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1 > CEFN COEDe EBENEZER.—On Friday night, at the Vestry of this place of worship a very successful meeting of the Young People's Improvement Society was held, under the presidency of the Rev. J. T. LI. Williams. A paper on The Life and Work of St. David," was read by the Rev. J. Hathren Davies. Addresses were afterwards delivered by Mr. W. J. Williams, Mr. J. T. Williams, Mr. M. Thomas and Mr. W. Williams. FUNERAL.—The funeral of Mr. T. Jones, the young man who died last week in the Merthyr Hospital, as the result of an accident previously met with in the Cyfarthfa works, took place on Tuesday afternoon. The procession was a. very large one. the members of tho Fire Brigade, of which deceased was a member, attending in full number. Great sympathy is felt with the widowed mother in her great loss. The place of interment was Vaynor Churchyard. HEN Dy CWRDD.—A social tea was held in connection with the Mutual Improvement Society, on Tuesday night in the Chapel Vestry. The tea. served as a winding-up of the winter session of the society, and was as largely attended as in previous years. The following ladies rendered good services at the tables, and in other respects :—Mrs. J. R. Evans (Merthyr), Miss Harris (Arfryn), Mrs. Hathren Davies, Mrs. Thomas (Lower Vaynor-road), and Mrs. Jones (South-terrace). After tea games were indulged in, and the large number of young people spent an enjoyable evening. DEATH.—On Saturday last there were laid to rest in the parish churchyard the remains of Mr. W. Jones, Danyderi House. The deceased, who had attained the great age of 88 years, was well known as William Jones, Aberglais," from his having been the tenant of that hostelry for many years. He had spent his long life in the parish, and on account of his quiet de- meanour he was respected* by all. After relinquishing the business at Aberglais, Mr. Jones spent some years at Llwynyrodyn Farm, Vaynor, from which place, after the death of his wife, he removed to Celn, and took up his home at his sister's house, which is now kept by his niece, Mrs. Lewis, where he received the greatest and kindest attention.

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