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CEFN COED. OBITUABT.—We have to record the death of Mrs. Leah Evans, who passed away last Sun day afternoon, at the advanoed age of 74 years. Mrs. Evans was one of the oldest and most respected inhabitants of the village, and for many years kept a small confectioner's shop at tho top end of High-street. Though Provi- dence seemed to be against her. she struggled long and diligently against the troubles of this world. Through her demise, another link with the past has been snapped. Of an amiable aad genial nature, Mra. Evans was esteemed by ail who knew her, especially by the children, who so constantly frequented her shop. A true Christian, she was a • faithful member of the Tabor Church, at which graveyard her remains were buried on Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Jaoob Thomas officiated. SEWERAGE SCHEME.—A meeting of the Vay- nor and Penderyn Rural Council was held on Thursday, Mr. Jos. Price presided, when the question of appointing Clerk of Works in connection with- the sewerage scheme was dis- cussed.. It WAS agTeod to allow the new,Council to oaks < appointment, I'

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