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CWMAMAN. PRANCE WILLIAMS' Sale is now proceeding. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. PULPIT. The pulpit of Soar (C.M.) Church was occupied on Sunday last by the Rev. R. S. Thomas, Abercynon. OUTING. On Thursday last the annual outing of Bethel (P.M.) Church took place. The rendezvous was, Swan- sea. NAVAL. Stoker Richard Scott, 26 Glanaman Road (son-in-law of Mr. Eleazer Protheroe), of the H.M.S. Lion, was home last week on furlough. Stoker Scott was on the H.M.S. Lion during the engagement off Jutland. This was his third engagement since joining, having been in the engagements at Antwerp and the North Sea. We under- stand that Stoker and Mrs. Scott have now gone to Manchester to reside. MILITARY. Lance-Corporal David John Thomas, R.W.F., son of Guardian and Mrs. William Thomas, Byron Street, came home on Saturday for six days' leave. He is stationed at Bedford. The three sons of Guardian W. Thomas are now serving their King and country.— Mr. Morgan Lewis, the 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis, 11 Morris Street, and until recently employed at the offices of the Cwmaman Coal Co., left on Wednesday to join H.M. Forces. DEATH AND FUNERAL. On Wednesday evening, June 28th, the death took place at 123 Brynmair Road of Mrs. Esther Jones. She was in her 73rd year, and was an old and respected inhabitant. The funeral took place on Monday, July 3rd, at the Aberdare Cemetery. The Rev. T. Thomas, Noddfa (C.), Godreaman, officiated. The chief mourners were: First coach, Mrs. T. Davies, sister; Miss Mary Jones, Llan- fabon,, daughter; Mrs. M. E. Jones, daughter-in-law; Misses E. A., M. J., J. M. Pryce, and M. M. Jones, grand- daughters; 2nd coach, Mrs. Maggie Harries, Miss Hannah Davies, Mrs. David Davies, Mrs. John Davies, nieces; J. Kinsey and Clifford Pryce, grand- sons; 3rd coach, Mrs. W. James and Mrs. D. James, Pontypridd; Mrs. M. James, Aberaman, nieces; 4th coach, Mesdames E. Nash, T. Gittins, E. Addis, J. Rood, and Mrs. Curtis; 5th coach, Mesdames T. James, J. Jones, J. Harris, and R. Williams. Following the hearse were: Private Frank Jones, Messrs. William Jones and David J. Jones, sons; David T. Pryce, David Jones, sons-in-law; Master David E. j Pryce, Ted Jones, and Henry Jones, grandsons; David Williams, Porth, cousin; David Benjamin T., John, and Stephen Davies, David James, Ponty- pridd; J. H. Price, Miskin; H. Pape, Aberdare, and W. J. S. Clarke, nephews. Bearers: Messrs. E. Nash, John Deakins, George Morgan, and R. Vaughan. Several wreaths had been sent.

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ABERCWMBOI.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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PENRHIWCEIBEH.

MATTHEWSTOWN & YNYSBOETH.;

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Up nd. Down the Valley

HIRWAIN.

PENYWAIN.

GWMDARE.

TRECYNON.

ABERDARE. !

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CWMBACH.

I ABERAMAN.

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MOUNTAIN ASH.