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Farmers and the War.

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Builth Rural Tribunal. I

IMr. Sidney Robinson, W.P.

IRural District Council.I

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I Builth Wells Funerals. I

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I Builth Wells Funerals. I I THE LATE MR. J. It. JAMES. IOn' Wednesda-y in last week the remains of the )at. R. ii ,iltli N?-re conve?:e(i to L?iiii- I peter and laid to reft in the parish churchyard. Be- j fol-e leaving the home a brief and impressive servic was conducted by the Rev. E. W. Jones (Vicar, A111- mawr). and the Rev. Lewis.tames. I The chief mourners WCfe Mrs James (widow). Mr Harry and .Miss Coniiie Jaiiiesi (son and daughter). Mr David .Tames (father), Mr and Mrs James. Aberystwyth (brother and sister-in-law), Messrs. Roderick and John Evans (uncles), Mr Dan Thomas, Rhydlewis, Mrs Edward Davies, Llanprunesaul, and Mrs D. R. Williams. Aberys- twyth (cousins). The following acted as bearers at Builth Wells: Messrs. W. Snead Williams, David Thomas. Herbert Llovd. Roger Williams, G. R. Thomas. A. P. Morgan and W. A. Smiles: the hearers at Lampeter were: Messrs. W. Llovd, R. Hughes, Evan Thomas, D. Li. Davies. Job Evans, Roderick Jones, J. Stephens' and David Thomas. The funeral arrangements were carried out bv Mr Walter J. Lewis, undertaker, Builth Wells. THE LATE MR. JOHN HFOHES. The funeral of Mr John Hughes (Bryndynod), tool; place last. Friday at Macsmynis churchyard. A short service was conducted at the house by the Rev. Lewis Beynon and the Rev. Lewis James. The hymns sung were "Lead. kindly light," and "Brief life is here our portion." The hearers were Messrs. Tom Pugh (Gwar- rallt). J. Pugh (Xovadd Isaf), J. Davies (Bwleli), P. Pugh (Wernfawr), J. Weale (Tynpant). and B. Bound (Chlamvni.s). The mourners were Mrs Hughes (wife), Messrs. R. Hughes, II. Hughes, L. S. Hughes (hrother). Misses M. Hllghe, D. HIIghe an?d Mav Hughes (sisters), Mr and Mrs E. Samuel (Bryn- dviiod). Mrs Hughes, Garth (sister-in-law), Mrs Hughes, Tvncoed (sister-in-law), Mr Orchard, Pontypridd (bro- ther-in-law), Mr Davies, Park Villa (cousin), Mr Davies, Llwvntrusaid (uncle), Mrs Mills, Dolau (cousin), Mrs Morris, Swansea (sister-in-law), Mr and Mrs Williams, Bwlchcealau (brother-in-law and sister-in-law), Mr Jones, Rose Cottage (uncle). Miss S. Williams (Cefn- hafdrt (cousin), Mr and Mrs Jones. Xantymueh (cou- mus), Mr Price, Pantyglass (cousin), Miss S .Powell, Drysllwvn (cousin). Miss Lena Williams. Mr and Mrs Jones- (Dolirion), Mr Samue4, Xewry, Mr J. A. Samuel, Llanerchpaseae. The coffin was of polished oak with heavy brass fit- tings The inscription on the breast plate was John Hughes, died Februarv 20th, 1917, aged 22 years. The funeral arrangements were ably carried out by Mr Matthew Jones, undertaker. The following wreaths were ,cilt "With deepest sympathy," from his sorrowing wife and all at Bryndynod. "In loving memory of dear Johnnie." from mother, sis- ters and brothers. "In loving memory of our dear brother," from Arthur and Kate."

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