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LOCAL OBITUARIES MRS. CATHERINE MARY CADLE. The death occurred on Saturday of Mrs. Catherine Mary Cadle, at the Grove, Picton-terrace. The deceased, who was 60 years of age, was formerly the proprietress of the Half Moon Hotel, which was also held by her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Bright. Possessed of many good qualities, the deceased was well known and highly respected by townspeople. The funeral, which was private, took place at the Carmarthen Cemetery on Tuesday, the officiating clergy being Rev. Griffith Thomas, vicar of St. David's. The following were the chief mourners:— 1st carriage: Mr. Thos. Walters and Dr. Gibbon, Second carriage: Mr. E. Gough, Gowerton (nephew); Mr. T. Puddicombe, Carmarthen (cousin). Third carriage: Mrs. Peck. Gloucester, and Miss Hilda Cadle. Southport (sisters-in-law); Mr. Thomas Smith (the former head-constable of Carmarthen) and Mr. H. H. Jones. Wreaths and floral tributes were sent by the followingAlice and Ernest Gough, Gowerton; Hilda Cadle, Southport: Mrs. Anita Peck, Mrs. Fred Cadle. Gloucester: Mr. Thos. Chivers; Arthur Allen and Lily; Tom; Nita. Lizzie, and Sallie: Mr. and Mrs. H .H. Jones, 14. Un. m-street; Willie and Sallie, and -rs. A. Gower. MRS. Al\ WILLIAMS. It is with regret we this week announce the death of Mrs. Ann Williams, wife of Mr. Felix Williams, Orchard-street, Carmarthen, which occurred on Fri- day, the 4th inst., after a lingering illness. De- ceased was 74 years old, and was highly respected throughout the town and district by a large circle of friends. The funeral took place on Tuesday last, the place of interment being Ebenezer Welsh Wes- leyan burial ground. The Rev. J. M. Williams (pastor) officiated at the house, chapel and graveside. The chief mourners were:—Mr. Felix Williams (hus- band). Mr. David Jones (brother-in-law) Mr. Rees Jones, Mr W. Thomas and lr. Harry Evan (nephews). MASTER ISLWYN MORuAN. The death took place on Thursday in last week of Islwvn Morgan, the four-months-old son of Mr. Dd. Morgan, 7a, Old Priory (ehargeman of the local department of t.hc L.N.W.R.). The interment took place on Monday at the Cemetery, the service being taken by the Rev Griffiths, Talog. The following were amongst the chief mourners :-Ylr. Dd. Morgan (father); Mr. Stephen Thomas (grandfather), and Ir. James Goldstone (uncle). MR. JOHN JENKINS. On the 31st ult. at Richard-street, Manselton, Swansea, Mr. John Jenkins, passed peacefully away after one week's illness. The deceased, "who was 66 years of age, had been for many years a fore- man at the Hafod Isha Works, Swansea. Mr. Jenkins was a brother of Mr. Wil'.iam Jenkins, coal merchant, Water-street, and Mr. Evan Jenkins, both of Carmarthen. The following were the chief mourn- of Carmarthen. The following were the chief mourn- ers :—Mrs. Mary Jenkins (widow), Mr. and Mrs Harry Jenkins (son and daughter-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. T. Lewis (daughter and son-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. A F. Railton, Seven .sisters (daughter and son-in-lawj; Mr. and Mrs. D. George (daughter and son-in-law); Miss Alice Jenkins (daughter); Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Evan Jenkins, Car- marthen (brothers and sisters-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. Tlieophilus Thomas, Aberdare (brother-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. Griff Davies (nephew and niece), and Mrs. Sarah Davies, Carmarthen (niece). Wreaths and floral tributes were sent by the following :The widow and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkins, Carmar- then deceased's sister. Nurse Anna Jenkins; Mrs. Catherine Thomas, Court Herbert: Beryl and Gwyn (grandchildren); Ronald and Cecil (grandchildren); Willie, Albert, and David (sons-in-aw') ;Mrs. Lewis, George, and Flora; Councillor A. F. Eden (managing director of the works); Hon. Odo Vivian, the fore- man of the Anglo-French Nickel Works: the work- men Mr. C. H. Quick (manager; Mr) A. W. Gem- mill (assistant manager): the office staff of the Anglo- French Nichel Works, Capel Gomer; Mr. and Mrs. James Stride and family: Molly Rai!ton (grandchild), Jack and Maggie (nephew and niece); Jim and Gordan Gemmill. The officiating ministers were Rev. Dr. Gomer Lewis (Capel Gomer). Rev. D. B. Richards (Brynhyfryd), Rev. Phillips (Bridgend) secretary of the Welsh Baptist Union. Rev. lor- werth Jones, and Rev. [Foster Roberts.