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LOCAL BOARD ELECTION.

SPECIALEEALTH PRECAUTION AT…

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FOOTBALL.

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AT PORTHCAWL. VISIT OF HER MAJESTY'S GUNBOAT FOXHOUND. This boat anchored off Porthcawl on Monday morning, and landed a party of bluejackets with the effects of a coastguard, who has come from the North to take up the position of chief boat- man, rendered vacant by the promotion of JiIr. Veal to Rhyl. FUNERAL OF MIlS. REES JONES. The remains of the late Mrs. Jones, wife of Mr. Rees Jones, late manager of Tylorstown Colliery, were interred at Newton Churchyard on Saturday, the 4th inst. The funeral, which was private, left the residence of Mr. Hopkins, The Vineries, at twelve, noon, in the following order —First carriage, the Rev. W. Jones, lector. Newton Dr. Alexander, Porthcawl (who attended deceased through her illness), and Mr. Lill, New- ton hearse and bearers. Second carriage, Mr. Jones (husband), Mrs. Hopkins (sister). Mr. Hopkins (brother-in-law), and Miss Williams (grand-daughter). Third carriage, Mr. A. T. Jones (son) and Mrs. A. T. Jones, Mrs. Williams (daughter), and Mr. Williams. Fourth carriage, Messrs. F. and H. Jones (grandsons), and Mr. F. Wheatley (Neath). Several beautiful wreaths were sent by relatives and friends, and much sympathy was shown towards the bereaved husband and family. The funeral arrangements were satisfactorily carried out by the undertaker, Mr. Evan Thomas, Newton.

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