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DROWNED. I Steward Joseph Matthew's, son of Mr. Thoma-s Matthews, cycle agent, Windsor- road, Neath, has been drowned through enemy action at sen. Leading Seaman John E. John. of Heb- ron-road, Clydach, was on board a Brit- ish. merchant ship recently sunk by enemy action, and his mother has now been officially advised that he is not amongst the survivors. Mr. David Morley Tanner, son of Mr. Isaac Tanner, Stembridge, Gowerton and brother of the chief electrician at Berthlwyd Colliery, Gowerton, shipped on board a vessel which (sailed on May 7th, and has never been heard of since, though it is reported that the body of the captain has been washed ashore. M.. Morley Tanner had been assistant power house attendant at Berthlwyd Colliery, and was'l!> years of age.

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FIGHT IN A TRAIN.I

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