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IThe Giory of Trench Life.

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ABERAMAN. I I MUSICAL SCO ESS. At the re- cent examination Held at Aberdare in I onnection with the London College of ton I Music Master WiIHe Davies, 318 Cardiff Road, passed the intermediate Section in pianoforte playing. He was ex- amined by Mr. F. J. Kara, Muf.Doc., t T.U.T., and is pupil of Mr. Tom t T.U.T., and is pupil of Mr. Tom I Male, L.L.C.M.. 31ft Cardiff Road. I SEPTUAGENARIAN'S DEATH. Mrs.- Marv Hughes. 11 "Lewis Street, velict of the into Mr. Daniel Hughes Bayron), formerly clerk at the Lletty ¡ IShenL-iii'C,olli(-ry. Tassed away on I-ri- day evening at the. ago of 73 years. She was a highly-respected old inhabi- tant, having lived in the same house tant, having lived in the same house for 50 years. Her husband predeceased j her by one year and eight months. She j Jeaves a son, Mr. Tom Hughes, clerk, Aberaman P.D. Colliery, and two I daughters. She was a member of Saron t daughters. She was a member of Saron '• 'hurch. General sympathy is extended the bereaved famijy. The funeral took place on Tuesday at the Aberdare Ceme- tery. The Rev- H, p. Jenkins, Saron. officiated. The principal mourners were: Messrs. Tom Hughes, son; Tom J Prestwood, son-in-law; Leonard Prest- wood and Dan Morgan, grandson, Dan j Evans, station master, Rhvdyfelin, and E. Jones, Resolven, nephews; Thomas John and Phillip Randall, cousins, j First coach, Rev. H. P. Jenkins, Messrs. J- Martin, J. Pugh, and Gomer Lewis, cousins; 2nd coach, Jacob R. Jones and William Williaii^, Gladstone Street, The bearers Messrs. James Bick. Llewelyn Evans, Hall Hughes, and Jack Thomas.

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Aberdare Police Court.

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