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ftfORRISTON. at tl,P 1! (l',t. ('crilWy, MorrUton. this week, '];?. L. 'l?'"i.a?. M.F., having accepted t!■ f- l'• i i !'t position of gr'ner;:] manager of H i 'r'- P 'K;?H) CoVticrios, Merthyi. iin.'l r J. St-iti'lid^e, Ab^rriare. succeed- in: him. M r. Thouia.- has been at Mor- i: i. tiii for about ten years. '("ib I )f t1)" !atp P?. Dd. Brin-I !?v J.u'?. W<?? Regiment, of 10. Cluee- road. Mon i-t in. who died a! Manchester Uu?piL? on Tlun'?Hy lat. were laid to rest with military honours at the New Cemetery on Monday afternoon. I Sec.-Lieut. E. Cyril Griffiths, Machine Gun Corps, of Clyudu, Morrv-ton, ha- been mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's last dispatch. He was severely gassed at the beginning of the last offensive. We are pleased to say he is making good pro- gress and is now at the Pare Wern Aux- iliary Hospital at Sketfy.

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