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LIST OF AGENTS.

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Treherbert. The interment of the late Robert Jones (Cwmjgwrach), whose death we an- nounced in our last issue, took place on Wednesday at Carmel Burial-ground. The officiating ministers were the Revs. J. Pethian Davies and H. Harris, D.D. The list of mourners was as follows:- Mr. and Mrs. David Evans (son-in-law and daughter), Mr.'and Mrs. F, Harding (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones (son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Price (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs, David Evans, Junr. (grand-son), Mr. M. Evans and Miss S. J. Evans (grand-children), Misses Bronwen and Morfvdd JEvans (grand-children), Mr. and Mr* Ben Thomas (grand-daughter). Mr. and Mrs. Frecl Harding, Junr. (grand-son), Mr. and Mrs. Rees Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roberts, Mr. Henry Brace, Masters Thomas and William Harding and Misses Beatrice and Florence Hard- ing (grand-children), Master David and Misses Blodwen, Mary Gwen, and Ruth Price, Master Willie and Misses Mary, Gwladys, and Annie Morris, Masters Benjamin and Freddie Thomas (grand- children). It is interesting to note that deceased had 34 grand-children. The undertaking wa§ oaxricd out by Mv. I Michael Davies, Treherbert. i The anniversary services of the Wes- leyan Sunday School, Ynyswen, were held on Sunday last. The services were con- ducted by Mr. M. H. Davies, Treorchy. In the morning, an address was given on Sunday School Work." Solos, recita- tions, dialogues, duets, &c., were very creditably given by the Sunday School scholars, and select music was rendered by the chapel choir, conducted by Mr. D. Gower, and accompanied by A. Summers. On Friday evening last, the workmen of the Treherbert Brewery held a concert at the Castle Hotel for < the purpose of presenting Mr. R. H. Jones, of the Brewery, with a marble clock on the occa- sion of his marriage. There was a very large attendance, and the evening was a most enjoyable one. Messrs. D, Davies, Share, Hooper, Rogers1, Barnes, Lewis, Brower and Francis contributed towards an excellent programme. The first part of the programme having been gone through the Chairman (Mr. J. L. -Evans) made the presentation in a very happy speech. Further addresses were given lay Messrs. B. R. Griffiths and W. H. Rogers. Mr. Jones, in responding, said that he valued the present, not for its actual worth, but because of the kind thoughts and wishes which accompanied it. He had been among them for a. number of years, and he thought that during the whole time he had not known a more congenial body of men. He was highly delighted with the present, and he was sure that his appreciation would be. shared by the lady who had done him the honour of becoming his wife. The second part of the programme was then pro- ceeded with, and the meeting closed with the singing of the National Anthem. BEANSTICKS in Bundles, large or small quantities.—R. T. Jones, The Tram Terminus, Treherbert. 4893

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