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-!BL..&i ABliiiYSIWYTil. § The result of the examinations for the Jesll College scholarship Oxford was announce^ °';jl| Monday night. The awards include a con.ine(.|g classical scholarship to William S Davies, Umvei-ig sity College, Aberystwyth. ra DRUNK.—James Taylor, Newtown, FAGTORYMAII.^ ■was brought up at the Police Station on ThursdajM last, charged with having been druuk ou trie nign-M way at Trefechan. Evidence in support ot theSg charge was given by P.O. David Mathias, and dejj fendant was bound over in the sam of Pl. for six months, and ordered to pay Is costs. Ja ODDFELLOWS. The Oddfellows of the (listric, met at the Town Hall on Thursday for the iisuuM half-vearlv meeting when Mr Tom Hughes, of Llan-p elly was present. The business was ot a privatvg character. The delegates afterwards met at the Talbot where an excellent dinner had been prepared fey Mr and Mrs Jones. The chair was taken byjg Councillor E. P. "Wynne (Mayor), <ind h^ ported by a number of the principal delegates anagj friends. ■ THE COUNTY SCHOOL.—Last week saw taew re-opening »f this school after the ris m"sjgj vacation, with several new pupils in attendance.| Sholaiships have been awarded to pupi.s ir01^g the Cyfoethybrenin Elementary Schools to wiog Daisy .Hughes, pupil of Borth National ^chooll (Miss Pat hurst, head mistress), and ^nn'e Hughes, Dolybont, pupil of the Borth Board behoof (Mr R. E. James, head master). There were| eighteen candidates. JE DOBCAS SOCIETY.—Mrs Cosens presided o\eri| the animal general meeting, which was held in tnes Town Hall on Wednesday last. There was a good attendance. The honorary secretary read lie annual report and financial statement for 1900 These were accepted and adopted. Mrs Cosens wa unanimously re-elected president. Most o. this vice-presidents were re-elected, and some additionalj names added to the list. The executive committeei was re-arranged, and some new members added Mrs E. James was re-elapted honorary secretary, g COUNTY SCHOOL LIBRARY.—Lists of suggestec books are now being drawn up by scholars of tbej upper form, with the view of expending the sum made at the recent lecture by Philip Sidney i -nant, as satisfactory a manner as possible. The lntentiong is to endeavour to lay a good foundation org standard Welsh and other volumes, which are not, as a rule, available to students in every library. I is a good sign to note that the scholars do not forget their library, when an opportunity oc-cursg of adding to it; recent gifts of books havin", been received from Reginald Stephens an James Rowland Morgan. E PETTY SESSIONS,—At the weekly Petty Sessions^ held at the Town Hall on ednesday morning.a before the Mavsr (Mr E. P. Wynne), and Alderman C. M. Williams, the case of the Aberystwyth Electric Lighting Company, charged with allowing smoke to emit from their works in Mill-street, and thus causing a nuisance, was further adjourned. It J was stated on behalf of the Compauv that the chimney stack was about to be increased in heig-ijt, which, it was felt, would abate the nuisance.—1 hej magistrates granted a temporary transfer of the licence of the Old Black Lion, Bridge-street,, Iroiuj Mrs Lewis to Mr Henry Matthews, butcher, North-t parade. j ^NATIONAL SCHOOLS.—The following is a veroatim copy of the Annual Government Report on the above schools for the year 1900 :—Mixed School "This School continues to be taught with intelli- gence and industry. The Divisional Inspector forj ^Drawing reports that this subject is ^very web taught with highly creditable results." lnlarus School: "The School has been main- tained by the new mistress is a very satisfactory condition of efficiency." The highest possible grants for each subject taught were earned throughout the whole School. The amount of grant earned for each unit of average attendance is as follows :-Infants earned 17s each; Boys earned 22s 3d each; Girls earned 21s 6d each. JUNIOR RADICAL CLUB.—A meeting of the members of this club was held on Friday last, Mr D. C. Roberts presiding. The rules were further discussed, Mr T. J. Samuel proposing that the age of admission be reduced to 16 instead of 17 as at present. It was carried, however, that this be de- ferred until the special general meeting which wil be held shortly. Mr T. H. Edwards gave notice that at the next meeting he would move that the name of the club be changed to that of the Reform Club -It was reported by the committee that ar- rangements were being made for holding a soiree z, towards the end of February, and that the mem- bers of the Women's Liberal Association had con-I sented to provide the refreshments,—Messrs Peter JLoveday, James Rees, Jenkin Humphreys, J. A. Phillips and G. Ellis were appointed a Syllabus Committee to draw out a programme fen the; remainder of the winter session—A committee waS| also appointed to arrange a billiard tournament. On the proposition of Mr T. B. Hali, seconded by Mr T. J. Samuel, a vote of sympathy was passed with Mr George Rees and Mr James Rees (secretary of the club), and their family, in their sad bereave- ment caused by the death of their brother. PRINCIPAL BEBB.-Taking advantage of his visiti to the town for the purpose of addressing the Teachers' Guild, Archdeacon Protheroe invited Mr Bebb to preach at the Parish Church last Sunday evening. Notwithstanding the extremely unpro- pitious" weather there was a large congregation, which listened attentively, as the Principal of St. David's College spoke simple, yet penetrating sentences, from the words "for whosoever hath to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance: but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken awav even that he hath." The theme and central thought of the sermon were the need ot personal and individual consecration of life to ail that can enoblo and elevate it. The Archdeacon read the prayers, and Mr Panchen presided a,1 the organ. THE COUNTY SCHOOL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.-The first meeting this term was heid last Friday evening, Janufery 18th, when it had D Jonathan Jones for president and E. Rhys Thomas for Hon. Secretary. The subject under discussion was the following: Are Christmas festivities con- ducive to the highest interests of the nation ?' S O Owens was to open in the affirmative, but being unavoidably absent. Mr J, H. Howell verv kindly took his part; and E. Rhys Thomas opposed in the negative. H. E. Jones, Bernard Owen, and H. C. Ellis also spoke on the negative, while J. M. Jones and D. J. Jones supported the affirmative. On the motion being put to the vote, the house was equally divided, and the chairman's casting vote -iiat I was given to the affirmative. TEACHERS' GUILD.—Saturday evening last found several ol the members of this admiraole and use ful organization foregathered in the Hall at U.C. íY to meet the Rev L1. Bebb, M.A., Principal of St. David's College, Lampeter, who had come up t( address them on Stimulus." The chairman wib. Mr T. Darlington, H.M.I.S., who was supported by the Principal of the College (Mr T. F. Itoberts M.A.), Professor Foster Watson, M.A., Revs Mor-S timer Green, Geo. Eyre Evans, Messrs D. Samuel. M.A., and J. h. Howell, B.Sc., Misses C. P| Tremain, B.A.. Mrs Humpidge, and others. ,nn| cipal Bebb dealt with the subject m academics terms and sentences, not one of which could beg missed, and his matter bristled with thosefpomts sol necessary to ensure a free and open debate at the close of his address. lf1 this discussion and con fer^nce manv ioined, the Chairman adding inanyjj valuable experiences gained during his recent visit! to Moscow. On the motion of Mr Samuel, secondedg by Professor Watson, hearty thanks were tendereda to Principal Bebb for his visit and lecture. I PRESENTATIONS.—At the weekly meeting of the Ystwytb Lodge of Good Templars, Mr J. W. Jones the Chief Templar, was presented with a marble timepiece on the occasion of his marriage* and in recognition of the splendid work done byffl him whilst acting as chief templar. On Fridays evening, at' Holy Trinity, Mrs W. P. U illiams wa| presented with a handsome marble clock inscribed and three bronze figures. T-ie presenta-g tion was made on the occasion of her which took place at the close of the year, and wa the gift of the choristers and the con,-t-egat,ion. The inscription was as follows:Presented to MrsH. Williams on her marriage by the choristers and con-M gregation of Holy Trinity Church. December 1st, 1900." Mrs Williams who is the eldest daughte of Mr Collins, ironmonger, Great Darkgate-street jffl is the deputv organist of the church), i faithfu chorister and Sunday School teacher at the abov chnrch and this was a gift in recognition of he &€rvic€s. B ■"1'HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.—The annual meeting! of the North Cardiganshire Horticultural Society| was held on Friday evening, January i8th at the* Town Hall. There were present Mr Edward Lvans,1 J.P. (chairman), Messrs R. C W ilhams, H. S.| Sheraton, James VeaTy, A. Austin, H. Mallorv, R.l Weller J. Purton, D. Colville S. Glitheroe, J. L J Bees (N. & S. W. Bank), T. W. Powell, and H. G.I Atwood (secretarv).-The Secretary read the balance sheet for the past year, which showed a balance of £ 53 12s 3d in favour ot the Society| which was considered satisfactory.—On the pro-| position of Mr Purton, seconded by Mr Glitheroe.g it was decided that a sum of £ 50 be withdrawn! and placed to a reserve account, in the joint names of the Treasurer (Mr J. R. Rees) and the Secretary. —It was proposed by Mr Purton. seconded by Airg Sheraton, and unanimously resolved, that a shown -no be held in the month of August next, the date tog be fixed by the committee—Mr Vaughan Davies,| M P was unanimously re-elected president tor then enstiin- year, and the Mayor (Mr E. P. Wyi-ine), Mr J. Frauds. » ^unanimously re-elected chairman of co^.nte| Mr J R Rees treasurer, and Mr H. G. Atwool.g secretary.—A committee of management and a» schedule committee were also appointed^ On t leg proposition of Mr T. W. Bowe l, seconded by Mig Glitheroe, it was resolved to insure against fire|S etc., the sheet and timber belonging to the S^ietyg sand now at the Elysian Grove, in the sum ox -oo, I| a'lEO'1If(I'"z¡¡a'=Ø\1Ao. THE BELLE VUE HOTEL.-The ravages of the recent destructive fire in this hotel are now being ictivelv repaired by the energetic proprietor, Mi« Palmer who has a large staff of workmen under lie control of Mr Robert Peake pushing forward che necessary work of painting and decorating the spacious apartments. 8 S\LK.— On Wednesday afternoon at the Lion noyaljj Hotel Mr J. E. James, auctioneer, offered for ?ale<| the house and shop in.wn as 25, Nortli-parade. The| premises were held under a lease from the Corpora-H tion, of which there was seventy-three year unexpired, at the annual ground rent of £ 2. 14?.l Bidding commenced at £ 1,000, and rose bv £ 1000 bids to £ 1,4-00, and then by £50 bids to 3^1,600, a which figure it was withdrawn. I OBITUARY.—We learn with regret of the death iof Dr Williams, the headmaster of the Abergele^ County School, which occurred on Friday night 1 Dr Williams passed through a serious illness a| couple of years ago, from the effects of which hejj never thoroughly recovered, and his death when ii12 tthp. mime of his life, and when he had a career oral jmuch usefulness before him on behali of educatio land of his country, will be deplored by all whogl Sknew him. Deceased was the only son of Mr Isaacgj JWilliams, of LlanfarianJ and formerly of SVilla. He was for some time a pupil at Mr DayidHj fsamuel'a school at Old Bank, Bridge-street, andlfl [continue 1 his studies in Germany, where he took|g| his doctorate. H DEATH CF AN OLD TRADESMAN.—The deathg took place on Tuesday of Mr David Thomas, J.r.Jj Pantyderi, Llanbadarn-road, at the ripe age ufl sixty-nine years. Deceased, who was a native of|8j Pembrokeshire, was one of the oldest tradesmen in9 the town, having commenced business as watch maker in Great Darkgate-street in 1854. In 189 he retired, and banded over the business to hisffl son, Mr Jack Thomas, who still carries it on. Hi, illiiess was a brief one, the first serious symptom. being shown on Sunday morning, and death erisue( lat. about one o'clock on Tuesday. He was on thee! ■commission of the peace for the county, feavingg Sheen appointed in 1893. Deceased-leaves a iaftd a son and daughter, the latter being Mr Jack* ST nomas and Mrs Morgan, wife of Mr T. Ej| HMorgan, architect, together with a step-daugbterjt Band step-son, viz., Miss M. Jones, Pantyderi, andfl lr Evan Jones, jeweller, Shrewsbury. The funeral, which will be of a semi-private character, will tak place on Friday at the Cemetery; no flowers. B g PAXTOX SOCIETY,—The members of this society held their last meeting of the session on Wednesdays evening last, and were honoured by the Rev G. E yr gEvans with an excellent resume of the late Henryjg ■Arthur Bright's delightful hook, A year in a Lan-g Soashire garden," which was highly appreciated. fflMr Evans was accorded a very cordial vote of thanks for his address. Theappointmentofofficen; for the ensuing year was made as follows :-Patron, Capten G. W. Cosens, Bronpadarn president, Aid I W. H. Palmer, Queen's Hotel; vice-presiclents Principal T. F. Roberts, Messrs W. H. Colby, J. iVeary, and T. Ellis curator, Mr A. Askew bast. lr R. Weller; treasurer, Mr T. W. Powell; seeretary, Mr O. Stephens auditors, Messrs J. D. Saer and W, SP. E. Jones; committee, Mrs O. Stephens, Sr. C. Williams, L, Hopkins, Ii. Pateman, J. Jones,| HF. Studley, G. Griffiths, G. Slack, D. Evans, H.g ■Austin, R. Hughes, and J. L. Pickard. The syllabus| ■for the coming session, we understand, will com-jj Bprise very valuable papers and lectures of thel flutmost importance to all interested in horticulture^ THE LATE MR JOSHUA REES.—The funeral ofjj §Mr Joshua Rees, Trinity-place, late auditor M. and| 3M. Railway, took place on Saturday afternoon last.8 sllpn, despite the inclement weather, a large nmn- per assembled tu follow the mortal remains to their| last resting place. The employees of the Cambrian! prcsent in uniform, acted as bearers in conjunction with the members of the local tent of RechabitesJ | of which deceased was a member. The chicif i mourners were:—Mrs Rees (widow), Robert,! Georgie. and Ceridwen (sons and daughter), Mr 8 and Mrs Rees, Lampeter (father aDd mother), Mis | Geo. Rees, Rev John Rees, Pontycymmer, Mr James? Hllees, and Mr Henry Rees (brothers), Mr and Mrs ■.Jenkins, Pontardawe (broter-in-law and sister). SMiss Margaret Rees and Miss Mary Rees (sisters). !JMr, Mrs, and the Misses Evans, Emporium, Llan-y- jflbyther Mrs D. Morgan, Lampeter; Mr and Mi> Hjerikins, Llangeitho; Miss Roberts, Mrs Jones, and SlMiss Katie Davies, Tregaron and Mr Robert R. !arid M. and M. Railway Companies, who werei wDavies. Amongst those also noticed in the cortege Mwere the Revs Job Miles (deceased's pastor), T. A. BPenry, T. E. Roberts, M.A., Griffith Parry (Llan- Bbadarn), and J. Llewelyn (Borth) Alderman Peter jffljones. Alderman C. M. Wiiliams, Mr Howell Evan9 ffl(chief constable) Messrs James Jones, Tyllwyd Capt W. Jones, Trinity-place; Evan Evans, Vaenor- street; Thomas Evans, Thespian-street; J. Davies Powell-street; Edwin Peters, H. Meredith, David ■Thomas, Thomas Williams (deceased's fellow- Bdeacor.s at Baker-steet Congregational Chapel); aMr W. Thomas, (chairman of the School Ijlioard); Mr Daniel Thomas, Great Darkgatestreet; I,d Councillor T. E. Salmon, with the following Kstation masters and railway officials:—Mr J. A. EjThomas, Aberystwyth; Mr T. Kilvington Inspt. E HKumphreys and Inspt. Banford, Aberystwyth i Mr gHThomas Owen, Lampeter; Mr \V. Pearson, Llan-v- a|byther Mr T. W. Jones, Tregaron; and Mr J. F. §HThomas, Llanrhystyd-road. A short service was conducted at the house by the Rev Job Miles. At the Cemetery Chapel the Rev T. E. Roberts, MShilon. officiated, and at the graveside the Rev T. nj| Penrv. Wreaths and flowers had been sent by ra&he following: Mr J. C. Russell, General Manager M. [Hand M. Rly. Co Mr Josiah Thomas, Muswell Hill, KjLondon; Mrs Roberts, Tregaron (mother-in-law): Welsh Gazette Office; and Mr Bell, gDerry Grmond. M LOCAL LAW CASE. a On Monday in the Appeal Court. in re the School fflBoard of Llanbadarnfawr (Cardiganshire) v. The HCharity Commissioners, plaintiffs appealed from the ffldecision of the Divisional Court refusing an inquiry Hwith regard to certain endowments now in posses- sion of the Charity Commissioners claimed by ^plaintiffs under an instrument transferring to them [San elementary school. The County Court Judge Bat Aberystwyth refused an inquiry, and the Divisional Court upheld him. The Court of Appeal Know dismissed the appeal with costs, without Bcalling on respondent's counsel. i DEVIL'S BRIDGE RAILWAY. ■SITES OF PROPOSED RAILWAY STATIONS. ju We are able to state that negotiations are rapid-| llv proceeding with the landowners for the Hoi the necessary land required for the construction! iof the light railway from Aberystwyth to Devil's! HBridgn. The majority of the owners are fovour- ;Ibly disposed toward the scheme, and it is not ■anticipated that the compulsory powers nestecl Hin the Company will be needed to be enforced It Hwill interest our readers to know that there will b Stive stations along the route, the sites of which are Has follows:—Aberystwyth; Llanbadarn, near the level crossing; Rhiwarthen, distant about half al mile from Penllwyn, and one mile from Goginan ;S Tvllwvd, near Aberffrwc1; and Devil's Bridge. It 1-; expected that the work will be started about Alarel-i, the contractors being Messrs Pethick MHros., Plymouth, who have carried out large con- tracts in different parts of the country. Regarding the extension to Aberayron, we understand that t some of the principal residents along the line of route and at Aberayron are taking steps with the view of approaching the landowners in order to obtain their support and to induce them to giv reasonable terms for the land required. r DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM SCOTT. The news of the death of Mr William Scott, at his residence, Hazelwood, Cardiff, on Wednes- day evening in last week, will be received with general regret locally. Deceased had lived for many year-i at Aberystwyth, where he was much respected. He suffered from atrophy of the liver, land his final illness had extended over three weeks. |-Mr Scott was of a retiring disposition, but socially She was of the most genial of men. He was not a fereat 'conversationalist, but he had that intimate ^knowledge of men and movements, especially of Wales, and could draw upon an apparent limitless fund of anecdotes and reminiscences, spiced with '& quaint humour, that made his society a pleasure. In all but his patronymic, Mr Scott was intensely Welsh. His ancestors hailed from Scotland andH settled in Cardiganshire, where deceased was born.H His early days were spent at Aberbrwvnen, near* Aberystwvth, where his brother, Mr Gaven Scott,flH still resides. He afterwards removed to Portland-J street Aberystwvth, and during his residence inB Iie town was a member of the English Gongrega- onal Church..His first, wife was a sister of Mi ho'nias Jones, 63. Maiine-terrace, who died in Uou.st 1883. After his removal from Aberyst- yth Mr Scott went to live at Llantrisant. and ibsequenfly at Cardiff, and at the latter place 3 made the acquuaintancc of Mr John Ballinger, ie"Cardiff Librarian, and so became interested in ie Free Library. He contributed many volumes old Welsh l o^ks and valuable M.S.S. to that stitution. As a commercial traveller, whose dis- ict covered all Wales, he had the best of all op- ■rtunities for pursuing his researches. He often avelled manv miles into out-of-tne-way farm- rases, where" literary finds were likely, and my were the rare treasures he picked up in this iy—some for a mere song, but others at a heavy st but he never grudged the outlay. In this wayg brought to<retl§er no fewer than 2013 printed volsH wyth, Mr Scott went to live at Llantrisant. and ibsequenfly at Cardiff, and at the latter place he made the acquuaintancc of Mr John Ballinger, the Cardiff Librarian, and so became interested in t the Free Library. He contributed many volumes of old Welsh looks and valuable M.S.S. to that institution. As a commercial traveller, whose dis- trict covered all Wales, he had the best of all op- t ■rtunities for pursuing his researches. He often avelled manv miles into out-of-tne-way farm- rases, where literary finds were likely, and many were the rare treasures he picked up in this iy—some for a mere song, but others at a heavy st but he never grudged the outlay. In this wayg brought to<retl§er no fewer than 2013 printed volsH and 56 "manuscripts for the Library. Many interesting were the tales he told of his book-B huntino- adventures. Once he brought home a _be-B Wed and much fbarred bundle of books, which had been found concealed in ths old-fashioned fire-S Placo of a Cardiganshire cottage. Among theS number was one entitled, "Eglurhad o Gatechismg F'yrra f i Gvtnanfa o waith Thomas Vincent, Gwein-g idocr Maudlin,Heolv Llaeth, Ysgaerludd print^ i'rehedyn,by Isaac Carter, 1719." Trehedyn is-»ow^ better known as Adpar, a village near rsewcastleK i-rdvn and Carter's was the first printing press introduced into Wales. It was thought when this* a, Catechism was discovered by Mr Scott that it wa-S the first book printed in the Principality, but sincel then a previous book, .dated 1718, has been dis. covered. It is a curious coincidence that a. fe\\ reeks afterwards Mr Scott discovered anotheig ;<my of the same Catechism, and that copy he pre-g enter! to the University College at Aberystwyth.H This was not the only gift he made to that institu-w ion, for it was his custom for some years to o Aberystwyth all the duplicates he could find off volumes in his Cardiff collection. Perhaps rarest of all Mr Scott's finds" was a 12ino 80pp of which there appears to be no record. Ihe titled Sis as follows Cvdymddidden rhwng Dau wr yn| •Vmruau Ynghylch ])edydd Plant. GanW. Wal, ficerl Shorham yn Nghent,"a Chyfieithiad TheophilusJ Evans. Printedig yn Llundain. Ac ar Werth gang I Joseph Downing yn Martholomew Close yn agos| i Wesf Smithfield, 1719." The interest of this« volume, of'course, centres in the fact that its trans-| llator was Theophilus Evans, who wrote the famous| [Welsh cla.-sio, '• Drych y Prif Oesoedd," and theij LODV found bv Mr Scott is, as far as can be ascer-8 volume, or ,eour,e, centres in the fact that its trans-s llator was Theophilus Evans, who wrote the famous| [Welsh cla.-sio, '• Drych y Prif Oesoedd," and theij LODV found bv Mr Scott is, as far as can be ascer-8 itained, the only copy extant. Since he had taken up his abode at Cardiff, Mr Scott paid fiequentS jvisits to Aberystwyth. He spent a fortnight^ [holiday in the town in September last, being tli&j gue-t of his father-in-law, Mr Thomas Jones, ands his last visit was paid about a fortnight previous t his final illness. He was twice married, and leaves| a widow and four children. One of his daughters? is the wife of Mr Davis, J.P., ironmonger! Aberystwvth. I The funeral took place at Aberystwyth Cemetery on Monday morning. The body was conveyed from Cardiff by" the 2.30 a.m. mail train, and reached Aberystwyth at 10.15. A special coach was reserved Y, for the coffin and the mourners. The latter in- cluded Messrs James and John Scott (sons), All Gaer Jones, Mr Willie Davies, Mr R. Edwardes James, solicitor, and Mr Ballinger, chief librarian of the Cardiff Free Library, which institution Mr Ballinger represented. At Aberystwyth there were other mourners, and these awaited the arrival of the coffin on the platform, together with several friends of the deceased gentleman. The coffin, which was of polished oak. was ornamented with heavy brass mountings, and bore the following in- scription :—" William Scott died January 16, ageci 52 years." The funeral was private, and the eight mourning coaches which followed the hearse were, occupiecfby relatives and close friends of the family. The first coach contained Mrs Scott (widow), Airs George Davis (daughter), Mr James Scottj (son)t and Mr George Davis (son-in-law) second coach—Mrs Oliphant (daughter)^ Mr John Scott (son), Mr Gaven Scott (brother). and Mrs Gaven Scott thirdr Miss Grace Scott (niece). Miss Queenie Davis (stepdaughter), Mr Gaer Jones (stepson), Mr James Scott (nephew) fourth, Mr John Scott (nephew), and Mr Thomas Jones (uncle). The wreaths, composed of rare and lovely flowers, were sent by the following Scott, Mr and Mrs George Davis, Mr and Mrs Oli- phant, Mr James Scott, Mr John Scott, Mr and Mn Gaven Scott, Mr Gaer Jones, Miss Queenie Davis Mr and Mrs Llewellyn, Llandaff; Misses Dorothy and Edith Marquand, Cardiff; servants at Hazle. wood and Holydene. Aberystwyth the Free Libraries Committee, Cardiff, bearing the following inscription In kindly remembrance of a devotee friend and colleague;" Mr and Mrs Jones, Porth, cawl; Mr and Mrs Willie Davies, Pencoecl am: Mrs Williams, Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth. Th< and hs and Mrs Willie Mrs Box, and Mr anc service at the church and graveside was shared bJ the Revs Prebendary Williams and T. A. Penry The undertakers were Messrs Stone Brothers, Car diff and Mr William Rowlands, Aberystwyth.

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