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204th YEAR of the OFFICE. SUN FIRE OFFICE Q aj j? ? iiu? Ur I lu? fhe Otttast tnsu"ance CR?ae :n the World â¢â¢â¢ L: r:¡ 1'; insurances EflfeotecJ on the Following C} ifililtt a FIRE DAMAGE, Resultant Loss of Kent and Profits. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. PERSONAL ACCIDENT, SICKNESS, AND DISEASE, FIDELITY GUARANTEE, BUR-GLAEY, P L A. T. F, GLASS. Swansea Office:â VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 7 and 8, OXFORD STREET. TOM A DAVIES. District Inspector. COWER LADY'S FUNERAL. At St. Dityd's Parish Church, Ilston, on "Wednesday,, the funeral of the late Mrs. William Duvim. one (,f the oldest members of the parish, took pLaoe. The Ro-v. J. Veale Roberts, Vicar ot St. Illtyd's, officiated. The docoased, who was 85, was a member of an old Gower bmil., highly' respected in the Peninsular, and had been nil in- habitnnt of the parish of Ilston all her life. Her husbard predeceased her 22 years &-() She leaver four daughters and one so a. The mourners were Mrs. and Mr. W. Jones, Mrs. and Mr. Geo. Jones, Mrs. and Mr. D. "Walters. Mrs. and Mr. H. JOIICN (daughters and sons-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. W. Davjey (son and daughter- in-law), Mrs. M. Jonas, Mi's. B. Bey-, noji, Mrs. L. (Griffiths, Misses C. Jones, B. M. Jones. F. Da vies, M. Daviise, 0. Davies and Maggie Davies (grand- daughters), Messrs. W. Jones, Ben Jonos, W. DaV1, H. Join* W. Jones, J}. Jcne>s and Ivor Jones (grandsons), Othfr? presmt mcluded Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon, Mr and Mrs. D. Hm-rl? ?KiUibion). M?. Jcifrics (CrichÃm), (kill' b ]on), Mrs B Ban?cs (P?macn), Mrs. Gihbs (f??rton). M<'?.?. Arthur and Alec Puddicombe (Swansea). Gen. Greening CKillay), W. Jeffreys. R. 'Williams, W. West and E. Price. ?j?m??. Ro?aves !n 48 hou?a: dr;¡n:e::ncIlL cof the l;ri¡lar; Oraf\$. \1I>e't'i\Jr to Copiba, Cubs 2nd Iniet:tious. Cl1re rapicily, leaves no or bad effect.>. Of all Chemists or pa5t free for SIG from j WILCOX CO."(DepL 4 ) 40, Hayntorket. Landon. S. NV. CARMARTHENSHIRE SOCIETY 101 N N E R. The Cardiff. and Dietrict Car- marthenshire Society's second annual dinner was highly sucoeesful. Sir Jameb llills.Johne.t:. i G.C.E., V. C., of Doiau-j oi' Ikii?7iii- oothi, presided, and the guest of the evening was Mr. W. I.lowelyn Wil- liams, K.C., M.P. (the Recorder of Swansea). There wore also presont tlie Lord Mayor of Cardiff (Aidecrmaoi J. Robin- bqh), Dr. J. Lynn Thomas, C.H., Sir liichaid Mathius, Dr. R. PritcJiarcl, the Rev. W. W. Poole Hughes, Llandovery, Alderman J. T. Rdchaids. Messrs. J. L. Morgjui cwo F. Forsdikc, J. A. Jmtic?, H.r?1w., F. T. DuneMi. K W etha?oM, David WiUiams (the Chief Constable of Cardiff), W. Davies, J. Bowolt W. T. Sajnuel, 0. W. Owen (Pivisional OfBeer for "Wales of tho Labour Exchfujg^), J. D. Hughes (Aberdare), W. Thomas (Aberdare), W R. Edrauodii (Mertliyr), Evan Jane* f( 'ftrdili). the Rev. E. T, Davies (Pn a/tih), CounoiDor A. G. Howell (Caidiif). A|d«rma.n John Morgan (Merthyr), Mr. E. J. Hr,yward, Mr. E. Pugh Joma, and others. Mr. Llewelyn Williams spoke on the e,ceat man of Um

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