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LOCAL OBITUARY MIS8 MAY PHILLIPS. On Friday in last week, there passed away at, King-street, Carmarthen, the little four- Yi'ai-old daughter of Mrs. Phillips, and grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Astley, ivjn.-r-tstr.ee t. May. -was quite a familiar figure in King-street, where she was wont to play with her little friend, Grade Lewis. She died after a duort illness, and was buried last Monday at the public cemetery. The Rev. Vincent Taylor (pastor of Eng- lish Wesley an Church, of which Sunday School deceased was a faithful member) offi- ciated at the house and graveside. The mourners were: Mrs. Phillips (mother); t-. and Mrs. J. Astley (grandfather and grandmother); Mi*, and Mrs. Phillips., Sou- thern-terrace, PÜJJoarn (grandfather and grandmother); Miss Rose Astley, King- utreet (aunt); Mrs. G. Locke, Ystradmynach (aunt) Richards, Neath (auiitl- Mrs. Oavics, Parcmaen (aunt); Mr. T. Davics, IVnsarn (uncle); Mr. V. Rees. Floral tri- butes were sent by the following:—From dear Mamma; grandfather and grand- mother at King-street; grandfather and grandmother at Pensarn; Auntie Rose and Gwennie; Auntie Gladys, Southern-ter- race; Auntie Eliza, Parcmaen-street; Rev. and Mrs. Davies, Abergwvnfi: Cousin Dora, Parcmaen; Mrs. Dr. Harries; Pentrepoeth Infants School; Miss Annio Davies, 22, King-street; Miss Lewis, Cavendish House; Glyn. and Gracie Lewis, King-street; the v Krm'Iish Weslcyan Sunday School; Mrs. Keid, 6. King'-street; Auntio Mary, and Enid Williams, 20. King-street; Mrs. J. Davie?, 29, Water-street; Miss Annie Jones, Towy Cottage; Vera, Madge and Megan, 21. Parcmaen-street; Mrs. Davies! and family, 84, Wate'r-street; Rosie Hancock, ••^neon-street; all at Crown Stores; "Cnclo Val and Auntie May; Little Dodo and Jlaba; from Ritchie; Mrs. Nathaniel Thonuss.—The family wish to thank all those who have sympathised with them in their bereavement. MRS. M. A. JONES. A well-known and respected resident of Carmarthen, in the person -of Mrs. M. A. .lone*, 3, Penuel-street, died on Friday in last week, at tho ago of 77. Deceased had oniv been ailing- a weak, and up to this time had been in excellent health. tftie leaves three children to mourn her loss—Miss Susie Jones, Mr. Tom Jones, ¡;nd the Rev. W. Luther Jones, pastor of Beulah Bap- tist Church, Dowlais-to whom the greatest sympathy is extended. The late Mrs. Jones had for many years been thto care- taker of Penuel Church, where she was a faithful member, and her genial manner had endeared heir to a large circle of friends. The funeral took place at Aber- gwili Church buriat ground on Tuesday. Before* the cortege left the house the Rev. Prof. M. B. Owen, B.A., B.D., rpad a por- tion of Scripture and prayed'. At the Church and graveside the Rev. Phillip Har- ries, curate -of Abergwili Church, officiated. The chief mourners were: Mr. TOTI J(.T.CS and the Rev. W. Luther Jones (sons); Messrs T. Evans, Priory House; W. EAJHIS, Woolly-row; Willie Jones and David J'nes, 1Viory-street; Tom Samuel. Clan, iit- -,)H(I; Tammy Lewis. Llanelly, and J. Boyre. Swansea (cousins). Messrs. Wi'nm Wil- liams-, David Thomas, Samuel Jennings, Ilandel Evans, and J. H. Ha'b, fivo deacons from Beulah Bapti-t Church, Low- liiis, also attended the (ur.ral. '-Vrenths were sent by the family; Miss Gv lad;: s Stephens, Cardiff* Mr. T. Lewis, Llanelly; nruf a handsome cushion wreath by the 0 members of Beulah Baptist Church, Dow- lais.-Tho fanwly wish to take this oppor- tunity of thanking all .those who sym- pathised with them in their bereavement. MISS ANNE LLEWELLYN. The death took place on Saturday last at 3. Esplanade, Carmrthen. of Miss Anne ■weilyn, at the age of 77. Deceased, who wa:" A zealous Church woman, had been ail- in tr for a considerable time. The funeral, which was private, took place on Wednes- day at the Abergwili Church burial ground. The t.ffi-dating clergy throughout were the Rev. 13. Parry Griffiths, vicar of St. Peter's, and the Rev. liar Edwards. The chief mourner was Lieutenant H. L. Harrios, London (nephew). Thero were also pre- sent: Mrs. Baines, Buxton; Mr. and Mrs. S. Hancock; Mrs. Pugli Evans- Mr. W. Lick ley. and Mr. Beynon Jones. Wreaths were sent by tfie foli-owiri-Alr. and Mrs. TJevnon Jones; Sa;rall: Mr. and Alrq. Lloyd and Gertie; Mr. W. Lickley; Mr and Mrs. Hancock. Rosendale; Mrs. Baines and family, Buxton; Mrs. Davies, Llanptephan: Mes-rs. Hartries and Son, Streatham Lon- don: Mr. and Mrs. Harries, £ tr«<ihain; ai' at. Xo. 1, Esplanade. MRS. REES JONES. The death occurred, after a p.o/ongcJ iiI- ness. cui Tuesday, March 28th of Mr*. Rees Jones, wife of Mr. Rees Tj). Jones, G.W.R. goods guard, of 28, Spllni:tn-s'r._d, Carmarthen. The late Mrs. Jones dioci at her mother's home at Llanybyther, and was only 33 years of age. She is survived by her husband and two children. The funeral took place on Saturday last at Rhydybont Chapel, Llanybyther, when the Be vs. James. Rhydybont (I.), and J. D. Evans, Lampeter, officiated. The chief mourners were: Mr. R. D. Jones (husband); Mrs. I Ann Evans (mother); Mrs. Ann Clarke (sis- M; Mr. James Evan9, Llanelly (brother); Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Strata Florida (father and mother-in-law); Misses Anna and Mary Jones. Strata Florida (sisters-in-law): Mr. Reeit Jones, Tregaron (uncle): Mr. Thomas Davies, Swvddffynnon; Mr. Morgan Jones, and two brothers-in-law of the deceased from Strata Florida. Wreaths were sent by the following:—'Husband and mother; Mr. and Mrs. Davies. Spilman-strect: Mr. and Davics, Swansea; the G.W.R. Staff at Carmarthen Junction; the G.W.R. Staff at Carmarthen Town Station; Miss « Jones, Pantvdderwen. Llanybyther: Miss Thomas, Ivy Bush, Pencarreg, and Miss Richards, Lampeter.

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