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I DEATHS. It is with deep regret we record this week the death of Mr Hopkin Morgan, second son of Mr and Mrs. William Morgan, Danygmig, which took place at his home on Wednesday night of last week after many months patient suffering. Deceased, who was 24 years of age, was a very popular young man. In January of last year he was called up to join the forces, but he h,;1 r! not li^n many weeks in training before he W3 taken ill, and • was conveyed home. Scon afterwards he was discharg,<4I a his condition" was n'rt improving. Prior to this he was errvployed as a grocer's a.seistant with Mr David Watloais, Caesrian. He was also a faithful members of Bethlehem Congregational Chapel. Amid deep manifestations of sor- row, the remains were interred at Tynyeofxt ClrarcShyar<]| on Monday afternoon, the funeral being the largest &eeA in the district for some time. The Revs. Lewis Jones and L. Lloyd officiated. The mourners were:— Mr and Mrs. William Morgan (father and mother) Mefses Rachel and Agmffi Morgan (sisters) Messrs. Rees, John, Alee Morgan (brothers); Mr

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