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Dirfe, glarrraps anir tatgs. e' The Charge for Advertisements under this Heading is Is for 20 words, and 6d. for every additional 10 words or Dortion of 10. BIRTHS. PRICK-On May 16th, to Mi-. and Mrs. D. Price, 7, Morlais-strcet, Dowlais, a daughter. DEATHS. JAMES.—On Tuesday, May 18th, William James, Undertaker, 92, Twynyrodyn. Funeral on Mon- day, May 24th, 3.30 p.m., for Cefn Cemetery. Gentlemen only. PETERS.—Rees Peters, High-street, Cefn-Coed, senior deacon Moriah Church. Burial 4.30 p.m. Monday, 21th. Public funeral, POWELL.-At Cwmbargoed, on May 18th, Edward Powell, aged 55 years. Funeral Saturday. Pant Cemetery, leaving Cwmbargoed Station 3.30 p.m. Gentlemen only. WILLIAMS.—On May 16th, after brief illness, at Nant Morlais Villa, Caeracca. Dowlais. Anne Williams (the beloved wife of Thomas Williams), aged 66 years. Interred at Pant Cemetery, May 20th, 1909. IN MEMORIAM. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of my dear wife, Mary Edwards, late of Corner House, Merthyr, died 23rd May. 1906. Your place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of David John. dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. David Williams, 7, Baltic-place, Penydarren, who ac- cidentally met his death at Penydarren Park on Tliursdry, 21st of May, 1908. A bitter grief, a shock severe To part with one we loved so dear; Our loss is great, well not complain. But hope in heaven to meet again. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. BRYER. _Iolice-,Sergt. T. J. Bryer and famliy, Police Station, Penrliiwceiber, desire to express their sincere thanks to their numerous friends for their kind letters of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. DA VIES.—Mr. and Mrs. DAVIKS, 8. Lancaster- terrace, Mcrtbyr, wish to sincerely thank all friends for their kind letters of sympathy and condolence during their severe trial; also to those who were so kind in sending wreaths and flowers. EVANS.—Mrs. Evans and family, Landeg Villa Aberdare-road, Mountain Ash, beg to thank those who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement. WILLIAMS.—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams and family, of 91, Caeharris, Dowlais, desire to thank- fully acknowledge ail expressions of sympathy shown them in the sad loss of their dear son, George Dykins Williams; also thanking his fellow-workmen of South Tunnel Pit, who pre- sented a beautiful wreath in his memory. UNDERTAKING AND FCNERAL ARRANGEMENTS.— Experience, efficiency, modern methods and equipments.—J. G. JONES and Co., Court-street, Merthyr. Tel. P.O. 50.

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