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- YSTRAD (CARDIGANSHIRE).

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ABERYSTWYTH.

BLAENPLWYF.

LLANYCHAIARN.

LLANEGWAD.

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ILLANDEBIE

LLANWRDA.

LLANSANTFFREAD, (CARD.)

CALEDFWLCH.

PENCADER.

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PENCADER. DEATH.—It is with very great regret we have to record the death of the Rev. R. P. Jones, which occurred at his residence on Sunday night after the short illness of four days. Although perhaps Mr Jones had never enjoyed the best of health since he came here, yet he was never laid up for such a period as to binder him from performing his pastoral work. He conducted the services at the Pencader Iudependent Chapel on the last Sunday in 1891: and on the first Sunday in 1892, being 20 years to the day when he preached his first sermon it the above chapel, be breathed his last. On Mon iay, Tuesday, and Wednesday, December 28th, 29th, and 30th respectively, although be was far from being in a fit condition, he, at the request of the relatives of the departed ones, preached and conducted the burial services on the fore-mentioned days, but on the following day fell a victim to influenza, followed in his case by an attack of hronchitis. Mr Jones, who was comparatively a young man, being only 49 years of age, came to Pencader from Towyn, North Wales. Mr Jonf's was well-known in Wales as an excellent preacher, a patriotic Welshman, and a keen advocate of education. The greatest sympathy is felt with Mrs Jone" and her four children. It is only about six years ago that another great blow happened to her in the death of her two little children who were buried on the same day.—The funeral took place yesterday (Thursday). LINUM CATHARTICUM PILL3, agreeably aperient, 9 £ d, Is lid., 2s 9d. Of all Chemists.

HAVERFORDWEST.

LLANAFAN.

KIDWELLY.

LAUGHARNE.

T-TRAPP.

LLANDEFEILOG.

MANORDEILO.

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