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Mountain Ash.


Mountain Ash. INVALID.—We regret to announce the serious illness of Mrs. Sem Davies, Elim Villas, Allen-street. Although slightly better on Wednesday morning, her con- dition is giving cause for grave anxiety to her relatives and many friends. GLYNDWR'S CHOIR. Last Sunday the above choir gave a farewell concert in the Pavilion. The programme com- prised many old favourites and several new items. The choir left Mountain Ash on Tuesday morning by the 8.28 train for Southampton, where a concert was given the same evening. The party left Southampton for the States on Wed- nesday. THE FATAL WEDDING.—Our read- ers will be pleased to know that a splen- did play will be presented at the Public Institute next week by Mr. Percy Wil- liams, who provides the well-known Lon- don success, The Fatal Wedding." The late Mr. Clement Scott was once asked to name the chief essential of a good play. Human interest" replied the famous critic without an instant's hesi- tation. Human interest" explains why The Fatal Wedding" is now in its 8th season, a, stronger favourite than ever. It is a play beloved by audiences throughout the length and breadth of the kingdom. THE PAVILION VARIETIES.The management, Messrs. Stuckey and Reid, have a full programme of excellent talent for the patrons of the above place of amusement this week. Miss Saxon- Devon, a brilliant soprano, gives a high- class entertainment with illustrated songs. Wallis and Kearns, in patter, song and dance, are tip-top artistes in their line. The vocal scena, "A loyal old soldier," by Mr. John King and Miss May Rene, deservedly win immense ap- plause. Seymour & Mead in the scream- ing absurdity, The soldier and the maid," are extraordinary fun makers, and create roars of laughter from begin- ning to end. Mr. George Carte gives some capital comic songs. The pictures on the Pavilionscope are always up-to- date. Great things next week. FUNERAL.—The interment of the mortal remains of Mrs. M. J. Charles, relict of Mr. Charles (chemist), and daughter of the late Mr. Edward Wil- liams, Cefnpennar, took place at Cae- garw Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. The deceased lady was 67 years of age, and had been ailing for several years. She was the mother of the late Mrs. Harry Long, Commercial Street. The officiating minister # was the Rev. Aeron Davies. The chief mourners were: Messrs. Harry Long, son-in-law; Edward Evans, nephew, Gwyn Ifor Farm; Rees Williams, nephew, Aberdare; William Evans, cousin; Evan Rowlands, G. Peg- ler, S. O. Pegler, Blaenavon; J. Miles, Pontypool; J. W. Hek, Aberdare; Arthur Morgan, Abercwmboi; W. Pugh, Aber- cwmboi; Stanley Humphries, Aberaman. Some magnificent floral tributes were re- ceived from: Mr. H. W. Long, cross; Miss Lily Long, spray of lilies; Miss Violet Long, spray of violets; Mr. and Mrs. W. Pugh and Miss G. Hopkins, wreath; Misses Long, wreath; Mr. G. Pegler, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hek; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan; Mr and Mrs. Ed. Evans and family; Mr. Rees Williams and family. The coffin was handsome panelled oak, and the funeral was conducted by Mr. Frank Mills and Mr. Dd. Evans. CONCERT.—An entertainment quite unique in its way was given to the patients of the Cottage Hospital last Thursday evening. The whole party- except two-were members of the same family, and also related to one of the patients, Mrs. Dean, 6, Commercial- street, who has been an inmate for eight weeks, and has undergone a serious oper- ation. The capital programme is append- ed, several items having to be repeated: Pianoforte duct, "Royal Escort," Arthur and Willie Watkins; song, Alone on the raft," Mr. Moses Jenkins; song, "The Bugler," Mr. F. Watkins; quartett "Do I wake," Mesdames Dean & Deveril and Messrs. A. and H. Watkins; bone solo, Mr. A. Watkins, junior; song and chorus, "Only to see her face again," Willie Watkins and party; song, "Some- where," Mr. M. Jenkins; eong, Mon- arch of the storm," Mr. A. Watkins; pianoforte solo, U Maiden's prayer," Mr. A. Watkins, jnr.; duet, "Tell me, gentle stranger," Mrs. Deveril and Mr. F. Watkins; mandoline duet, Messrs. A. Watkins, junr., and A. Escott; song, When the ebb tide flows," Mr. M. Jenkins; song and chorus, "Eileen Alan- nah," Mr. A. Watkins; duet, "Larboard watch," Messrs Jenkins and F. Watkins; song, Volunteer Organist," Master Willie Watkins; song, "Every bullet has its billet," Mr. Fred Watkins; trio, Fair Flora Decks," Messrs. Jenkins, A. and H. Watkins. FUNERAL.—The interment of the mortal remains of Mrs. Edith Ann Col- lins, wife of Mr. Stanley Geo. Collins, 53, Cardiff-road, took place in Maesyr- arian Cemetery on Sunday afternoon. The deceased lady was only 29 years of age, and died from injuries sustained fram a fall in her own house The body was taken to St. Margaret's Church, where a short service was conducted by the Rev. George Jones, curate in charge of St. Dyfrig's, Newtown. The chief 1 mourners were: The husband, Master Stanley Collins, son; Mr. Edwin John Collins, father-in-law, Warminster; Mrs. Alice Day, sister-in-law, Warminster; Mr. Samuel George Randall, Warmin- ster; Mr. Fred Randall, London; Mrs. Harry Dunford, Warminster; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Macey, Cefnpennar; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Newtown; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Randall. A large number of the general public followed, including Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. John Davies (New- town), Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Keefe, and Mrs. Dowse. The following were bearers: Messrs. Tim Smith. Alfred Smith, Richd. Randall, George Harford, Albert Hooper, John Davies, Reginald Nicholls. E. R. McGregor, Sergt. Tom Davies, Alf. Brad- dish, Wm. Lilly, Albert Bethell, Chap. Hale. Lot Stephens, Chas. Notley, Fred Clouter, Mike Morris, Dd. James Acidis- cott, Geo. Hart, Joe Hoskins, Goo. Mansfield, Will Evans, J. Horrigan, J. Evans, Jack Keefe, James Francis, Jas. Jones. Floral tributes were received from.. Sergt. Bluett, Mr. and Mrs. J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith and Mrs. Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rear- don and Mr. and Mrs. Regan, Mrs. Brvau (The Laurels). Mr. and Mrs. Macey, Mrs. Geo. Harford, Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. 'Nutt, and Mr. Chas. Notley. The funeral was furnished throughout by Mr Frank Mills and Mr. Dd. Evans.

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