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The Secret of the Alps.

New Bethania Chapel, Tonypandy.

Tylorstown.

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Tylorstown. With deep regret we chronicle the death of Mr. Ellis Saunders, which took place at the Diamond Jubilee Hotel, the resi- dence of his daughter and son-in-law. Deceased was 65 years of age, and had resided in Tylorstown for the last 33 years, and was a faithful and highly re- spected member of Libanus (C.M.) Chapel. The funeral took place on Wednesday last, the remains being interred at Llethr- ddui Cemetery. The following relatives were present: —First coach—Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Jones, Jubilee Hotel (son-in- law and daughter), Master Emrys Jones and Miss Doris Jones (grandchildren): second coach—Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Saunders, Gelli Hotel (son and daughter- in-law), Miss Elsie Saunders (grand- daughter), Mrs. Jones, Bute Hotel, Tre- alaw, and Mr. Edgar Jones, Maesteg (son); third coach-Mr. and Mrs. Idris Saunders, Porthcawl (son and daughter- in-law), Mr. and Mrs. Greatwood, Nantyglo (brother-in-law and sister); fourth coach-Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas, Port Talbot (brother-in-law and sister), Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lewis. Port Talbot (nephew and niece); fifth coach-Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Barw (brother-in-law and sister), Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Garw (nephew and niece); sixth coach—Mr. and Mrs. Watkins, Mountain Ash (cousins), Mr. T. Mace, T'reherbert, and Mr. Willie Lewis, Garw (nephew); seventh coach- the Rev. Gwilym Jones, Beaufort, Misses Miriam and Elizabeth Jones; eighth coach-Revs. D. M. Phillips (C.M.), J. R. Phillips (B.), H. Hughes (W.), Jason James (B.), and Amaziah Griffiths (B.); ninth coach—Mrs. Joseph Williams, Mrs. Lewis J. Davies, Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams; tenth coach—Messrs. D. Gri- ffiths, W. Griffiths, D. Fenwick, and J. Thomas. The Rev. D. M. Phillips, M. Ph.D., officiated at the house an £ grave- side, assisted by the Rev. J Phillip (B.), Pontygwaith. Wreath- w'ere Sent by Mr, and Mrs. g. V St W ■* y> cj vi vi A • J ones, JVlr &no. aii*. B. Saund* Mr and Mrg jdi-is Saunders- ,u'.11". Ed Saunders, Mr. and- Greatwood (Nantyglo), Mrs. Kirk- house (Hazelwood, Cardiff), Mr. and Mrs. Evans (Rhondda Hotel), and "A Friend" (Maesteg). The coffin was of polished oak, with silver trimmings. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. W. D. Humphreys. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday, the Rev. Tegfryn Phillips. Hebron, Pembroke- shire, and Prof. Joseph Jones, Brecon, delivered excellent sermons at Ebenezer (W.C.) Chapel half-yearly meetings. The Rev. H. Barrow Williams, Llan- dudno, delivered an eloquent and inspiring lecture on Cedwch ar y Dde," at I Libanus (C.M.) Chapel, on Tuesday last' to a large and attentive audience. The Rev. Rowland Hughes presided. Harvest thanksgiving services were hela at Holy Trinity Church on Thursday and Sunday last, when the Rev. David Morris, L.D., curate of Mardy, and the Rev. Isaac Williams, M.A., curate of Llwynypia, officiated. The church had been very prettily decorated by the ladies.

Pontygwaith.

Williamstown.

Gilfach Goch.j

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Tonypandy.

Llwynypia.

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