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--MERTHYR.

A TREHARRIS BANKRUPT.

SUNDAY TRADING AT MERTHYR.

DOWLAIS.

MERTHYR SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION

THE SUNDAY CLOSING QUESTION.

FUNERAL OF AN OLD MISKIN RESIDENT.

Correspondence.

FUNERAL OF THE LATE LADY CHARLOTTE…

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FUNERAL OF THE LATE LADY CHARLOTTE SCHREIBER. The funeral of Lady Charlotte Schreiber took pla^p at Canford Churchyard on i riday afternoon, and wan largely attended by the heads of departments on the Canford Estate and workmen. The arrangement* were kept very private. Consequently, the mourners consisted almost entirely of members of the Guess family. The sons of the dec-cased present were Loid Wimborne, Mr. Merthyr Guest, and Mr. Arthur Guest, and the daughters present were Mrs. Ducane, Mrs. Eliot, Mrs. Ponsonby, and Mrs. Alderson, while there were also in attendance the Marquess of Huntly and the Hon. Ivor Guest. The remains were interred in the newly-consecrated ground, situated about a quarter-of-a-mile from the cemetery, where the remains of the deceased's second husband rest. Th- service was conducted by Canon Alderson, son-in-law assisted by the Revs. Reginald Fawkes, vicar and Clifford Hawkes, curate, Broadstone. The remains were enclosed in a polished elm coffin with blaek furniture. The inscription on the coffin was-" Ladv Charlotte Elizabeth Schreiber, born May 19 1812 died January 15, 1895." Among the wreaths was one from the cabmen of the Langham Shelter. London.

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