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ABERAMAN. ADDENDA.—In addition to those men- tioned in our last issue, the following were mourners at the funeral of Mr. David Rowlands: Mrs. Geo. Jones, Bryn- mawr (cousin); Mrs. D. Jones, Mrs. Rhys Jones and Mrs. T. M. Lloyd (nieces); Mrs. M. Powell (friead). SUNDAY SCHOOL PARADE.—The combined parade of the Primitive Metho- dist and English Wesleyans referred to on page 3 was organised by the follow- ing: Chairman, Mr. F. Finner (W.); secretary, Mr. H. Reddick (P.M.); Messrs. H. Greenhalgh, W. Llewellyn, A. Vater, and Mr. Bignall.—On Monday the English Wesleyans held their annual tea. Trayholders: Misses C. Lambert, C. Vater, H. Davies. M. E. Harry, L. Wil- cox, S. J. Finn, L. Vater, M. Evans, F. Langdon and A. M. Every. In charge of the visitors' tea were Mrs. Collier, as- sisted by Miss C. Vater, Mr*. Lewis, Mrs. Vater, Miss Morris and Miss E. A. Finn. Cutters: Mesdames Greenhalgh, Bowden, Lee, Giles and A. Vater. Cake: Mr. W. A. Bowden; general helper, Mr. W. Per- row. Doorkeepers: Messrs. W. Hill, A. Vater, F. Finner, and A. Brown. Tea 1 brewer: Mr. T. Davies. Mr. H. Green- halgh, superintendent of the Sunday School, and Mr. A. Vater, secretary, had charge of the arrangements.

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