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Fisons' (Ipswich) Fertilizers.


, More than Skin Deep.

"A terrible skin disease tortured…

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Unity Amongst Railwaymen.…

Funeral of the Late Mr. EnochI…


Funeral of the Late Mr. Enoch I Williams, Dowlais. Many tributes of respect to the memory of the late Mr. Enoch Williams, builder and con- tractor, Wyndham-street, whose demise, under such distressing circumstances, was recorded last week, were paid on Saturday at the funeral ceremony. There was a large and representa- tive attendance, amongst others present being: Messrs. Gomer Thomas, ironmonger, Merthyr; Charles M. Davies, architect, Merthyr; Mr. Raymond, Merthyr; Mr. Perkins (of Messrs. Perkins and Seward, Cardiff); .Mr. Hybert (of Messrs. Robinson and David, Cardiff); Messrs. E. Jones, builder, New Tredegar; W. M. Williams, builder, Dowlais; David Jones,, E. P. Davies, builder, Dowlais; Z. Watkins, decorator, Penvdarren; and J ■ • Davsios, de- corator, Dowlais. The fellow-deacons of the deceased at Gwernllwyn Welsh Congregational Church, where he laboured devotedly for the cause, attended as follows, and escorted the remains to Pant Cemetery, viz.: Messrs. John Morgans, Gwarnjlwyn Fach House; Daniel Griffiths; John Morris; Phillip Williams; Myal Williams; Evan Jacob; D. R. Davies; Thomas James; D. Richards; and D. B. Tho- mas. The members of the family, relatives, and other mourners followed in coaches:—First coach: Mrs. Williams (widow of the deceased); Messrs. Samuel, and Matthew Henry Williams (sons): and Miss Maggie Elvira. wii. liams (daughter). Second coach: Misses May and Bessie Williams (daughters), and Mr. Samuel Williams (brother), and Mrs. Margaret Williams (sister). Third coach: 1\11": and Mrs. David Matthews, Pengam (brother-in-law and sister); Mr. Tom Argus, Pengam (nephew). i Third coach: Messrs. Henry Edwards and Da- vid John Edwards, Cwmaman (nephew): Mr. John Lewis (nephew); and Mrs. Lydia Lewis, k Cwmaman (niece). Fifth coach Rev. Llewelyn ] M. Williams, R.D., Rector of Dowlais (cousin); Rev. Edward Jones, Gwernllwyn Rev. J. H. c Hughes, Penywern, a.nd Mr. Philip Williams, k Elussel-street. The obsequies, which were most impressive, were conducted by the Rev. Ed- j ward Jones, Gwernllwyn, and the Rev. J. JJ. Hughes, Penywem. Several wreaths and other floral tokens were received from sorrowing :riends, and the bereaved widow and family lave been deeply moved by the very numerous sxpressions of sympathy which have reached hem in various ways in their sad trial. At he close of the church service at GwernHwvn >n Sunday evening, Mr. T. D. Morgan (oi-an- j t st) played the "Dead March in Saul" f nembers and congregation roso and remaineii tatudinj as the solemn strain? peeled Co/'1. M


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