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SWANSEA RECORDER.I

I -DISASTROUS COLLISION.___I

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GLAMORGAN EXCLUDED.I

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I MAJOR TRICKS SON. Major W. B. Trick, M.B.E., J.P.. Neath, received information on Thursday that his eldest son. Mr. Fred H. Trick, died in South Africa on April 12th, aged 32. Deceased went to South Africa, in 1907, and took up a farm at Veiitrsdoovt, Johannesburg. At the outbreak of the war he enlisted in General Smut's army, and served in the German East African campaign. He was eventually invalide(I out, and returned to Johannesburg. A few weeks before his death he proceeded to Pretoria with a Tiew to rejoining, but, owing to the state of his health, was rejected. At Thursday's meeting of the Neath Council a vote of condolence was passed ? \nth Major Trick. > J ?s????-?? J I

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