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ROWTON FUNERAL OF MR. W. CAWLEY.âThe re- mains of the late Mr. William Cawley, of Rowton, were interred at the parish church of Coddington, last week. After a short service at Brook Lodge, the late residence of the deceased, the funeral cortege left for Coddington at half-paet twelve. In the first carriage were: Mr. John Cawley (brother) and his daughter, and two nieces (daughters of the late Mr. Thomas Cawleiy) in the seoond, Mr. Arthur and Mr. Robert Cawley (nephews), and Mr. and Miss Hughes (brother-in- law and sister-in-law); in the third, the Rev. L. Garnett (rector of Christleton), Messrs. John Roberts (Warrington), and R. Salmon (Row- ton), trustees; and in the fourth, Mr. F.'A. Jowett (Liverpool), Mr. T. Butler, Mr. J. H. Salmon and Mr. Charles Higginbottom (Warrington), repre- senting Messrs. Arthur Waring and Company, s c Ltd. Dr. Roberts, deceased's medical attendant, also attended, and several private carriages joined the cortege. At the church were Messrs. Richard Brassey, Richard Cooper, Thomas Cawley (Tar- porley), George Penk, T. Spencer Hand'iey, T. Walker (Russia Hall), R. Mullach, R. P. Whalley and John Johnson. The service was very im- pressively conducted by the Rev. Canon Rovds, rector of Coddington, assisted by the Rev. D. Mannal, M.A. Wreaths were sent by Mr. and Mrs. Brassey, Mr. Cooper, Mr. John Cawley and family, Mrs. Royds, Mrs. W. Cawley, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Salmon and family, the Rev. D. and Mrs. Mannal, M.A., Mrs. T. Cawley and family, Messrs. Arthur Waring and Company, Ltd., Miss Ellen Evans and others.

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