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lLATE MR. DANIEL, EDWARDS.

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lLATE MR. DANIEL, EDWARDS. INTERMENT OF CREMATED REMAINS. Amidst sig is of widt;spre<td regret the re- mains of the late Mr. Daniet Edward. J.P.. Momston. were laid to rest in LIangyfe!- ach Churchyard on ¡j.turda a-fternoun in th< presence of a large number of relatives Md friends. According tc the deceased tMBUeman's 'X'h the regains h<id been Cremated the previous day at Goldcra Green. These were placed in an I am. which m turn was placed in an oak awket. Thf urterment took pliice -r a coruel o! the churchyard, where t.i1E' late 11. D. Ed- wards' wife lies buried, together with John Aubrey Edward:< ()n. who died )n 1838; EthaJ, his daughter a I'Id two children of Mr. D. Ed\v<ifdf, v-ho died in infancy. Sur- mounting the family vault i* a. Peterhead granjte monument, in which the )atc Mr. JMw&rd'! took so great. an interest, -)nd f!) ..hich had been inscnbEd his own name in readiness wn,h oniy the date to be chiselled in at death. This evidence of the de- .e.ased gent!enLa,n' s love rrf completeness in everv detail was characteristic. He d'd nothing oy hah-e- and insisted upon any work be undertook being; done to his liking The motto which he aaopted on his cr:et VM "ABSOUE LABORE NIHIL" ("Xothing is done without labour"). Tie p.a.ing of thj". the last of the tin- plate veterans who had done so much to es- tar,H<:h the trade in its present prosperity, recAiled to home of th{' eiders JYwnd the graveside the dwindHnt; band'in recent years who had each received the laft caH one by one. One histmctively reflected upon the work the&e self-taught m<n had been H.blc to ;)CC')mpli.h; n)en. for instance, 'fke the late Ijord Oantawe. -Ali-. Wm. a m, '\Ir. D. Owen ajtd Mr. Da'uel Edwards, a quar- tette who 'vorkpd together irl their early days in the qm m'n at the Forest Work?, and who Mpent the; 1 spc"? time in educat- ing themselves, and ir) !ear')'"g thp pra<c- ttcaJ appHcation of their work to improve manu f acture. Born in ttf 33,:n? p:?h in which he died— )fr. D. from Cardigan—the docae-dentloemall ted ST) &cti\e life. and in hn !ate'' -ear- he took an mcrea,sing intareat in politics. wh;!<' he always t<?ok the HveHefti interest in ,Ilythin,, per- taining to h's nat-ive piace. His wish was for Plainness <n everythmg the tuno.j L ."id the" were si.rtct.h- ,)bf' d. No wreaths accompanied the ffnuins. the!'t'- whu pl'edeceaed h'ni. A n" he ()PPO1t. tl-,e e'ttrancp had been m:, dp ref t- ine pl;tce ait t,h- head, with pro\-i¡<ior! for thjCM iv h c,ill fullo'x, T:H' !nst rites were performed by tile R J). (vicar). H<'v. J. W'[iiam" (Tabernacie). snd Rev. D. Picton Evani<, The :).t th: DufLYll \\orlv-, :!ti"t a notabk 6gure in t.lik- ptoccssbn w..t& th'' deceased cenMpman's fCM?hma:i. Mr. D. J'?nee, who had oe?'n ii; h' .??)<'e f? .jc '<<n'°. The Mourners. The o:'dl' ,f the curt' WItÍl tit" mourn'l' I was az; r'U"s: IsL C.irr!ge:—Mr. Ou.k?v \\a.ters. J. P., Mr. T. Oi-.ktpv Waftp.-s..Mr. B? (sdicitcr). .Mx. T. Oai-iot- v NAalt,e? s, Aiid l?v. J. J. Wtlha.nis (T?bemac?). R< D. Pic'ton Evaiis, NI.A.. Dr. Wm. Gitbe, \LD. ?rd C'<Mr??: '??-.st?. J. Pm?.n. D. \Vi!- lia.Bi9. John John, Jo?. Morgan, Jo- Davies, .j,), ?inr,,ar ies, 4th C?rtiage. —M?urnutp ? arD.jg? fr?- ?m. 5t.h C?r-r'dge \esm- ?' H. Ed \-ard.<, ) J. J. Edwards. D. L!. 'Ed'A-M-ds grandson,. E. G. Edwafrds, R. G. Fdlvitrdz, (sons). Dr. R. Joiies (son. in-hi.w). A. E. Edwards (S)). 7th P. (grandson). Coa.pt. "augh".11 .Ton:; \raJlrl:o;n) .7th \V ehh Cy- dtsts). Vr. Tom JL1rt' l1t.h 'pi r' m. T il' Jr'hn Dd. Ed- wards. Daniel Ed'A'aj'ds: fnaphews). '11:,11. Harris. r, P Dyer, Wm. John, J. J. J.-M miah -T,)hn Thoma.a, D. Mr. Gw-ih'rfi \fr. T. J \\1 ¡ ¡ i;> 1T: ''J.P.. r\rm,t 12t.h 'r!rt"r.,lp!) (_'M'l'ip :fr. T. J. Da,\ie<, J.P Mr-. D. -J.P., C pt. J.ri.ne"¡ D. Gcthm. t nth C.rriag- :-Dnffl}..n ')tt¡. t.ff-fr, J. A. Williimr,, Mr. W. Frapc;s. M' H. Hwik'ns. and \11-, l), .1rmo4>8 LARGELY ATTENDED FrX, L T";e iunpntl wa targFIV attended. R- J. \i!'ia.m;- cor,,il:,tel a hort "prvic<' in I to th" cortege starting, and prp- e<'nt at tht, last ritea mctuded Mr. \V. n, M.P.. A]d. J. Jordan (LlalAAm' !ett. IIJ;rl R. Tlilrk- land. Mr. David ? 1"8r8. Gro. Rowe. T. J<-r')'ah and T. tnr< of thp Worrp.st.pr .Tid rDp.)' Forp:'t, Works\ W. Morris f\Md!and!. H. D. Wi)-! Oaklc- ()a'kl,v junr.. Ivor Griffith, F. r:dwa(:i! T. WU- 1ia.m. Rpv. Ffrwdpn Levi1!' I,VelinnT'p). Trevor Eviiis. A. R. Lew; W. P. Row'andh,. M. L. T. n. T;¡,: (bajik vnal,,agei,), A. B. D..vip< T. (hw;¡!d Rev. ;amne1: \V. D-tvies )DeL ian). R5ft- Robert, D. L. Thorns': Piti. H. 'Abcrdare;. D. Davie3 (Pathf,ib), E. Jeiik;?is, Hn01 ")!iam.5. T. KeweU Jones, .fona-th.m WiHiamh. D. E. Th(.ra-i, l), Ja.m<w (dearoii) D. WUiiams (Philade.lpÏ1ia), Joeeph Da\-ie«, E. Morri a F orr i a <Pn'chgTOve). W. 06 Eva.n?, Thfma? T()bÙ} Capt:t.in Svd Beva.:i. D. Morgan. T. Evans (deacon), H, D. W!i&m; E. Edwards, D. and W. Jenkms T? hute"'? a.tLd c3-€Tnat'on arran?empnts wM-e conducted by M'?Mra. WaJteM D.nd John- MMTT?ton. Th? re-nt,n,-7 I were laid in a ten'a. cotta urn cn.cloa&d in a. I polished pajMl oak casket.

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