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MOUNTAIN ASH. "PTTWWASE VOUT Groceries and Provisions, at H. Etna'S Mountain Ash. Quality and price un- surpassed. IF von are in doubt where to Furnish, go to VIC- *OE FREED, the leading house furnisher where you l»n be supplied at your own terms.-3 and 4. Miskin- Boad, Mountain Ash. DEDICATION CEREMONY.—After the early morning celebration of holy communion at St. Margaret's Church on Sunday, two newly erected stained windows were dedicated by the vicar, the Rev. J. Sinnett Jones, to the glory of God, and to the memory of the late Mr. Jabez Loner," who for 30 years was a chorister of St. Margaret's Church, and also to the glory of God and the memory of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Long." wife of Mr. Harry \V. Long, organist of St. jylar^aret' s Church. The two windows are situated on each side of the altar, and are valuable and beautiful additions to an already very beautiful church. The window in memory of the late Mr. Jabez Long represents Jesus as the Light of the World, and the window in memory to of the late Mrs. Long represents Jesus at the Pool of Siloam, to which all who suffered, the inscription on each being A Light to to lichten the Gentiles, "and Jesus, the same yesterday, to-day, and for ever." The windows were given by Mr. Harry W. Long, and were erected by Messrs. Newbury, London. OBITUARY. On Wednesday week, the funeral of the late Mr. Henry Morgan, Mount Pleasant Hotel, Miskin, took place for the Aberffrwd Cemetery. The deceased was the oldest publican in the town, and was 52 years of age. The officiating minister was the Rev. Isaac Be van, and there was a large attendance of the general public. The mourners were as follows :—First coac: Mrs. Morgan (widow), Mr. David William Morgan (son), lliss Gwennic Morgan and Miss Annie Maud Morgan (daughters), Mrs. Rees, Aberkenfig (sister), and Mrs. Davies, Fleur-de-lis; second coach: Mr and Mrs. Llewellyn Morgan (brother and Bister-in-law), Mrs. Binnings and Mrs. Davies (cousins); third coach Mr. and Mrs. J. Powell, Abernant, Aberdare; Miss M. Powell, Mrs. G. Jenkins, Miss G. M. Powell, and Mrs. J. Davies, Abernant; fourth coach Mr. W. Morgan Rees, ,a, tlr. John Rees, Mr. Edmund Morgan, Mr. JSdmund Rees (nephev^), and Mr. Rees Jenkins coach: Mr. W. Morgan, Abernant; and Edward Moses, Aberdare; sixth coach: Daniel Hughes, Mr. Bert. George, Mr. Richards, Mr. C. Jenkins, and Mr. William g' ^Uis seventh coach Mr. and Mrs. Davies, cf Arms, Mountain Ash. The coffin was ftn^ Polished oak, with heavy brass fittings, out K funeral arrangements were carried tribute* Mr "D- Edwards, Miskin. Florai Mr. w Sere sent by Mr3- Mornan alu1 farni,y. T Wr. « Phillips. Clarence House, a,nd Mrs. Howelt, AhGL«>. "> 11

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