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abercwmboi. YOU will be pleased after calling at JA<KAY'S 'LINSEED COMPOUND' for Coughs Colde and Bronchial troubles. lHd., 3/*• ON NEW YEARS Ev E a ( grand performance of the cantata, Pearl, the Fishermaiden," was given at the Workmen's Hall by the Institute Choir and the Happy Boys, conduct- or Mr. D. Lewie Evans. The accom- panist was Mr. David .Tone-H. who was assisted by an orchestra. Air Philip Rees presided- The charac- ters were: Lorenzo, W illiam George; Pearl, Miss Magie Evans; Daddy Whelk, Isaac Williams; Dame Whelk, Miss Sarah E. Evans; Fili- ette, Miss Maggie M. Neal; King ill- fonso, Tom J. Thomas; Lord Chan- cellor David Thomas; Limenckms, Wm. Sam Jones; Petrach, D. Joseph Davies; Mistress of bed chamber, Miss Maria Lambert; Messenger. D. Mprgan Rees. A hearty vote of thanks to choir, conductoi and chair- man was moved by Mr. K-ees Davies, seconded by Mr Evan Phillips. Credit is due to conductor and ar- tistes for their masterly uertormance. DEATH AND INT £ RMENT.~WO regret to record the death of Mr. John Davies. which took place on Boxing dav at the heme of his sister, Mrs. Edward A. Hill, 7 Jenkin St. Deceased, who had been resident here for some vears, was a native of Cwm- bach. and a brother of Councillor David Davies. The funeral took place on Wednesday, the Rev. M. Jenkins (B.) officiating. The chief mourners were.:—1st coach, Mrs J. V. Howells, daughter; Mrs. Edward Hill, sister. Mrs. David Davies, Mrs Thomas Davies. Mrs. WAlliani Davie8, sisters-in-law; Mrs. William Morgan. Treherbert, niece; 2nd coach, Mrs M. Davies. Cwmbach, :1\li. Harriet A. Rees. niece; Miss Jane Davies, Cwmbach, niece; Mrs. Thomas Davies, Mrs. M. A. Evans, and Miss Sarah Evans, Dowlais; 3rd coach, Mrs. David Williams, Mrs. John Roberts, Mrs. J. Roberts. Mrs. Thomas J. Evan, Mrs. Hayes, Cinn- amon, cousins; 4th coach, Mrs. Mary Davies Mrs. M. E. Rees, Cwmbach, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Pugh, Mrs. H. Ward; 5th coach, Mrs. M. Davies, Mrs. E. Williams, Airs- G. Milton, Mrs. Colcombe, Mountain Ash; 6tli coach Mr. M. Jenkins. Mr. James Glover, Mrs. William Williams, Mrs James, Mrs. Stoneman. Following the hoarse were: John V. Howells, son-in-law; Councillor tD. Davies, Thomas Davies, and Wm. Davies, brothers; Edward Ài. Hill, brother-in-law William Morgan, nephew; John Roberts, Johnny Rob-, erts, Fred Roberts, cousins. Wreaths were sent by Mr. and Mrs J. V. How- ells; Mr and Mrs. E. M. Hill, Airs. D. E. Davies, Mrs. Sarah Davies. Air J. Zachariah, Aberdare, was the undertaker. OBITUARY. -li is with deep re- gret that we record the sudden death of Mrs. Jane Williams, 85 Jenkin St., who viis a native of Carmarthen, but had resided at Abercwmboi for 50 years. Her husband, Mr. John Williams, had predeceased her by 8 years. Deceased, who was 73 years of age, was about on Wednesday, and at 10 p.m. retired for the night. Soon afterwards she called her daughter, Airs. Edward Williams, who hasten- ed to the room. The old lady ex- pired in a few minutes from heart failure. The interment took place on Mondav at the New Cemetery. Aber- dare. The Rev H. P. Jenkins. Saron, officiated, assisted by Rev. M. Jen- kins, Bethesda. The mourners were: Messrs. Evan Evans. William Wil- liams, P.S. David Williams, Cwm- paro, sons; Edward Wiliams. son-in- law; Johnnie and Gwilym Williams, Jackie Williams, grandsons; Messrs. Thomas Jones, Cilfynvdd, David Jones, Merthvr. Evan Davies and Gwilym Davies, Ystrad, David J. Thomas, Rees Thomas, Hector Jen- kins, David John Lewis, and Trevor Thomas, P.C. Hector Jenkins, Tony- pandy, James Jenkins Johnny Jen- kins, John Owen, nephews; Air. Henrv Stock, Treforest, Mr. Lewis. New Inn, Clvdach Vale, and Mr. Ar- thur Williams. — i