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his death he had suffered from an illness, ex- tending over some years. The officiating min- isters were the Rev. R. S. Rogers, B.A., Rhos, and the Rev. J. Glandwr Watkins. Ffrwd. A short service was held at the house, where the hymn, "Mae 'nghyfeillion adre'n myned," was sung, and an impressive service was held at the graveside, where the hymn, "Bydd myrdd o ryfeddodau," was sung by the large number present. The mourners were as follow:—First coach: Mrs. Evans (widow), Mrs. Arthur Evans, London; Mrs. T. White, Mountain Ash; Mrs. C. Eynon, Mountain Ash (daugh- ters). Second coach: Miss Maggie Evans, London Miss Gwennie Evans, Cardiff; Miss Violet White, Mountain Ash (grand-daughters), and Mrs. John Evans, Cardiff (daughter-in-law). Third coach: Mrs. William Hughes and Miss Hughes, Barry; Mrs. Harris and Miss A. M. Hap-is, Alexandra-terrace, and Miss Rosie Ey- non, Penrhiwceiber, The following- gentlemen also walked as mourners:. John Evans, Cardiff (sonl;, Mr. Charles$ynon, M<»upfcain Asbi.'(son-ipdaw); Mr. Montague Evans, Car- diff (grandson); Mr. Daniel Davies, Llanelly; Mr. John Howells, Llanelly; Mr. William Hughes, Barry; Mr. Gwilym Howells, Taff's Well; and Mr. Thomas Owen, St. Dogmaels. THE LATE MRS. J. llILL.-The remains of the late Mrs. Jane Hill, of the Laurels, Cardiff-road, were laid to rest at the Mountain Ash cemetery, on Thursday last. There was a large attendance of the general public, and the officiating clergy- 1 man was the Rev. Forsaith Rees, curate of St. Dyfrig's, Newtown. After a short service at the house the body was taken to St. Margaret's Church, where another short service was held, and the hymn Lead, Kindly Light" was sung. The cortege them proceeded to the cemetery. The mourners were :—Mr. Tom Hill, Mr. Arthur Hill, arid" Mr. William Hill (sons), Masters Wiljiani, Willie, Tom, and Herbert Hill (grand- sons), Alr:, Wm. Smith (Brighton), Mr. Ted C', Morganand Mr. Lewis Morgan (Swindon), Mr. J. Beer (Swindon), Mr. Robert Beecham, (New- town), Mr. Harold Price (Caegarw), Mr. Farnham Meirs (Newtown), Mr. John Mellish, Mr. Samuel Webber, and Mr. John Wall. Florae tributes were sent by Mr. and Mrs. W. Oxehham (Mountain Ash), Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. (Forest Gate, London), Mr. J. Beer (Paignton), Mr. J. Wall (Pontypridd), Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Morgan (Swindon), Mr. and Mrs. David Williams (Royal Oak, Aberdare), Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cook .(Newport, Mon.), and by the employees. Deceased was 62 years of age, and for a large number of years carried on business at the Great Western Dining Rooms, and also was I contractor under the style of Mrs. Hill and Sons. She was well known and greatly respec ted. The coffin was of polished oak, with heavy brass fittings, and the arrangements for the funeral I were carried out by Mr. Frank Mills. a