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Roadmen's Demands. I

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Cregrina Funeral.


Cregrina Funeral. THE LATE MRS. WATKINS, PENTWYN. We regret to record the death of Mrs Levia Watkin". wife of Air Thomas Watkins, Pentwyn, Cregrina, which took place suddenly on February 23rd at the advanced age of 73 year.s. The funeral took place on Thursday, 2Ntli inst., and wa.s largely attended. Prior to the interment at Rhulan an impres-ive service was held in the, house. After reading a portion of scripture, the Rev. 1). Rees, Baptist minister, Franksbridge, referred in feeling terms to the character of the deceased lady. Her kindly disposition, he said, won the hearts of her numerous friends. Her unexpected departure reminded them of their duty to honour the living and to render what service they could to them while with II". Sym- pathetic reference was made to the bereaved liu-band, who. until recently, wa.s superintendent of the Sunday school for upwards of forty years. Following the ad- dress, prayer was offered hy Rev. W. Roderick, Aber- edw, after which the hymn, ".Tesu, Lover of my oul" was sung. The funeral service at Rhulan church and graveside was conducted by the Rev. and the hymn, "There is a land of pure delight," was -ung. A large number of friends came to pay their last tri- bute of respect. The following were the chief inourners:Alt- Tiios. Watkins (husband), Mr and Irs Watkiiio, Park Farm, Hereford (daughter and son-in-law), Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Pant Farm, Rhulan (daughter and .son-in-law), Nir, Mo-r lis, Swansea- (siister), Mr and Mrs B. Watkins, Ht-re- ford (grand-daughter), Mr and Mrs D. J. Watkins, Hargest farm (granddaughter), Arnold Lloyd, Brecon (grandson), Mr and Mrs B. T. Lloyd (Brecon), Mr and Mrs Mills. Llwyn (nephew and niece), and Mr Meredith. Hundred Houfe (cousin). The undertaker was Mr Williams, Hundred House. The coffin was supplied by Mrs Evans, and was of polish- ed oak and bras-s fittings, and bore the inscription, "Levia Watkins, died February 23rd, 1918, aged 73 years. The bearers were Mr Evans (Rhos). Mr Boar (Llan- owen), Mr Mills (Llwyn) and" Mr Watkins (Hargest. A number of wreaths, were sent from the following: — "1'1 loving memory of iny dear witc" "I i loving memory of (iear mother," from Lizzie and William, Park farm. "J loving memory of dear mother," from Emily and ,lame. Pant. "I i loving memory of dear grannie," from Be.>ie, Tom. Dora, and Bell, Park farm. "l i loving memory of dear grannie," from Anpie and Danzy (Hargest). "In loving memory of dear grannie," from Tom, E!ie, (iracic and Ethel, Pant. "With ever loving remembrance of our dear gramma, OJ from all at Epynt, Jlrecon. "In loving memory," from Mr Lloyd and family, New- bridge. 964/1i:?/73

Knighton (Rural) Food Committee…


Brecon and Radnor Liberals.


^Brilley Concert. 0 .



•Cwmygaist Concert.

I" Wrong Lsa of Wheat.