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HELD THE -HILL.--

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HELD THE HILL. CWMBWRLA SOLDIER'S HEROIC ACT. FOUGHT IN SERBIAN RELIEF EFFORT. t Pte. E. Thomas,, of the Royal Irish Regiment, whose home is at present at 178, Middle-road, Cwmbwrla. has just re- turned after s hort leave. He has seen fighting in Gallipoli, Macedonia and Serbia, and was- invalided home from Salonika with malarial fever. He has the proud distinction of having been mentioned in dispatches by Brigadier-General Mahon for gallant con* duct in the field. Pte. Thomas was wit.h his company at the foot of a hill, exposed to heavy Tnrk« 1 ish fire, with a strong hostile torcf approaching. He climbed the sumrail and held that post for six hours, catching bombs thrown at him and hurling tlH;n:l back at the Turks until relief came. Pte. Thomas was at Suvla Bay when lit heard that his mother and father had died almost within a week of one another, When he heard that, so he told a ,t. man 011 Monday, "nothmg mattered afterwards, and 1 felt as if I did not care what became of mo."

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