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I C.O.'s Complaint.

IBrecon and Troops.


Landlords and Rents. I

1 ! -Funeral at Libanus.


Funeral at Libanus. DEATH OF MRS. MORGAN, THE IILL. With great regret we have to record the death of Mrs Morgan, wife of Mr T. Morgan, Libanus Mills, and daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Jones, Lower Comelyn, Glyn. After a long and painful illness patiently borne, she passed away on Friday, the 5th inst., at the early age of 45. Deceased was well-known in the surrounding dis- trict, and highly respected by all who knew her. The funeral took place on Tuesday, the 9th, at Libanus, when a large number of friends and neighbours came together to pay their last tribute of respect, and express their sympathy with the bereaved. The service at the house was taken by the vicars of Llanspyddid and Ultyd, and at Libanus by the Rev. R. Williams, Devynock. The chief mourners were Mr T. Morgan (hus- band); Elsie, Jessie, Mary and Hilda (daugh- j ters) Brinley (who is a corporal in the Pern- brokeshire Yeomanry); Howell and. Eddie (sons); Mr and Mrs Jones, Cwmclyn (brother and sister- in-law) Mr Edwin Jones, Nottingham (brother); Mr and Mrs Williams, Trawsnant (sister and brother-in-law); Mrs Green, Ogniore Vale (sis- ter); Councillor T. Evans, Llandrindod (uncle); Mrs Horton, Llanbadarn, Penybont (cousin) Mrs Pryce Jones, Pontyclun, and Mrs Benett, (Birmingham (sisters-in-law); and Mr and Mrs Williams, Taihirion. The coffin, of polished oak with massive brass fittings, was supplied by Mr; W. Powell, Libanus. I A large number of beautiful wreaths were sent from the following :-In ever loving memory of dear mother, dad-a and children; in loving remem- brance from John and Annie, Cwmclyn; in lov- ing remembrance from Pollie and Llewelyn, Tros- nafit; in loving remembrance from Edwin and Annie, Shirebrook, Nottingham; in loving mem- ory from Pryce and family, Pontyclun with deep j sympathy from Uncle Tom and Cousin Bessie, Llandrindod in loving sympathy from Taihireon: with heartfelt sympathy from Fred and Bessie. Birmingham; with loving remembrance from Cousin Lizzie, Brecon; in loving memory of a. kind mistress, from George and Maggie Haines, Tairbull; with Mr and Mrs H. E. Barnett and damily's (Cardiff) deepest sympathy: in loving memory of a dear friend from Mr and Mrs Rich- ards, Aberbran; in loving memory and with deep- est sympathy from Annie A. Powell, Athrawdy, Defynock; with deep sympathy from Mr J. Evans and Mrs Chambers, New Greyhound, LIanfaes: rith deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs Rees. Aberhafesp, Newtown; with loving remembrance and deep sympathy from 20 and 50, Orchard 1street, Llanfaes; with deep sympathy froni the members of the Mothers' Union of Llanspyddid: with deep sympathy, Mr and Mrs Jones, Rhydy- wernen ilia.

I Beaufort Estate Sajes.

IBrecon Farmers.


Only Pieces of Paper. I

Farm Labourer's Death. I




Notes and Notions.

I Beaufort Estate Sajes.