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I LOCAL OBITUARY MRS. ELIZABETH JONES. Ihe death occurred on Wedn-esday, kith ulv. of Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, Talbot House, The Vvenue, relict of Mr. Win..Jones, signalman. G.W.R., at the age of 57 years. Dece- -eel is survived by two daughter. with whom sympathy ie felt. The funeral took place at the iLriretery on Saturday tho Revs B Parry Griffiths and W. liar Ld- vva.d's officiating. The mourners were: Misses Mia and Blodwen Jones (da^hiei!- Mr- Morgan. Gwynfe, iJangadoclv ("f-terj, Mr. W. D. M- gtii. Llandilo (nephew); Mrs Vorgan Brvniimman (sister): Miss ilaiiHltl IIml Mr. Griff Harfheld, Port Talbot (ci,tpr- ii. law.and neph nv); Mr. J. D Howells s.nU Mrs. Bevnon, Brynamman (nejj.nvv and pl(-ce) and Mr. Clement, Port Talbot (brother-in-law). Wreaths were sent by:— Dau.ffhtcis: Mrs. W. M Penrliiw- ceibor; Miss Rees, Priory-street (irJg School: Nurse Edwards, and Mrs. Evans, The Avenue. MISS LOUISA MAUD JONES A fortnight ago we reported the deaths of ■Co!, and Mrs. Hutehms, of Clive House, Welshpool, which took place on successive davs. and we now regret to record the death of" Miss Louisa Maud Jones, the sister of Mrs Hutch ins. winch took place at Cliye House, Welsh]X)ol. on Sunday last. Miss Jones, who was 73 years of a.gv, vent to Wfl«hpool on her utsual Christmas v:sit iibout three weeks ago and contracted in- fluerza and was very ill at the time of her brother-in-laiw's and sister's death. She was the third daughter of tli late Mr. Benjamin Hall Jones of this town. who partly owned and edited the CARMARTHEN JOT.RXAL Much svmpathy is felt with her nephew and nieces, to whom she was a most kind and devoted aunt, unfailing in generosity and full of loving sympathy. The funeral took place at St. Mary's on Friday last at 2.0 o-cioc-k. the Rev. A. 1.1. Thomas offioiat.nr in church and at the C)ti leaving the church the "Dead Marcti was placed by the organist, Mr. T Maldwyn The chief mourners were:-Mir-s Sybil rtut- obinb and Mrs. Vandorgoot (ruecea) and I Mr. D'Oyly Hutchins (nephew). There vere. also present Mr. E. H. Morris, (ilivo Place, Dr. R. D. Thomas, Mr. W. Sinclair Jcnes, L.C. t'nd M Bank; and Mr. N. D. T. Wat kin, Berriew S-. Many floral tri- butes were sent.

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