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THE LATE MR. EDWARD DAVIES,…

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THE LATE MR. EDWARD DAVIES, LLANDINAM. VOTE OF CONDOLENCE. SPECIALLY SET FOR (He tVENINg EXPRtSH. At the annual eisteddfod at Newtown on Mon- day, Mr. Humphreys-Owen, M.P., referred in feeling terms to the death of the late Mr. Edward Davies, Llandinam. He said he felt sure he expressed the sorrow which was generally ihared in alluding to the loss which the county of Montgomery had sustained by the death of Mr. Davies. He had been associated with Mr. Davies for many years in various efforts for the benefit of the couufcy, as well as in private life, and the loss sustained by his death was very widespread. There were hundreds of people throughout Wales who would feel that they had lost a good friend, and, what was still sadder, was that they felt he had sacrificed himself to the imperious demands of the great undertakings with which he was connected. He gave to the perfecting of the great ideas which had been first conceived by his father (Mr. David Davies), not only the best years of his life, but the unstinted efforts both of his mind and body, and they might well believe that if his sense of duty had not been so keen and so imperious they still might h:-ve had him with them. He (Mr. Humphreys Owen) knew that the hearts of all present went out in sympathy to the widow and family, who had been irreparably deprived of their protector and father. A meeting of the workmen's section of the sliding-scale committee was held at the Engi- neers' Institute, Cardiff, on Tuesday morning, Mr. W. Abraham, M.P., presiding, and the other members present were: —Alderman D. Horgan (Aberdare), Messrs. T. W. Isaac. Thos. Richards. W. Beynon, A. Onions, J. Davies. Edward Thomas, D. Morgan (Pontarduiais), John Thomas. David Thomas, and Lewis Miles (secre- tary).—The usual routine business was gone through. and. on the chairman's proposition, seconded hv Alderman D. Morgan (Aberdare), the following resolution was passed in silence —"Tliab we, the workmen's representatives on the sliding-scale joint com- mittee, express our profound sympathy and con- dolence with the wife and family of the late Mr. Edward Davies, Handmam, feeling that, in his deatli, Wales has sustained a national loss."

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