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DEATH OF MRS. RODERICK, LLWYNBERLLAN.

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DEATH OF MRS. RODERICK, LLWYN- BERLLAN. We regret to ainoulice the demise of MTS. Anne Roderick, the wife of Mr. David Roo- erick, of liwynfberllan, near this town, which sad evenit occurred late on Friday evening last.. The deceased, who was 61 years of age. had been in failing health for the past eight months, and the end was hardly unexpected. Sbe was medically at- tended during her illness by Dr. Hugh Tay- or. The deceased lady was bom at Dolan- hirkm, and was a sister of Mr. David Evans, J.P., Llangennedh Park. Great sympathy is felt for the bereaved widower, and Miss Madge Roderick, the only surviving child. The funeral took place on Tuesday last., and being of a public nature. was attended by a large and representative assemblage. The interment was at Tynewydd, Cilycwm. Amidst universal signs of sorrow, the mortal remains of the late Mrs. Anne Rod- erck, the esteemed wife of Mr. Dd. Rod- erick, of Llwynberllan, and sister to Mr. D. Evans. J.P., Llangenmech Park, were interred at Tynewydd, Cilycwm, on Tupes- day afternoon" last. The funeral, being of a public character, was very largely attended, tihe re bein g pres eint no less t han 30 vehi cles conveying agriculturalists and other resi- dents in the neighbourhood in addition to many others on foot. The mourners were: 1,st. coach: Miss Sarah Evans, Miss Madge Roderick, Mr. David Roderick, Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Evans, Iiangennech Park 2nd coach Mr. Morton Evans, Mr. James Jones (Y Dolau), Mr. David Evans (St. Clears), and Mr. Morgan Walters (Uandrindod Wells); 3rd cca-oh Mr. Emrys Evans, Mr. Joseph (Llangenmech), Mr. Llewellyn (Car- marthen), and MT. Tom Evans (St. Clears); 4th coach: Mr. Price (Court Farm. Aber- edw), and Mr. Rees Evans (Penrhos, Aber- ga-venny); 5th coooh: Ald. J. R. James (Albert House) and Mr. J. James (Maesy- coed). Dr. Taylor, Llandovery (medical atten- dant), was amongst the general public. At the residence of the deceased lady, the Rev. D. Davies, Viicar of Cilycwm, read a portion of Scripture, and prayed. Prayers were a^so offered bv the Revs. H. Tfor James and T. Phillips (Silch). Dr. T. E. Thomas then delivered a brief and pathetic sermon, the discourse closing with the renderirig or a well-known hymn. At the graveside the Rev. T. Phillips was the officiating minis- ter, and made very touching allusions to the Christian c-hajracter of the deceased. Numerous floral tributes were placed on th.9 grave, sent by sorrowing relatives and friends. Mr. D. Perrott, Waterloo House, acted as undertaker. LLANDOVERY IMPROVEMENT COM- MITTEE. A meeting of the Working Committee of the Town Improvements Committee was held at the Town Hall on Friday evening, under the presidency of Aid. C. P. Lewis, Llandingat, to further discuss the arrange- ments for next Whit-Monday. The Music Committee recommended the following test piece for soloists — Soprano, Hear ye Israel contralto, "As it fell upon a day"; tenor, "Can y Bardd wrth fawr"; and bass, "The Wan- derer." The report was unanimously adopted. The selection of a hymn tune was dele- gated to a committee of four. Mrs. M. H. Nichols, Upton House, Llan- dovery and Mr. J. Harries Thomas, D'an- dilo, were appointed as accompanists. It was resolved to include ^in the pro- gramme a carnival, and also competitions in timbering, ambulance, and quoiting; in addition to the contests already decided upon for brass bands, choirs, and soloists. The treasurer, Mr. D. Edgar Williams, presented an abstract of his accounts rela- tive to last year's oontest6, which present- ed the satisfactory surplus of £ 44 12s. 6d. YSTRAD RENT AUDIT. The Michaelmas half-yearly rent audit of the Ystrad estate, the property of Mrs. Jef- freys Owen, was held at the Castle Hotel, on Tuesday last, when the rents were per- sonally received by the landlady, who also entertained her tenantry to an admirable dinner, catered by Hostess Morgan.

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WOOLWICH SHAKEN.

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