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I IAberdare Property Dispute.


Councillor Evan Morris.

--------------------. Interment…


Interment of Dr. E. Prichard Evans. The interment of the mortal remains of Dr. E. Prichard Evans, Duffryn Ffrwd, Mountain Ash, whose demise was announced in our last issue, took place in Caegarw Cemetery last Satur- day afternoon. The officiating minis- ters were the Revs. J. Sinnett Jones and Aeron Davies. The chief mourn- ers were: Lieut. Windsor. Prichard- Evans, son; Mr. W. A. Prichard-Evans, son Mr. Lindsay PHchard-Evans, son Mr. J. E. Thomas, Cardiff, son-in-law; Mr. W. T. Farr, Mr. W. H. Dempster, Mr. Hy. Ward, Rev. Aeron Davies and Mr. Humnhrev. Floral tributes were received from "Windsor, Austin, Lyn/lsay and Kitty," "Ethel it Ernest," "Pansy," "Auntie," Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dempster; Mrs. antl Miss W. T. Farr, Mr. W. T. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Hv. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nicholas, Major and Mrs. F. N. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jones, Councillor and Mrs. W. Millar, Mr. Hill and Miss Robbins, Dr. Arthur T. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Kettle, Servant Cliff Hou se, Laugharne; Officials Moun- tain Ash U.D.C.; Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Levshon, Mr. A. A. Jenkins and Mr. Owen Williams, Rev. and Mrs. J. Sin- net Jones. Col. and Mrs. Morgan Mor- gan, Dr. Trevor Cory, Mr. and Miss Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hann. Ir. Williamson, Cardiff; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Morgan, Mr. Caradog Jones, Pontypridd: Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Davies Jones and Miss Mary Lloyd Shipton. The coffin, containing .the shell, was plain oak and beautifully carved in moulding with handsome silver fittings, and thej funeral ar- rangement"; wo e carried* out under the personal supervision of Mr. Frank Mills, assisted by Mr. David Evans.

Educational Jottings.

Aberdare Brotherhood.







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