Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

16 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

Up and Down the Valley.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

Up and Down the Valley. MOUNTAIN ASH. JAY'S furniture is worth placing iD J?1" best rooms. A KFLALLOTS —Allen's. I'frwd Crescent. J ^mtain Ash.. WITH THEIR JACKETS ON—tins |s Hot about potatoes, but about the ladies who looked smart after going to Ted Mae's. ^CNERAL. — The interment of 'thur John, the 9 vear old son of Air Mrs Lvon, 30 Phillip Street, who 'M in Cardiff Infirmary last week, ^'°k place in Caegarw Cemetery on aturday, the Vicar officiating. The ?1(nirners were: The parents; Mrs. G. tYons, aunt, and Mrs. P. D. Jones, r"bveteen schoolmates of the deceased °.v also followed, each carrying a pos,\ flowers. The funeral arrangements carried out bv Mr. Frank Mills. WELCOME VISITORS.— A.B. sea- man Herbert Hill, Royal Naval Divi- son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hill, ^I'skin, is lying seriously wounded at "tirchlev Hospital, Birmingham He 1(J(eived a surprise visit, though none tile less welcome, from a Mount lady !nd gentleman. He is progressing fapidlv and was able to sit up and chat *0'- a 'loner time. When handed a "ttie parcel of fags he was grateful, *aying that the men really considered 1(1 in medicine of the best kind- SAVED BY 'ABERDARE LEAD EH. ^~An interesting letter has been ro~ f'^ived bv Mrs. Ginks. Cefnpennar, trom '!ei' son' Pte. Geo. Henry Ginks, 13th "lissa who is out fighting in Meso- potanira.' He writes that he was out skirmishing after Turks when he was struck bv two bullets, which penetrated hI: haversack and also two Aberdare Traders onlv received the morning be- fove. The bullets, lie thinks, spent their force passing through the thick- nesses of the folded papers. GmliS father is in the A.S.C. in France. SAILOR PRESENTED.—The week. ly smoker at the Jeffreys Arms Hotel was to honour A.B. Seaman Edwin Ashford. of H.M.S. Leander. Mr. 'W. Jenkins (Eos Pennar) presided, and I Mr. Mog Morgans, on behalf of the Welcome Fund, presented the gallant sailor with a treasury note. Replying, he spoke in high terms of the boys at home who were getting up these functions. He was deeply grateful, as it showed that they were not for- gotten by their pals. The artistes I were Messrs. Tom Walton, Tommy Morris, John Williams, Mog Morgans, David Powell, in. Jenkins, George] Anthony. John Powell and John Web- her. -Mr. Walton sang the National Anthem. DEATH OF OLD RESIDENT.—The death took place at Doncaster last Thursday of Airs. Bevan, widow of the late George Bevan, sometime overman at Cwmpennar Colliery. Deceased had resided in Mountain Ash for many years, and was 82 years of age. The interment took place in Cae«-arw Cemetery on Tuesday, Rev. Ernest Smith officiating. The mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. Pickering, daughter, and j Mr. b. Bevan Pickering, grandson; Sergt. and Mrs. Dobbs, Pontypool; Air] land Mrs. Nicholas, Maesycwmmer; | Miss Jones, Pontlottyn Mr." and Mrs. Cross Keys; Mr. and -Ili-s. J. "Williams, Pontypool; Air. Edwin hams, Mountain Ash, nephew; Air.! Gwilym Williams, Air. Pritchard and Mrs. Burton, Pontnewvnvdd; Mrs. and M iss Nelson and Mr. Rogers. Ponty- ])ool. Mr. Frank Mills was the under-j taker, YTil* MAY' DEPEND upon Ted Mac. He employs skilled Trade Ujiion tailors. INTERMENT.—The funeral of Mr. D. S. Lewis, Glancynon Hotel, took place at Lhintabon Cemetery on Fri- day. Prior to leaving Mountain Ash there was a short service held at the, house, conducted by the Vicar. At j the graveside the Rev. C. L. Simmonds officiated. The mourners were The widow. Mr. S. Lewis and Mr. David Lewis, sons; Mrs. Edmunds, Barry, sister; Mr. and Airs. Da vies, Barry, nephew and niece; Mr John Rowlands, brother-in-law; Mr. Charles Rowlands,: brother-in-law; Mr. T. Lewis, Nelson, brother-in-law; Airs. Miles, Nelson, and Mrs. Pugh, Nelson, nieces; Mr. T. j Clayton. Lantrisant, nephew; Mrs. Howells, Mrs. Babbage, Whitciiurch, niece; Mr. T. Thomas, Newport, j cousin Mr. C. i >ewis and Mr. J.J Rowlands, Nelson, nephews. Floral tributes were received from: Mamma and the hoys; Catherine and girls, sister, Harry: Mrs. David Thomas, Primrose Hill, cousin; H. and M. Ed- munds, Harry, nephew; Hros. John and Charles and Mrs. Rowlands; Jenuy and Rachel, nieces; Mr. ilnd Mrs. R. Clayton and family, 'AYhit-| church; Mr. and Mrs. T. Lewis, Net- son. brother-in-law; Tom and Addie j Llantrisant. nephew; the Staff Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Edwards, Llantwit Vardre; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Ed- munds. Mr. and Airs. Beddoe, Thorn Hotel; Messrs Nixon's Navigation smiths and boiler makers; Mountain Ash Licensed Victuallers' Association; Bros. Sirdar Lodge, R.A.O.B., Jeffreys Anus; Kly Brewery Co. Among the general public attending were noticed: Messrs Tom Netherway, Tom Richards, D. T. Kvans, Joe Reynolds. Phil Davies. E. H. McGregor' C. Merrit, J. Gough. Fred Burgess, Frank Mills, D. W. ^Richards. John Reynolds, C. Rowlands. W. Watkins, Rees Thomas, H. Williams. D. D. Gordon. Jenidn Williams. C. Fussell, J. E. Davies, O. 'Hed<loe, Tom Rees. Aberdare; John Hees Aberdare: E. Edwards, Llantwit Fardre; Jenkins, D. W. Howell, C. Jago, Morgan Edmunds, Mog Wil- liams. David Morgan, Harry John, A. W. Oxcnhnm, Willie Davies, W illie Gough. Lpwis (moulder). — Crihh, W. Millar. G. W. Mills, F. J. Mills, Dr. McGliie. Gwilym Jones. J. R. Harris. Horatio Evans, G. Evans, H. W. Long. Tom Hill, \Yilliam Davies (Quarry), Paul Bracc-hi, 1. Jones. Tom Thomas. W. L. Herbert, Hy. Beer. C. Lewis. The funeral nr- rangements were earned out by Mr. Frank Mills.

I ______ I LOWER COAL OUTPUT.

MERTHYR CUARDIANS' FINANCES

[No title]

Advertising

-.-_-----__-------------.----ABERDARE…

PENRHI WCEIBER.I

MMHnBHHMBir]-TTirriTTrnr»»HnTirinnMiiTrMBri…

ABERCYNON.

YNYSYBWL.

EMPIRE THEATRE, MOUNTAIN ASH.…

PENRHIWCEIBER VESTRY.

Family Notices

wmmmtBmmmmammmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmm…

i ABERDARE APPEAL ALLOWED.

Advertising