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Forth. It is with sad regret that we have to record the death and burial of Mr. John Lewis, late official at the Cymmer col- lieries for 28 years. Deceased was born at Merthyr, and was the son of the late Elias Lewis, of "Y Wern," who served for many years as manager under the Crawsha'y "family, Merthyr Mr. John Lewis came to Porth about 30 years ago, and remained there up to the time of his death, which took place at his resi- dence, Penypound, Cymmer on the 18th iiist., after an illness of some months' duration, borne vith much patience and fortitude. He was a man admired by all who came into contact with him, and the esteem in which he was held was evinced by the large concourse of people who came to pay their last tribute to the deceased on Tuesday. The coffin, which was of unpolished oak, was covered with beautiful wreaths, sent by "The Colliery Officials," Windsor Building Club," and "Mistress and Staff of Cymmer Infants' School," etc. The officiating minister was the Rev. J. T. Davies, who spoke in high terms of the deceased. The chief mourners were Mrs. Lewis (widow); Tom Lewis (son), Misses Amelia. Jenny, Cein- wen Lewis (daughters) Mr and Mrs Evans (brothey-in-law and sister); Mr and Mrs Lewis Lewis (brother and sister- in-law); Mrs Lewis and family (Aberfan), Mr Harry Evans, B.A., Merthyr; Mr. and Mrs Thomas, Cefn Mr Sidney Jones, Miss Melia Evans, Maesycymmer; Mr Jacob and Mrs Jones, Treorchy Mrs Williams and Mrs Richards, Ystrad Mrs xill I Griffiths, Mr Jones, Cymmer Miss Jones, Porth, Mr Llewellyn Williams. --+-- Amongst the genera! public were: Mr. T. Griffiths, M.E., J.P. Mr E S Wil- liams, M.E. Mr W H Bowen, M.E. Mr E Morgan, the Cymmer Colliery Offi- cials; Vicar Thomas; Alderman. M. Wil- liams; Councillor W. T. Davies; Mr J. Brooks Mr. N. Llewellyn, Barry Mr. Orchard, Porth; Mr. E. R. Griffiths, Mr R Davies, Cymmer: Mr M. Morgan, Cymmer Mr D. Evans, Mr James Evans Mr. Evan Davies.. Mr Dan James, Peny- graig; Mr. David Rees, Porth; D'rs. Lionel Lewis and Edwards, Mr D, Jones, di 11 (i M1" T. Davies, chemist; Miss -it schoolmistress: Mrs Griffiths, j\J8.eSs!;wyn; Miss Griffiths, Llantrisant- Mrs Thomas, Cymmer; Mrs Priichard, Cilrynydd; Mrs J. T. Davies, Mrs Davie's, Pantglas, and several others. The funeral arrangements- were in the hands of Mr. John Williams. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods5 Great Peppermint Cure. 2/9. PALM SUN DAY.-J. NEST JONES. '"Scnlp'tor, Trealaw. lias a fine-selection of wreaths and wire- guards. HeaJdnnes and jjrave reouisitee. 4723

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