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PENRHIWCEIBER.

GENERAL WORKERS' UNION.

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CWMBACH.

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CWMBACH. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in yonr bept rooms. Vtiot1c ON LEAVE. — Driver Alfred Evans, son of h. and Mrs. W. Evans, Farmer's Arms, is now home on leave. Tie will probably be discharged soon owing to a wound in his leg- ST? MARY MAGDALENE'S. On Sunday evening Mr. F. W. i Mellor officiated. He read the Kings pro- clamation, urging the strictest economy in the consumption of food. "God save the King" was sung. Miss M. Jones presided at the organ. FUNERAL. The funeral of Mr. Richard Doughton, aged 43 years, of 11 Rose Row, took place on Wednesday at ,0i", are C^etery, when the Revs. Myddiai Jones and Joseph James officiated. Several hymns were sung en route. The chief mourners were: r irst coach, Mrs. Kate Doughton, widow; Miss Gwennie Doughton, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doughton, brother; Mrs. A. Jeffreys, Swansea, sister; Mrs. L. Ford, sister- in-law; 2nd coach, Mrs. J. James, Mrs. D. T. Davies, Ynysboeth; Mrs. R. Hughes, sisters-in-law; Mrs. F. Doughton, Ammanford; Mrs. Davies, Penrhiwceiber; 3rd coach. Miss May Ford, Miss Davies, Mrs. Davies, Pen- rhiweeiber; Mrs. B. Jones, Miss Blod- wen Doughton, nieces; Mrs. W. Davies; 4th coach, Mr. and Mrs. B. Doughton, Miss Martha Doughton, Mrs. Elizabeth Doughton. and M. Doughton; 5th coach, Mrs. J. Roberts, Miss Ivy Doughton, nieces; Mrs. Harris, Aber- nant; Mrs. J. Vaughan, Mrs. W. Evans, Mrs. M. Jones, neighbours; 6th coach, M rs. Morris, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Evans, I Thornhill; Miss Mathews, Penrhiw- ceiber; Miss Evans and Miss M. H. Davies; 7th coach, Mrs. Davies. Duffryn Arms; Mrs. D. Thomas, Mrs. R. Thomas, Mrs. D. R. Davies and Mrs. S. E. Hill. Walking behind the hearse were: Messrs. Thomas Ford, Francis Doughton, David Lewis, Mr. Jeffreys, Messrs. Daniel Davies, Penrhiwceiber; David Doughton, D. Thomas Davies, Richard Hughes, W. J. James, Merlin Davies, W. Jones. Johnny Roberts, J. Lewis. A large number of floral tributes were given. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Mr. J. Zachariah, Aberdare.

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