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Up and Down the Vallej. HIR WAIN. th^t {■ PADr>ocK: wishes to announce in p, ^as now opened a branch shop ■DafV Street with a fine selection of S^/3' lavatories, Gasfittings, and all r» .ary Goods, and where ail orders fer P?*??' etc-» may be sent. L>, '), Backache, cured by Pi'1110 Banishers. Successful Kidney at last. In bottles, Is. from .Reynolds, Chemist, Hirwuin DEATH AND INTERMENT. On r>Q nfSf^a^' after a brief illness, there ^sed away at the age of fifteen years rn< Johnson, the youngest son Cv V,UH^ Airs. Richard -Johnson, of lo I ,n°n .rl'eri'ace. Deceased was very popu- ai in the vill.^e, and his death will be .inented by many His remains were ]. ''rr,,f' at Brvngar Cemetery on Sunday J1 > this being' the first interment on a "iulay at the New Cemetery. The L1.,0"1' was headed bv the school- joildren. The Revs. E. AVem Williams J{. Dewi Williams. B.A.. Vicar, Related at the house and graveside. I, thief mourners were: First coach, _ather; Messrs. Morgan David Johnson, arr)Urjr ''°hnson, Evan LI. Johnson, llieh- iir. Charles .Johnson, brothers; Mr. -.lilip Carroll, Aberdare; 2nd coach, Willie and Tom Johnson, pothers: Mrs. Richards; 3rd coach, Vrrs- Morgan Jones, Mrs. J. Jones, and \v'iV Jones; 1-th coach, Mrs. Tom ■ftuliaiiis, Mrs Uriah Rees, Mrs. W. J. avjes, Hirwain; Mrs. Carroll, Aber- friends. Crosses were given by: filotitei-, sisters and brothers; \,rs- Carroll and family, Aberdare; r; and Mrs. W. Ledger .Mason, llir- wreaths from Mr. and Mrs. J. "„j 11 Fritwell, Oxford; Brothers Rich-' Charles. Morgan David, Henrv, Tom, f II e" and Eva" L1" •,ohnso" The ow ing acted as bearers: Mr. Richard avjes, postmaster; Mr. Jones, elec- j.'cian; Messrs J. Higgins, Henry Reeves, Jones, and David E. Davies. Some Belgian Refugees, who were on terms with the deceased, and áOll11elllor John Owen Geotgp were .■hong those present. VVe extend our ^r'tfelt sympathy to the bereaved Natives.

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