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MOUNTAIN ASH. YOU'RE BOUND TO WIN THRO in one of Mac's suits. Trade Lnion Tailors and Cutters only em- ployed. MOUNTAIN ASH OFFICER BE- REAVED.—The funeral of Mr. Ed- ward D. Williams, Rock Villa, Cross Keys, took place at Risca Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased is a brother of Lt. Dr. Llewelyn Williams, R.A.M.C., and Medical Officer of Health for Mountain Ash. and a son of the late Roger Williams, Capcoch and Mountain Ash. SMOKING CONCERT. The members of the Workmen's Club and Institute were entertained tp an ex- cellent smoking concert on Thursday evening. Mr. Gwilym Pritchard pre- siding. The artistes were: Messrs. Tom Jenkins. Albert Cliff. Wilfred Stride, David Holly, John Lewis. and accompanist, J. Webber. Coun- cillor Wni. Lamburn gave an address on "Ambulance Work," and Mr Walter Jackson also spoke. SALVATION ARMY. A great rally of Salvation soldiers took place in the Mount last Sunday. The ser- vices were led by the Roath Tempie Silver Band. Cardiff (Bandmaster Taylor). They were assisted by De- | puty Bandmaster Taylor and Mr. Fred Evans. The open-air service in Knight Street was largely attended. The musical festival on Sunday afternoon was presided over by Mr. J. O. Jones. M.E.. who delivered an able address on the great work of the Salvation Army. The night ser- vice took the form of a sketch, en- titled, "The Backslider's Vision" ably given by the Bandmaster, ac- companied by the bana. Solos were given by Mrs. Hatch and Miss Fer- guson, and Band Sergt. Bartlett gave a powerful address on Let hr also go. that we may die with him," St. John xi.. 16. The services closed with the item, Crumbs from the basket." Capt. Robson, Command- ing Officer.


Family Notices

-__] Local Irish Loyal.

Presentation at Newtown.

Abercwmboi Jottings.

Haggar's Mountain Ash.


Aberdare Tribunal.


Wounded at Mesopotamia.

Diwrnod Mawr yng Nghilfynydd.