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BURRYPORT. I The Rev. J. W. Hughes, B.A., curate of St. Mary's Church, Burryport, was gold Hitlt I watch and wad of Treasuty notes on his departure for active service as a chaplain. Mr. Ivor Stephens, son of Mrs. Ann Stephens, Pencoed road, Burryport, passed away on Tuesday. He was only 21 years of age. The remains of the late Mr. Edwin Hare were laid to rest at Pembrey Parish Church. The Rev. J. H. Reee officiated at the house, and the Rev. John Williams (curate) at the church and graveside. The cuckoo was heard at Burryport on Saturday morning. On Sunday morning flames were seen issuing from the back kitchen of Spring- field House, Burryport. the residence of Sergt. W. Thomas. Had it not been for the efforts of Enoch Davies and others, the house would have been burnt out. Happily, the fire was got under with small damage. On Monday evening an united prayer meeting followed by an united Com- munion service in connection with the Wesleyan Baptist and English Congrega- tional churches, Burryport, was held at the English Congregational Church. The Eev. D. J. Thomas presided, and also administered Holy Communion. Special hymns were surig under the leadership of Mr. D. H. Pugh, while Miss L. M. Evans presided at the organ, At Carmel Church, a rehearsal of the Welsh Congregational Church, Burry- port, was held. There was a splendid I muster of choristers. The conductor was Mr. David Davies (Jerusalem Church) Mr. Llewellyn Davies, Carmel, accom- panied. The mortal remains of the late Mr. Edgar Williams, youngest son of Mr. Richard Williams, New-street, were laid I to rest at Jerusalem Chapel Graveyard. The Revs. D. J. Thomas and R. E. Wil- liams officinted. The twin brother, Sergt. Williams, was killed in France a few months afo. On Wednesday evening, a public meet- ing, under the auspices of the local Trades and Labour Council, was held at the Boys' School, when an address on Labour's Future was delivered by Mr. T. C. Mor- ris (Tetrad Rhondda). Notwithstanding the strike of teachers, the Burryport Schools were open on Wed- nesday.

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