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ABERCRAVE I BURIAL. I The remains of the late Mr John Walters, late of Llund-ain faoh, who died on Monday evening of last week, were laid to' rfst at Tynycoed Church- yard on Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Lewis Jones officiated at the house and ) graveside. There was a large gather- ing of relatives and friends following the body to ita last resting pla-ce. De- ceased was 54 years of age (not 61 a., I stated last week), and was a faithful memljer of Bethlehem Congregational ChuTch. The chief mourners were Mrs AA alters (widow) Mr and Mrs. Ed. Kwvards j (da-ughter and son-in-law); Mr and Mrs. D-nvid Lewis (daughter and son- in-law) Mr and Mrs. Johnny Walters (son and daughter-in-law) Mr and M rs. Willie Walters (son and daughter in-law). Beautiful floral tributes were sent by the following:—Widow, Daughters. Sons xr,,(i Daughters-in-law, Fellow- workmen. ORGAN RECITAL. At St. David's Church on Sunday evening last, am organ recital was held after the ordinary service. The build- ing was crowded to the doors, and the service was greatly enjoyed by all. The following took part: Soprano solos. "I will extol Thee," and "0 I Divine Redeemer," by Miss inlaude Watkins, Ta-nyfron; contralto solos, "Return unto they Rest," and "Abide with me," by Madam Ceinwen Lewis, Morgan street; contralto solo, "O Thou that tellest" by Miss May Jones, Trefleming; bass solo, "It is enough," by Mr David Jones, Morgan: street recitation. "When wilt thou save the people," by Miss Jany Watkins. Two anthems were sung by the Church Choir, conducted by Mr David Jones, a.nd M.r Lewis Thomas (organist at St. David's) presided at the organ, .and gave several selections. A silver 00-1- leeti was made at the esnd for the Church War Fund. TEMPERANCE MEETING. The Rev. Morris Morgan, Swansea, addressed a fair audience at Carmel, C. M. Chapel on Tuesday evening last on "The prohibition or State pur- c'ha.se of alcoholic drinks." The in- clement weather prevented many people from being present. MILITARY. I The trien-ds of Fte. Johnny Walters, Welsh Regiment, will he pleased to learn that he has sufficiently recovered to return home, and arrived here on Tuesday night. He is still suffering the effects of his wounds, but we hope hits home ooming will prove beneficial. Able Seaman Ivor Williams, nephew to Mrs. Elias Ael-v-Brvn, paid a fly- ingvisit to his relatives .ar<{ friends on Monday. Seaman Williams, who was formerly employed at the Aber- crave colliery, joined the Navy in August. and was 'in training at Devon- port. He returned to Carmarthen (where hig parents reside) on Tuesday, and will shor-otly join his ship again. | He has a lready seen servi-ce on sea, and we wish l1Ïm every luck iln the „ future. Local friends will regret to hear of .the df'ath at Caerau, Maesteg, of Tom, the 13 year old son of Mr and Mrs. William T. Price, formerly of Wern-ty- bach. The burial took plaoe at Caerau on the 4th inst. The large funeral, headed bv a contingent of the Sunday School, where deceased was a scholar, together with the Band of Hope, testi- fied to the regard in which he and his parents were held. A large number of .relatives from Penrhcxs and A ber- crave also attended. Mor natural g\yel'd y dderwen Gan,mlwydd yn dadfeilio'n llesg, Mor naturxxl gwel'd yr afon Yn ocdi yn yr hesg: On:d mor groes yw gwel'd y blodau'n GWYWQ cyn i'r gwanwyn fynd,- o mor galed oedd ffarwelio'n Gyn,a.r iawn a ffyddlon ffrynd Cyfaill. A be re rave people ¿ will doubtless avail themseQves of the opportunity offered on V\ edne.sday and Thursday next to see the performan-ce of "Belshazzar's Jeast," at Ystradgynlais by the Taber- nacle Choir. The performance willI be in eh, and the cheir will be assisted by a full orchestra. For those who will be unable to attend either of the concerts, a matinee will he held on Saturday of this week at 3 o eloek in the afternoon. The choir is under the able conductorship of Mr Edgar O. Morgan.

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