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CADLYS. FOR the best selection of Garden Seeds go to Emrys Evans', M.P.S., Aber- dare. Only first prize seeds stocked. INTERMENT. The mortal remains of Mrs. Gibbon, Gadlys Street, were interred on Thursday last at the New Cemetery. The Rev. T. Jones, St. Mary's, officiated. The chief mourners were: Mr. D. Gibbon and Miss M. May Gibbon, husband and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. J. Gibbon, son and daughter- in-law; Mr. and MrB A. J. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. S. Daniel, daughters and sons- in-law; Masters Edwin and Ben Gibbon, sons; Mr. and Mrs. Ananias Thomas, brother and sister-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. D. Davies and fr. and Mrs. William John, sisters and brothers-in-law; fr. and Mrs. P. J. Thomas, brother and sis- ter-in-law, Talywain; Mr. R. J. and Miss S. A. Thomas, Mr. T. W. and Miss Gertie Thomas; .Masters William Han- del and David Thomas, Mr. Hopkin, Anne and Beatrice Howells, Mr. John W. and Edwin John, Mr. Reginald and Rachel A. John, nephews and nieces; Mr. and Mrs. James Bacon, Cross Keys; Mr and Mrs. Daniel Morgan, Talywain; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes, Taly- wain; Mrs. Margaret Thomas and Mrs. West, Morriston; Mrs. Hill and Mrs. R. Thomas, Aber and Pontypool; Mr. and Mrs. E. Horton, Aberaman, cousins; Mrs. Chandler, Talywain; Mr. and Mrs. M. Thomas, Aberrant, nieces; Airs. E. Davies and Miss Gibbon, Wattstown, sister-in-law and niece; Mr. and Ifrs William Griffiths, Senghenydd; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Thomas, Aberdare, bro- thers and sisters-in-law; Mr and Mrs. Thomas Adams, Gadlys, cousins; Mr. Tom Adams, Gadlys, nephew; Mrs Davies and Airs. Kellow, Aberdare, nieces. Wreaths were sent by: (1) Air. and Mrs. D. Alorgan, Talywain; (2) Air and Mrs. D. Kent. Aberaman; (3) Air. Lane and family, Cwm Place; (4) Friends.

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