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 hrO' Col!t'1¡.on 1 ,? '? ion. I Dh.?rous Co lA? LOCAL ENGINEER DROWNED. j A disastrous collision took place in the Irish Sea on Saturday night between the s.s. Ravensworth and a Belfast steamer, which resulted in the sinking of the Ravensworth, five of the crew being missing. \e regret to say that among them is a well-known Llanellyito, Mr. W. Charles Hinkin, of Walters road, who was second engineer. The deceased ivalt the son of Mrs. Hinkin-Williams and grandson of the late Mr. Simon James (Gwalwyr Gwillt). He had many friends in the town and had been on sea for eleven years. He will be greatly missed by those who knew him, and his bright, expressed with the bereaved family. cheerful disposition. Much sympathy is It is a pathetic fact that within a week of the tragic occurrence, Engineer Hinkin had the pleasure of meeting his brother, Driver Eddie Hinkin, A.S.C., in France. The ship on which he was then engaged happened to call at a French port just at the time when his soldier brother was returning to the front after ton days leave. They had not seen each other previously for over four years. This lends an added pathos to the tragic end of our young, townsman. Another brother Pte. Emrys Hinkin is on active service in Egypt.

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