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I Roll of Honour I I TWO BROTHERS. I Pte. J. E. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, 4, Mill-lane, was admitted to hospital on September 14tli suffering from fever. On the previous day, his brother, Pte. W. G. Williams, S.W. Borderers, was also removed to hospital, dangerously wounded, and died a few hours later. The parents have re- ceived a letter of sympathy from the chaplain, and the following communica- tion is from his matron:—"I am sorry to have to tell you th,lt your son, Pte. W. G. Williams died in this hospital to- l day. He had lie en badly wounded in the i chest and abdomen, and was beyond all earthly 'help at the time of* admission, and died a few hours later. Everything possible was done for him, and he had no pain. I do not think ho realized how badly he was wounded, and passed away quietly without leaving auy message." Prior to enlisting, deceased was em- j f-lev ed at the Pembrey Munition Works. Pte. John James, 11th Welsh Regt., son of Mr. Joseph J ames, rOllnt Pleasant, has died of wounds in France, where he had been only five weeks. Prior; to the war Pte. James, who was 29 -,vears of age, was employed as an assistant at the Home and Colonial shop. The young- soldier was married only two months; ago. He had a brother, Pte. D. James, i'l the same regiment as himself.

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