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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

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YNYSYBWL. I HALF-YEARLY MEETINGS were teld at the English Congregational 'hurch on Sunday last, when the Rev. Anthony Lewis, B.A., Mountain Ash, ifficiated. CYFARFODYDD PREGETHU. — On Sunday and Monday last tabernacle ,Velsh Congregational Church held its ttinual preaching services. The officia- ing minsters were the Revs. D. G. Wil- iams, St. Clears, and S. Roberts, Llan- trynmair. FUNERAL. The interment of Mr ieorge Reeves, baker and confectioner, :ook place at the Ynysybwl Cemetery m Thursday last. He leaves a widow, 'our sons, and three daughters. The Rev. W. Williams, pastor of the English Congregational Church, where deceased's iamily are members, officiated at the jraveside FOUND DEAD IN BED. On Satur- lav afternoon the mortal remains of Mrs Mallaband, widow, who resided at [52 Robert Street, were interred at the Ynysybwl Cemetery. The deceased lady, who was 66 years of age, was found dead in bed on Wednesday morning. An in- quest was held on Thursday, and a ver- dict of death from heart failure was passed. The chief mourners were: Mr and Mrs J. Williams, Ynysybwl; Mr and Mrs E. Williams, Ynysybwl; Mr and Mrs A. Williams, Pontypridd; Mr and Mrs Owen Williams, Ynysybwl, and Mr and Mrs Hale, Treorky, nephews and nieces. The Rev. W. Williams officiated. THE WEDDING of Miss Jones, the youngest daughter of Mr Thos. Jones, of Bronllys, Picton Court, Carmarthen, to Mr. John Ivor Dew, of Robert Town Hotel, Ynysybwl, took place on Wed- nesday fit Sardis Cong. Chapel, Ponty- pr i dd. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. W. Jones, of Uan- bradach. Miss Rose Dew acted as bridesmaid, and the duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Bert Watkins, of Pentre Collieries. The Rev. W. Williams, New Road Church, Ynysybwl, officiated. Mr Sydney Hellier. brother- in-law of the brule, and Mr. A. V. Dew, brother of the bridegroom, were pres- ent. The wedding party partook of breakfast at the County Hotel, Ponty- pridd. After breakfast the party motored to Cardiff. The bride and bridegroom left by the 4.20 train for th. South of England, en route for the Isl- of Man, where the honeymoon is being spent. They were the recipients ot a good many useful presents. The I bride's dress was of pale blue with black hat and pink bows and ospreys. The bridesmaid was dressed in grey with cream tegal hat.

MEMS FROM THE MOUNT.

ABERCYNON POLICE COURT.

ABERDARE.