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THE SCROLLOF FAME 4 West Wales Casualties in the Great Battle. The following casualties have been announced during the week:— KILLED IN ACTION. Information has been received by Mr. Wilson, Latimer-roud, Llandovery, that his sou, Pte. Henry George Wilson, has I been killed in action News was received on Thursday of the death in action in France of Lieutenant Dum'an Fotbe-s, Welsh Regiment, son of jfr. Forbæ, H.M. Customs. Port fiilhot. On Tuesday morning, April 9th. Mr. D Rowlands. New-street, liurryport, re- ceived the iaxd news that his eon. Pte. J. (j Eov/lands, had, been killed in action Official news reached Abercrave on Thursday morning that Pte. Rees itUAcUs, Kines Own Rifles, who has been missing since July last, has been killed Mr. and Mrs. D. Thomas, of 72. Prince o- Wales-road. Swansea, have just re- ceived news of the death of their son, Heigt. Wra. Thomas, of a Welsh regi- ment. in France. Mr. John A. Bevan, Pembrey, tinhouso superintendent at the Ashburuham Tin Works, received the news that his son, A.B Dan Bevan, had been killed in action in France. Previous to enlisting lie, was a behinder at the Ashburnham Tin Works. Mr. Hugh Forbes, surveyor to the Glen- avon Colliery at Cymmer, has been noti- fied of the death in action of his brother, Lieut. Duncan Forbes, Royal Scotsj, in France on March 28th. Lieut. Forbes, who lived at Port Talbot, was a director of the Glenavon and Garw Collieries. The death in action is cftic'Killy an- nounced of Gunner Chas. Howard Agg of No. 2, Langianci-terrace, Brymuiii, bwan- sea. His officer, writing to the widow, says that he was killed by 3r shell in a dug-out. The deceased, who leaves a widow and three boys., was formerly a, park keeper under the Corporation. Mrs. Lvan Evuiits. Llwyn-road, CWDl- gur,sv. has been informed of the death ya action of her brother, Pte. Richard Davies. R.A.M.C. Dick," as he was known by all. was a native of Ferndale. He was 32 years of age, and before en- listing; he was employed as a collier at the Last Pit Gwauncaesurwen. The friends of Lieut. George Hugh perry, R.F.A., of the firm of Messrs. Perry and Partners, steel and metal mer- chants, Swansea, have received news from his commanding officer that he was killed in action on March 31st. Aged 30 years, he joined the service in 1916, and had been in France for about six months. IBIED OF WOUNDS. Major (acting L,ieiU.-colonel) J. M. Wightman, M.C.. died from wounds in France on the !}th inst. Mr. Jefford, baker, Oxford-etreet, has ieceived news from Vhe War Office that hit-, son. Edwin Robert Jefford, who was wounded on March 28th. died on Good Friday. f

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I BEAUTIFUL HAIR, THICK, WAVY,…

SOLDIERS SAD STORY. I

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HUSBAND AND WIFE.I

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I WAR WORKERS' BEER.-

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I TEACHER FINED,. I

I-MARRIED A -GERMAN. _1

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