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Cwmbach. AIR RIFLE MATCH. On Monday evening last an air rifle shooting match was held at the Ship and Castle, when a large number of competitors entered. In the semi-final there was some close shooting, Messrs. Gomer Stephens, Aber- a man, and W. Roach, Cwmbach, coming ties with 31 each. In the final, 'however, the standard of the shooting fell off con- siderably, and the result in the end wa.s: 1st (winner of gold medal), Mr. W. Roach, 29; 2nd (silver medal), Mr Gomer Stephens, 28; 3rd (silver medal), Mr. Bert Haslow. INTERMENT.—On Thursday last the funeral of Mrs. Gwenllian Hughes took place at the Aberdare Public Cemetery. The deceased was but 34 years of age, and was the wife of Mr. John Hughes, Panty- blodau, and the daughter of Mrs. Jen- kins, Margaret-street, Trecynon. She had made many friends at Cwmbach, and her departure will be keenly felt, par- ticularly in Church circles. There was a large concourse of people present, and the choir of Bryn Seion Congregational Church, under the conductorship of Mr. David R. Davies, A.C., rendered the following hymn-tunes en route to the Cemetery: "Aberystwyth," "Nazar- eth," Alexander," Lausanne," and Bydd myrdd o ryfeddodau." The bur- ial obsequies at the house and graveside were conducted by the Rev. D. M. Davies, pastor of Bryn Seion, whilst the Rev. J. Grawys Jones, Ebenezer, Trecynon; also spoke a few words at the graveside. The mourners were: Mr. John Hughes, widower; Mrs. Jenkins, mother: Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Thomas, sister and brother-in-law; Master Thomas John Thtmas, nephew; Miss Katie Jenkins, sister; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins, mother and sister-in-law; Rev. Edmund Davies, Port Talbot, cousin; Mr. and Miss Davies, Port Talbot, second cou- sins Mr. and Mrs. James Hughes, mother-in-law; Mrs. Hughes, mother-in- jaw; Miss Mary Hughes, sister-in-law; Mr. Morgan Hughes, brother-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Rees Lloyd, cousins.









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