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TREHERBERT. e regret to record the death of Mrs ^awards, 4, Bute Street, Treherbert, who departed this life on Monday morning, in her 67th year. The funeral took place on Wed- nesday at Treorchy Cemetery. The deceased had acted as monthly nurse in the district for over 30 years. Three sons and two daughters are left to mourn her loss. On Monday, December 18th, a meeting was held in connection with the Treherbert Co- operative movement at the Infants' School The meeting was addressed by Mr James, Cardiff, and Mr Griffiths, Aberdare, A presentation meeting was held at the English Wesleyau Chapel on Monday evening the 18th inst., when Mr and Mrs Phelps and tamiiy were presented with three photos of themselves by the n.embers of the chapel, in recognition of their useful services on behalf of the cause. Several appropriate addresses Were made. Mr Phelps is under-manager at the Femhill Merthyr Collieries. We regret to announce the death of John Joncl', the beloved son of Mr Benjamin and Mrs Elizabeth Jones, confectioners, Tynewydd who died suddenly on Friday, the 15th inst., JJged nine years. The funeral took place on Monday last at Treorchy Cemetery, when the j^v. M. Jones, Tynewydd, officiated. The Ebenezer Band of Hope.was present, of which deceased was a faithful member, under the conductorship of Mr T. Roderick.

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TREORCHV.

PENTRE.

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YSTRAD RHONDDA.

LLWYNVPIA.

CLYOACH VALE. ;

TONYPANDY.

PORTH.

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HAFOD.

FERNDALE.

PQNTYGWAITH.

ROUND THE SHOPS.

i Rhondda County School.