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THE LATE DR. PARRY. Arrangements for the Funeral Ceremony. The funeral of the late Dr. Joseph Parry Will take place at three o'clock on Saturday at Penarth. The officiating ministers will be the BeT. J. Gwilym Jones, pastor of the Ohristchurch Congregational Church, Pen- arth; the Rev. H. Elvet Lewie, London; and the Bev. Rowland Williams ("Hwfa Mon"). A memorial servioe will be held at Christ- church on Sunday evening. The following. will be the order of the procession at the fu.néral Medical men. MinisteM and repNJÃentives of &II denominations. Deacons of Christ Church (Congregational), Penarth. Penaath Commit-tee. Governors and Council of University College. Cardiff Technical Committee. Staff of University College and Technical School. Studente of College and Technical School. Dr. Parry's pupils. Representatives of National Eisteddfod. Representatives of Local Bodies. United Choirs. Hearse. Family. Tribute from Mld-Rhondda Orchestral Society The Mid-Rbondda Orohestifal Society at their weekly practice yesterday passed a resolution of condolence with the widow and relatives of the late Dr. Joseph Parry. Mr. A. A. Leqk, in proposing the resolution, referred to the lack of recognition of the late com- poser's gifts by his own countrymen, and said that it was only now that he had passed away they were able to realise the greatness of the man who had lived among them for the past 50 years. Pontypridd United Choir At the close of the usual week-night practice last evening, the Pontypridd United Choir passed the following vote of condolence with Mrs. Parry and family, and afterwards termi. nated the proceedings by singing How happy and blest are they who have endured afflic- tion" (Mendelssohn's St. Paul") and the immortal "Aberystwyth to the words "Iesu, cyfaill f'enaid ou":â"That we, the officers and members of the Pontypridd United Choir, offer to Mrs. Parry and family our most sincere and respectful sympathy in their sad bereavement. We cannot help feeling that Wales has lost a true friend and unerring leader, and Cymru Fad' is bereft of one of its noblest sonsâone who always held his native land in the very core of his heartâand how sadly we shall miss him now that he has taken his last ffarwel.' It will probably be remembered that Dr. Parrr conducted two of his own works, CeridWen and Nebuchad- nezzar," when performed with great success by the above choir on Ohristmas and Boxing days, 1901âthe first time the former work was done in Wales. Cardiff University College At a meeting of the court of governors of the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire at Cardiff this afternoon, Dr. Edwards presiding, votes of condolence were passed with the families of the late Dean Howell, Dr. Joseph Parry, and Alderman S. A. Brain.âThe Rev. Principal Edwards thought it would be a most fitting tribute to have the walls of the college graced with the photos of the two first-named gentlemen, who had been so prominently connected with Wales, and this Mr. Richard Cory, to the great approval of everyone present, promised should be done at his expense as a mark of his high esteem and regard for the two departed gentlemen. I Memorial 8ervice at Penarth A memorial service will be held at Ohriøt I Church, Penarth, on Sunday evening, con- ducted by the Rev. Gwilym Jones, the pastor. It will partake of a choral character.

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