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THE LATE MR W. R. M. WYNNE. The funeral of Mr W. R. M. Wynne, of Pen- iartih, took place yesterday week in the family vault at Llanegryn, near Towyn. The body was carried to the church by tenants of the estate. The Dean of Bangor officiated. The chief mourner was Mrs Wynne, with whom was Mrs Price of Rhiwlas, and Captain Philipson (nephew). Amongst those present were Lord Harlech, Lord Kenyon, and a great number of personal friends, county magistrates, and offi- cials. A memorial service for Mr Wynne, who was formerly in the Scots Guards, was held in the afternoon at the Guards' Chapel, Wellington Barracks, the Rev. Arnold White, Chaplain to the Forces, officiating. The choir was formed of the drummers of the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the Scots Guards, and the instrumental music was played by the band of the regiment, under the conductorship of Mr Woods, the bandmaster. Chopin's "Marche Funebre" was played at the opening of the service, and the "Dead March" from "Saul" was played in place of the commit- tal prayer. The hymns were "Sleep on, beloved" and "Peace, perfect peace." The congregation included Viscountess Parker, Lady Cunliffe, Maior-General and Mrs R. Owen Jones, Sir Wil- liam Bennett, Mr T. F. Halsey, Mr Walter Hal- sey, Colonel Lynes, Mr and Mrs Thruston, Mrs C. A. Thruston and the Misses Thruston, the Rev. C. E. S. Rat- oliffe, Mrs Alfred Hughes, Mr Samuel Bird, Mrs and Miss Pugh, Mr and Mrs Toner, Mr Lloyd Edwards, Mr Seymour Ormsby-Gore, Captain Payne, Quartermaster Sibary, Mrs Gowland, Mr F. J. Walton, Mr Dorrien-Smith, Dr. Des Voeux, Captain Robin Price, Mrs Wynne Finch, Miss Williams, and Dr. Menzies.

THE LATE MR. YALE JOINES-PARRY.

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