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ABERDARE. EVENING CLASSES.—On Saturday last the girls attending the Cwmdare Evening Continua- tion Classes went for an outing to Pontsarn and VaYllor, all places of historiacl interest, both here and at Cein, being visited. In addition to Miss Richards, Miss Pett (St. Fagan's) and Miss Nancy Williams accompanied the party. A sumptuous tea was partaken of at the Pontsarn Hotel, and altogether a very enjoyable day was spent. The party left Aberdare by the 12.40 G.W.R. train, and took car from Merthyr to Cem. From thence they walked to Pontsarn, and after a rest visited Vaynor Church and other features of interest in the place. OBITUARY.—On Tuesday the funeral of Mrs. Nancy Thomas, widow of Mr. Phillip Thomas (\£103e demise we reported a month ago) took place at 24, Mary-street, Aberdare. Both Mr. and Mrs. Thomas had been suffering for a long time, in fact, ever since they returned from Cardiff, they had been confined to tho house. They were formerly residents of Aberdare, some thirty years ago, and attended Tabernacle English' Congregational Church and Siloa Welsh Congregational Church. The late Mr. Thomas belonged to a very old and respected family, being a nephew of the late Mrs. David Price, Siloa, while the late Mrs. Thomas hailed from Lancashire. The service at the house wae conducted by the Rev. J. M. Jones (Aber- dare), assisted by Revs. R. E. Williams (Twrfab) and J. Harrap Walker, of St. Paul's, Cardiff, at whose Church the deceased were members for many years. At the graveside the Rev. Rd. Jones officiated. The funeral cortege included the following mournersRev. J. W. Price (Troedyrhiw), Mr. Roger Price (Cardiff), Mr. Thomas Thomas (Abercarn), Mrs. Reep (Abercarn), cousins; Mr. Price (Morriston), Mr. J. Thomas (Swansea), Mr. A. Thomas and. Mr. R: T. Jones (Merthyr). It also included the following friends of deceased: Revs. J. Harrup Walker and E. Williams, J. M. Jones, Mr. George Jones (Cardiff), and Mr. N. R. Thomas (Merthyr). Wreaths were sent by the following :—St. Paul's Congregational Church (Cardiff), Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Jones (Merthyr), Mrs. Silcox (Liverpool), Mr. George Jones (Cardiff), Miss B. M. Richards (Aberdare). The funeral arrangements were all entrusted to Messrs. John Evans and Zacha- I .IDIi;;Øt_åJl,

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