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AMMANFORD.

MAN, WIFE, AND THREE CHILDREN…

THE OLD GUARD.

CANTON (OHIO) AND THE WAR.

THE SHORTEST DAY.

WHEN CHReST CAME--AND -NOW.-

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I WILL OF CAPT. C. METHUEN,…

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I WILL OF CAPT. C. METHUEN, OF PUMPSAINT. Captain Cameron O'Brien ITarford Methuen, of Llystroyddyn, Pumpsaint., Car- marthenshire, and of the 2nd Royal War- wickshire Regiment, who tiaw service in the Boor War, and who was killed in action in Belgium on the. 20th October Iff; es- tate of the gross value of £ 40,215, of which the net personalty has been sworn at £ 8,929. Probate of his will, dated 1st October last, has been granted to his brother-in-law, Captain if £ ,r..ry Rope Pomeroy Salmon, of Tookington 11 anor Cilouccstersliire, find of the 3rd Battalion Gloucestershire llegim-ent. The testator left £ 2,000 to each of his sisters, Maud FIenuoi- Methuen, Emily Ger- trude Salmon, and Phyllis Mary Blanche; LZOO to his nephew, Tom Salmon; £100 each to his nephew, Harry Salmon, an:l his niece-, Elina Salmon; his property in Car- marthenshire and- his half sliare in the Ltatteridge Farm. Gloucestershire, to hie brother, Henry Charles Methuen, of the 79tli Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, and the residue of his property upon trust for his eaid brother, "with the hope that he will present a piece of in remembrance of me to ftnø mess of the 2nd Battalion, Waorwiokshire Regiment."

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