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ABERAMAN LOCAL SOLDIER. Private William John Davies, of the 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment, is stationed at Weston-super- mare. Writing home to his wife and six children at 374 Cardiff Road, he says he is alright and in good training. He will soon be readv for the front. OBITUARY. We regret to chronicle the sudden death of Mrs. Mary Jane George, wife of Mr. Tom George, steward of the Aberaman Original Band Institute, which 6ccurred on Sunday morning last. Deceased was in her 51st year. She leaves a husband and two daughters, with whom much sympathy is felt. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. On Tuesday evening Mr. T. J. Milsom, Cynon Street, read a stimulating paper on "Botany." Mr. Tom Bowen presided. The reader explained the science of botany in its various phases. In the dis- cussion that followed the following took part:âMessrs. J. A. Prince, John Davies (gardener), T. M. Lloyd (secretary), T. O. Osmond, and the chairman. On the proposition of Mr. J. A. Prince, second- ed by Mr. John Davies, a vote of thanks was accorded the lecturer. BILLIARDS. On Tuesday evening at the Aberaman Institute the return match between the Cwmaman Institute Boys and Aberaman Institute Boys was played, when the latter won by 102. Scores: Aberaman: Richard Davies, 100; Edwin Morris, 100; Tal Davies (captain), 100; D. J. Jones, 100; Johnny Williams, 100; C. Finn, 66; J. Morgan, 100; Samuel Hodges, 91; total, 757. Cwmaman: Owen Evans, 52; T. J. Davies. 88; E. J. Protheroe, 75; Archie Jones, 75; Charlie Whately, 76; E. H. Daniel. 100; Rees Owen, 89; Will Hop- kins. 100; total, 655. DEATH AND INTERMENT. We re- gret to announce the death of Mrs. Naomi Rosser, wife of Mr. Gomel* Rosser, 222 Cardiff Road, blacksmith employed at the Aberaman P.D. Works, which occurred on Thursday last. De- ceased, who was 42 years of age, was a highly respected inhabitant. She was a native of Pembrokeshire. Shp leaves a husband, three sons, and three daughters. The interment took place on Monday at the Aberdare Cemetery. The Rev. Llewelyn Davies, curate, performed the obsequies. The principal mourners were: Husband; Messrs. Willie and Allen Rosser, eons; Tom Allen, Treharris, brother; Roger Phillips, Stepaside, Pembrokeshire; Willie Rich- ards, Stepaside; Willie J. Davies, Glyn- OlTwg. and Ted Evans, Aberaman, brothers-in-law. A beautiful wreath was sent by the Aberaman P.D. smiths ind also a bouquet by Mrs. E. M. Hann. T-IV A RVTT A TnrrxriTP A T. U-. Jane Bowen (widow), 39 Commercial Place, mother of Mr. William Bowen, secretary of the Aberaman Lodge of the Bristol and West of England Society, succumbed on Wednesday last to a paralytic seizure. She had lived the whole of her life in the district, and was highly respected. Four sons and a daughter are left to mourn their loss. The interment took place on Monday at the Aberdare Cemetery, the Rev. S. Windram, P.M. minister, officiating. The chief mourners were: First coach, Mrs. W. E. Llewelyn, daughter; Mrs. James Bowen, Mrs. Charles Bowen, and Mrs. Arthur Bowen, daughters-in-law; 2nd coach, Mrs. Cook. grand-daughter; Mrs. Catherine Jones, Swansea; Misq Davies, Morriston, and Mrs. W. C. Jenkins, nieces; and Mrs. F. Neale, friend; 3rd coach, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Powell. Mrs. J. Parry, and Mrs. B. Jones, friends. Following the cor- j tege were: Messrs. William Jamee, Charles and Arthur Bowen, sons; Mr. J W. E. Llewelyn, eon-in-law; Mr. Cook, £ Willie and James Bowen, grandsons; 1 William Barnett, nephew, and Frank. Neale. The bearers were: Messrs. Frank Gay, Thomas Cox, Phil Davies, Jack Parry, William Davies. Ben Jones, Morgan, and Charles Williams. CINDERELLA.. At the Lesser Hall on Wednesday evening a Cinderella dance took place. The M.C. was Mr. George Lewis. The music was supplied bv Messrs. Tom Williams, pianist, and Austin Williams, violinist. Among those present were: Messrs. John Finn, Sam Pasko W. Henry Evans, Aberaman; Sam Stephens, W. John Evans, Tom Thomas, William James, J. H. dones, Jim Thomas, A. Williams, Joseph Parry, Will Morris, Tom Bevan, Charles Evans, W. Evans, Aberdare; L. Jones and Evan Davies, Cwmdare; Baldwin Smith, An- eurin Jenkins, Arthur Smith, George Panniers, Cwmaman; A. Griffiths, P. Jones, Jack Williams, W. Burrows Evan Bateman, Walter Morris, Will Vaughan, W. Evans, Aberaman; Rich- ard Williams, Johnny Curnow, Cwm- bach; Sam Hilburn, J. Henry James, W. Thomas, Evan AVilliams, Jim Moss, and Will Meredith, Misses Lizzie Davies, Cwmdare; Alvira Jones, Cwmdare; Katie Jones, Aberaman; Katie Thomas Maggie Price, Louisa Wilcox, J. Rees, Nellie Evans, Mary Thomas, Rachel AVilliams, Annie lane, Maggie Griffith^ Katie Ann Jones, Maggie Evans, Hannaf Yoking, Beatrice Pyke, Gwladys Howells, j Dinah Davies, Mary Davies, Trecynon; Rosie Bennett, Ethel Evans, Mary Davies. Abercwmboi; Miss Thyres, Miss Rees, Aberdare; Miss J. Harries, Misses M. Bowen, Katie Williams, A. Evans, and Rachel Phillips. The committee were: Messrs. W. Smith, secretary; George Lewis, chairman; Baldwin Smith, Dick Williams, and George Panniers.

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