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ABERAMAN. ADVICE TO THOSE about to take their holidays.—The most useful gar- ments to take with you on account of the unsettled weather are: A smart. knitted sport's coat; a smart tailor-made costume; a reliable rainproof or silk oilskin coat. Special show of the above this week at J. M. Evans', Gadlys Road. GWAWR (B.).-The pulpit of this church was occupied on Sunday last by Mr Hugh Evans, Abernant, student at the Collegiate Preparatory School, Pontypridd. In the evening his text was John viii. 31, 32. YNYSLWYD (B.). The Rev. T. Richards, Llantwit Vardre, occupied the pulpit of the above church on Sun- day last. Mr Richards is the secretary of the East Glamorgan District of the Baptist Association, to which position he was re-elected for another three .years at the Baptist Gymanfa held recently at Cwmaman. AMBULANCE. The newly-formed ambulance brigade commenced duties in earnest on Wednesday week. There was a good muster of ambulance men present, including 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year men, who went through their duties in fine style. We shall soon have a well-trained ambulance brigade here. Mr J. Martin, M.E., Dr Glyn Jones, the medical officer of the brigade, and Mr Ewart Evans. hon. secretary, were present. The two former gentlemen complimented the men on their ex- cellent display. During the coming months prizes will be offered to all en- gaged in ambulance work. Special prizes have been promised by Mr Mar- tin and Mr Budge for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year men. THE INTERMENT of the mortal remains of Mr Joseph Owen, son of Air and Mrs Joseph Owen, Margaret Street, whose death was recorded in our last issue, took place on Wednes- day week at the Aberdare Cemetery. The officiating minister was the Rev. Thomas Thomas, Noddfa. The ap- nended were the chief mourners:—Mrs Owen, mother; Miss Rachel Maud Owen. sister; Mrs William Owen, sister-in-law; Mrs Mary Richards, Penrhiwceiber; Mrs Hannah Thomas, Mrs Thomas, Ynvshir: Mrs Daniel Evans, Ynyshir; Mrs Phillips, Cwm- aman Mrs Evans, Gellyisaf Farm, Llwydcoed; Mrs Benjamin Evans, Llwydcoed, and Mrs Henry Owen, aunts. Following the cortege were: T;)therr: Messrs William Owen, Evan pit-hard Owen, Robert John Owen, and Stuart Percy Owen, brothers; David Lewis, David John Richards, Mr Thomas. Ynyshir: Daniel Evans. Yn- vshir; Air Phillips, Cwmaman; Messrs Benjamin Evans, Gellyisaf Farm; Charles Owen, Henry Owen, Thomas ,en,« Johu 0wen, Benjamin Rich- 2L1°wen Richards, Trevor Richards, uncles Wreaths were sent bv (1) Friends: (2) Mrs John Williams, 'W W.'williamT',C,vmaeS THE ANNIVERSARY SERVICES of ilmol Methodists' Sunday School were held on Sundav last. Air Joseph Pace presided in the morning. p wR VI ^PT\by: Trenie Ma ml r ace, Wynford Warlow, Doris Wil- liams, Sylia Smith, Bertha Pace, Clifford Williams, Queenie Maud Hay- ter, Olwen May Davies, Maudie War- low, William James Williams, Sarah Anne Harries, Anne Mary Nicholas, Doris Evans, Bertie Bolton, Elsie Grainger, Margery Knott, Katie Nash, Robert Henry Bird, Esther Jane Harries, Harold Dunstan, William John Jones, Florence Dunstan, Clifford Hay, and Lily Gillard. In the afternoon Mr William Llewelyn presided, and the following contributed: —Evelyn Evans, Susannah Hayter, Alargaret Mary Jones, Elsie Bolton, Nellie Maud Wil- liams, May Hinkin, Hosie Gould, Philip John Cumner, Violet Watkins, Lorina Lawrence, Blodwen Edwards, Francis Arthur Kiel, Gweiinie Herrera, and Clifford Hay. The evening's ser- vice was presided over by Mr Joseph Roberts, the following contributing: Coral Evans, May Frame, Lorina Lawrence, Alice Maud James, Bessie Davies, Hilda Berrett, Maria Ann Trollope, Miss M. E. Cumner, Gwen- doline Davies, Mr John Moses, and Clifford Hay. The anthem, H Great is the Lord and Marvellous," was sung. The singing throughout was under the conductorship of Air J. Thorney, whilst Mr J. W. Roberts, A.L.C.M., presided at the organ.—On Monday the parade and tea were held. Trayholders: Mrs Crossby, assisted by Miss Francis, A. Davies, and Sarah Ann Clarke; Mrs Berrett, assisted by Miss May Hinkin and Gertie Evans; Mrs Evans, assisted by Miss Hilda Berrett and Mrs Barber; Miss B. Jones, assisted by Miss Beatrice A. Dew; Miss M. E. Cumner, assisted by Miss A. R. Cumner; Mrs Warlow, assisted by Mrs Morris; Mrs Manley, assisted by Miss Beatrice Weston, Miss Beatrice Lawrence, assisted by Miss Lorina Itwrence. Bread and butter cutters, Mrs Williams, Valley View; Airs Williams, Glamorgan Street, and Mrs Hayter. Cake cutters, Mr P. Herrera and Mr Joseph Roberts. Door attendants, Messrs W. Gillard, G. Bignall, and B. Cutlin. General helpers, Mrs Arndell, Miss B. M. Usher, Miss Herrera, Air Warlow, Mr Arndell, Misses A. M. Usher, Bessie Davies, and Emily Bird. General superintendents, Mr David Bowen and Mrs Wilcox. The secretary was Air George Reddick.

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