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ABERCANAID. OBITUARY.—Mr. Ben Davies, landlord of the Colliers' Arms, Abercanaid, was buried last week, at Aberfan cemetery. Deceased had resided in Abercanaid for many years. He was a native of Troedyrhiw, and leaves a widow and grown-up children. EASTER VESTRY MEETING.—At the annual, vestry meeting at St. Peter's Church, the following appointments were. made :—Mr. N. F. Hankey, vicar's warden; Mr. Thomas Brown, re-elected as people's warden; Messrs. C. M. Green,*Tom Hooper (Pentrebach) were elected sidesmen. The Church is at present in a flourish- ing state. VILLAGE Lrr BY GAS.—For many years Aber- canaid was without any street lighting. Paraffin lamps were first introduced, and a few years later electric light was introduced, being supplied from the EMPs Plymouth Company. Abercanaid. was one of the first villages in the United Kingdom to be lighted, by electricity. At the end of March gas. was introduced, and the inhabitants are enjoying plenty of light, the lamps now in use being of an up-to-date kind. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.—The anniversary services in connection with the Demi Baptist Chapel, took place on Sunday and Monday last. The Rev. W. Rowland Jones, Tabernacle, Merthyr, and the Rev. David Davies, Blaen- gwynfi, officiated. The Rev. David Davies is the son of Mr. John Davies, senior deacon of Demi Chapel. There were large congregations and the preaching was of a very high order. The singing was excellent, under the conductorship of Mr. Ben Davies, the precentor. Mr. D. W. Jones was organist and gave-some fine selections of music during the services. Collections were fairly good, considering the unsettled state of the coal trade. -=

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