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Trealaw. 1 In the death of Mr. William Pra-tten, greengrocer, Trealaw, Mid-Rhondda lost one of its oldest His demise, which we reported last week, was very sudden and came as a surprise to all who knew him. The funeral took place on Friday last, the mortal remains being interred at Llethrddu Cemetery, Trealaw. Noticeable among the general public were the large number of fruiterers and fishmongers who had gathered to pay a last token of respect to their departed fellow-tradesman. The Rev. E. W. Hughes, curate of St. Cynon's Church, Ynyscynon, officiated at the house and graveside. The chief mourners included: -On foot-Mr. David Pratten (son), Messrs. Michael Cbndron, H. Matthews, Penarth, George Bees, Samuel Studley, and Bert Owen (sons-in-law), Mr. Tom Tuck (grandson-in-law), Messrs. David and Albert Matthews Penarth (grandsons) Messrs. David, Willie. Charlie, Frank and Johnny Bees (grandsons), Mr. Christopher Studley, Messrs. Harry and Jack Taylor, and Mr. Harry Meyer; firist coach—Mrs.

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