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Jones, Ystradgynlais. The proceeds were in aid of the chapel funds. Xe-arly a hundred of the wounded soldiers now at the Pontarda we hospi- tals wert< etiterttirim at the Gurnoa Schools on Saturday afternoon, wIkmi Mrs. G. H. Strick and Miss Strick acted as hostesses. An excellent iea was provided,, after which a miscel- laneous concert w,)s given by the men, assisted by local artistes. The death took place at Gfaigtwrch on Saturday night, after but a brief illness, of Mr. Owen Jenkin Owen, a local farmer, at the age of 51. De- ceased, who \va* a bachelor, had only been ill for ^m-'x flays, suffering from pneumonia, was well-known and highly respected in", the district, and was a. regular attendant a.t Bethel Chapel. The funeral, which was for gentlemen only, took' plate (-)n Thurs- day v afternoon, the remains being I taken to the Ystradgynlais churchyard for burial. On Tuesday night next Mr. R. C. Phelps. of the Board of Agriculture, will jvddress a meeting at Boidah un- der the auspices of the Gardening As- sociation. Councillor Lewis Thomas, J.P. was the preacher at Ebene»er, Brynamman on Sunday, whilst the Rev. Daniel Aubrey, Penxhos, preached at Gwys. On Sunday next the Rev. T. Tawel- fryn Thomas, father-in-law to the R-ev*. T. M. Roderick. Cwmgorse, will preach at Ebenezer, Gwys. -()it Stip(lty morning next the Rev. W. T. Hughes, Beulah, will receive about sixteen new members into the j ehnrchtiirough baptism. Mr. David Rees (postmin), upper Cwmtwrel;, has left to join the forces. Signaller Jones, son of Mr. Henry Jones, Graigtredeg, has been on fnr- lough. He is a brother of the late Sea- man Albert Jones, who went down with his ship some time ago. Pte. Jacob Owen, of the Cameron High- lander, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dvfrig Owen, has returned to Scotland, after a short furlough at home. Pte. Willie Eva us, of the Engineers, son of Mr. lid. Evans, Upper Cwmtwrch, and Mrs. Evans (district nurse) has been on leave. Gunner Morgan Price Morgan, Garrison Artillery, who is now in train- ing, has been on furlough at his home, Gwilyin-road. Cwmllynfel!. He is the so n of Mr. and Mrs. l)d. Morgan. Miss Mary Annie Jones, Cwmllyn- fell, again took half the prize at tho Cwmtwrch competitive concert- on Saturday in the children's solo com- petition. Although only 13 yea rs of f I age, Miss Jones has already taken over fifty prizes.

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