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FUEL SUPPLIES IN WAR TIME.

I BENEFIT FOOTBALL MATCH.…

COMFORTS FOR THE TROOPS. I

3&heofs Brigade, ftayaS Fusmers.…

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Military.-Tlie following appeared in the London Gazette of the 29th January Regular Forces Memoranda.—To be tempor- ary Major Major Honorary Lieutenant Colonel (Honorary Captain in Army) A. E, Morrall; late Mjljtia, Dated Sent. TC-th; I)I4." 1 Victoria Catiagf Hfiipiial.—Tile Committee hfcg to ackiicHvletltie receipt, per the Hon. Treasurer, of one guinea from Twynglas Sunday School. Also of the following gifts during January, per the Matron Six pictures, Lord Abergavenny flowers, Mrs. Wheatley fruit, Mrs. Crawshay, Ty Mawr papers, Hon. Mrs. Mrs. Crawshay, Ty Mawr papers and magazines Hon. Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. G. B. Jones (Uan- gattock Rectory), Mrs. S. R. Young, Mrs. Thomas (Tredillion Park), JMrs. Matthews (Raglan-terrace), The CountyWlub, The Editor "Daily Telegraph; buns, Mr. Watkins, baker; cake and eggs, Mrs. Crawshay, Ty Mawr preserve, Mrs. Salter sausages, Mrs. Lawson medicine bottles, Miss Parnell Jones tin mould, Mr. Wilson (of Messrs. Allcott & Wilson) blotting-pad, inkstand, pen and tray, Mrs. Lawson case of soda water, Mr. L. Carter Lawson case of soda water and lemonade, Mr. II- Caster two rugs and materia 1 to r cushion covers, Mrs. Corfield and Mrs. Lawson parcel of papers, Mdlle Courvoiser. Obituary. — The death of Mrs. Gardner (Fanny), wife of Mr. Robert Gardner, J.P., late of Maisemore, Abergavenny, took place. at Bromhill, Nottingham, on Tuesday morning, after a long and painful illness. The deceased during her residence of more than twenty years at Abergavenny endeared herself to a very large circle of friends. She always took a keen interest in religious, temperance, and philan- thropic work. She was for many years the Abergavenny treasurer of the British and Foreign Bible Society, and was possessed of an ex- tremely generous disposition. The funeral (a private one) took place at Nottingham to-day (Friday). Great sympathy is expressed for Mr. Gardner and his daughter, Miss Frances Gardner, and son, Captain Oswold Gardner, 3rd Mon- mouthshire Regiment, in their sad bereavement. I -.&-

Jewellery Thefts at Cardiff.I

ROUMANIAN ARMY READY. I

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I Crickhowell Board of Guarclsasis.

IChristmas Dinner to the Poor.I

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"LAURA" MOTOR AMBULANCE. I

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I ABERGAVENNY Y.M.C.A.

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Lianwenarth Ultra Parish Council.…

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