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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

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AIR I. F. WALUS HA WS. J Tho death occurred on Monday, at Aber, of Mr J. F. Wallis Haws, F.R.M.S., F.C.S. He was a native of Suffolkshire, and camo to Aber last year from Liverpool, a.nd was engaged as Research Chemist to Aberfalls, Ltd., Aber. Ho waa a member of several learned societies, and was extreme)y popular amongst a large circle of was extremNeoly rtEaiei and Liverpool. The body was taken from Aber to Liverpool for interment on Wednesday morning. A short service was held at the house by tho Rev. W. B. Hughes, curate of Llanfairfechan, and was at- tended by a number of the deceased gentleman's friends. Among those present were: Miss Wallis, Liverpool; Mr G. V. Wall, WTcst Kirby (director of Aberfalls, Ltd.); Messrs Ward and Griffiths, Llanfairfechan (representing R.A.O.B., of which Order deceased waa a mem- ber); Mesars McMaster, Ashworth, and Jones, of Aber, who were colleagues of deceased. The coffin was borne to the station by the foremen of Aberfalls, Ltd., and general signs of mourning were evident in the locality.

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 »DEATH OF) IMR. K. J. EDWARDS,…

I THE VERNEY REPORT.

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I »DEATH OF) IMR. K. J. EDWARDS,…