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ABERAMAN. DON'T delay, but call on JAY. GARDEN SEEDS.—Only first prize seeds stocked. Choicest selection at Emrys Evans', M.P.S., Victoria Square. JOIN our Shoe Club. Select your Whitsun Shoes now.—Lewis, 1 Canon Street, Aberdare. OBITUARY.—Mrs. Margaret Phillips, wife of Mr. George Phillips, 44 Com- merce Place, passed away on Thursday. She was 43 years of age, and highly re- spected. She leaves a husband, two daughters and seven sons, two of whom are serving with the colours, namely. Privates Jack Phillips, 5th Welsh, in Bgypt, and George Phillips, Welsh Regiment, ..in France. TEA MEETINGS ABANDONED. At a meeting of the Aberaman Welsh Sunday Schools Union, held on Sunday at Libanus Vestry, Mr. J. Evans pre- siding, it was unanimously decided to abandon the annual Sunday Schools de- monstration for 1917 owing to the food shortage. The churches represented were: Libanus (C.M.), Saron (Cong.), Gwawr (B.), and Ynyslwyd (B.). The secretary is Mr. T. D. Williams, Saron. WAR NEWS. Private Richard Wil- liams, of the A.V. Corps, in a letter to his wife and family, who reside at Trap Road, Aberdare, states that he is quite well. He is the son of Mrs. Charlotte Williams, Ynyscynon, Cwmbach. He is at Salonika, and was unable to attend the funeral of his brother, the late. David John Williams, 327 Cardiff Road. Private Williams has not been home once since his enlistment in July, 1915.

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