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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER S3, 1995.j…

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SKETTY HOUSE: RANSACKED,

ARRESTS BY THE BARRY POUCE.

SUNDAY CARD PLAYERS.

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THE KING'S SCOTCH ViSIT.

Football Accident. I -8

SUICIDE AT ABERAMAN. -----

SUNK IN SUEZ CANAL.

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I Late Mr Louis Tylor. .

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Late Mr Louis Tylor. FUNERAL AT REIGATE. The funeral of the late Mr Lonia Tylor took place very quietly at Retgate Cemetery 011 Tues- day afternoon, the ceremony being impressively conducted by Rev. P. Ã. Davies, vicar. The body was enolosed in a polished oak coffin, with brass fittings, There were only two members of the family at home. Amongst the followers were Messrs Dryden Lewis, managing director Lewis and Tylor, Ltd., Cardiff Major Evan -Tone!. Shipping World Miss C. Lynch Blosse, Llandaff; Sir JohnT. Llewelyn, president; Mr F. G. P. NelMon, actnary; and Mr Evan Owen, J.P., secretary of the Miners' Provident Fund and aid Mr G. L. Carfcpbell, secretary of the Central association tor dealing with distress closed by mining accidents. Mr J, Boyd Harvey (North's Navigation Collieries) and a number of members of tbo board of management of the fnnd sent expisisious of tbe deepest sympathy and condo- lence and regretting tbeii; inability to attend. Amongst tbe wreafbs WlliI one from the officers and members of tbe board of managemfent of tbe Monmouthsbire and South Walei Miners' Provident Socioty. It bore the message- Witli deep, profonnd sorrow,withkeenand appreciative remembrances of valuable and unselfish services rendered for over a quarter of tv centnry to ancoonr the widows and orphans, and to alleviate the sufferings of injured, infirm, and aged minate. Well done, tboa good and faithful servant.' Wreaths were wiso tent from the Savage Club, Sir William Lewis and family, Mrs Alfred and Miss Harris, Mrs Butlt>r and family, Mrs and Miss Eastwood, Mrs and Miss Bryan Donkin: Miss Ethel llmlbatt. Mr and fills John Tiudsll, Mr Dryden Lewis, Mr and Mrs Woods, &o.. &e. I The incBiiption on the bieagtplaie of the coffin was Louis Tylov. Boru 30th Jan., 1837 died 14th Sept., 1905." The chief mourners pie"ent were Miss Tylor, Mr M»x F. Tylor, and Mm M. B. Wisbech (children of the deoeaaed), Mr William Henry Tylor, of Hove, and Professor aud Mra-.EI. Bv Tylor, Oxford (brothers and sister-iii-law), Miss Bailey, Seaford (sister-in-law), Mr (jhailsB William, Miss and Miss Dorothy Moggridge, Hampstead Mr W. B. Cbealc, M.D., London Dr. Ogle (medical attendant), Nurse Hodges, and Nurse G. Wood. Arrorgst others who regretted inability to attend were Mr Loiiin E. Tvlor and wife, Mr Walter P. Tylor and wife, and Mies Sylvia Tylor, children of the deceased, v ho were away fiom homo Mrs Max Tylor, ftlrs and Miss Tylor, Kensitigton Mrs and Nlis3 Eastwood, Seaford Mr und Mis John Tindall, Sidmoutb Mr and Mrs Sidney Morse, Kensing- toa Dr. C. T. Vachell, Cardiff and Miss ilurl- balt, Bedfotd College, London. I

ACTRESS AND THE POLICE.

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A Splendid Exhibition.

HUNTERS.

HACKS OR nJDING HORSES.

HEAVY HORSES.

THE JUMPING.

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