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General Booth III

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Funeral of Mrs. M. Rees, Tonypandy.

A VISIT FROM LINCOLN.

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Pentre. The result of the Board of Education examination in elementary mining, held at Pentre Higher Elementary School, has just been made public. Out of six candi- dates the following three have been. suc- cessful :—Benjamin James (First Class), William J. Jones (First Class), and Henry S. Blight (Second Class). The above results are very creditable, con- sidering the high standard of the exam- ination set by the Board of Education. We sincerely regret having to record the death of Mrs. Bufton, 60, Llewelyn Street, Pentre, at the comparatively early age of 42 years. For some time Mrs. Bufton had been in failing health, and for the last fortnight or so had been an inmate of Cardiff Infirmary, where an operation was performed upon her throat. Apparently, Mrs. Bufton was improving since Friday, but on Monday there was a sudden relapse, and Mrs. Bufton passed away—a victim to that dread disease cancer. The deceased lady was an ml) a brtant of Ton, where her mother and brother still reside, and was very "nular among her neighbours at Pentre. We tender our sincerest sym- pathy to the husband, Mr. Bufton, and to the daughter, as well as to the rela- tives. The funeral takes place on Friday.

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