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MERTHYR POLICE COURT.

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CEFN COED. A ROGTTE AND A VAGABOND.—At Brecon Quarter Sessions, on Tuesday, William Jones (38), labourer, was indicted for indecency Bit Cefn, on January 19th. For this offence the Cefn Justices had sentenced prisoner as an incorrigible rogue and vagabond (he having been previously convicted as a rogue and vagabond) to imprisonment with hard labour until the Quarter Sessions, prisoner to be then I further dealt with according to law. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. The case was heard before I the Chairman without a jury, Mr. Maclure Phillips, solicitor, Merthyr, being for the II prosecution. Prisoner' was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment, with hard labt TABOR CTTA ia.-An enjoyable evening was spent at the above place by the members of ¡ the Band of Hope, on Monday, when excellent lantern slides of Uncle Tom's Cabin" were shown. The slides were cleverly handled by Mr. Ahm Williams, and the lecture was delivered by Mr. Richard Thomas vans. About half-way through the series of slides a song entitled Shall we meet on that beautiful shore was illustrated on the screen, and was feelingly gnng by Mr. Rees Howell Jenkins, the audience joining in the chorus. Near the end another song, entitled "Safe in the hands «f Jesus," was shown, and sung by Miss Edith Evans, the audience again joining in the chorus. A word of praise is due to Miss Bessie Evans and Mr. Alun Williams, for the excellent way in which they carried out the arrangements. OBITUARY.—We have to announce the death of Mrs. Jane Jones, wife. of Mr. Stephen Jones ) (Stephanos), 2, Cilsanws Cottages, which took place suddenly and under distressing circum- stances, at the age of 38 years. The deceased lady was an active and much-loved member of the Aubrey" Wesleyan Chapel, where touching references to her dimise were made by the Superintendent Minister (Rev. J. E. Thomas) on the Sunday following.. Her removal is one that the Church can ill afford, for her many good qualities endeared her to all with whom she came in contact. The funeral, which took place at Vaynor, was largely attended. The service at the house was conducted by the Rev. H. 0. Hughes, Merthyr, and Rev. J. F. Griffiths, Cefn; at the church by the Rev. John Davies (Rector) and Rev. D. H. Picton, Vaynor; and at the graveside by the Revs. J. E. Thomas (Treharris), H. O. Hughes and J. F. Griffiths. The chief mourners were Messrs. Stephen Jones (husband), John Roberts (btorher) and D. S. Jones (son). The family received very many letters of condolence, amongst others messages from the Revs. R. Emrys Jones (Penygraig), Thos. Oliver (Ferndale), John Rowlands (Cardiff) and T. J. Pritchard (Pontypridd). ■ ———— '!i'