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Aberdare County Court.

RE DOCTOR'S QUESTION.

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Ynyslwyd Baptist Church, Aberaman.

THE YNYSYBWL LAMP CASE.

MILK AND HONEY IN CANADA.

CWMDARE.

TRECYNON.

CADLYS.

|ABERDARE.

.ABERNANT.

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ABERNANT. OBITUARY. On Monday last the funeral of Mr Isaac Lewis (Telorydd Hefin), 6, Forge Tri- took place at the Aberdare Cemetery. The mourners were: 1st 'coach, Mrs Lewis, widow; Mr and Mrs T. Harries, daughter; Brinley Harries, son; Mrs Evans, Cefn, aunt; Mrs D. Williams, sister; Mr John Lewis, brother, Cwmbwrla; Mrs D. Lewis, Cefn, sister-in-law; 2nd coach, Miss Wi^li ams, niece; Mrs M. A..Williams, sister-in-law; Mrs Darby, sifwer-in-law; Mrs Thomas, Miss M. Mary Davies, Mrs William Lloyd, • 3rd coach, Miss Gwen Rees, cousin; ,\r; C. J. Lloyd, Miss Mary Davies, Mr* Rees, Mrs Davies, cousins; 4th coach. V- Mary Lloyd. Mrs Harries, ",fr. Y.V'tsrs, Mrs Davies, Mrs Williams. The Rev. James Griffiths. Calfaria, officiated, assisted bv the Rev. D. Hopkin, B.A., Noddfa. The choirs sang "Cefn Coed." (the de- ceased's composition), "Lausanne," Nloab," "Crugybar," "Aberystwyth," and "Mvnydd Tabor," the last being sung at the graveside. The deceased was a.musician of no mean merit, having composed over 200 hymn tunes and an- thems. He was formerly conductor of Bethel Band of Hope. His demise at the age of 53 years is keenly regretted, and the family are the' objects of sincere sympathy. Beautiful wreaths were sent by Bethel Choir and Mr D. Davies. farm bailiff, Abernant. Mr F. D. E. George wa,s the undertaker.

CWMBACH.

ABERAMAN.

CODREAMAN.

ABERCWMBOI.

A REVELATION.

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