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ABERAVON. I

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ABERAVON. I The. annual meeting of Aberavon and j tPort Thibet district mucins association juM-s held at the Victoria Institute, Port ^Talbot, on Wednesday. Mr. Oliver j ¡:Adams. ,J.1.. who presided, mentioned ihat none of the coUieres, nor the miners [were contributing to the l'und?, and it |was tfteided to make an appeal to them, j fit, WM. pointecr out that during the last] (live years liii colliers or their families had i&een attended, and about >1.000 visits paid. John Davies, collier, of 82. Martram- ftreet, Cymmer, d icd at Aberavon LIos- pital on Saturday night of injuries re- ceived on Good Friday nt Dyffryn Rhon- dda Level ATiotlbsr Aberavon Koldier has won the D.O.M.—Pte. Richard Selway Davies, pernor partner in the firm of Davies Bros. HiiMor. taxi, and general undertaking (business. The deed is officially described an the London Gazette of Friday as-fol- lows :—" Pte. R. S. Davies. during an cii- -emy attack, droye the wounded away in 'iis motor ambulance under a heavy (tab shell bombardment and machine-gun fire. SJiis petrol tank was twice pierced by bul- jlet6, and to keep it from emptying lie got 'out a tin of petrol and instructed one of :the wounded to keep the tank filled from it a6 he drove, thereby preventing the stoppage of t) i> ambulance in an exposed position in full view of enemy. Later, ,vrhen the ambulance was bogged, with ;the afifrisl-ance of one man, he carried all the wounded one and a half miles under ehell fire to a place of safety/' Pte. (Davies. who has nearly three veers' (ser- vice to his credit, iF a brother of Pto. John Da vies, of Aberavon. Rugby feme fnow in Salonika), and Pte. Howell \Davi.es (now in Egypt). He was recently •home on leave, but his natural modesty made it impossible for his friends to give liim deserving recognition. At the inquest hd on John H. Davies (13). collier, of Margam-street, Cymmer, Vho died at Aberavon Hospital, it was said that as he was leaving work at the iDuffrvn Rhondda level on Good Friday, /riding on the usual workmen's coaches, Siis haad came in contact with the top, icausinir him to fall back unconscious. Deoath was due to shock, and the verdict was Accidental death." — a—

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WELSH GENERAL KILLED.

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PROUD OF BRITISH RACE.

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