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I Builth Wells Prize Day.…

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TALGARTH. 1 There wa- an excellent exhibit of fat and store cattle I on sale at the Mart on Tuesday. In view of the food shortage, the local grocers have met and appointed Mr J. Parry as their secretary to attend the Food Control Committete on their behalf. Lamb- have net been so early in this district this year as i.s usual. but this week there are a few groups, apparently good healthy lambs, but nothing like as plentiful as in former years. Pte. Chas. Williams, Transport Section. S.W.B. (Wern Farm) is home on 14 days' leave from France. Pte. Williams was. in action at Messines Ridge, where he had some thrilling experiences. He was also at Cambrai. The funeral of the late Mr E. LI. Morgan, No. 4. Church Row, took place on the 6th Feb. at the parish churchyard. A large number of relatives and friends came to pay their last respect to the deceased. The mourners were Mrs Morgan (wife). Mrs Williams, Neath (daughter) and Miss Doris Morgan (daughter). Pte. LI. Morgan, S.W.B. (.son) was unable to attend, owing to being on service in India, and, also, the son- in-law, owing to being on service in France. Mr W. Morgan (brother), Mr and Mrs Price, Elan Valley (sis- ter and brother-in-law), Messrs. E. and J. Price (nep- hews). Misses M. and J. Price, Rhayader (nieces). Mrs Df.vies, Talgarth (si '-ter-in-law). Mr W. Davies (nephew), Miss M. Davies (niece), Mr D. Price. Knighton (brother- in-law), Mr L1. Perry, Knighton (brother-in-law), and Mr A. Hardwick. A shcrt service was conducted at the house by the Rev. D. Williams (vicar). The bear- ers were Messrs. H. Harper, R. Davies. J. Hope and D. Watkins (all of the Cambrian Railways Co.). The oak coffin, with brass fittings.. was supplied by Mr S. Davies. Floral wreaths and tributes were sent by relatives and friends.

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