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Tylorstown.

Tonypandy.

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Treorchy.

Pentre,

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Pentre, It is seldom that one has to chronicle the deaths of three neighbours, who died within a few hours of each other, and who were also members of the same church. This happened last week at Pentre, in the persons of Mr. Wm. Llewellyn, 28 Queen Street; Miss Edwards, 37, Queen Street, and Mrs. Thomas, 49, Queen Street, all being long and faithful members at Nazareth Church. The funerals of the two de- ceased ladies took place on Tuesday at Treorchy Cemetery, the Revs. D. Davies (Nazareth) and T. Davies, Treorchy, officiating. The funeral of Mr. Llewellyn took place on the following day, the Rev. D. D.vieSl again officiating. The Rev. Oribner Llewellyn, B.A., who was ordained pastor of a church at Johns- town, Pa. (U.S.A.), last year, is a son of the latter, and is now on his way home. The greatest sympathy is ex- tended towards the bereaved relatives. The arrangements in connection with Mrs. Thomas's funeral were carried out by Messrs. Howell Williams and Sons, Ystrad. About fifteen or sixteen members of the Pentre Higher Grade Past Students' Association assembled near the Ton Library last Thursday evening for a' ten-mile 'ramble on the mountains. The guide chosen was Mr. W. D. Thomas, B.A., of Clydach Vale. The ramblers left the main road near St. David's Church, Ton, and an old well worn path to the mountain top was followed. Having reached the summit, the party travelled southwards over Mynydd y Bwllfa, until an excellent view of Gla-

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Ogmore Vale.

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Pentre,

I Treherbert.

Trealaw.