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Death of CoL T. Phillips.


Medicine for the Million.

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..c--I I |our Departed Friends.


..c-- our Departed Friends. On Saturday, May 9th, 1914. after a very long illness, Airs. IJenry Thomas, Dean Street, Aberdare, departed to be with Christ. Mrs. Thomas was the widow of the late Mr. Henry Thomas, who was for many years a faithful and j active member at Bethania C.M. Church, Aberdare, and filled with credit f(v a long time the office of a deacon there. Both were reckoned among the faithful ones of the church, and their lives were adorned with the beauty of religion. They lived and died in the Lord, and their good works have fol- lowed them to bear testimony to their good Christian life. They left two children to mourn their loss. The son, Mr. James Thomas, is an assistant master at the Council School, Cwmdare. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas are faithful and active members at Brvn Sion Trecynon. 111 Thomas's sister, Mrs. G. Thomas, Elm Grove, is one of our good members at Bethania C.M. Church, in which ,1 h „ 1 i 1.J..L.. r i church she and her brother James have been brought up from childhood. On Thursday. May 14th, the mortal re- mains of their dear mother were laid to rest at the Cemetery, Aberdare. The officiating ministers were the Revs. W. Da vies, M.A., Bethania, and John Mor- gan, Bryn Seion, Trecynon. In con- cluding we trust that our friends will he enabled to look on with confidence to the future, fully believing the following consoling and beautiful words of Is- lwyn "Travelling in a later train, Thou shalt join thy friends again; When beloved ones depart, Why should sorrow plough thy heart ?" Thou shalt realise above, All was but the work of love; Thou shalt call each death a gain- Leaving by an earlier train. W. O. POWELL, C.M. Minister, Aberdare.

ILlwydcoed Tragedy.


Mountain Ash Education Committee.

Nearly" Pulped."