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WHERE THE MONEY GOES.

:—I THE DILUTION OF LABOUR…

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CRYNANT- DEATH OF WELL KNOWN TRADES- MAN. We regret to record the sad death of a well-known and respected tradesman, in the person of Mr. David Mark, of Gould Cottages, Orynant, which took place on Thursday morning of last week. Mr. Marks was about attending to his business on Monday, but was taken ill Tuesday and died of heart failure. Mr. Marks was a native of Cwmtwrch but came to the Dulais Valley about 40 years ago, and started the business of shoe- making, and had developed a flourishing i business in the boot trade. He was 65 years of age, and had been for many years a deacon of Godre'. £ has Chapel. The funeral took place on Tuesday at Godre'r- rhos Chapel, when a large concourse of people gathered to pay their last tribute to the departed. Four fellow deacons act- ed as bearers, and the following ministers officiated Revs. U. Phillips, B.A. (pas- tor), Edmund Davies, Seven Si&ters; Dd. Jones, Salem, and John Morgan, Bethan- ia. The chief mourners ware Mrs. Marks (widow). Rev. D. Mark. vicar, Cymmer \ie-s.cs John Mark. Michael Mark. W. T). Mark. Tcm Mark, Eynon Mark (sons) and three daughters. We regret to learn of the illness of M rs E. Richards, of "The Surgery Crynant, and trust she will speedily be restored to health.

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OUR LONDON LETTER. ————

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