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The Ynysangharad Street Disturbance.

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A Barmaid Assaulted at Diqas.

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Funeral of Mr. Ivor John,…

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Funeral of Mr. Ivor John, Ynyshir. The funeral took place on Thursday, at the Lledrddu Cemetery, amid every manisfestation of sorrow, of Mr IVOR John, Eagle Hotel, The deceased, who had resided at Ynyshir for many years, expired at Barry Dock on the 17th inst., whence he had proceeded to spend a few uays with his brother. For many years he was chief clerk with Mr Robert Duncan, of the Glamorgan Coal Company. He was an able controversialist in both .unglish and Welsh, and possessed ex- ceptionai capabilities. The esteem in which the deceased was held was clearly demonstrated by the large number that attended the funeral ob- sequies. The service at the residence was con- ducted by the Vicar, the Rev Samuel Jones, L.D. and the well-known hymn, "Mae 'nghyfeillion adre n myned," was most feelingly • The mournful cortege, headed by the members of the "Lily of Fairfield Lodge," of the Loyal Order of Shepherds, and Bristol and West of England Society, of which deceased was an honorary member, then wended its way to the oemjetery. Amongst the mmediae relatives present were: Mrs John (widow), Mr Davies and Mr John Davies, Windsor Hotel, Pentre; Mr John John Miss John, and Mrs John, Barry; Mr George Davies, Tonypandy; Mr Martin John and Mrs John, Blaengwynfi; Mr and Mrs John, Ystrad; Mr and Mrs Llewellyn, Taff's Well; Mr Robotham, Treforest; Mr and Mrs Wil- liams, Nantgarw; Mr and Mrs Davies, Maesy- ffynon, Trealaw; Mr John Williams, J.P., Clyd- ach Court; Mr Tom Davies, Court Villa, Tony- pandy; Mr Thomas Williams and Mrs Williams, Pandy Inn; Mr and Mrs Evans, and Mrs Evans, Ynyscynon, Trealaw; Mr Evans and Mrs Evans, Cilfaelfydd Mr George Williams, registrar; Mr Thomas, Metropolitan Bank, Pontypridd; Mr Reeves, Penarth; Mr and Miss Davies, Imperial Hotel, Porth; Miss Williams, Wyndham Hotel, Treherbert. The service at the cemetery was again conducted by Rev Sam. Jones, L.D. At the church, Dr Parry's soul-stirring hymn,"Aber- ystwyth," to the words "Beth svdd i mi yn y byd?" was sung with so much pathos that many were unable to restrain their tears. The coffin, which was beautifully decorated with floral tri- butes, and was of polished oak, was laid in the family vault to the strains of "Bydd myrdd o ryfeddodau." Tha whole of the funeral ar- rangements were most efficiency carried out under the supervision of Mr Jones, undertaker, Ynyshir. Much sympathy is being expressed with Mrs John and family in their sad and sudden bereavement.

The Trumpeter's Christmas.

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