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I GWMTWRCH -———— ————. The death took place at Glynmeurig Farm, Lower Cwmtwrcli, on Thursday morning last of Mr. Rhys Williams, after a long and painful illness. De- ceased was 76 years of age, and had served for many years as a member ox the Ystradgynlais Rural District Coun- cil and the Pontardawe Boiard of Guardians. He took n 11 active interest in local affairs, and was :tn authority on antiquities. He was highly respect- ed, and much sympathy is felt with the bereaved widow and children. Deep sympathy is felt with the rela- lives of widow of the late Mr. David R. Phillips, Phoenix- Shop, Lower Cwmtwreh, who passed away on Sunday night. The de- ceased lady had not been very well for .some time, but was at her usual work oql Saturday. Her husband predeceased her only a short time ago. Of a quiet disposition, Mrs. Phillips was highly respected in Cwmtwreh. Her remains were laid to rest at the Y.stradgynlais Churchyard on Thursday afternoon, there being a large attendance of sym- pathisers. j

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