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MOUNTAIN ASH. KEEP WARM by ordering and wearing one of Tom Davies and Son's winter overcoats—Pryce Street. MOUNT PlSGAH MEETINGS. The annual mwtings of the English Baptist Church, Miskin, were held last Sunday and Monday. The special preachers were the Rev. T. W. Chance, M.A., and the Rev. R. S. Rogers. B.A., Rhos. DEATH. On Tuesday morning Mrs Davies. wife of Police-constable Davies. died in the Cottage Hospital, following an operation for appendicitis. She leaves live little children, and great sympathy is felt towards this police officer, who has onlv been transferred to this district a few months. CONVIVIAL AT CONSTITUTIONAL. —The members of the COllsti H Club were entertained to a grand smoker last Thursday evening. Mr W. Gregory pre- sided. The proceedings commenced with an address by Mr H. N. Sheppard, Peny- graig, on Imperialism." Messrs Hiam Lang. W. Floyd, Moses Jenkins, and Charles Matthews sang. By kind per- mission of Mr Parry, the genial manager of the New Empire. Mr H. Brooks, the musical navvy, and Aliss Ivy Aberdare gave special selections THE PALACE. Haggar's picture .9 theatre at the bottom end of Oxford Street is becoming increasingly popular. owing to the splendid programmes which are presented here nightly by Mr Bert- Ricliaids. the genial manager. To-night and also to-morrow and Saturday even- ings. with matinee at 3 on Saturday, the chief attraction will be A Ride to Death." one of the most exciting pieces ever filmed. The management have also sr-cured an excellent programme for next week, headed by The Black Mark." WEDDING. A very pretty wedding took place at St. Margaret's Church last Saturday morning. The contracting parties were Mr Edgar Moore, son of Mr Alfred George Moore, and Miss Elizabeth limma. Meaden, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Edward James Meaden, 26, Mary Street, Newtown, Mountain Ash. The bride wore a pretty white serge dress with a hat trimmed with large white plumes. The bridesmaid wore nav blue costume and blue hat. The best man was Mr David Beecliam. and the bride was given away by 'Ir J. Davies. The officiating minister was the l'ev. J. Sinnett. Jones. DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. We announce with 1 egret the death of Mr J. Ma son. Fox Street, Mountain Ash. The deceased was 77 years of age, and had resided in the place for 30 years. He held for many years the position of sides- man at the Parish Church. The inter- ment took place on Tuesday afternoon in the Mountain Ash Cemetery. A short service was held at St. Margaret's, eon- ducted by the Kev. J. Sinnett Jones. assisted by the Revs. Aero 11 Davies. T. J. Morgan, and Ebenezer Jones. The chief mourners were: The widow; Mr Jones, Caerphilly: Air Reynolds, Cardiff, son- in-law; Mr Mitchell, Cilfvnydd; Mrs Reynolds. Cardiff, daughter; Wynford and Eileen Reynolds. grandchildren Mr and Mrs Prosser, Mr and Airs Stride. Mr and Airs Kingdom, Mr John Sager and son, son-in-law and grandson; Mr John and Air Tom Evans. Beautiful floral tributes were received from Mr and Mrs Reynolds. Cardiff; the vicar, [churchwardens, and sidesmen of St. Margaret's; Wvnford and Eileen: Mrs Jones and family. Cardiff; Mr and Mrs William Williams. 'Mountain Ash. and Fellow-workmen of Cwmcynon Colliery. The funeral was furnished throughout bv Mr Frank Mills. otii,rt-A]tY.-Tlie funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Phillips, 79 Woodland Street. Mountain Ash, took place on Thursday afternoon, the interment be- ing at the Maesyrarian Cemetery. The officiating minister was the Ilev. 11. S. Rogers, B.A.. who con.ducted the ser- vice at the house and graveside. There was a very large attendance of friends and sympathisers, including the whole of the colliery staff of the Deep Duffryn Colliery. Dei-eased was an official at that colliery for some 2.-) years, and had worked under the com- pany for <50 years. He was 66 years o: age. The mourners were; Messrs. D. Phillips. Win. Phillips, John Phil- lips. and Ben Phillips (sons). John H. Harpur, Tom Brooks (sons-in-law). John Seymour. Tom Harpur, Jas. Lewis Williams, John Williams, Tommy Phillips. Enos Brooks, etc. A number of floral tributes were sent, including one from the officials of the Deep Duffryn Colliery.

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