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Ystrad. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah. Carter (65), the wife of Mr. Thomas Carter, an official for over 30 years at the Ocean Collieries, Ystrad, took place on Saturday last at Treorchy Cemetery, the officiating minister being the Rev. D. J. Davies, Hope Baptist Chapel, Gelli. Deceased was a regular and faithful attendant at Hope Baptist Chapel, and highly re- spected in the district, and her loss will be mourned by many friends and family, especially, where she had proved a, good wife and mother. The coftin was of un- polished eak, with special brass mount- ings. On the breastplate, richly en- graved, was the following: Sarah Carter, died March 2nd, 1900; aged 65 years." The mourners were Mr. Thomas Carter (husband); Mr. George Carter, M.E., Treha-rrisi (son); Mr. and Mrs. Ben Carter) (son and daughter-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. S. Carter (son and daughter- in-law); Mr. J. Carter (son); Misses K. and G. Carter (daughters); Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jenkins (son-in-law and daughter); P..S. and Mrs. A. England, Birmingham City Force (son-in-law and daughter); Misses Minnie and Elsie Jenkins (grand- daughters) Master Arthur Jenkins Hilda) and Oswald England (grand- children) Tommy and Willie Carter (grandsons); Miss J. Lewis, Caerphilly (sister); Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Penygraig (brother-in-law and sisteri); Mr. and Mrs. T. Jones, New Tredegar; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davies, Risca; Mr. and Mrs. J. Davies. Hisca: Mr. and Mrs. T. Jones, Ynyshir; Messrs. W. and D. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. J. Powell and Mrs. M. A. Williams (nephews and nieces). Beautiful floral tribuies were sent by the following:âMr. T. Carter (husband); Mr. John Carter (son); Misses Kate and Gaynor Carter; Mr. and Mrs. A. England, Birmingham; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Carter Misses Minnie, Elsie, and Master Arthur Jenkins; Mr. and Mrs. Stark, Ysitrad; Messrs. Sharpe Bros., fruiterers, Treorchy. The funeral arrange- ments were conducted by Messrs. Howell Williams and Son, undertakers, Ystrad- lihondda. A popular lecture was given at Bod- l ingallt Chapel on Wednesday evening of last week by the crowned bard, the Rev. R. Silyn Roberts, M.A., Blaenau Festiniog, on The Prophet Amos and His Social Problems." In the absence of Mr. Evan Roderick, Clydach Vale, Mr. W. Phippen occupied the chair, The annual meetings were held at Horeb (Welsh-Wesleyan), Ystrad-Rhondda, on Saturday, Sunday and Monday last, when the following divines officiated:- The Revs. Hugh Hughes, Old Colwyn; and R. Arthur Jones. Caerau, Maes-teg1. The meetings were well attended through- out, and collections were made at each gathering towards the liquidation of the ] debt.

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