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MOUNTAIN ASH. PURCHASK your Groceries and Provisions at II EYNON'S, Mountain Ash. Quality and price un- surpassed. IF you are in doubt where to Furnish, go to VIC- TOE FREED, the leading house furnisher, where you ran be supplied at your own terms.—3 and 4, Miskin- Road. Mountain Ash. WHY Purchase your Groceries at Mountain Ash when I. P. EYNON can serve you with the Best and Cheapest, Groceries in Town. Netcd for Provisions. -1. P. ETNON, Grocer. Miskin. RECEIVING ORDER.—A receiving order in bankruptcy has been made against Francis Morgan, 2, Pamela-street, Mountain Ash, colliery labourer. SKATING CARNIVAL.—The accounts of the skating carnival, held on the Empress Rink, at the Pavilion, a few weeks ago, show a profit of £4(; 10s. This amount has been banded over to the Tennis Club. MONTHLY SERMON.—Oh Sunday evening the Rev. E. V. Tidman delivered his monthly sermon to young people. The subject was Why I am a Nonconformist." There was a large congregation, and the sermon made a great impression. LANTERN LKCTTTRE.—A lantern lecture on New Zealand Life was given at the Vestry of Ffrwd, Welsh Baptist Chapel, on Monday evening. The pictures were described by Mr. D. W. John, while the lantern was manipulated by Mr. D. J. Lewis. DISSOLUTION.—The Gazette announces the dissolution of the partnership between Edwin Jones and S. Morris Jones, carrying on business as the Taff Vale Coal Company, at 22, Oxford-street, Mountain Asb, coal mer- chants and furniture removers. Edwin Jones retires. DEATH.—On Friday, at Merthyr, the death of Mr. David Arthur, the father of Mr. D. Arthur, library attendant at the Workmen's Institute, took place, at the age of 64 years. The funeral took place on Wednesday for the Maes-yr-arian cemetery, the officiating minister being the Rev. R. S. Rogers. INTERMENT.—On Monday the funeral of the late Mr. Wm. Parsell, of 31, Seymour-street, took place for the Aberffrwd cemetery. The officiating minister was the Rev. Owen Jones, and there was a large number of mourners and friends. Deceased was employed as a tipper, and was only 31 years of age. ANNIVERSARY.—The anniversary services, in connection with the Bruce-street Primitive Methodist Church were held on Sunday, when the Rev. J. Mogg, formerly of Mountain Ash, delivered three sermons. On Monday a tea was held, after which the Rev. J. Mogg gave his lecture on "Prophets of the Nineteenth Century." SUCCESSES.—At the recent London College of Music examination, held at the Aberdare Centre, Miss Oliven Abraham, of 72 Consort- street, succeeded in gaining a certificate for pianoforte playing, being only a few marks short of first-class. Miss Emma Irons, of 2, Miskin-road, also succeeded in passing the examination for pianoforte playing, being only a few marks short of honours. Both were taught by Mr. John Thomas, A.L.C.M., Navigation-villas, Miskin. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE.—The annual social, in connection with the St. John Ambu- lance Brigade was held at the Drill Hall, on Monday evening. The pianist was Mr. W. H. Whitcombe. There were about 80 present, and the M.C.'s were Messrs. Powell Reynish and (James Grant. The following members of the Brigade also assisted to make thp. evening a success Supt. W. A. Cooper, Pte. W. Powell, Pte. Ike Roberts, Pte. F. Cousins, Pte. H. W. Merritt, Pte. G. Pavies, Pte. W. J. Griffiths, Pte. T. Griffiths, Pte. A. Juliffe, Pte. J. H. Workman, Pte, D. L. Davies, and Pte. G. Pont- ing. Much amusement was caused during the evening by the step-dance3 given by Master Cooper. COTTAGE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Cottage Hospital Committee was held at the Council Chambers, on Monday, under the presidency of Mr. W. T. Bowen. The treasurer, Capt. F. N. Gray, reported the following con- tributions towards the Hospital: Dr. E. P. Evans, S5; Dr. II. Davies Jones, £5; Col. Vaughan Lee, f5 Mr. Stephen Griffiths, £1 Is. and anonymous, 2s. total £16 3s. The Matron, in giving her report, stated that only two beds were now vacant, and. therefore, in consequence of the rule excluding all but accident cases, when only four beds are vacant, no application for admission could be considered. It was decided to give the necessary orders for spring cleaining and painting. LATE Miss WILLIAMS.—On Monday the funeral of the late Miss Annie Williams, daughter of Mr. Daniel Williams, of 22, Victor-street, took place for the Aberffrwd cemetery. There was a very large attendance of the general public, and the officiating minister was the Rev. M. D. Jones, Bethlehem. After a short service at the house, the hymn, Yn y dyfroedd mawr a'r tonau," was sung, and a start made for the cemetery, where an impressive service was held, and another hymn sung. The mourners were and Mrs. Daniel Williams (parents), Miss Mary Williams, Miss JaM Williams, Miss Rachel Williams and Miss Catherine Williams (sisters), Mr. James Williams and Mr. David Williams (brothers), Mr. and Mrs. Evan Davies (Llanddewi Brefi), Mr- and Mrs. Wm. Jones and family (Mard'v), Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthews (Cwm- twrch), Mr. and Mrs. John Davies, Mr- and Mrs. John Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Evans (all of Mardy), Mr. and Mrs. John Jones (Abercynon), Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Evans (Aberaman), Mrs. Jane Jones (Llanfair, near Lampeter), Mrs. M. A. Ajax (Llanddewi Brefi), Mr. James Williams, Mrs. Evans (draper, Abercynon), Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. John Evans (stationers, Cilfynydd), Mr. William Hughes (Cilfynydd), Mr. Thomas John Davies (Llanddewi Brefi), Mr. E. Davies, Mr. Evan Davies, Mr. Daniel Jones, and Mr. Evan Jones, (all of Mardy), Mrs. Williams (Treherbert), Mr. John Williams, (Mardy) Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths (Cwmaman), Mrs. Jones (Cwmaman), Mr. Rd. Thomas? and Mr. Daniel Davies (Mardy), and Mr. Daniel Jones (Mountain Ash). The deceased was only seventeen-and-a half years of age, and was of a very lovable disposition. The family is one of the largest in Cardiganshire.

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