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I HIRWAIN. FORD'S in Stock with Sheen, Aberdare. A. J. PADDOCK wishes to announce that he has now opened a branch shop Cross Street with a fine selection of Baths, Lavatories, Gasfittings, and all Sanitary Goods, and where all orders 101 repairs, etc., may be sent. We are THE FORD DEALERS AND EXPERTS for the District-Parker Bros. XEBO. The annual preaching ser- v vices of Nebo Congregational Church were held on Sunday and Monday last. Serruons were preached by the itevs. Silyn Evans, Aberdare, and Gwilym Rees. B.A., Merthyr. DEMISE. A well-known and highly- respected villager passed away on Mon- day last in the person of Mr. Rees Roderick, M.E.. of 39 Station Road. He was the late manager of the boutJi Cambrian Company. He qualified for the position of manager whilst employed at the Tower Colliery. He was also an in- mentor of no mean merit. Deceased leavl' a wife and four daughters. Miss Mary Thomas, of Merthyr Road, passed awav on Tuesday morning last. She was the sister of Mr. William Thomas, coal merchant. We sympathise with both families in their bereavements. ST. LLEURWG'S CHURCH. On Thursday last the vestry meeting of the above church was held, the Rev. J. R. Dfwi Vslliams B.A., Vicar, presiding. II t George ISishop was re-elected Vicar'si Warden, and Mr. George James People's Warden. The Vicar re-elected •as Iii. Sidesmen Messrs. A. H. luck- fielrj. Tlf'ury Joliuson, and A. Cox, and the following were chosen by the com- tnnnieants as sidesmen: — Messrs. Thnrtle, Dan Rees, Samuel Gowen (English section); Messrs. Tom Davies and David Jones (Welsh section). The parochial lay representatives are Messrs. Morgan David Johnson, Gwynne Davies, Gwilym Edmunds, and Lucas Aubrey. The statement of accounts shmved a balance in hand. The Vicar heartily thanked the churchwardens, sidesmen, organists, lay representatives, and choirmaster for their services. The ladies who kindly adorned the commun- ion table throughout the past year were also thanked. I NTERMENT. On Wednesday the j remains of the late Mrs. Maria Smale, of High Street, were interred at Pen- dei vii Cemetery. The officiating ministers were the Revs. D. Teify Davies, Bethel; E. W. Llewelyn, Libanus, Aberaman, and Llewelyn Jenkins, Rector. Several of deceased's favourite hymns were HUng, The chief mourners were: Mr. James Smale, husband; Mr. and Mrs. David Smale, son; Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Evans, M.E., Porth, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Morgan, Glyn Neath, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- HaD; Smale, Porth, son; Mr. and Mrs. DHII Jones, Aberaman. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Smale, son; Mr. Thomas Sinale. son; Mr. and Mrs. Rees Edwards, Porth. daughter; Mr. Richard Smale, sr*t; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Evans, Aber- aman, brother; Mi*. John Price, j Senghenydd, brother-in-law; Mr. and } Mrs. Howell Evans, Porth; David and Evans, Porth; James John and ) Abraham Smale, Hirwain, grandsons; 1-izzie Gwen Smale, Llewelyn Morgan, Glyn Neath; L. Rachel Evans, Olwen Eva ns. Aberaman, grandchildren; Mr. Isaac. Evans, Aberaman; Mr. James Smale, Swansea, cousin; Mr. Thomas Edwards, Hirwain, nephew; Mrs. Jen- kin". Aberdare, niece. Several messages of sympathy were received.







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