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CWMTWRCH. Sergt. J. Thomas (Woodland Terrace) has just been home on leave. Gwyl Dewi Sant is to be celebrated here in style to- morrow (Friday). Pte. D. Williams (New Inn) has received his discharge from the forces. Cefnbrynbrain schools are closed, owing to an epidemic of whooping cough. Ploughing is now being carried on with vigour by the farmers of Cwmllynfell. Cwmtwreli schools have also been closed, owing to the supply of coal becoming depleted. Pte. Jonah Lloyd, R.E., has been home on furlough at Cwmllynfell for the second time from France. Sergt. Thomas and Driver Edgar Rosser, while home on leave, were presented with gifts by local friends. Pte. Moses Walters has been discharged from the forces, having been gassed and wounded in France. Signaller M. Powell (Trefleming) arrived home from Sierra Leone, West Africa, looking exceedingly well, a few days ago. The death occurred, on Tuesday week, of Mr John Morgan (late of Caeglas, farm). Deceased leaves a widow and three grown-up children to mourn their loss. The funeral took place at Tynycoed on Satur- day. Sympathy is felt with the relatives of Mrs Sarah D. Phillips (widow of the late Mr David R. Phillips, Phoenix Shop, Lower Cwmtwrch), who passed away on the 17th inst. Her husband predeceased her only a short time ago, and her remains were laid to rest at Ystrad- gynlais Churchyard on Thursday. While going up the School Hill with a motor-wagon of goods, on Wednesday, Mr W. Hareourt Griffiths (son of Mr T. J. Griffiths) was injured by being crushed between a wall and the vehicle. Dr. Nelson wa", soon on the spot and found, on examination, that Griffiths had received a contusion of his foot. He is, how- ever, making good progress towards recovery. The death took place at Glynmeurig farm (Lower Cwmtwrch), on Thursday, of Mr Rhys Williams, after a long and painful illness. Deceased was 76 years. of age. and had served for many years as a member of Ystrad- gynlais Rural Council and Pontardawe Beard of Guard- ians. He took an active interest in local affairs, was an authority on antiquities, and was highly respected.

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