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WOUNDED. I Pte. 0. Williams, Front-row, Onllwyn, has been gassed. Pte. E. Simons, 3, Wassail-place, Swan- sea, has been wounded. Lieut. Vernon Morris, the old 'Ferry cricketer, has been gassed in France. Lieut.T. Stanley Rees, son of Mr. Saml. Rees, draper. High-street, Swansea, has been wounded. Pte. Robert Timothy, 27, Gloucester- place, Mumbles, is reported seriously wounded in France. After having been two years in France, Pte. E. Simons, R.W.F., of 3, Wassail- piace, Swansea, is wounded. Pte. Jim Evans, son of Mr. Evans, of Glanyrafon, Ystradgynlais, is in hospital si'JT&rirjg from wounds received. Sapper H. Deans, 351, Neath-road, Plas- marl, is under treatment in Liverpool Hospital for woundis in the leg. Sergt. D. M. Thomas, R.F.A., of 4. Gough-road, Ystalyfera, is in a Scottish hospital suffering from wounds. Pte. Christopher J. Spooner, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Spooner, 57, Prince of Wales- road. Swansea, has been wounded. Pte. W. D. Thomas, of the Half-Way Inn, Onllwyn, is in hospital. He was at- tached to the Machine Gun Corps. Bombr. Geo. Rees the weU-known Am- munfird footballer, has been wounded in France, and lies in hospital in Keighley, Yorks. News have reached Mr. and Mrs. Evan Evans, C'vmteg-lane, Brynamman. that their son, Tom Evans, has been seriously wounded. Pte. Rober" Lavies, Park-avenue, Mum- bles, has been badly wounded in the ai-ni, and tliigns. lie formerly worked at a Swansea foundry. Pte. Joe Jenkins. Machine-gun Corps. SoOt, of Mrs Jenkins, Martin-street, Mor- rieton, is now in hospital in Kent, suffei,. ing from trench fever. Pte. Isaac Aston, Welsh Guards, son o Mr. nd Mrs. Samuel Aston. Park-streev. Taibach. has been wounded for the fourth time, now.in the leg. Gunner Dd. John Williams, R.G.A., whose wife and family live at Forest- road, Pontardulais, has been badly wounded in Ahe foot News ha? been received at Britonferry that Lieut Fred Perrett, the old Neath and Welsh International footballer, has been wounded in France. Lance-Corpl. Samuel Clist, 25, Charles- street, Swansea, is officially reported to be suffering from gunshot wounds in the right thigh, i-ght. leg, and forearm. Mrs. Griffiths, 17, High-street, Skewen, has been officially informed that her hus- band. Pte. Oliver Griffiths, Welsh Regi- ment, was woandetl on April 16th. Pte. Frank Bibbs, R.A.M.C., son of Mr. J. Bibbs, of Pontardawe, who was struck with shrapnel on the nose last week, is now in one of the English hospitals. Mr. Thomas Evans, 13, Orchard-Street, Carmarthen, lias learnt that his son, Pte. W J. Evans. a Lewis gunner, was wounded in the left arm in France. Pte. Rd. Thomas, 12. Morris-street, Morriston, has been badly gassed. Aged 3(; and mauiod, he was formerly em- ployed at the Morriston Spelter Works. News has been received that Pte. Ed. Da vies. Cwm, Bonymaen, has been badly wounded in France. Before joining he worked at the Mannesmann Works, Lan- dore. Capt. J. Preston the new chairman of the Margam Council, has heard that his eon. Lce.-cpl Randolph Preston, was wounded in France, and lies in a London Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hawkins, 156, St. Helen's-avenue, Swansea, have had offi- cial information that their eon, Pte. Tommy Hawkins, has been wounded in the leg and arm. Mr. E. Phillips, of 17, High-street, Skewen, has received official intimation that his son. Signaller David Phillips. R. W.F., was wounded in the head by gun- shot on April 16th. Pte. H. G.. Ashton, Bonymaen, has been wounded in the arm, and is at present in a Manchester hospital. Prior to enlist- ing he was employed at the Mannesmann Tube Works, Landore. Mrs. Olden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Howells, of High?treet. pontar.1 dawe, has been noHned that her husband. Pte. ny. Olden, R.G.A., wae wounded in the recent big fighting. News has been received by Mrs. Davies, 20, Argyle-street. Swansea, that her son. Jack Davies, is in hospital at Boulogne suffering from shrapnel wounds near the the-spine and shell shock. Pte. Horatio' S. Williams. Machine-gun Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Williams, Craig Fryn, Foreet, Pontardulais, who was very badly wounded recently, is now pronounced out of danger. Pte. H J. Beaumont, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Beau nont, Stepney-place, Llanelly. is in a Sheffield Hospital suffering from wounds in the right arm and hip. He has served in Italy and France. Fte. J. Dickens (22). son of Mr. S. Dickens, Rock-terrace. Mumbles, is in hospital in France with gas poisoning and pneumonia. He used to be a Red j Cross orderly at the Mumbles. Sportsmen throughout the oountry will be glad to hear that Pte. "Benny .1 Thomas, the well-known Llansamlet boxer, who was recently reported wounded and missing, has written home. News has been received that Pte. Harry Thomas, eon of Mr. and Mrs. D. Thomas, fruiterers, High-street, Llandovery, has been wounded; also Pte. J. Jones, son of Mrs. Jones. White Hart Hotel. Llan- dovery. T,oo.-epl. T. J. Jone6, Lancashire Fuei- liere, eon of Mr. Dd. Jones, builder, Lam- Esas-street, Carmarthen, has been w-onndt-d. He has had two fingers of his left hand amputated in hospital in Irrmuee. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Reee, Glynmoch Cottage, Ofanamman, have been notified that their three eons have been wounded in the recent figliting in France. They now lie in different hospitals in this country—Gunner G. Rees, of the Bird- TTand Hotel, N iz). Sergt. M Rees, in Norwich; and Sapper Tom Rees, in Hants. Pto. F. W. Gullis, Swansea. (Killed.) Pte. R. L. Williams, I Trebanos. (Missing). Pte. Archie Thomas, Land ore. (Missing.) Gunr. Wm. Curtis, I Skewen. (Killed.) Pte. Wm. J. Cooze, Plasmarl. (Missing.) Pte. Brin. Jones, I Brynamman. (Killed.) Pte. T. Westcott, Morriston. (Wounded&Missing) Pte. B. G. Rees, Britonferry. (Missing.) Lcc.-Cpl. C. H. Maw, Bonymaen. (Prisoner. ) Spr. Chas. Martin, I Brynhyfryd. (Missing.) I Pt.. Francis Cooze, Plasmarl. Wounded.) Pte. Idris Isaac, Skewen. (Prisoner.) Lcs.-Cpl. E. Jones, I Skewen. (Killed.) Spr. A. McDonald, Gorlrejrgraig. (Missing.) Corpl. Oick Bevan, I Penydre.. Neath. (D.C.M.) Pto. W. R. TOma8, ?L Ind.,?"Y. (Killed.) fto, W. H. Watkins, I Skewen. (Killed.) I Figt.-Sgt. C. Perkins, Skewen. (Died after Accident) Pte. B. Jones, j Morriston. (Killed.) Spr. R. G. Thomas, Britonferry, JD £ .M.) I Pte. Thos. Jones. ] S^onse&i, i i^Ued.) Lieut. Gwyn H Jones, Welsh Regiment. eon of the late Mr. Henry Jones, Pentyla, Aberavon and of Mrs. Jones. and brother ie. Councillor Hopkin Jones (also in the Army) has been wounded in the recent fighting. Mr. Murphy, byilder, of Ysgol^street, St. Thomas, Swansea, has received in- formation that his son, Lieutenant Murphy, is lying seriously wounded, and he and Mrs. Murphy have gone to France to see him. Fte. Gwilym M. Jones, the young Bryn- amman organist, who had his arm ampu- tated as a result of wounds received at the front, is also home, and apart from thl great lose he has sustained, looks weil and cheerful. Capt. Ivor T. Evans, D.S.O., M.C., of the South Wales Borderers, who lias been officially reported to have been wounded, is a native of Llanwrda, Carmarthen- shire, and was prior to the war a bank clerk at Rhymney. Mrs. Daniel, of 10, Verig-street, Man- ee lton, Swansea, has been informed that her son, Pte. Glyn Daniel, of the F.A.M.C., has received gunshot wounds in the face in Palestine, and is now in a base hospital at Catuma. News have been ieck-ived by Mrs. Mor- gans, 33. Tyrpenry-street, Morriston, that hei husband, Pte. Morgan Morgans, Lanes. Regiment, Las received shrapnel rounds in the left side and leg, and .t.B now in a military hospital in London. The War Office wired the Rev. W Richard, Brynffin, Ammanford, on Fri- day evening, that his eon, Lieut. Gwynne Richard had been gassed in France. Pre- vious to the war Lieut. Richard was en gsged at the office of. Mr. T. M. Evans, clerk to the Ammanford Council. l'te. Frederick Saunders, of the Welsh Regiment wiioee mother resides at New- lyn House, Middle-road, Cwmbwrla, has been admitted to hospital in France with serious injuries to the leg, chest and shoulder. Hit left leg had to be ampu- tated. Mr. and Mrs. T. Davies. 6, Winifred- road, Skewen. have been informed that their son, Pioneer Claude Davies, R.E., was wounded on April 22nd. and that he is at a ba-e hospital in France. Although only 20 years of age, he has been three years at the front. News has been received by Mr. Wm. Phillips, Bryn Horeb, Morrieton, that his son, Pte. Samnel Phillips, was wounded by shrapnel in the left hip at Ypres on April 29th, and is now in hos- pital at Leeds. He is 23 years of age. He was employed at the Forest Works. News has been received that Driver D. T. Davies..son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davies, Glandwr House, Lower Cwm- twroh, has had a finger cut off by a machine-gun bullet during the recent fighting. Corpl. Davies is a machine- gunner attached to the Monmouthshire Regiment. Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Jones, Der- venlas, Hendy, Pontardulais, have been officially informed that their son, Corpl. Emlyn Jones, Welsh Regiment, was wounded in the recent fighting, and has had to have his left arm amputated. "His arm weus the price of his life," the chap- lain writes. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, of Carlton Cot- tnge. Heathfield, Swansea, have received official intimation that their son, Sapper F. W. Arnold, lies wounded in a French hospital with shrapnel wounds in the hip. About 21 years of age, Sapper Ar- nold was, before he joined up, an operator at the General Poet Office. Sec.-lieut. Henry Lewis, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, of Heolyooed, Ynistawe, Cly- dfach, and Sec.-heut. Edgar J. Russell, South Wales Borderers, of Chestnut "V ilia, Clyda/ch, were both wounded in the recent fighting in France. Both were wcunded by shrapnel, the former in the thiwh and the latter in the calf of the Sorgt. R. H. Bevan, Pantyffynnon, was wounded in the fighting last week in 'F, ranoo, and has been admitted to hoepi- tal This is the second tini. thftt an et emy's misile h'88 found him, for, fight- ing in Galtipoli with the Welsh Regi- ment, he was struck in the foot by a Turkish bullet and rendered hore de com- bat. Official information has n received l y Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Williams, Bryn Shop. Cwmllynfeli, that their son, Pte. I Tom Wyndham Williams has been gassed and is now at a convalescent camp in France. Pte. Wiliams, who is 25 years of age, has been on active service for over two years. Prior to enlistment he was engaged at a docks office in Swansea. Official news has "teen received by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rees, Belgrave-road, Lough or. that their eon, Pte. Haydn Rees, a Loughor footballer, has been wounded in France, a piece of shrapnel pr.asing right through his left arm caus- ing a fracture of the arm. His brother. Srtt. Emlyn Rees, fell in action in the first Battle of Loos; also another brother. Pte. Bennie R-ees, has been woun0ed twice, and has returned to France. Pte. Haydn Reee is a brother to Mr. Ewart Hoes, the secretary of the Loughor Sailors' and Soldiers' Fund. -0
M I SSiNn. Pte. Dyke, Manselton Villa, Swansea, is missing since March 23rd-26th. Pte. John Wm. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. JonM. of the Lord Jersey Hotel, Swansea, is missing. Pte. Eben Francis, whose wife and family reside in Field-street. Amman- ford, is reported missing in France. Private C. W. H. Evans, husband of Mrs. Evans. 50. Old-road. Skewen, is miss- ing since 11th April, and proba.bly a pri- soner of wo,r. Gunner Harry1 Rees, son of Mrs. Rees. 2. New-road Cockett, reported missing on the 21st March, is now a prisoner of war in Germany. Pte. Gomer Grey, who belongs to the Lancashire Fusiliers. is reported to have been missing since March 21st. He is tho son of Mr. M. Grey, No. 4, Nwntyffin- road, Llansamlet. Official intimation has been received bv Mrs. Bowler, of 67. Aberdvberthi-street, Hafod. Swansea, that her husband, Sig. H Bowler, of the Oxford and Bucks Regt.,tftias been missing since March 24 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, 236, Neath-road, Landore, have received official intimation 00 the effect that their son. Private Archie Thomas, a Lewis-gunner in the Suffolk Regiment, has been posted as missing aipoe March 26tli. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lloyd, 64, Hafod- street, Swansea, have received official I news that their eon, Pte. ThomM Lloyd, has been missing since March 21st. He is 21 years of age, and was formally em- ployed at the Morfa Works. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Williams, Preswylfa, Trebanos. has received official information that their eldest eon, Pte. Rees Llewellyn Williams, of the King's Shropshire Light Infantry, is missing since the big fighting between March 23rd and 26th.
IN GERMAN HANDS. Sapper Varley, of -Newlyn House, Middle-road, Cwmbwrla, brother-in-law o. Pte. Fred. Saunders, reported in this column as wounded, is a prisoner of war in Germany. With reference to Serg*. Glyn Gethin, Rifle Briga. who was recently reported a prisoner of war, Mrs. Gethin (wlio re- Eides with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Smith, at Cartref. Neath Abbey), has reeeived a letter from a companion of her husband's, who was with him in the great of him he was holding out with a few Ilwn of his compun." the little party being entirely Surrounded by Germans. Mr. Jenkyn Waiters. Forest Hall, Pon- tlrklulair,, received official information on Saturday that his ton. Pte. D. li. Waiters Royal. Welsh Fusiliers, is a prisoner of war. Previously reported missing, Sec.-iieut. W. E. Btxidoe, Royal Welsh Fusiliere. has written to his parents at Windsor- road, Neath, 6tating that he is a pris- oner of war in Germany. Mr. and lrs. R. l'oweil. Login, Waun- ar Iwydd, have received a post card from their soil, Pte. Samuel M. Powell, from Gieben, Germany, stating that he is a prisoner of war. Prior to the war Pte. Powell was in the London and Provincial Bank in London.
SICKNESS. I Pte. Sansum, son-in-law of Mr. F.- W. Smith, 45, Hafod-st-reet, Swansea, is a prisoner of war Mrs. Murphy, 38, Brynmelyn-street, Swansea, has heard that her son, Daniel, is a prisoner of war. It is unofficially said that .-lieut. Vergette, 7, Walter-road, Swansea, is a prisoner in Germany. Pte. Sid Quicke, S. W.B., is in hospital with trench fever. He was formerly em- ployed at Thomas's Cafe, Swansea. Rifleman W. M. Griffiths, son of Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths, New Inn Shop, New Inn, Llandilo, is a prisoner of war. I After a period of great anxiety and sus- pt'nse, new., reached Mr. W. C. Williams, overseer of the Cambria Daily Leader, of Tuesday, that his c?on. S&rgt. "Willie" Williams (" Ajax "), was a prisoner of war. I Mr. David WiU.iams. 5, Smithfiekl- road, Pontardawe has received news that his <wn, Sergt. J. R. WiHiams, South African Motor Cyclists Cor, is danger- ously ill in Pretoria suffering from black water fever. News has also been received by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, Alltwen, that their son, Pioneer W. 'J. Williams, R.F.A.. but who is attached to the Royal Engineers, is also in hospital suffering from Bevere trench fever.
I DROWNED. Mrs. Margaret I hiUips, of Ihton. I Gower, has received official notification of the death at sea through drowning, of her son, Arthur Phillips, R.N. He was 32 years of age, and before enlisting in the Navy was a coachbuilder with Messrs. Fletcher and Co., Swansea. I Pte. D. E. Thomas, I Llanelly. .Il" (Wounded.) L./C. J. T. Morris, Llanelly. (Missing.) Sgt. A. J. Williams ("Bert"), of the A.S.C., who was killed by an enemy air shell while en- gaged on important gun work. The de- ceased was the eld- est son of Mr., and Mrs. Williams, of Swansea, and was previously employed as an engineer by Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Co. Much sympathy is extended towards his young wife, who now resides with her parents at Hind-street, Birkenhead. Me. Wm. Haines, Morriston. (Killed.) Pte, 01. Williams, Morriston. (Died of Wounds.)
I GRAND THEATRE, SWANSEA. I Roiriance "i-he Greatest Success of tfii; Age. Romance," the old-world Victorian dream play, is to pay a return visit next week at the Grand xheatre, Swansea, it will liu acted by the admirable company under the direction of Messrs. Murray King and Charies Clark, who have been acting together for a record tour starting in July, 191H, and piaying without a break ever since. In Manc hester, wlere Romance has playeu two seasons, one of seven and the other of nine wcoks over one hundred and forty thousand people witnessed the play at the Gaiety theatre. This is the same company, is the only one on tour, and is now in its second year of phenomenal artistic and financial success, and has already played over 700 performances. At the Lyric Theatre, in London, Romance is in its third year, is sstill. doing an immense business, and reached its 1,000th perform- ance on March 11th last. Messrs. Murray King and Charles Clark's company is headed by the t dis- tinguished I/Ondon actress Miss Frances Dillon, who plays the magnificent part of Madame Cavallini enacted in London by Miss Doris Keane. Miss Frances Dillon ¡ has had a notable London career, playing leading parts with the late Sir Herbert I Tr" at His Majesty? Theatre, with the late Sir George Alexander at the St. James', Mr. Arthur Bouchier at the Garrick, Mr. Dion Boucicault at th" Duke of York's and a host of other managers; indeed there is hardly a Lon- don Theatre in which she has not played an important part. She was Sir Herbert's leading lady at his first London Shakesperean Festival and held the same position with' him on his first ap- pearance in the music halls at the Pala" Theatre, London, experiences of which she is naturally very proud Miss Dillon brings a ripe experience, tempera- ment, and style, to the part of Madame Cavallini, in which she is said to have scored a conspicuous success. The lead- ing male role of the boyish young Rector is played by Mr. Frank Freeman with the earnest simplicity that has won him so much appreciation. Mr. Frank Lacy is at hand to give his dignified and com- mandng performances of the New York Banker, Van Tuyl; and all the obper parts are to be played by the same artistes who have distinguished them- selves previously. The scenery, the old- world costumes with the crinolines and the fashions of the time, the singing be- hind the scenes, the beautiful harp ac- companiments played by the company's harpist, Miss Muriel Boyoe, and the whole incidental musio used in the play under the direction of the well-known conductor Mr. Leonard Gautier, are all special features of the attractiveness to be found in Romance." L-
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THE SCROLL OF FAME Local Casualties in the Great Battle. I The following local casualties hav e been announced during the week: KILLED. ) Pte. Thomas Jones, of the Machine- gun Corps, was kilied in action on April I 16th lasf. Mrs. W. Smith, Kingsbridge, Go,rse-. il,OTI, has been officially informed that her husband has been killed. Mr. Joseph Williams, 38, Bryn-street, Piynhyfryd, Swansea, a ship's engineer, has lost his life at 6ea through enemy action. Pte. Daniel Williams, Yorkshire Regi- ment, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, s). Tyrpenry-sitreet, Morriston, died of wounds on April 21st. Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis. 45, Burrows- road, Skewen, received news on Friday that their son, Gunner Wm. Curtis, was killed on April 24th by a shell. New-s has been received by Mrs. Davies, 88: Neath-road, Morriston. that her hue- band, Pte. John Davies, of the East Lanes., was killed in action on March 21st. News lias been received by Mrs. Budding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams. 25. Gwydr-creseent, Swansea, that her husband hue been killed in action. News has been received by Mr. R. M\ Thomas, 72. High-«treet, Llandovery, that his son, Pte. W. R. Thomas, Welsh Regiment, was killed in action in France on April 23rd. Pte. Ernest Wild, Machine-gun Corps, fourth son of Mr and Mrs. Thos. Wild, Angel House, Kidwelly, was killed in action in France on the 13tli of las-t month, aged 23. Lance-Corporal James Evans. Royal Engineers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, Glanyrafon, Ystradgynlais, has succumbed to wounds received on his first day in the trenches. Mrs. Colburn, 100, Marlborough-road, Swansea, has received a letter from an officer in the Royal Engineers, stating that her husband, Corpl. Charles Col- burn, has died of wounds. I News has been received by Mrs. Jones, 187, Pentrepoeth-road, Morriston, that her eon, Pte. Brynmor Jones, King's Shropshire L.I., was killed in action in France on March 25th. Mrs. Hadley, Fishguard Arms, Strand. Swansea, has received news that her son. Pte. D. T. Jones, o* Llandilo, the well- known horea trainer and jockey, was killed in France on March 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Williams, of 18, Sea View-terrace. Swansea, heard on Mon- day evening that their nephew, Lieut. Ralph Davies of the R.A.F., bad been fatally injured in an accident. « Mrs. Watkins, Newall-road, Moore- town, Skewen. has been informed of the fleath in action in France of her husband, Pte. William H. Watkins, Welsh Regi- ment, on the morning of April 18th. Pte. Daniel Williams, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Williams, of No. 9, Tyr- penry-street, Morriston. died of wounds on April 21st. He was 18 years of age and was employed at the Duffryn Works. Lancc-Corporal S. G. Gibbons. Machine Gun Corps, son-in-law of Mr. F. W. Bet- teridge Cwnulu, Cwmhwrla (Messrs. Hutchins and Co. Ltd., Wind-etrcet, Swansea), was killed on March 21st. Mrs. Thomas, Cae Bailey, Mt. Pleasant, Swansea, received a letter from a chap- Swansea, received a letter informing her of the death in action of her son, Gunner C. Thomas. The letter was dated May 1st. Mrs. Crocombe, of Church-street, Cower ton. has received official intima- tion that her son, Sergt. S. Crocombe, of t. the King's Royal Rifles, has been killed in action during the recent offensive. Gunner Frank Harvey, son of Mr. J. Harvey, blacksmith at the Pantyffynnon Colliery, is officially reported to have died of wounds in France. He was well- known in Ammanford as an enthusiastic physical culturiet. News has been received by Mrs. Bowler, 67, Abordyberthi-stieet, Swansea, that her husband. Corpl. Harry Bowler, of the Oxford and Bucks Regiment, who had 'n posted as missing since March 24th, has been killed. Private Oliver Evans, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, son cj Mrs. Evans, Grey- hound House, Lady-street, Kidwelly, and Fte. Mervyn Jones, eon of Mr. and ir". David Jonee, also of Lady-street, have made the supreme sacrifice. Pte. Willie Davies, youngest son of Mrs. Davies, Green Castle. Llanstephan- road, near Carmarthen, has died from wounds in hospital in France. He was 2't years of age. Recently his mother visited him in hospital in France. News has been received by Miss S. Fisher, 6, Morfydd-fitreet, Morriston. that Pte. W. Haines was killed in action in France on April 18th. He was 35 years o* age. He was pieviously employed at the. Upper Foreet Galvanising Dept. Pte. F. W. Gullis, of the Cheshire Regiment, eon of Mr. Gullis, 16, Bryn- street, Brynhyfryd. Swansea, was killed in action on April 22nd. He was 19 years of age, and prior to enlistment was em- ployed at the Mannesmann Tube Works. News has just been received by Ins. David Williams, G.W.R., High-street Station, of 22, Bellerue-street, Swansea, of the death at sea by enemy action of his youngest son, Arthur Williams, aged 18, who was in the last year of his ap- prenticeship on eea. Pte. J. J. Morris, Royal Welsh Fusi- tiers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris, 46. Catherine-street, Carmarthen, has died from woands at a clearing station m France. He was 19 years of age, and joined the Army in January, 1915. when he was only 16 years of age. Mr. and Mrs W. J. Pasooe, of No. 8, lidkerman-street, St. Thomas, has re- ceived offiew information that their eon, Iæe.pl. G. p. has been killed in? action on April 16th. Lce.-cpl. Pascoe, who only attained his 20th birthday last December, was wounded at Mametz Wood Mrs. Williams, 11, Williamg-strect, I Pontardulais, has received official notiti- cation that her son, Pte. Ivor Carlyle Williams, Cheshire Regiment, died of wounds on the 29th April. His father, Pte. John Williams, is also on active ser- vice, and another son is a sergeant in the Tank Corps. rl Mr. Stride, of the Glamorgan Farm School, Neath, has received official in- formation that his son. Pte. Harold Stride. Welsh Regiment, died of wounds during the recent fighting in France. Pte. Stride, who was 19 years of age, worked at Port Talbot Steel Works in the cleri- cal department. News has been received of the death in action in the recent fighting of Gunner Thomas C. Stereos, R.G.A. Deceased, who joined up in October. 1916, was 31 years of age, and worked at the Fuel Works before the war. He leaves a widow and two children at 3ft, Wcrnfa-wr- rofvd, Port Tennant. Ncrws has been received of the death in action on the Western front of Pte. W. A. Watts, of the King's Liverpool Regi- ment. Deceased, who was 19 years of age, wius employed before joining up at tliV Emlyn Colliery, Penygroes. He was a son of Mr. Edgar Watts, coachman at Ptrk Ifemrr, ￼ ￼ .??.<?.' T-??' ?.? Gunner W. Price, R.G .A., Garndifo, Letterston, Pem., has been killed in action in France. News has been received in Swansea that Lieut. Donald Anderson who, for some time was engaged at Messrs. A. T. Agius' office at the Swansea Docks, was killed in action in France on April 27th. His brother-in-law wa6 the late Mr. Eraser, who at one time was manager of the Swansea Dry Docks, and he has a sister residing in Breoou, Regarding the death in France of Sergt. T H. Reea. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, letters received from tar-3d of his friends show he was wounded in the left <*rm, but while being carried to the dressing station wae again struck in the chest by a piece of shell, death being almost instantaneous. He served under the local Educa- tion Authority at Waun Wen School prior to his enlistment. He was the eld- est son of Mr and Mrs. Ev<tn Rees, 32, ¡ Convent-street, Swansea.