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SOUTH WALES MINERS.I

THE WORK OF THE TEACHER.

THE PHILIPPINES.

LATE MRS. CHARLES MATHEWS.¡

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LATE MRS. CHARLES MATHEWS. The funeral of Mrs. Charles Mathews took place on Monday. The funeral corf eye started from the residence of Mr. Charles Mathews, son of the deceased, her remains having been brought from Brighton, where she had been living of late, on SÄttnrday. The coffin, of polished pine, was covered with wreaths. The chief mourners were Mr. C. Mathews, Mrs. Mathews, and Mr. Muller and Mr. G. T. Jay, the executors. The funeral service took place at the church of St. Saviour's, Walton-street, Chelsea. Among those who were present, at the church were Sir Squire and Lady Bancroft. Sir John Robinson, Mr. Gsboti J'< bin o Mi W. If. Kendal, Mr. and Mrs. Ckment boots. Mr. Edmund Routledge, Mr. Pei I ( i'li Farquhar. Mr.MoyThomas, Mn V ilboi i 1 Mis EuJTord, Mrs. Avlnier Gi i t j h, ⢠ing. 0- Wreaths and oilier i < i il tokens of affection and esteem were sent by; among others, Sir II. and Lady De Bathe, Sir Edward Lawson, Sir George and Lady Faudel Phillips, Sir Bruce and Lady Seton, Sir Henry Irving, Sir Douglas Straight, Sir Squire and Lady Bancroft, Sir John Robinson, Sir George and Lady Lewis, Admiral and Airs. Inizgcorge, Miss Ellen Terry, Mr. J. L. Toole, Mr. and Mrs. Pinero, Miss Myra Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. John Ha r.e, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- da',Dr. and Mrs. Xiobson Ivoose, Colonel Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hal. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Orichett, Mr. and Mrs. Wilhej,m Ganz, Mr. and Mrs. George Grossmith. Mr. Augusta Spalding, Colonel Eaton, and Mrs. M.icku'oith Praed. At the close of the service the remains were taken to Woking for cremat.ion. The ashes were after- wards placed in an ,r â¢. and in an oak casket, which was depomeo in her husband's grave at Kensa'green on Ti tsdaj.

FOR LIVERPOOL CWSUMPTIYES.

THE SUGAR BOUNTIES.

TENNYSON MEMORIAL

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ACCIDENT TO A JUDGE.

HEROIC RESCUE,

CONGO TROOPS DEFEATED.

NEW ADMIRALS

.A STRANGE SIGHT.

EXECUTION AT KILKENNY.

lOOLONEL MATHIAS ON THE FIGHT…

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Vi < TH hi: STUNS illURDERER…

SIR JOHN GORST AT BRADFORD.:

RUSKIN HALL AT OXFORD.j

REFUSED A KISS.

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