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Porth. With deep regret we chronicle the death of Mr. Edward Rees, Glyn Street, Cymmer. which took place on Wednesday last at his residence. Mr. Rees, who was only 42 years of age, wass employed .at the Lewis Merthyr Collieries, and whilst unloading a tram of rubbish, a huge stone fell upon him, fracturing the ribs so .severely as to cause the shattered -ends to penetrate the lungs, causing death within a few minutes of his arrival home. The deceased leaves a widow and six children to lament his untimely end, together with an aged mother and a number of brothers and sisters. Deceased was a. member of the Forth Carnival -Committee from its establishment, and L to .show their sympathy with the bereaved, and at the request of Coun- cillor W. T. Davies, the Carnival Com- mittee, all wearing white carnations, attended the funeral, which took place on Saturday last. The Britannia Lodge of the Royal Ivorites Society, of which deceased was also a member, were also present. The funeral was one of the largest ever keen at Cymmer, extending nearly a mile in length. The Rev. J. T. Davies, Cymmer, officiated at the house and at the graveside. Appended is a list of the relatives:—Mrs. Edward Rees (widow) Masters Thomas and David Rees (sons) Misses Janet, Mary, and Rosie Rees (daughters); Mrs. Janet Rees (motlJe:l)\¡; Mr., and Mrs. David Rees, Bryneirion House, Cymmer (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. Evan Rees., Porth (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. ;-Alid Mm J. Jenkins, Barry (brother-in- law and sister); Mrs. J. Crabb, Trow- bridge (sister); Mr. and Mrs. Hopkin Price, Porth (brother-in-law and sister) Mr. and Mrs. E!. Morgan. Senghenydd (brother-in-law and sister) Mr. and Mrs. T. Thomas and children, Aberhondda Road, Porth; Mrs. A. Bowen (sister-in- law) and children, Llantrisant; Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams, Penygraig; Mrs. L. Morgan, Tonyrefail Mr. and Mrs. J. Davies and chiiaren, Mount Pleasant, Porth: Misses Rosie Rees, Janet Rees, and Elizabeth Mary Rees, Porth (nieces) Messrs. Edward J. and Henry Price, and Miss Annie Maud Price, Porth (nephews and niece) Mr. J. Edward James, Devonshire (nephew) Mr. W. J. Crabb, Porth (nephew) Miss Mary Morgan, Senghenydd (niece); Mrs. E. Rees, "Collier's Arms, Llanliarry (sister-in-law) Mr. E. Rees, Llanharry (nephew); Mr. D. Rees, Seven Sisters (nephew) Mrs. E. Lewis, Moreland Farm, (Towbridge; Mr. D. Richards, Cowbridge (brother-in- law) Mr. and Mrs. T. Morgan, Barry (nephew and iiiece) Mr. Edward J. Jenkins and Miss M. Jenkins, Barry nephetv and niece) Mrs. W. Thomas, Cymmer (sister-in-law) Mrs. J. James and Mrs. M. Morgan. Glynfach Road, Cymmer; Mr. and Mrs. M. Morgan, Llantrisant (cousins); Miss iNt Morgan, Messrs. J. Morgan, R. Morgan, D. Thomas, and J. Bartlett, Llantrilsant (cousins); Mr. W. James, Bargoed (uncle); Mr. M. Griffiths, Bargoed (aunt). Others present were:—Coun- cillor W. T. Davies (Porth), Councillor D. Watts Morgan (miners' agent), Messrs. Charles Oatridge, M.E., A. Orchard (Porth Hotel). Robert Farr (contractor), J. Treharne, Harry Lockston. Wm. Rees and J. Hughes (checkweighers, Porth). The coffin, which was of polished oak, Was covered with numerous wreaths. The interment took place at Llethrddu Ceme- tery, Trealaw. J MOUNTNEY (late J Corclins:), 42, Royal "• Arcade, CARDIFF, Bird and Animal Preserver, To the Mont Hon. The Marquis of Bute Preserver, To the Most Hon. The Marquis of Bute and the Cardiff Museumi Skins and Furs Dressed Bugs lined and made up, Glass shades or Clocks and Ornamen 8 of all aiipp,

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