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ABERDULAIS. MK. Ll. D. Howell, sec. of tho Abør- duliiis Sowing Guild on Friday de- spatched forty parcels to the boys of the district who joined the Colours. Each parcel contained clothing, chocolates, cigarettes, butter-scotch. The four at the front will received an extra ps-rcel each, to show thorn that they are not for- gotten in their loyalty to their King and country. We regret to announce the death on Saturday of Mr. Thomas David, late cashier of Aberdulais Tin Works, father of Mr. G. T. David, chemist, Swansea The deceased gentleman -,vas one of the senior deacons of Forest C.M. Chapel and superintendent of the Sunday-school for over twenty years, lie had always been a great philanthropist, and will be very much missed.

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