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Late Mrs Eliza Evans, Treherbert

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pridd): third coach—Revs. Canon Lewis, J. D. Evans, J. Pethian Davies, and R. T. Howells. and Mr. John Gower (Pen- twyn, Treherbert); fourth coach-Messrs. David Rees (Treherbert), W. Davies (New Inn, Treherbert), William Davies (Co- operative Stores, Treherbert), W. Evans (Pontypridd), and Evan Oule (Treher- bert) fifth coach—Messrs. J. Williams (South Africa), Sidney John (Penyr- englyn), William Glass (Treherbert), John Howells (Treherbert). Inspector Williams (Treherbert), and Alderman W. Morgan, J.P. (Tynewydd); sixth coach-Messrs. D. Richards (Pentre), Robert Saunders (Treherbert), E. Herbert (ex-postmaster, Treherbert), and W. Jenkins (Fforch Farm, Treherbert) seventh coach- Messrs. T. E. Davies (Penyrenglyn), W. Ball (Penyrenglyn), Iago Picton (Wynd- ham Hotel, Tynewyddi), and Mr. Norman and sons (Trealaw). The following tenants acted as bearers: -Messrs. Mor- gan Rees. Butson, Moon, Morgan, W. Thomas, Blackburn, J. C. Phillips, and Vaughan Reynolds. Wreaths were sent by the following: —Messrs. Caleb and Alfred Evans (sons); Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Emmanuel, and Mrs. Whalquest (daugh- ters) Miss Gwen Collin's (granddaughter) Amy and Geraldus (grandchildren); Mrs. Walker, Putney, LondonAda, Laura, and George (nephew and nieces), Weston- super-Mare: Eliza, Mattie, and Amy (granddaughters); Mrs. Baker, Putney, London: Jack, Rita, and Leslie (grand- children), London; and Mr. Bruce, soli- citor, Pontypridd.

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Pentre Colliery Dispute.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909.

Ynyshir and Wattstown.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909.