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. TARVIN.

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TARVIN. SEPTUAGENARIAN'S FATAL FALL.-On Thursday Mr. T. Moore Dutton, deputy coroner, held an inquest at the George and Dragon on the body of John Dodd, 79 years of age. Mr. N. Large was foreman of the jury. On April 3rd deceased fell as he was about to retire to bed. On April 5th Dr. T. W. E. Moreton found deceased suffering from a fracture of the left thigh. Acute bronchitis and syncope, accelerated by the fall, were the cause of death. A verdict according to the medical evidence was returned. CANTATA.âAt the Public Hall on Wednesday evening a capital rendering of the sacred cantata "Esther the beautiful Queen" was given. The chorus, which was a strong one, was composed of members of the Tarvin and Kelsall tonic-sol-fa classes. The solos were taken by local members and were exceedingly well given, and the singing throughout was deserving of the greatest praise to the trainer and conductor, Mr. W. C. Jones. The Rev. T. J. Evans gave the connective reading, and Miss Sliurrock acted as accompanist. SAD I)EATII.-Last week information was received at Tarvin of the death of Mr. William Gregory, son of Mr. Charles Gregory, joiner and wheelwright. The deceased, who was but 21 years of age, was in the employment of the Man- chester Corporation, and as recently as Sunda-v week paid a visit to his relatives at Tarvin. He returned to Manchester and went to his work on Monday night, being on night work. He con- tracted a cold, and pneumonia supervened. He died at the Royal Infirmary, Manchester, 011 Sunday morning. The funeral took place at Tarvin Churchyard on Wednesday afternoon, the chief mourners being Mr. C. Gregory (father), Messrs. Joseph, J. and A. Gregory (brothers), Mrs. FeLows, Misses M. and A. Gregory (sisters), Mrs. M. E. Gregory, Wm. Gregory and N. Gregory, Mr. J. Jackson Mr. A. Jackson and Miss M. Jackson, Mr. H. Fellows, etc. The Rev. J. Rennison held a short service at the house, and the Rev. T. J. Evans officiated at the graveside. The deceased having been a member of the Loyal St. Andrew Lodge of Ancient. Shepherds, twelve members at- tended the funeral.

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