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I Mayo (brothers-in-law) and Mr. Willie Evans, Porthcawl. The following; acted as bearers:—Messrs. Bound, W. Nicholas, Bert Phillips, D. W. Richards (grocer), R. Eddy (painter), and David Jones, Car- diff. Mr. Dobson was a native of Gras- mere, on the border of Scotland, and came to reside in Mid-Rhondda about 24 years ago, and ultimately took over the Cross Keys Hotel. Tonypandy, after which lie held the licenses of the, Ivor Hael Hotel, Llwynypia, and the Adare Hotel, Tonypandy. Deceased went to reside at Porthcawl six years ago, but did not relinquish the management of the Adare Hotel until sixteen months ago. Mr. Dobson was well known and highly respected, and held many offices in con- nection with various institutions. He was secretary of the Rhondda. Licensed Victuallers' Association for 13 years; treasurer of the Shepherds and Foresters at the time of his death and Primo and treasurer of the R.A.O.B. He was also a great supporter of the Llwynypia Athletic Club since its commencement. Mr. W. J. Richards, the son of Mr. D. W. Richards, grocer, Tonypandy, has just passed his Preliminary Law Examina- tion. Mr. Richards, who is only 17 years of age, is at present a student at the Taunton School.