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ABERDARE. OBITUARY. Mrs Jane Lewis, wife of Mr Lewis Lewis, 19, Sunny Bank Street, and formerly of Panvgerdinen, Cwmbach. passed away on Wednesday morning at. the age of 85 years. LECTURE. This (Thursday) even- ing, at 7.30, at Highland Place School- room the Itev. J. Tyssul Davies, B.A., Newport, will deliver his popular lec- ture on Ceylon," illustrated with limelight views. Admission, 6d and 3d. PERSONAL. —We regret to hear that Mr D. P. Davies, J.P., is indisposed. For the first time for many years Mr Davies was unable to attend the annual licencing sessions. We trust he will soon be restored to his normal health. BRITISH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. The annual meet- ings of the County Union will be held at Green Street Wesleyan Church on Tuesday, March 11th, at 2.30 and 7 p.m. The speakers for the evening meeting will include the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Cardiff, and others. Mr J. H. Powell, High Constable, will preside. Solos by Miss Stephens and Mr Willie Mason, lleaxty invitation to all. BETHANIA LITERARY SOCIETY. —-On Tuesday night Mr E. Ogwen Wil- liams, F.R.G.S., delivered a most in- teresting and instructive lecture, en- titled The History of Aberdare," illustrated with lantern slides. The manipulator of the lantern was Mr Ben Roderick. The chair was occupied by Mr William Evans. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded the lecturer on the proposition of Mr David Griffiths, seconded by Mr Gwilym Christmas, and supported 'by Messrs Walter Morgan, 1). P. Jones, Samuel Davies, and Tom Evans. y ARE WELL MEETING. —There was a large assemblage of local Good Templars at Jenkins' Restuarant to bid farewell to Bro. W. H. King, D.C.T. (North Glamorgan I.O.G.T.), treasurer of the Pride of Aberdare Lodge. Bro. W. T. James occupied the chair. Bro. George Parr spoke on behalf of the Lodge.. Br< Morgan Parr gave the toast of the North Glamorgan District. Bros. Griff Evans, Francis James Halliday f( Iwinaman), and T. Davies; Sisters Ray Williams and A. George spoke.—Mr W. H. King responded on behalf of him- self and wife, giving a review of his throe years of office. He urged upon all to give more earnest and insistent effort jto the work of the Order. Bro. King leaves on Friday. WEDDING. A pretty wedding was soiemnjsed otn Tuesday at Hermon Baptist Chapel, Boneath, the contract- ing parties being Mr David Evans. Bwichygroes Shop, and Miss H. M. Phillips, Bryn Iorwerth, Boneath, daughter of the late Mr Thomas ]'h.illif5>, draper and outfitter, Canon Street, Ai>erdare. The bride, who was vt-ry neatly attired in a pale grey robe, ami •». black silk hat with grey lancer ihm. was given away by her brother- i»-!aw. Mr Arthur Davies, and was ac- ii>mpar;ed by her sister, Mrs Arthur Davies; Miss Evans, sister of the bridegroom, and Master Aneuvin Davies, nephew of the bride. The marriage cere- mony was performed by the Rev. J. J ones, Hermon. The party left the chapel amidst showers of vice and con- fetti, with, the good wishes of a host of friends, en route for Swansea, where the honeymoon is being spent. A PRETTY WEDDING was solemn- ities on Sunday morning, the parties iI"! ¡I Miss Marv Thomas, eldest daught- er of Mr and Mrs James Thomas, White Hart, Aberdare, and Mr Thomas Henry Phillips, ;->econd son of Mr and Nurse Phillips, ..Colliers' Row, Abernant. The ceremony took place in Bethel (B.) Chapel, Abernant. the Rev. J. Griffiths, Caifaria, officiating. The bride was nicely attired in an eoline dress, with brown .picture hat to match. She was giv.'ti away by her father. The brides- maid was Miss Mary Ann Thomas, cousin of the bride. The best man was Mr Morgan Williams. Foreman s Row. Abornant. The wedding couple also Miss Annie Peters, Abernant; Mr Roe* Davies, Abernant; Messrs John. J aim* Daniel PhillipvS, brothers of the bridegroom; Miss Olwen 'l homas, sifter of bride. The wedding breakfast was jvartaken of at the house of the brbie's parents. The newly-wedded pair a large number of congratula- tions ami well-wishes during the day.

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