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I HIS LAST HOURS.

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HIS LAST HOURS. LATE DR. WILLIAMS, DINAS, LANDORE. I I The funeral took place on Thursday of the Rev. W. P. Williams, D.D., Landore, wh6 had served 36 years as pastor of Dinas Bap- tist Chapel. There was a large attendance of sympathisers, especially ministers, from all parts of South Wales, and the wmmtul- j ity generally manifested sorrow at the death of the aged and revered pastor and distin, guished leader. A service was first held at Dinas Chapel, over which Dr. Gomer Lewis, Swansea, preo 1 sided, and those who spoke included Mr. W. Hughes, B.A., Oxford (who was encouraged to enter the ministry by his late pastor), the Rev. W. Rees, Blaenavon (a fellow-student at Llangollen College), the Rev. Dr. Harris, of Treherbert (a friend for 45 years), the Rev. Jeremiah Jones (President of the West Glamorgan Baptist Association), the Rev. John Davies (Cadle), the Rev. B. Davies (Plasmarl), the Rev. Walter Davies (Lan.. dore), the Rev. D. B. Richards (Brynhyfryd. Swansea), and the Rev. J. Edwards (Moun. tain Ash, President of the Welsh Baptist Union). All bore testimony to the life and work of the departed veteran, and the Rev. D. B. Richards told a moving story of THE MINISTER'S LAST HOURS. t >f nr-n: 1 1:- 1 i lie saul Mr, wiuiaius a-sittru iur a iem pencil, but the only decipherable word left on the sheet of paper was the word "Christ." Mr. Jeremiah Lot Hughes read a long list of those who had sent letters of sympathy, including Lord Pontypridd, Sir Brynmoraod. Lady Brynmor Jones, and Mr. Edgar Jones, M.P. The churches of the district had also sent letteri of sympathy, and also the churches of which the late rev. gentleman had been pastor. The service over, the ooffin was conveyed to Cwmgelly Cemetery, where the burial took place. The principal mourners were the widow, Mr. Idwal Williams (son), and the daughters. THE SYMPATHISERS. Among the sympathisers present were the Revs. J. Davieb, Mynyddbach; S. H. Parry, Llansamlet; Evan Jenkins, Swansea; Sin- clair Evans, Swansea Pryse Evans, Hafod; D. W. Sa.unders, Pontycymmer; J. D. Harris, Llansamlet; T. Edwards, Mountain Ash (President of the Welsh Baptist Union) Hermas Evans, Cwmbwrla; Aaron Morgan, Blaenffos George Williams, Pontardulais; D. Price, Aberaare; Dr. Gomer Lewis, Swansea; Dr. Griffiths, Kenfig Hill; Fred Morgan, Morriston; G. R. Hughes, Craven Hill; T. Thomas, Ynistawe; T. B. Evans, Clydach; J. Davies, Cadle; P. J. Owens, Ctaersalem D. M. Davies, Waunarlwydd; S. Williams, Landore; J. E. Griffiths, Birch- grove; J. Watkins, Loughor; D. T. H. Harris, Treherbert; H. Hughes, Briton Ferry; W. Richards, Abercam; Griffiths, Blaenavon; W. Rees, Blaenavon; J. Ste- phens, Gorseinon; D. M. Jones, vicar of Landore; D. U. Davies, B.A., TreboetH; Skudimore, Landore D. R. Richards, Bryn- hyfiyd; Dyfodwg Davies, Morriston; D. Price, Swansea; Valentine Evans, Clydach r W. Hughes, B.A., Oxford; Iorwerth Jones, Maesteg; Mr. Abraham Thomas, J.P. Councillors J. Lewis and D. Griffi4hs, Swan- sea Messrs. Ben Owen and Ben Davies, Plasmarl; T. B. Phillips, Tylagwyn; T. Edmunds, Swansea; and C. B. Griffiths, Swansea. At the graveside short addresses were do. livered by the Rev. Fuller Mills, Carmar- then, the Rev. Dr. Griffiths, Pyle, and others.

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