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Aberdare Bankruptcy Court.

ABERDARE! BUILDERS' BIG DEFICIENCY.

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The late Mr. John Williams

Interment of Mr. T. Thomas.

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Interment of Mr. T. Thomas. The funeral of Mr. T. Thomas, Tyny- wern, took place on Tuesday, the iiiteriiient. being at Groeswen. The fun- eral cortege started from Bryngafel, Tre- cynon, at 11 o'clock, a short service having been first conducted by Rev. H. A. Davies, Cwmaman. In the cortege there was a large representation of min- isters, together with many of the leading public men in the district. The follow- ing were the mourners —First coach, Dr. T. W. Thomas, J.P., Caerphilly (son), Rev. and Mrs. J. Grawys Jones (son-in- law and daughter); Mr. W. Humphreys, Bryncelyn, Aberdare (brother-in-law). Second carriage, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Lloyd, Ynysybwl; Mrs. James Jones, Trecynon; Rev. C. Tawelfryn Thomas, Groeswen. Third coach, Mr. Elias Mali- phant, Merthyr; Mrs. Lock, Cardiff; R. Maliphant, Merthyr; and W. Thomas, Cardiff.-The body was borne to and from the hearse at Aberdare by deacons of Ebenezer and Cana, Messrs. D. L. Ed- munds, W. Humphreys, Benj. Gwynne, J. Lewis (grocer), Edward I.ewis, John Teague, James Jones, Ebenezer Watts, W. E. Thomas, Morgan Davies, Evan Hopkins, Owen Williams, John John, John Richards, Joseph Williams; and- at Groeswen by the deacons of Groeswen and Nantgarw Church. At Groeswen the scrvice was conducted by the pastor, Rev. T. Tawelfryn Thomas. Rev. W. S. Davies, Lhvydcoed, offered prayer, and the Rev. Tawelfryn Thomas read resolu- tions of sympathy from the church at Sardis, Pontypridd, and Bryn Seion Cal- vinistic Methodist Church, Aberdare. Addresses were delivered by Rev. J. Wil- liams, Hafod; Mr. Josiah Thomas, of Liverpool; Rev. W. Edwards, of Brent- ford; Sir Alfred Thomas, M.P.; Dr. W. T. Edwards, J.P., of Cardiff; Mr. Tllo, Thomas, Adamstown, Cardiff; and Rev. D. Silvn Evans, Aberdare.—At the grave the Rev. T Tawelfryn Thomas pro- nounced the benediction, and the hymn, Bvdd Myrdd o Ryfeddodau," was im- pressively" sung by the vast concourse. The funeral arrangements were entrust- ed at Aberdare to Councillor D. Tyssul Davies, and at Caerphilly to Mr. W. Evans.

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