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NEATH DOG SHOW. !
NEATH DOG SHOW. In aid of the Mayor's Fund for Comforts for Wounded Soldiers the Neath Canine So- ciety held a successful dotr show on Whit- Monday. The principal winners were:- I Ivjll does and bull terriers. T. L Mort. Mos. tvn Countess: spaniels Dr. T McClure, .vth- icne Tib: terriers, J. A Davies. Greenbank New Selection; Captain L. R. Stone. Cap- tain Clunky; W. Lane's Llynvi 3ITI: R W. (I. Corfield. Eagle Rigger: D. Smithara, Drewydd Betty. Poms Mrs. A. iValsli Dor- mouse; Morgan and Bendall, Ulster. ToyE, I Mrs A. Walsh. Gun does. Dr .T. McClure. Any variety =tcrtinp, GreenbaDk New Ð- lection. Non-sporting Mrs. A Wahh. doi* or hitch in the show. Mostyn Countess
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THE SCROLL OF FAME
THE SCROLL OF FAME I Local Casualties in the Great Battle. I I The following local casualties have been announced during the week: KILLED. Dispatch Eider J. Briton, 95, Foxhole- road, Swansea, was killed by carrying dis- patches. Pte. Daniel Jones. brother of Mr. J. Jones, Waterloo House, Trelech, Carmar- thenshire. ha.s been killed in France. News has reached Llandebie that Bandsman D. T. Williams, Australian Imperial Infantry, had fallen in France. Pte. Henry Davies, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davies, 5, Madoc-street, Swan- sea, has been killed in action in France. Official news has now reached Pontar- dawe that Pte. W. J. Thomas, Royal Yvels'u Fusiliers, Compaso-row, Pontar- dawe, has been killed in action. Mrs. Owen, of Wernfawr-road, Port Tennant, Swansea, has been officially in- formed of the death in action of her husband, Pte. Charles Owen, of the East Surreys. Official news has been received by Mr. and Mrs. David Mitehell, 11, Caenewydd, I' (iwauncacgurwen, that their eon, Pte. Fred Mitchell, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, has been killed in action. Intimation has been received that Bdr. Tom Pitman, E.G.A., son of Petty Officer Henry Pitman and Mrs. Pitman, Dorset House, Cwmllyniell, was killed in action on the 9th iust. He was 23 years of age. Mr. J. H. Fussell, senr., Crumlyn Bur- rows, has received news of the death of his son, Sgt. J. H. Fuseell, of the Glouces- ter Regiment (late of the Welsh.), in France, lie rejoined the Army in 1911 and was in the battle of Loos. Pte. Lewis J. Thomas, late of the Box Farm, Llangennech, Has died of wounds. H" only went to France six or seven week s ago Pte. Thomas was 27, and at the time of enlistment was part pro- prietor of the Bynea Saw Mills. An official message lias re-aclied Ystrad- jjynlai-s that Pte. Frank Pbibbin, was killed in France on April 22nd. He was thre-e years in the Army, and had served in the Dardanelles campaign. Ho leaves a widow and three smal children. Mrs. Owen, 12. Wern Fawr-road. 110rt Tennant, Swansea, has received a letter from a nursing sister in a Canadian hos- pital in France that her husband, Pte. Clarke Owen, 1st Queen's Royal West Surreys, has died of wounds received in action. Gunner E. T. Steins, 13, Sebastopol- street, St. Thomas, Swansea, has been instantaneously killed by a shell while serving in France. A married man, 21 years of age, lie leaves a widow and one child. Prior to the war he worked at Baldwin's. U, i-s. liellim, of 211, Cwm-road, Pentremawr, Swansea, has received news of the death of her son, Pte. Sid Helling, 19 years of age, in France. She has also another son, Pte. Walter Hellins, of the Devon Regiment, who lost his right leg in France.
I WOUNDED. Pte. Dd. Tiiomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wbi, Thomas, Gurnoe Post Office, Ystaly- fc-ra, is now home on convalescent leave. Pte. ldris .Tones, son of Mr. D. Jones, Gwalia House, Trelech, Carmarthenshire, is reported missing in France since 9th April. News has been received by the parents of Pte. Gilbert W. Bosley, Essex Regi- ment, that he is lying ill in hospital in Franoe. Sec.-Lieut. Harry Harvey, son of ex- Guardian Harvey, of Gore-terrace, Swan- sea, is in hospital recovering from wounds to the face, shoulder, and arms in France. Corpl. J. E. Davies, Welsh Regiment. of Mount Pleasant, Neath, has been ad- mitted to a hospital in Halifax, suffering from shrapnel wounds in Lis right leg. Pte. David Lloyd, Welsh Regiment, of the Vardre, Clydacli, received severe wounds in tho fighting in France, which ba.s necessitated the amputation of an arm. Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones, 3, Bennet-street, Landore, have learnt that their eon, Lce.-cpl. Frank C. Jones, South Lanes. Regiment, was wounded at Salonika on 5th May. Pbe. George Thomas, painter, of 6, Ckmvent-street, Swansea, son of Mr. J. Thomas, builder, has been badly wounded in the shoulder, and has been brought to London Hospital. Pte. J. M. Jones, son of the late Mr. Win. Jones, Station-road, Ystvadgynlais, is in Lincoln Hospital, suffering from wounds received in France. lie belongs ij the Pembroke-shire Ye-omanry. Mr. and Mrs. Davies, the Bon Stores, St Thomas, Swansea, have been in- formed that their son. Driver D. G. Davies, of the Motor Transport, has been gassed and now lies at a base hospital. Lieut. M. L. James, E.A.F., son of Mr. &nd Mrs. William Jamos, Goedwig, Swansea, has been brought to England wounded in the shoulder, thigh, and ankle, whilst fiymg over the Gfxnwn lines. Official nerws ha-s just been receive<l by Mr. and Mrs. T. Davies, ti, Winifred-road, Skewen. that their son, Pioneer Claude Davie6, R.E., has been admitted to the hospital at Boulogne suffering from gUll- shot wounds on the scalp. Defmite informaticn has been received by Mr. and Mrs. John White, Caecerrig, [ Pontardulais, that their eon, Capt. Tal. G. White who recently fell a prisoner into German hands is in hospital at Aix- la-Chapelle, suffering from a gunshot wound in the left lung. He is reported to lie going on well.
MISSING. Pte. T. J. Summers, Myeydd-roul, Landore, has been missing since April ISUi. Pte. Davies, 52, Vincent-street, Swansea, is missing. He is the father of seven children. Pte. W. Webster, Welsh Regiment, of Quair-ro&d, Clydach, has been officially posted as missing. He is a married man with a family. Pte. W J. Thomas, Royal Welsh Fusi- liers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, 6, Compaq-row, Pontardawe, has been mis- sing since April 21st. News has been received that Pte. Johny Williams, currier, R hosmaen, Llandilo, has been missing for six weekH. His parents would be grateful for any tidings. It is now presumed that Corpl. T. C. Mitchell, eon of Mrs. Mitchell, 5, Pic- ton-terrace, Swansea, who has been mis- sing from his unit since July 31st, 1917, is dead. Fte. T. J. Summers (19), 1, Mysydd- road, Landore, is missing; so aleo are Pte. A B. Evans, 4, ( xford-street, Swansea, and Pte. B. J. Williams, 18, Clarence- terrace, Swansea. Mrs. Emily Edwards, 38. Waundew- road, Carmarthen, has received official intimation that her husband. Pte. Gomer Edwards, Welsh Regiment, is reported missing in Palestine. Mrs. Lewis, of High-street, Clydach, has been officially informed that her hus- b&nd, Rees Albeit Lewis, (.on of Mr. and Mrs. Rees Lewie, grocer (,1J'9..is miz- sing sitice &pril 1&? ￼ --??—?<. Pte. Llerv-liyn Jenkins, Waunarlwydd- road, Cockett, is reported missing. Sergt. J. R. Davics-Thomas, adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Griff. Davies, Sunny Bank. Llandebie, is reported to be miss- ing since the 25th April last, when serv- ing in one of the Tanks. News has been received that Pte. Geo. Teesdale South. Lancashire Regiment, is reported missing. He joined up in 1915, and is 22 years ot úg\ lie is a son of Mr. Geo. Teesdale, 166, Cwm-road, Pentre Lsiyil, Jwaiiisca. Official news has been received by Mrs. Edmunds, who resides at U, Penviliia- road, Brynhyfryd, Swansea, stating that her son, PLe. Wm. Edmunds, of the Machine-gun Section, lias been missing since March 21st. 'Official news reached Pontardawe on Friday that Pte. Brinley Williams (25), of the Welsh Regiment, is missing, Nothing has been heard of him for six weeks. He is the son of Mr. llopkin Wii- liams. Swans-ea-road. Pontardawe. Mr. and Mre. Walker, of Siloli-rcad, Landore, have been officially informed that their son, Pte. Brinley L. Walker, of the South Wales Borderers, has been missing since the 11th of April. Mr. Walker has another two sons serving. Mrs. Evans. Craigias, Conwil Elfet, Carmarthen, has received official infor- mation that her son, Pte. Martin Evans. Welsh Regiment, is missing in Franco since April 14th. Before enlisting lie was manager of a gioc&ry stores at Treorchy. Mrs. Roderick. Wheatsheaf Hotel, Llandovery, would be grateful ior infor- mation concerning her son, Pte. F. W. J. Roderick, of the Lancashire Fusiliers. Ho has been missing since March 25th. Pte. Roderick was wounded at Giveachy last year. Mr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins, Waunar- lv,-ydd-road Cockett, have received a communication that their eon. Pte. Llew. J. Jenkins, of the Wel~h .Regiment, has been missing since April 13th. His par- ents will be grateful for any information concerning him. Official news has been received by Mrs. Harris, 9, Spring-terrace, Swansea, that her son, Pte. Walter C. Harris, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, has been missing t3inee April 8th to 18th. She would be very glad to receive any news concerning him. He is 19 years of age. Official information has been received that Pte. XV. Walters, Welsh Regiment. ot Ouarr-road, Clydach. and Pte. Albert Lewis. South Wales Borderers, of High-I street, Clydach, both of whom were serv- ing in Prance have been posted as miss- ing. Both were married men. Mrs. Williams, of 34, Eaton-road, Bryn- hyfryd. Swansea, has received official in- timation that her son, Pte. IVni. Wil- liams, has been missing since April 13th. He is 19 years of age, and prior to his en- listment worked at Messrs. Williams Bros. and Co., grocers, Eaton-road.
:IN GERMAN HANDS. I
IN GERMAN HANDS. Pte. B. Harn, Courtney-street, Mausel- ton, is a prisoner in Germany. Leading Seaman Parvin, of the Royal Naval Division, is a prisoner in Germany. Ili6 home is at 161, Western-street, Swan- sea. Pte. J. Hawes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hawes, formerly of Mount Pleasant, and linoll-avenue, Swansea, is a prisoner in i Germany. News has been received by Mrs. Laeey, St. Thomas, Swansea, from her son. Cor- poral Lacey, of the Welsh Cyclists, stat- ing that he is a prisoner of war at Lim- burg. » Sergt.-major ^um has written home to say that Corpl. Cliff. Green, Maneelton (llth Cyclis;te Corps), who was officially reported mii-sin?, is alive and a prisoner of war in Germany. Pte. Willio Owen Davies, reported missing in France, April 13th. 1918, has now written home that ho is a prisoner of war in Germany. His parents live at 48, Wind-street, Ammanford. News has been received' by Mr. Jen- kins, Brynmill-avenue, Swansea, from his son, Lce.-cpl. Harold Jenkins, of the Welsh Cyclists, stating that he is a pri- soner of war at Limberg. Information has been reoeivod from Sergt. John C. James, R.E., whose home itS at Woodlands. Cwmllynfell, and who wrs reported as missing since March 22, ) that lie is a prisoner of war in Germany. Gunner T. Dorrington, R.F.A., 25, Park-place, Swansea, is a prisoner of war. Pte. Tom Wescott, of the Northants Regiment, whose home is at Glanceirw lIoiTse, Cwmrhydyceirw, Morriston, has written home stating tha-t he is wounded and a prisoner of war in a German hos- pital. Pte. Henry Rees, Cheshire Regiment 6on of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Rees, grocers, of Down-street, Clydach, was captured by the enemy during the recent heavy fighting in France, and is now a prisoner. Airs. Evans, 50, Old-road, Skewen. has Mw received a post card from her hus- band, Pte. C W. H. Evans, South Wales Borderers, stating that he is a prisoner 111 the hands of the Germans, and slightly wounded in the legs. Posted as missing since the 23rd March, Pte. Trevor E. Williams, Am- manford, who for years was in the service of Messrs. Jones, London House, latterly as manager of their Quay-street branch, 6ends home a cheery letter from Fried- rich fold, Germany, where he is a prisoner of war. Pte. V/m. Williams, Swansea. (Missing.) Pte. W. tdmunos, Brynhyfryd. (Missing.) Sergt. D. E. Howells, St. Thomas. (Promoted on Field.) Pte. F. Mitchell, G wa un-cae-Gu rwen. (Killed.) Lieut, I. Roberts, Llanelly. (Missing.) Pt-n. E. Williams, Treboeth. (Missing.) Pte. J. D. Morgan, Pontardulais. (Prisoner of War.) .Cpl. Harold Smith, I Swansea. (Missing.) Acting-Sergt.-Major Jack Russell, M.M., Swansea. (Killed.) Bandsman D. T. Williams, Llandebie. (Killed.) Cpl. Hy. Parker, Glanamman. OLI\ ) I Pte. T. Westcott, Mornston. 1 (Wounded and Pris- oner in Germany.) Pto, Sid Hcilins, Pentre, Swansea. (Killed.) Ptc. w. o. Davies, Ammanford. I (Prisoner.) I Pre. Oliver Jones, Burryport. (Missing.) Cpl. J. E. Davies, Neath. (Wounded 6th time.) 1 (Killed.) Fte. B. L. Walker, I Landore. (Missing.) Mr. and Mrs. Vergette, grocers, of Walter-road, Swansea, have received news that their son, Lieut. R. W. Ver- gette, is a prisoner of war in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Williams, Aber- gelly, Fforestfach, bave received a com- 1 nunication from their second son, Pte. Robert Williams, South Wales Borderers, to the effect that he is a prisoner of war and wounded He had previously been reported missing.
ROBBED THE TROOPS. \
ROBBED THE TROOPS. For two hours the Swansea Bench on I Wednesday listened to the defence of a number of men who were charged, two l with stealing and the others with receiv- ing certain property of the Great Western Railway Company. The case for the prosecution had bf'2n heard at a previous hearing, when the chief witness was Det.- Inspector Morris, of the G.W.R. Accord- ing to this witness the goods alleged to have been stolen were consigned to the troops in the distant theatres of war. Edward John Leigh (2S), a soldier now on munitions, and Auber Fermandel (3S), i spelter worker, were charged with steal- ing and receiving these goods, which in- cluded hams, woollen clothing, etc. The?e were defended by Mr. Henry Thompson, who pleaded guilty on behalf of Leigh, and not guilty on behalf of Fer- nandel. In the care of Leigh it was stated that he had served abroad, and had been twice wounded. On his release for muni- tions he was hard pressed by a firm of local furnishers for arrears on goods bought, and just before the theft he had received a letter stating that if the money owing was not forthcoming, the goods would be removed by the firm. Ferman- del's defence was a complete denial. I Wm. Henry (51), coal trimmer, charged with receiving, was defended by Mr. J. Evans Rowlands, who contended that his client had no knowledge that the goods had been stolen. Henry Deans (47), fuel work-s foreman, Joseph Crompton (52), and Peter Fern (45), fuel workers, who were defended by Mr. Edward Harris, also pleaded that they did not know the property was stolen. After a brief retirement the chairman (Mr. A. H. Thomas) said the Bench were I convinced of the guilt of the men. el. referred to the theft as a mean and de- spicable one, which was especially grave in this case, as Leigh was himself a soldier and knew the value of these much needed goods. For stealing the clothing Leigh would i go to prison for six months. On the charge of stealing the biscuits, he would have three months, and for stealing the hams he would receive another three months, the sentences to run concurrently. Fermandel was sentenced to three I months hard labour. < Wm. Henry was firied £ 10 or two j months; and Deans. Crompton and Ferix were fined .£.5 each or one month.
,A TIME OF PERIL.
A TIME OF PERIL. I Sir Ellis Griffiths, M. P., addressing a meeting at Holyhead on Tuesday night; said that they were living in a time of; peril, a time when their national life was at stake. There had been a great deal of useless criticism in regard to the war, but unless they helped those criti-j cis-ed to win the war they had better re-, main quiet. A fellow countryman of whom they were proud, had the destiny of the nation in his hands.
TEACHERS' STRIKE. --
TEACHERS' STRIKE. Efforts at a settlement of the assistant teachere' strike in Carmarthenshire iuiido at a conference between members of the Education Committee and representatives of the teachers at Carmarthen on Wed- nesday were unsuccessful. Judge Lloyd Morgan, K.C., acted as independent chairman, and there were present Ald. Ben Evans (Pencader), W., N. Jones (Ammanford), and Dd Evans (Whitland), representing the Education Committee, and Miss Phillips (Cardiff), Mr. Rhys Nicholas (Cwmavon), and Mr. Price (Felinfoel) representing the teach- ers. The meeting as held in private, and at the close the Press as informed that no agreement on the matters in dispute had been reached.
Gors-y-Gedol, the ancestral home of tho Vaughan and Mostyn families, with an estate of nearly 4,000 acres, has been given by the present owner as a contribution to • the war funds of the Y^M.C.A. — ￼ Printed and Published by the Swansea Press Ltd.. at Leader Buildings, Swansea.. j
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