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ABERDARE MILITARY FUNERAl. I On Thursday, the remains of the late Lieut. Jack Allen, 10 Bankes Street, were interred it the Aberdare Cemetery. The mourners were Mrs. Allen, widow; Harriet, Jackie and Daisy, children; Ur. and Mrs. G. H. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen, Mrs. S. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. G. Strickland, brothers and sisters; Willie and Ivor Strickland, Joseph Al- len, nephews; Messrs. T. Oliver, J. Al- len, II. Allen, Treorchy, and T. Jones, Ferndale, uncles; Messrs. James, Jack, Tom and Geo. Oliver, Percy, David and Tom Jones, nephews; Mr & Mrs J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. Oliver, Tylorstown, cousins; and Mr. Jack Strickland, bro- ther-in-law. The first part of the Burial Service was liet(I at St. Elvan's Churth. The Tver. J. L. Phillips," B.A., officiated. The coffin was draped with the Union Jack, and bore the deceased's uniform. The Llwydcoed Band played the Dead March en route to the ceme- tery. At the close of the burial rites three volleys were fired over the grave and the Last. Post was sounded. Wreaths were sent lJy: (1) Widow and c Inldren; I (2) Barents; (3),Betty and Bert; (4) Town Brewery; (5) Town Brewery Em- ployees; (6) Conservative Club; (7) Lily; (8) Ferndale relatives; (9) Friends; (10) Neighbours. Local officers acted as bearers. ITis brother Charlie is indis- posed, and was unable to be present.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

ABERCWMBOI ' JOTTINGS.

THE BUTE ESTATE.

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