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ABERDARE. THE LATE MISS DAVIES—The funeral of Miss Davies, of the West of England Bank, took place on Saturday. Her remains were taken to Cefn cemetery. The funeral was strictly private. THE CABINET MAKERS AND THE NINE HOURS MOVE- MENT.—We are informed that Mr. Eslick, cabinet-maker, has without solicitation, adopted the nine hours move- ment, and on Saturday last he made an advance of ten per cent, in the wages of all the men in his employ. MINISTER AND CONGREGATION.—The Abernant congre- gation of Baptists assembled in the chapel in large num- bers on Friday night to pay a mark of respect to their minister, the Rev. J. F. Davies. In the course of the evening a very eulogistic address to Mr. Davies was read and presented to him. It was beautifully written on silk and elegantly framed. As a more substantial mark of good will there was presented to him a fine gold watch and chain value £ 20, by Mr. Evan Evans, in the name of the congregation. Mr. Davies replied in a suitable and touching speech. Addresses were delivered by the Revs. J Llovd (chairman), T. Humphreys, D. R. Jenkins, T. A. Pryce, T. John, W. Samuel, T. Mathier, and C. Griffiths.' In the course of the evening the proceedings were nicely varied and enlivened by a selection of music. The meeting was a very pleasing one, and was concluded by a vote of thanks to the chairman- .1

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