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CAPTAIN BARHAM'S CLAIM.

I The County Member.

MOYLGROVE.

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MOYLGROVE. Obituary.—We deeply regret having to record the death of Mr William Jones, Llwyn- gwydd, Moylgrove, which took place on Monday week, at the age of 52. Deceased had been ailing for some time, but no one thought that the end was so near, as he was up and about until a few days previous to his death. He was well known in the district as a practical farmer, and his fame as an amateur vet," was widespread, his services, which were often called upon, being un- grudgingly rendered. He was a faithful and consistent member of Bethel Independent Church, where he will be greatly missed. He leaves a widow and eight children, with whom the greatest sympathy is felt. The funeral was on Friday, deceased being in- terred at Glanrhyd amidst every manifesta- tions of sorrow and regret. Th Rev Job Evans officiated at the house and preached at Glanrhyd Chapel. The Revs T Lamb, Tredrissi, D Richards, Glanrhyd, and Mr J Lewis, Moylgrove, also took part in the burial service.

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ER SERCHUS GOFFADWRIAETH

ETHOLIAD 1910.

The Welsh Language Society.

MAENCLOCHOG.

TREVINE.

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