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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.

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.ABERNANT.

CWMBACH.

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CWMBACH. SPECIAL SERVICES. On Febru- ary 5th (Ash Wednesday) special ser- vices were held at St. Maiy-kagdaleneis Church. The Rev. D. Frank Jones, B.A., officiated in the morning, and in the evening the Rev. T. D. Rees, curate of Mi skin. INTERMENT. — The interment of the late Mrs Li avid, Abernantygroes Farm. whose death was reported in our last issue, took place on Saturday last at the Aberdare Cemetery. The Rev. Joseph James officiated. The following were the chief mdurners:—Messrs Thomas David and Morgan David, sons. First coach, G. T. David, gramhn; M. D. T. Williams, grandson; Morgan John and David John, brothers; second coach, Mesrs D. T. David and Evan Cule, Treherbert, brothers-in-law; David T. Williams, son-in-law; David Morgan John and David John, noph'^s; thud coach, Mr William Thomas..A! er-, thyr; Hey. Griffith. Evan", Swansea; Messrs William f. Thomas. Bloen- garw; wi!!iam Jo! >Tcath; Tira kins, Morriston; fourth coach, Rev. Joseph James, Mr Michael Thomas. Mr Daniel Finn. The bearers were: Messrs John lewis, Ebenezer Davies, J. W. Young, H. Richards, Daniel Jones, and David 1 Morgan. FUNERAL. Qn Saturday last the funeral of the late Mr Philip Griffiths, Well Place, took place at the Aberdare Cemetery. The Rev. Joseph James and the Rev. W. T. Francis officiated. The mourners were:—1st coach, Mrs Ellen Hayward. Mrs Mary Davies, Mrs Eliza- beth Davies, Miss Mattie Griffiths, daughters; Miss Mary Richards, Mrs Margaret Jones, sisters-in-law; 2nd coach, Mrs Maggie Griffiths, Mrs Ada Griffiths, Mrs Harriet Griffiths, daugh- ters-in-law; Misses Annie Griffiths and Rebecca Davies, William John and Philip G. Hayward, grand-children; 3rd coach, Bronwen Davies, Blodwen Griffiths,1 grand-children; Mrs Thomas. Dowlais, cousin; Mr3 Sarah Williams; Mrs Mary Ann Davies, nieces; Mr Thomas Jones, brother-in-law; 4th coach, Mrs Ann Morris, Mrs Mary Davies, Mrs Mary Evans, Lewis Phillips, Mrs Phillips, cousins; 5th coach. Mr and Mrs Evan Jones, cousins; Ilew Davies, grandchild; B. A. Phillips; 6th coach, Mrs Hannah Reston, Mrs Bryant, Mrs Davies, Mrs Davies, Abernant, friends. Walking behind the hearse: Messrs William Griffiths. John Griffiths, Thomas Griffiths, sons; Anthony Davies, Thomas D. Davies, sons-in-law; Philip and John Jones, nephews; Morgan J. Davies, David J. Davies, cousins; Nath- aniel and Lewis Phillips, Johnny Jones, Isaac Davies, Thomas Williams, nephews; Thomas Philip Davies, Philip Thomas Griffiths, grandchildren: Wil- liam Robert Davies, nephew. The fun- eral arrangements were in the hands of Mr F. D. E. George.

ABERAMAN.

CODREAMAN.

ABERCWMBOI.

A REVELATION.

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