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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD ENQUIRY.

SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY.

MESSRS SAMUEL ALLSOPP A liD…

CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON-

THE RETENTION OF THE COLLEGE

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THE COMING SEASON.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

DEATH OF MR CARESWELL.

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DEATH OF MR CARESWELL. The announcement of the death of Mr Careswel], Alfred-place, will be received with sincere re- gret by a large circle of his friends in tjhis town and throughout this and the neighbouring counties. It took place, after a comparatively short illness, at his residence on Saturday afternoon. The deceased had been a traveller representing the firm of Messrs Alfsopp & Sens for about nineteen years, and only a few months ago he was superannuated with a liberal allowaoee. He WitS highly respeeied by his firm, whom he faithfully served, his customers, and all with whom he came in contact. He was in the 72od year of his age, and it is said that death was accelerated by an accident which befel him while on a visit to some friends at Kerry, Montgomeryshire, He and another person were in. the act of descend- ing a flight of stairs, when both of them fell, and Mr Careswell had the misfortune to disclose his thumb, and also received some injury to his head. His funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, when, notwithst ndmg the inclement weather, his remains were. follnwetl to the grave by a large num- ber of friends. At tde hoase, the Rev J. H. Davies officiated, and tlu choir of St Michael's church sang a suitable hymn. AlWward* the procession moved to St Michu»Ts churahyard, where his remains were interred in the family vault of Mr Ravenhill, the two families beiLu related by marriage. The Rev J. H. Davies again officiated.

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