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THE PLYMOUTH CRISIS.

THE MERTHYR BOARD AND THEI…

MERTHYR WOMEN'S LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.

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CEFN. MORIAH.—A meeting, carried on mainly by the young people, was held at the above chapel on Thurs day evening last. Capital songs weie rendered, and the recitations were excellent. A FAR}rER'¡ Loss. Two valuable horses, belonging to the Jenkinses of Ffrwd Ganol Farm, were, about nine days ago, attacked by influenza in its most violent form, and it spite of the most careful treat- ment both died The owners, we are sure, will receivn the sincere sympathy of their numerous friends in this heavy loss. DEATHS.—A little boy, the son of Mr. Thomas Lewis, Field-street, succumbed last week to typhoid fever. As soon as the doctors discovered the raturc of the complaint, the little fellow was removed to the Merthyr Fever Hospital, where lie died. His remains were interred in the Vaynor Churchyard last Sundav afternoon in the presence of a large concourse of people.—Death has removed another well-known character in Cefn in the person of Evan Rees, collier, High-street. Poor Rees bore a long and must pain- ful illness with the greatest resignation, and all the efforts of his medical advisers were of no avail in alleviating his agonies. He was a most quiet person with a ho.it of friends who deeply mourn his loss. His mortal lemains were burieu on Mondav after- noon, at the Hen Dy Cwrdd burial ground, the Revs. W. B. Griffiths and J. Hathren Davies officiating. The funeral was a very large one.

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