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HIRWAIN. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. A. J. PADDOCK wishes to an- iiounce that he has a branch shop in Cross Street with a fine selection of Baths, Lavatories, Gasfittings, and all Sanitary Goods, and where all orders for repairs, etc., may be sent. FOOD ECONOMY CAMPAIGN. A meeting in connection with the above was held at the St. Lleurwg's Parish Room on Thursday last, the Itev. M. P. Aloses presiding. Air. E. Ogwen Williams, F.R.G.S., Aber- dare, delivered a powerful and in- spiring address. Air. George Jenkins, Secretary of the Aberdare War Savings' Association, spoke on our duty to help the country by c exercising economy in the use of bread, and particularly to avoid waste. The Rev. J. R. Dewi Wil- liams, Vicar, proposed, and the Rev. E. Wern Williams seconded a resolution, which was unanimously carried, pledging the meeting to do its utmost to limit the consumption of foodstuffs and especially bread. lrs. D. G. Jones and Councillor J. O. George also spoke. DEATH AND INTERMENT. — Airs. Margaret Davies, of 12 High Street, who was 80 years of age, passed away on Thursday last. She was a native of Hirwain, but had spent many years at Wattstown. She was a faithful adherent of Soar Wesleyan Church, and was held in great esteem. The interment took place at Bryngar Cemetery on Alon- day last. The officiating ministers were the Revs. J. H. Williams, pastor, and E. Cefni Jones. The mourners were: Air. William Davies, husband; Mr. and Airs. Benjamin Davies, Hirwain; Mr. and Airs- Lewis Davies, Ynyshir; Mr. and Airs. David Davies, Ogmore; Air. and Airs. William Davies, Porth; Mr. and Mrs. John Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davies, Wattstown, sons; Air. and Airs. Samuel Alorris, Watts- town, daughter; -\fr. John Hopkin, brother; Mrs. Jane Hopkin, sister; Air. and Mrs. Tom Hill, Mr. and Airs. Abraham Reynolds, Ir. Henry John Hill, Aliss Alary Lizzie Hill, Miss Cassie Morris, Wattstown; Afessrs. Robert and Joseph G. Alorris, Mr. Teddy Davies, Watts- town, nephews and nieces. PRESENTATION. At Ramoth (B.) Vestry on Alonday evening a presentation was made to Ir. W. Josiali Evans, The Lilacs, who is leaving for Treherbert. The Rev. E. Cefni Jones, pastor, presided. The chairman referred to the loss the church would sustain through the departure of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Evans. Air. Evans was always willing to work in any capacity in the church. A pianoforte solo was given by Aliss Lizzie )1. Davies. Recitation, Aliss Al. Dilys Jones. Solo, Gwen Jones. Recitation, Emlyn Morgan. Solo, Miss Hannah Harris. Recitation, Annie Rowe. Air. Owen George, J.P., presented Air. Evans with a portmanteau. He dwelt on Air. Evans' activity for 40 years in the church. He wished Mr. and Airs. Evans happiness in their new home. Alessrs. John Edwards, who referred to Mr. Evans' services as church secretary; Rees Jones, pre- centor; Tom Young, and Thomas Jones, J.P., made appropriate ad- dresses. Mr. George Collier, on be- half of the Hirwain United Choir, then presented Mr. Evans with a handsome walking-stick. He referred to Mr. Evans' services as chairman of the Choir Committee. The Rev. E. Cefni Jones presented Mr. Evans with a beautifully-bound volume of sermons. Mr. Evans thankfully acknowledged the gifts. It had been a pleasure to him to work in the church. Songs were sung bv Mr. Tom Harris and Mrs. -inn Thomas.



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