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MISKIN. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. WELCOME HOME. On Saturday last Consort Street was gaily decorated to mark the home-coming from Leeds Hospital of Private Edward Duckett, of the Leicester Regiment, who was wounded in France. Private Duckett has been in action since the outbreak of war, and was wounded at La Bassee. He has undergone two operations. His home is at 13 Consort Street. BRYNGOLWG. On Monday last the Sunday scholars of Bryngolwg English C.M. Church held their tea and parade. The trayholders were: Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Pontin, Mrs. Pugh, Misses Christopher, Stone, Pritchard, and Phillips, assisted by Misses Nelly Stacey, Sale, and Evelyn Davies. Cutters, etc., Mrs. Pook, Mrs. Pontin, Mrs. Buffton, Mrs. Reynish, Mrs. Thomas, and Miss Pugh. Doorkeeper, Mr. Gordon. Superintendent, Mr. John Davies. The Rev. E. Burges, pastor, was present. After tea the scholars re- paired to Lan Farm field. THREE GALLANT BROTHERS. Private H. Elliott, of the 5th Welsh, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott, 21 Victoria Street, has been invalided home. He was at the landing at Suvla Bay. Afterwards he was drafted to Egypt. He was admitted to Cairo Hospital suffering from exposure. His brother Stanley left last week for Egypt. He is the second son of Mr. and Mrs Elliott, and belongs also to the 5th Welsh. Stanley was at the Dardanelles, and from there went to Cairo and Alex- andria, where he was admitted to hospi- tal suffering from dysentry. He was sent home to England, and was admitted to Whitchurch Hospital, near Cardiff. After recuperating there he was sent to Fort Scoveston, and now goes again to Egyfrt. Another brother, Private Herbert Elliott, is quite deaf from shock caused by the terrific din of the guns. Private Stanley Elliott had a hearty send-off by the patriotic residents of Victoria Street. HERO OF MANY FIGHTS. Private David Evans, of the Suffolk Regiment, whose home is at Graig House, Arthur Street, is home from the firing line. He has been on active service since the out- break of war. He has been out in France three times. He has been discharged from the military hospital at Stockport, where he was taken to, suffering from wounds. Private Evans was once gassed badly in France. He is the brother of the well-known local boxer, now Private Frank Evans, who is at Salisbury Plain..Private D. Evans re- turns very shortly to the firing line. He has the best wishes of all Miskinites.
WILLIAMS & CO., 2 CARDIFF STREET, ABERDARE. Finest Butter — 1/6. Pure Lard 9d. American Cheese — — 1/- Mild Bacon — 1/- ALSO AT 0 Jam Pot Stores, Cwmaman. SERVICE DEPOT STATION STREET GARACE, ABERDARE. PARKER BROS. Artificial at Hospital Prices. Painless Extractions 6d. per Tooth. FULL UPPER OR LOWER SETS AT Prices per Tooth. Per Set. 3/6 L2 2 0 o/- E3 3 0 6/- Best Teeth E4 4 U Repairs from 3/6 executed in 4 hours. Fillings from 2/6. Scaling and Clean- ing, 2/6. Remodelling, from 21/ Workmanship guaranteed. Done per- sonally on the premises at— GROOM'S DENTAL SURGERY (Over Jones', Jewellers), 17 Canon Street, Aberdare. IN AID OF ABERDARE NEW HOSPITAL. ABERNANT PARK, ABERDARE. BANK HOLIDAY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1916. GRAND FLOWER SHOW Timbering Competitions, Side Shows, etc. DINCHIG ON THE GREEN. AN EFNCIiHT BMP WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. Schedules for Timbering Competitions to be obtained from:—Mr. W. R. JONES, 21 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. Schedules of Flower Show and other particulars from :-Mr. JOHN EYNON, Secretary, 30 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. Entries to Close THURSDAY. AUGUST 3rd, 1916. GREAT SALE OF FURNITURE. X-. BIIOCH; The well-known Furniture Dealer of 92 GADLYS RD., ABERDARE, Has just started his GREAT FURNITURE SALE Comprising of Bedroom Suites, Parlour Suites, Sideboards, Bedsteads, Brass Fenders, Curbs, Ashpans, Mats, Carpets, &c. LARGE STOCK OF PRAMS and BABY GHAIRS. Don't miss this opportunity of buying Furniture at prices which cannot 11 be repeated. This is your chance, pay me a visit. NOTE THE ADDRESS- 92 GADLYS ROAD, ABERDARE. JOHN DAVIES, THE PICTURE SHOP— 11 CARDIFF ST., ABERDARE (opposite the Cinema). FIRST CLASS WORK
CADLYS. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in Jour best rooms. DO YOU ever feel down in the mouth? Depend upon it, it surely arises from stomach troubles. Try Emrys Evans' Digestive Juice—a certain cure. INTERMENT .-On Monday the funer- al of Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, wife of Mr. Benjamin Lewis, 2 Co-operative Cottages, took place at Aberdare Cemetery. The Bev. E. J. Gruffydd, Bethel, officiated. The deceased was 29 years of age on the day of her death. The choir (conductor, Mr. Jonah Bowen) sang en route to the -cemetery. Mourners: Husband: Mrs. Williams, mother; Mr. and Mrs. Ben- jamin Lewis, parents-in-law; William, Samuel, and David Williams, brothers; Mr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Poole, .sisters; Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, brother; Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas, Aber; Mr. S. Mitchelmore, Llanharran; Mr. L. t Mitchelmore, Aberaman; Mrs. T. Harries, Mrs. T. Jarman, Miss T. A. Jar- man, Mr. and Mrs. T. Thomas, Miss May Harries, Mrs. C. Harries, Mrs. Davies, Glais; Mr. R. Howells, Mr. and Mrs. G. Howells, Mr. and Mrs. W. Powell, Cwm- dare; Mr. R. Powell, Mrs. J. Phillips, Cwmdare; Mr. and Mrs. Job Williams, Mrs. J. Phillips, Abernant; Mrs. R. Phillips, Harriet Street; Mrs. J. Jones, Abernant; Evan, David and John Jen- kins, Misses G. and R. Lewis, Messrs. Daniel, Richard, David Morgan, Edgar and Emrys Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis, Llandebie; Mr. J. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. G. Morris, Newport; Mr. and Mrs. D. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Shaw, Senghenydd; Mr. and Mrs. W. Lewis, Mr. J. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wil- liams, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mr. W. E. Lewis, Tylorstown; Mrs. Roberts, Tylorstown; Mrs. Jones, Porth; Mr. and Mrs. J. Darby. Wreaths from: Husband and baby; mother, sis- ters and brothers; father, mother, sisters and brothers-in-law; Mary Gwen and Lena May Poole, nieces; Jenny Jones, niece; Mrs. Knight, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Williams; Mrs. Lett Davies; Miss Kate Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Hayward; Miss Wat- kins, Gadlys Restaurant.
ABERDARE. MARKET HALL, Aberdare, Tuesday next, July 25th.-Mr. D. Morris Powell will sell without reserve a large quantity of Household Furniture. Auctioneer's Offices: Gadlys Road, Aberdare. SHALL our traveller call for orders? Satisfaction guaranteed. Fletcher's, Commercial Street, Aberdare. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in Your best rooms. BUY JONES' Sewing Machines. They are the talk of the Valley. HIGHLAND PLACE. The pastor, Rev. E. T. Evans, officiated at this church on Sunday. At the evening ser- vice, in the course of his prayer, he referred in sympathetic terms to those who had near and dear ones who had been wounded on the field of battle. Two families attached to the church have received news of sons severely wounded in action. WHIST DRIVE. Under the auspices of the Aberdare Branch of the I.L.P. a ^hist drive was held at the I.L.P. Rooms on Saturday last. The secre- tarial work was discharged by Mr. J. Meredith, whilst the treasurer was Mr. A. Wing. The M.C. at the whist Was Mr. W. J. Williams. The gentleman's Prize was won by Mr. Dick Lewis, Cwmdare, and was handed over by Coun- cillor Idwal Thomas, and the lady's prize was won by Mrs. Coombes, and banded over by Mrs. Rogers. The con- solation prizes were won by Miss Jones and Mr. G. Williams. The following were Present:—Misses Katie Griffiths, Gwen Howells, M. Lewis, M. Price, Katie Thomas, M. Richards, Mary Driscoll, Mary Williams, R. M. Rees, Mrs. Evans, Misses G. Hughes, W. Purser, L. Prosser, Blodwen Jones, Miss Evans, Miss Rigby, Miss Howells, Mrs. and Miss Coombes, Misses Maggie and Jessie Lewis, Messrs. Evan Griffiths, Garfield Williams, E. Davies, Councillors Idwal Thomas and J. Evans, Messrs. Alf. Mason, Edgar Williams, Alf. Bailey, Dick Lewis, W. Harrison, I. Griffiths, W. C. Williams, J. O'Connor, D. S. Evans, Evan Parker, Fred Palmer, Tom Johnson, W. J. Rich- ards, E. Brown, J. Thomas, Martin Wil- liams, H. Male, Jack Evans, Ted Evans, T. Phillips, John John, J. H. Phillips, D. Davies, Jim Hatton, D. Jpne6, Evan Evans, T. D. Jones, D. J. Phillips, and O. Williams. The follow- ing ladies served refreshments:—Mrs. palmer, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Sutherland, and Mrs. Smith.
ABERNANT. WHY suffer the torments of indi- Kestion and liver troubles, when a single bottle of Emrys Evans' Digestive Juice Will relieve you. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. OBITUARY. Last Thursday morn- Ing Mrs. Williams, wife of Guardian Morgan Williams, passed away after a short illness. She was a native of Hir- \Vain, was 63 years of age, and had lived almost all her life in Aberdare and Abernant. Her father, the late Mr. Benjamin Lewis, was an old resident of the district, and worked as a tailor in Aberdare. Deceased leaves a husband and five grown-up children. The inter- tnent took place at Aberdare Cemetery ()n Monday, and there was a large gathering. Rev. B. Williams, Bethel (B.), of which church Mrs. Williams was a Member; Rev. Emrys James, Abernant, and Rev. D. Bassett, Gadlys, officiated, and other ministers present were: Revs. S. J. Leeke, B.A., B.D., Cwmaman; T. Phillips, Rhydfelen, Pontypridd; David Rees, Bangor College, and W. Cynog Williams, Heolyfelin. Among Mr. Mor- San Williams' fellow-Guardians present ^ere: Messrs. Rees Rees, Meth Davies, William Thomas, Tom Morgan, and D. J- Phillips, and a few members from the Merthyr side, also some of the Board officials. The bearers were: Messrs. Essex Thomas, David Jones, ^ohn Thomas, William Davies, and David Samuel, Windsor Terrace, and David John, Richmond Terrace. The *&ourners were: Walking behind the hearse: Messrs. Morgan Williams, hus- band Tom, Tobias, Benjamin L., and Morgan J. Williams, sons; E. M. Evans, son-in-law; Richard and Thomas J. Evans and John I. Williams, grand- sons; William and Thomas Williams, brothers-in-law; William and Henry Ham, Benjamin L. and John Williams, John and David Williams, Edward Hobbs, Ferndale; John David, Mark Loveridge, and David T. Davies, nephews. First coach, Mrs. Evans, daughter; Mrs. Ham, Morgan Street; Mrs. Davies, Cardiff Road, sisters; Mrs. M. Williams and Mrs. Lizzie Williams, daughters-in-law; M. J. Williams and Bessie Evans, grand-children, and Mrs. Sarah Williams, cousin; 2nd coach, Mrs. David, Mrs. Loveridge, Mrs. "Williams, Cwmbach; Mrs. Ham, Maelgwyn Terrace; Mrs. Ham, Morgan Street, nieces; Mary A. Evans and Gwyneth Williams, grand-children, and Mrs. Watkins, Maesteg; 3rd coach, Mrs. Ruth Davies, Cwmbach; Mrs. Griffiths, Ystradgynlais, nieces; Mrs. M. Walters, Mrs. J. Walters, and Miss Walters, Tredegar, cousins; 4th coach, Mrs. Loveridge, Birmingham; Mrs. Thomas, Windsor Terrace; Miss Loveridge, Car- diff Road, and Mrs. Evans, Cwmaman; 5th coach, Mr. and Mrs. D. Tobias Wil- liams, brother-in-law, and family, Aber- aman; 6th coach, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams, brother-in-law, and family, Aberaman. Councillor W. Thomas, Aberdare, had sent a wire from Swansea apologising for his absence. Several employees of the Cwmbach Co-op. Society, where one of deceased's sons works, were present.
ABERAMAN. MARKET HALL, Aberdare, Tuesday next, July 25th.-Mr. D. Morris Powell will sell without reserve a large quantity of Household Furniture Auctioneer's Offices: Gadlys Road, Aberdare. FLETCHER'S, 9-10 Commercial Street, is becoming tke centre of attraction for smart up-to-date housewives. YOU will be pleased after calling at JAY'S. ACCIDENT. Whilst following his employment at the Fforchaman Colliery surface on Saturday morning last Ivor Griffiths, 12 Clarence Terrace, sustained a fractured hand. His hand was caught between two trams. THE INTERMENT of the remains of Mrs. Mary Jane Phillips, wife of Mr. William Phillips, 43 George Street, took place on Wednesday at the Aberdare Cemetery. The Rev. H. Barraclough (W.), Aberdare, conducted the obsequies. ON FURLOUGH. Private W. H. Bramwell, Territorial Force, Glamorgan Yeomanry, son of Mrs. Bramwell, Davies Street, was home last week-end from Gobowen. He was formerly em- ployed at the Mountain Ash Branch of the Cwmbach Co-op. Society. WOMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE GUILD. -On Wednesday, July 12th, the fort- nightly meeting of the Guild was held. A splendid report of the Congress at London was given by the two delegates, viz., Mrs. Matt Lewis, Secretary, and Mrs. Ben Davies, ex-President, who represented the Cwmbach Branch.
CWMAMAN. ALL trams and buses lead you to JAY'S. FOR Indigestion, Constipation, and other stomach troubles, try Emrys Evans' Digestive Juice. MARKET HALL, Aberdare, Tuesday next, July 25th.-Mr. D. Morris Powell will sell without reserve á large quantity of Household Furniture. Auctioneer's Offices: Gadlys Road, Aberdare. PULPITS. The Rev. D. Teifi Davies. Hirwain, occupied the pulpit of Soar (C.M.) on Sunday last.—The "supply at Moriah Aman (C.) was the Rev. Richard Williams, B.A., Cilfynydd. OPEN-AIR SERVICE. The second of the series of open-air services in con- nection with the Welsh Churches was held on Sunday evening in Brynmair Road. The Rev. S. J. Leeke and Mr. David Owen addressed the meeting. WOUNDED. News has been re- ceived by his wife, Mrs. Evans, 5 Glan- aman Road, that Lance-Corporal Isaac Evans, A Company, 1st Worcestershire Regiment, has been wounded in France. He was engaged in the "big push," and was wounded on the 8th inst. in the right arm and right eye. He is now at the 3rd London General Hospital, Wands- worth. SEIAT UNDEBOL. A united church meeting, under the auspices of the three Welsh churches, was held at Seion (B.) on Thursday. It took the form of a "Seiat Profiad," each speaker taking up his own theme. The Rev. S. J. Leeke presided, and opened the discussion. Others who followed were: Revs. W. D. Morris, E. J. Owen, Messrs. Job Lewis, Thomas Lloyd, Gomer Thomas, John Mathews and William Argust. CHARITY CONCERT. On Saturday evening a pictorial charity concert was given at the Public Hall. Miss Maggie Butler sang several solos. Mr. Bob Roberts gave some comic songs. Masters Penry and Vivian Davies, the eons of Ap Dewi Mabon, sang duets. The Cwm- aman Silver Band Quartette gave selec- tions. Councillor Evan Jones presided. Miss A. Kingsbury was the accompanist. A substantial sum will be handed over to Mr. Thomas Gower, of 2 Railway Row. BILLIARDS. In the summer handi- cap, held at the Workmen's Institute, the following played in the fourth heat: Johnny Davies, 181 v. Tom Jones, 200; W. Sanders, 176 v. D. J. Morgan, 200; T. J. Jenkins, 158 v. Joe Thomas, 200; W. Hopkins, 175 v. John Davies, 200; Thomas John Davies, 171 v. John Jona- than, 200; 'Rees Edwards, 178 v. Dan Isaac, 200. Fifth heat: D. J. Morgan, 182 v. Tom Jones, 200; Joe Thomas, 140 v. John Davies, 200; John Jonathan v. Dan Isaac (unplayed). DEATH AND INTERMENT. On Thursday week last the death took place of Frances May Jones, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, 17a Fforchaman Road. The funeral took place on the following Monday at the Aberdare Cemetery, when Mr. Thomas Lee (W.) officiated. The chief mourners were: Father, mother, and sister; Mrs. Whitaker, grandmother; Uncle Will, Auntie Lizzie, Seven Sisters; Mr. and Mrs. John Wrentmore, uncle and I au Mr. John Owen, uncle; Stanley Owen, cousin; Mr. and Mrs. J. Tatnall, Mr. and Mrs. F. French, uncles and aunts; Trevor Daniel, friend. Sever- al beautiful floral tributes were received. MILITARY. Lance-Corporal Bob Mathews, of Aman Street, who has been in a Nottingham Hospital, suffer- ing from wounds sustained at the front,
MATTHEWSTOWN & YNYSBOETH. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in j your best rooms. ON LEAVE. Private James Ed-; wards, of the 5th Welsh Reserves, is j home on a few days' leave from East Block House. His home is at 37 Wall Street.—Private Tom Jones, of the Mechanical Transport Service, is home on furlough from London. His home is 101 Pentwyn Avenue. WOUNDED. Mrs. A. Williams, of 95 Avondale Street, has received informa- tion to the effect that her husband, Private Williams, of the 13th Welsh, 2nd Batt. Rhondda, has been wounded in action in France, and is now lying in the base hospital. Private Williams has been eight months in France. OBITUARY. Ivor, the three-year- old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, of 85 Pentwyn Avenue, passed away on Sunday week. The funeral took place on Thursday at Abercynon Cemetery, the Rev. J. R. Jones, Vicar of Pen- rhiwceiber, officiating. The mourners were: Father; Mr. Thomas J. Jones, uncle; Tommy, Johnny, and Bertie Jones, brothers; Mr. William Jones, uncle. Floral tributes were sent by relatives and neighbours.
PENRHIWCEIBER. LET JAY supply you on their easy payment system. MILITARY. Private Tom Brown, of the S.W.B., has returned to his unit at Hereford after spending a few days at his home, 12 Station Terrace. RECOVERY.—We are pleased to state that Ernest A. Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Mann, Station Terrace, who sustained a serious injury while diving recently at the Swansea Baths through his head coming in violent contact with the bottom, is progressing favourably. OUR SOLDIERS. The following are home on a few days' leave--Privates T. J. Lewis, son of Mrs. Lewis, Glas- brook Terrace; Idwal Thomas, son of Mrs. Daniel Thomas, 3 Vaughan Terrace; Johnny Thomas, son of Mr. Evan Thomas, Belle Vue Street. All are with the R.A.M.C. at Codford. OUR TOMMIES. Private Evan Jenkins, of the R.W.F., has been home from Liverpool on a few days' leave. He has been out twice in the firing line. He has taken part in several. engage- ments, including Festubert on the 15th of May of last year. His parents live at 44 Park Street. JOINED AT 16. Driver William J. Watts, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. William Watts, of 38 Woodfield Terrace, who belongs to the A.S.C., has been out in the firing line eight months. He was only 16 years of age when he joined. In a letter to his parents he states that he is quite well. MILITARY. Driver W. Jenkins, R.F.A., returned to join his regiment at Hampstead on Wednesday. He has been out in France for seven months. He has been in hospital in France suffer- ing from a spinal injury. He was after- wards sent to a Huddersfield Hospital. His wife and family live at 122 Park Street. DEATH. Mr. William Griffiths, of Rheola Street, passed away on Saturday last. Deceased, who was 77 years of age, was a native of Llantrisant, and came to Penrhiwceiber 32 years ago. He was an active member of Jerusalem Welsh Baptist Church. In past years he was employed as ostler at the Penrikyber Colliery. He leaves a sorrowing widow. SERVED LOYALLY. Private Llewelyn Stiley, who was attached to the R.F.A., anS^whose home is at 7 Station Terrace, has been discharged owing to a breakdown in health. Private Stiley joined H.M. Forces almost at the out- break of war, and served at the Dar- danelles. Afterwards he was in Egypt for six months. From Egypt he was in- valided home. He was at Cardiff Hospi- tal for some time. GENEROSITY OF H.M.S. TIGER CREW. Mr. Bert Jones, signalman, of 129 Pentwyn Avenue, sent to his brother, who is serving on H.M.S. Tiger, for distribution amongst the crew eight books of prize drawing tickets for the benefit of Mr. Gwilym Williams, of Penrhiwceiber, who has lost his sight. Not only has the brother disposed of all the books, but he has written stating that he is prepared to dispose of 1,000 more tickets amongst the crew. The Committee have written to the crew thanking them for their very kind sup- port. WOUNDED IN FRANCE. Mr. and Mrs. James Bevan, of 73 Glanlay Street, have received the news that their son, Walter Bevan, R.W.F., is lying in the Canadian General Hospital in France, having sustained a broken leg and other wounds whilst in action on the 9th. He has been in the service since the outbreak of war. He was drafted out to France in May last. Prior to that he was atSOLDIERr" DIES IN SALONIKA. — We regret to record the death of Private Patsy Sullivan, of the South Wales Borderers, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sulli- van, of 81 Ty'rfelin Street. He died in Salonika last week from exposure. He was 32 years of age, and joined the forces at the outbreak of war. After taking part in many engagements in France he was drafted to Salonika. Much sympathy is felt for his bereaved parents.
ABERCYNON. PRIZE DRAWING in aid of Evan Rees Evans, Abercynon. Winning num- bers 1025, 3066, 3594, 3156, 326, 3577, 304, 1519, 3756, 3163, 1518, 1909, 3199, 2449, 3034, 2991, 2406, 3630, 2852, 1782.-G. J. Owen, Secretary. SERVICES.—On Sunday anniver- sary services were held by the English Congregational Sunday School. The presidents were Mr. Edwards, Mr. Francis Gibbon and Mr. T. Joy. Solos were given by Winnie Bellamy, Miss Wakefield, Violet Williams, and Clifford Yorath. Recits, Douglas Joy, Gwladys Hughes, Doris Jones, John Bellamy, Betty Davies, Artie Bevan, Eva Morgan, Vivian Gibbon, Ruby Battram, Nora Sage, Mona Phelps, Iris James, Katy Jones, Lilian Jen- kins, Doris Pulsford, Doris Close, Win- nie Bellamy, Ada Mathews, Alfred Davies, Eira Jenkins, Doris Hyde, in I Arthur Bowden, Cyril Jenkins, Muriel James, Maud Sage, Doris Martin, Don- ald Battram, Gwyneth Gibbon, Ivy Bellamy, Ethel Sage, Evelyn Powell, Edith Hughes, Lily Bellamy, Olwen Jenkins, Gwyn Yorath, Dorothy His- eock, Phyllis Jones, Lilian Jones and Phyllis Bellamy. Anthems were ren- dered by the Church Choir (Mr. G. Jones). The organist was Miss Blod- wen Mathews. Selections were given by the Fife Band .(Mr. F. Oarslake). Piccolo solo by Mr. J. Rhys Arthur. The R er. Morgan Jenkins distributed prizes for regular attendance.
Marwolaeth Pregethwr Ieuanc. Yn 5 James Street, Mountain Ash, Gorphenaf lOfed, bu farw Mr. David William Davies ar ol cystudd caled. Yn yr angladd ddydd lau gweinyddwyd gan y Parchn. W. S. Thomas, Jerusalem (ei weinidog); B. Howells, Abercynon; J. H. Davies, Killay; Fred Morgan, Morriston, a J. D. Thomas, Ffrwd, Mountain Ash. Gwelwyd yn bresenol y Parchn. R. S. Rogers, B.A., Abertawe; Gwmryn Jones, Miskin, a Mr. Evan Lewis, myfyriwr, Aberaman. Derbyn- iwyd llythyrau yn dadgan cydymdeimlad oddiwrth y Parchn. Jenkin Jones, B.A., Pontypridd; W. Jones, Treharris, a llawer o'r eglwysi y bu Mr. Williams yn pregethu ynddynt. Y prif alarwyr oeddynt:—Phoebe Davies, ei nain; Misses Annie a Maggie Williams, Blaen- ffos; Mr. a Mrs. James Davies, Phoebe Dinah a David Morris Davies, Mr. a Mrs. T. Ceiriosydd Davies, Treharris; Mrs. Devonald a Mr. Griff Davies, Aberdar; Mr. a Mrs. Evan Davies, Mountain Ash; Mr. a Mrs. David Davies, Aberaman; Mr. a Mrs. Maurice Davies, Morristown; Mr. Ben Davies, Edwardsville; Mr. Lewis Griffiths a Mrs. A. Williams, Dowlais; Mr. a Mrs. William Cresswell, Mountain Ash; Mr. a Mrs. Johnson, Cwmbach; William Davies, Gowerton; Morris Owen a Phoebe Maud Davies, Mountain Ash; Miss R. M. Lewis, Aberaman; Misses Ceinwen, Esther Jane, a Rewina Bowen, Blaenffos; Mri. John a David John Wil- liams, Cwmaman, a Willie Evans, Aber- cynon. Blodeudyrch: (1) Jerusalem; (2) Annie a Maggie Williams, Blaenffos; (3) Evan Davies a'i deulu; (4) Addie Lewis; (5) Mrs. Devonald, Aberdar; (6) Mr. a Mrs. Leach, Godreaman; (7) Mr. a Mrs. Johnson, Cwmbach. Bu Mr. Williams, yr hwn oedd bregethwr cymeradwy gyda'r Bedyddwyr, am dymor yn Ysgol Barotoawl Pontypridd dan y Proffeswr Jenkin Jones. Yn Hydref diweddaf ymunodd a'r Y.M.C.A., ond bu raid iddo roi i fyny y gwaith o herwvdd afiechyd. Nid oedd ond 25 mlwydd oed.
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is now home, having improved wonder- fully.—Private Ben Edwards, of Bryn- mair Road, formerly an assistant teach- er at Cwmaman Boys' School, now lies in hospital in Scotland suffering from shell-shock received at the battle of the Somme.—Private Stanley Gower, of Brynhyfryd, and with the Field Ambul- ance in France, has been home on a J short leave.—Private Herbert Perriss, of Alexandria Terrace, attached to the S.W.B., and who has seen active service. is home on a short leave. GARDEN PARTY AND CARNIVAL. —The third annual Garden Party, Carni- val and Sale of Work, in connection with St. Joseph's Church, was held on Thurs- day at the Cwmaman Park. A pro- cession, headed by the Cwmaman Silver Band (Mr. R. S. Howells) paraded the principal streets. The event was opened, in a very neat short speech, by Mrs. J. H. Powell, Danygraig, Aberdare. The judges in the Carnival prizes were Messrs. Tom Rees, Aberdare; Dan Jones, Cwmneol; John Davies, Globe Hotel, and J. Powell, M.E. Awards: Represen- tation of any historical character: 1st, Corona Wilson, Aberdare; 2nd, Lottie Branch, Mountain Ash. Fancy Dress: 1st, Edna Maud Withers; 2nd, Hugh Webb. Best dressed cycle: prizes divided between Mr. T. J. Jones, Aber- aman, and Mrs. Jones, Nelson Street. Humorous character: 1st, Messrs. Mar- tin Isaac and Sliewell; 2nd, Llewelyn Bros., Mountain Ash. Trade advertise- ment: 1st, Lyndhurst Eynon; 2nd, T. J. Jones, Aberaman; consolation, Miss, Edith Murray. Comic Band: 1st prize, j Alexandria Ragtime Band (Haydn Rees). Milk-vendor's turn-out: Mr. G. A. Panniers. General Tradesman's turn- out: 1st, W. Smith, Mountain Ash; 2nd, J. K. L ewis, Cwmaman. Consola- tion: Jay and Co., Aberdare. Represen- tation of any workman: 1st and 2nd divided between Trevor Jones, Aber- aman, and John H. Bowen, Cwmaman. Representation of Allies or any neutral country: 1st, Mrs. M. Daniels and children, Godreaman; 2nd, Mr. D. Jenkins, Mountain Ash. Stallholders: Refreshment Stall: Mesdames Richard Jcnes, T. Phillips and Miss Jones. General and Novelty Stall: Mrs. 1. J. ) Williams. Linen Stall: Mesdames Hugh Webb and James Webb. Lamb and Poultry Stall: Messrs. A. J. Falder and W. Weston. General Stall: Mesdames J. B. Shewell and Martin Isaac. Fancy Flower Stall: Mesdames T. J. Jenkins, C. Smith, and M. L. Thomas. Fruit and Sweet Stall: Mesdames George Cates, I Cates, D. E. Jones, and Jones. Bran Tub: Mrs. E. Twose. Pot Flower Stall: I Messrs. George Cates, M. L. Thomas, and D. Jenkins. Ice Cream Bar: Misses A. Hergest and Edith Edwards. G.F.S. Stall: Mrs. Hooper, Misses D. Williams, Gough, S. A. Larrimore, and A. VernalL Vegetable Stall: Miss Katie Lerwell. Refreshment Stall: Mrs. G. F. Dix, Mr. Cross and Miss Sage. Variety Stall: Mesdames Tom Isaac, H. Edwards, T. Bolitho, S. Constance, and F. Raison. Glynhafod Drapery Stall: Mesdames Symes, Hayman, Thomas, Major, and Faulkener. King Regesan. Mr. Tom Phillips. General Stall: Mesdames Wil- liam Gough, Arthur Crabb, Tom Jones, and Miss Jane Evans. Trayholders: (1) Mrs. Voss, Mrs. M. Edwards, and Miss Annie Voss; (2) Mesdames Raison, T. Jones, and W. Rothwell; (3) Mrs. Ll. Pugh, Mrs. G. Robins, and Miss Rosy Morris; (4) Mrs. W. Weston and Mrs. George Williams; (5) Mrs. T. Causley and Mrs. R. Ellis. Other workers: Mr. W. Renfrey and Mrs. Vernall, Mr. and Mrs. Kinder, Messrs. Robert Ellis, George Williams, and Morris Edwards. Afternoon tea table: Mrs. (Dr.) F. C. Bullen.—In the Timbering Competition (organised by Mr. Tom Richards) the judges were: Messrs. Dan Jones, M.E., J. Powell, M.E., A. J. Falder, and John Lloyd. Awards: Class 1, open: 1st and 2nd prizes divided between Morgan Evans and Stephen Henton; 3rd, William Thomas. Class 2, novice: 1st, Tom Evans; 2nd, John Williams; 3rd, Edwin Pound. In the air rifle competition m charge of Messrs. Martin Isaac and W. Hergest: 1st, John Williams; 2nd, John Williams; 3rd, Sam Hughes; 4th and 5th, Owen Owen and Albert Wilson (equal). The secretaries were Messrs. G. F. Dix and Richard J. Griffiths.