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THE CHURCHES.

MANCHESTER REJECTS FREE TRADE

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I THE WELSH CHURCH.I

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SAND BLOCKS RAILWAY AT BARMOUTH.

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MR ABRAHAM FOULKES, ABERGELE.

REV. D. J. JAMES. I

AIR I. F. WALUS HA WS. J

i MRS LUXMOORE, ST. ASzlpll.I

FUNERAL OF "ALAFOX."1

PAPER, AND PAPER-MAKING MATERIALS.

RHEUMATISM-KIDNEY . TROUBLE

IMEDITERRANEAN FORCE.

ICapt KENNETH REES HABERSHON

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I Capt KENNETH REES HABERSHON I KILLED IN ACTION. News has been received that Captain Kenneth Rees Habershon, second son of the lato Dr. Habershon, of Harley-street. London, and of Mrs Ilabershon, London, and grandson of Mrs R. Daviea, Treborfch Hall, near Bangor, has been killed in France. Captain Habershon, who was 26 years of age, was in Winnipeg at the outbreak of the war, and, returning home, he joined the Rifle Brigade. He was quickly promoted, and iri January, 1915. waa appointed captain in the 12th Battalion ot the Rifle Brigade. He was edtica-te-d at Wine-heater School, where he was a member of the cricket team. and at New College, Oxford. His elder brother. Captain Cyril Habershon, was wounded in the Dardanelles landing, and his younger brother is a captain of tho regiment, now in Egypt.

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I »DEATH OF) IMR. K. J. EDWARDS,…

I THE VERNEY REPORT.

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I »DEATH OF) IMR. K. J. EDWARDS,…