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WAS POPULAR AT PONTARDULAIS. After a short illness, the death took place of one of the most highly respected, popular and best-known inhabitants of Pontardulais in the person of Mr. John Bevan, Wernbwll, at the advanced age of 76. He had served, for 27 vears as stationmaster at Bynea Sta- tion. G.W.R. After being pensioned off Leo acted for several years as outside manager at the Mountain Colliery, Gbrseinon. He leaves a widow, one eon (Mr. T. J Bevan, signalman), two manned daughters, one bro- ther (who is the proprietor of the Halfway, Llaneily), and Mrs. Thomas, Brvnesi, Hendy. The funeral took place on Thurs- day at Trinity (Wesleyan) graveyard. The cortege was very large, and many ministers i took part in the service. Many wreaths) were sent. )

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