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KNIGHTON. I HAMAR'S PURE TEA AND FRESH I GROUND COFFEE ARE THE BEST. 634 On Hire-Motor Car, Horses, Traps, Hearse, &c.-Arthur Owen, Station Road, Knighton. 1736p Advertisements, news items etc., for the "Rad- nor Express" should be sent to our representa- tive, Mr W. Phillips, 7, Castle road. I SPECIAL SARDINES, 2d., 2 £ d., 4 £ d., 5ld.¡1 per tin, BEST BRANDS.-ALLCOCK, KNIGH- TON. FRENCH DAY.—The effort made last Thursday by the local branch of the Red Cross Society, for the benefit of the French relief fund, resulted in a col- lection amounting to X8, 6s 8d. SCHOLASTIC.—Miss Frances M. Griffiths, daugh- ter of Mr Walter Griffiths, Broad street, has been awarded a scholarship of C5 at the University I College of Wales, Aberystwyth, for her work dur- ing the session 1914.19i5. She has also been suc- cessful in passing the recent examination (for which she sat at the University in June last), in English, Latin and German. I P.M. CHURCH.—The Primitive Methodists of Knighton held the annual camp meeting on Sun- day, which proved very successful. The services, seven in number, began with a prayer meeting at 9.15 a.m., and closed with a service in Broad Street Chapel, commencing at 6 p.m. Between the three larger services, missions were held in vatious parts of the town, addressed by Mr J. L. < Allcock, Mr J. Hey wood, Mr W. Roberts, J.P., Mr J. K. Lowe, and Mr W. A. Roberts. The morning service was billed to take place in the I Recreation Ground, but, owing to the threatening appearance of the sky, it was deemed advisable to adjourn to the chapel. The preachers at that ser- vice were Mr E. Gwilliam (Shrewsbury) and Mr J. K. Lowe (Darlaston). The afternoon service was held on the Recreation Ground and the even- ing services in the chapel, the preachers at the former being Mr W. Jones (Richard's Castle) and Mr J. K. Lowe, and, at the latter, Mr E. Gwil- liam and Mr W. Jones. Rev. J. H. Veal, circuit minister, presided at all the services. The singing was very hearty, Mr John Davies being precentor and the Misses Cartwright and Miss D. Allcock, accompanists. The congregations were large. OBITUARY.—On Wednesday morning Cyril Jor- dan, aged 7 years, passed away. Deceased who had suffered a long illness, was the fifth child of Mr and Mrs Harry Jordan. who formerly lived in Knighton, but emigrated to Toronto about two years ago. Since that time Mr W. Jordan, uncle of the deceased, had taken the responsibility of caring for the sufferer, who had received the best attention, but whose condition never held out the slightest hope of improvement. The funeral took place on Friday afternoon, when the service in Victoria Road Baptist Chapel and at the graveside in Knighton cemetery was very impressively con- ducted by Mr David Davies, and the hymn "Sil- ently the shades of evening" was sung. The bear- ers were six young ladies, viz. The Misses Mabel and Hilda Hughes, Miss Tirzah Bennett, Miss Eva Davenport, Miss Ivy Parker and Miss Cissie Evans, who wore white dresses. The mourn- ers included Mr and Mrs W. Jordan (Uncle and Aunt), Mrs Morris (grandmother), Mrs Cantrell, Mrs Price, Lloyney, Mrs Bishop, Ludlow, and Mrs J. Jordan (aunts), and Miss Lily and Master Percy Jordan (cousins). The coffin, which was fitted with white and brass trimmings, was sup- plied by Mr W. Evans.

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