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MOUNTAIN ASH.

. HIRWAIN.

|MOUNTAIN ASH.

ABERCYNON.

SCENE IN TRAIN.

MOUNT MEMCAL OFFICER.

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Mr Keir Hardie and Kaiser.

Accident at Llwydcoed.

' ABERCYNON.

ABERDARE.

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PENRHI WCEIBER.

YNYSYBWL.I

MEMS FROM THE MOUNT.

ABERCYNON POLICE COURT.

ABERDARE.

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in his new sphere. Mr Prosser appropri- ately responded. The following contri- buted to the programme: Songs, Messrs W. Warrel, Alex Smith, J. Lee, J. Green, J. McCormack, T. Wilkins, 'Syd Davies, W. Warrel (concertina solo), and James Lee (mandoline solo). The meeting was brought to a close by the singing of U Auld Lang Syne." This was the last of a series of concerts held all over the town, in all of which Mr Prosser was the recipient of valuable presents. His genial disposition had won for him many friends, whose best wishes he takes with him. THE INTERMENT of Mrs Mary Wat- kins. of 37 Dean Street, the widow of the late Mr Morgan Watkins ,took place on, Friday last at Penderyn Church- yard. The Rey. D. Bassett, pastor of Gadlys Baptist Chapel, and the Rev. K. O. Carter, M.A., officiated at the resi- dence of the deceased, and the Rev. Ll. Jenkins, Rector of Penderyn, at the graveside in Penderyn. Beautiful floral tributes were sent by the sorrowing children; Messrs Lewis and Miss Lewis, Seymour Street; Mrs Baker, Canon Street; Mr and Mrs Brough and Miss Doris Brough, Dean Street, and Mr and Mrs T. Jones. The chief mourners were: Misses Catherine and Maggie Watkins, daughters; Mr Willie M. Wat- kins. son; Mr and Mrs Phillips, Tre- cynon, brother and sister-in-law; Mrs K. Thomas, Gadlys, aunt; Mr D. T. Davies, Ynvsboeth; Mrs James. Cwm- bach; Messrs G. Eynon, Cardiff Street; D. Price, Mountain Ash, and H. Powell, Cardiff Road, cousins. The bearers were: Messrs H. Jenkins. Trevor Street; T. Davies and T. Williams, Penybryn; F. Brough, Dean Street; H. and G. Lewis, Seymour Street. PRETTY WEDDING. On Sunday last at St. John's Church a very pretty wedding was solemnised, the contract- ing parties being Mr Fred Charles Jones, Tirfounder Row, Cwmbach, and Miss M. Morgan, the only daughter of Mr and Mrs M. T. Morgan (auctioneer), Whitcombe House, Aberdare. The Rev. Dr C. A. R. Green* vicar of Aberdare, performed the ceremony. The bride looked charming in a grey costume with black picture hat, and she was accom- panied by Misses Magaret Ann Row- lands, Glyn Neath, and Annie May Lewis. Porth, late Seymour Street, Aber- dare. who were respectively attired in a grey dress with mustard green hat, and wedgewood blue costume with hat to match. The bride was given away by her father, and Mr John Jones, father of bridegroom, acted as best man. After the ceremony the wedding party re- paired to the house of the bride's rair- ents. where a sumptuous repast awa™ed them. There were also present as guests:—Mrs Phillips, aunt of bride; Mrs Nicholas, Porth; Mrs Morris and Mrs Lewis, Aberdare, and others. Later in the day the happy couple left amidst a shower of confetti and congratulations for Porthcawl, where the honeymoon is being spent.