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PENRHIWCEIBER. JAY'S easy payment system is easy tor you. INTERMENT. The remains of Miss Annie Jane Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, 1 Glanlay Street, were laid to rest at Maesyr- arian Cemetery on Thursday last. She had been ill for a considerable time. She was in her 13th year. The Rev. David Jones, M.A., officiated. The following were the mourners: Parents; Miss Mary Williams, sister; Messrs. Rees, Gwilym and David John Williams, brothers; Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Cockett, uncle and aunt; Mr. James Williams (Ap Valant), grand- father; Rev. Richard Williams, Aber- dare, and Mr. Gwilym Rees, uncles, and Mr. William Rees, cousin. A large num- ber of deceased's schoolmates attended. MILITARY. Private Albert H. Curtiss, 4a Penybryn Terrace, is now home on furlough from France. He ar- rived on Tuesday week. He enlisted in July, 1915, in the 3rd Welsh, and under- went training at Cardiff and Barry. He was then drafted to France. He went with the transport section to Ypres and thence to Neuve Chapelle. He was taken ill, and spent some time at Warrington Hospital. He will go on Saturday next to Cheshire. and probably afterwards to France. All wish him the best of luck. —.

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