Government. Lance-Corpl. J. E. Rees (15812), K.R.R., 'V*nMumb]es. 'j ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION. 1 Killed. J  Gunner Perry. 22, Bush-row, Melyn, .? Neath. ?' W. J. Sheldon. 2, Cwm-terrace, Cackett. A. Searr. 1207. Neath-road. Swansea. Previously Missing, now Reported Klilal \Y. H. Charles, 20, Vivian-road, Sketty. W. J. Charles, 83, Carmarthen-road. Drowned. P. I. MCN-amay.,a, lg. Westbiiry-tei-race, Swansea, R.N. V. R. Llandeble Teaohor. Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans, Rice-road, Ammanford, have now been officially in- formed of the death from wounds of « their youngest son, Pte. Evan Evans, of the Lewis gun section, attached to the 1st R.W. Fusiliers.. Pte. Evans, who is only twenty years of age, was a well- liked young man. He enlisted from Car- diff University College in the autumn of 1915, and had seen service in France since last summer. Before proceeding to college lie was for a time teacher at the Llandebie National Schools.

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