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A TREHARRIS BANKRUPT.

SUNDAY TRADING AT MERTHYR.

DOWLAIS.

MERTHYR SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION

THE SUNDAY CLOSING QUESTION.

FUNERAL OF AN OLD MISKIN RESIDENT.

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FUNERAL OF AN OLD MISKIN RESIDENT. One of the oldest residents of Miskin was. on Thursday last conveyed to his last resting place at Pant, near Dowlais. Wo refer to Mr. William Gravel, who for some years had been laid up suffering from bronchitis. Deceased, who was a quiet man, was 66 years of age, and was well knownjand highly respected in the place. The funeral party, although having to travel the long distauce of 30J miles to and fro, was accompanied by a large number of friends, the wholo of the way. The Rev. R. Thomas, Independent minister, Penrhiwceiber, also accom- panied the mourners, and officiated at the graveside. Mr. Wiltshire, Oxford-street, supplied the whole of the coaches, eight in number, and the hearse, which ip a, new one, And only arrived from Birmingham on the morning of the fuuenU.

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