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SWANSEA SCHOOLMISTRESSI LAID…

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SWANSEA SCHOOLMISTRESS I LAID TO REST. LATE MRS. ROWLAND RICHARDS BURIED AT MUMBLES. Amid every manifestation of respectful sympathy, the mortal remains of Mrs. Rich- ards, headmistress of Dyfatty Infants' School, and wife of Mr. Rowland Richards, headmaster of the same school, were on Wednesday afternoon conveyed from her re- sidence, Mansel-street, Swansea, to Mumbles Cemetery. A large crowd that had gathered around the hou&e included many of Mrs. Richards' sohopl children from the Infant School. They did not, however, go to the Mumbles. The scene was very affecting. Among those wno attended were nearly the whole of the headmasters and headmis- tresses of Swansea schools, also Mr. A. W. Halden (borough schools clerk), Mr. and Mrs. John Roberta, Alderman Griffiths, Messrs. Gwilym Morgan (ex-mayor), Morgan Jones, Wakefield (science master), and others. Preceding the hearse was a brougham. which contained Rev. Evan Jenkins (who conducted the funeral service at the Mum- bles Cemetery Chapel), Rev. W. Jenkins, M.A., who officiated at the graveside, and Mr. J. B. Pritchard, Oxford-street, who had the arrangements for the funeral; being as- sisted by Mr. Marles. following the hearse was, first of all, a mourning coach laden with wreaths, which had been cent by the followingLittle scholars of Dyfatty Infants' School staff; scholars of Dyfatty Boys' School staif; scholars of Dyfatty Girls' School; Miss Harris and staif of Girls' School; head teachers of the Swansea Council Schools; staff of St. Ihomas Girls' School; directors and officers of the 7th and 8th Swansea Liberal Building Societies; Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Williams; Madam Grind a; Mr. W. and Miss Thomas, Brynmill; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Jones; Mrs. bpicer and Miss c. Powell, Bristol; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adams; Mr. John Griffiths; Mr. Brin and Miss Perriman Mr. and Mrs. James Jen- kin; Mr. and Mrs. P. Clement and family; Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and Muriel; Misses T. and M. WiUiMns; Mrs. Morgan; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jenkins; MTS. Grif- fiths, aod Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Miss Louie Harvey; Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams, Ethel and Marion. Mourners were:—First carriage, Mr. T. Rowland Richards (son), Misses Minnie and Annie Richards (daughters), Mr. H. John (nephew), and Miss Annie John (mece). Second carriage Mr. W. Hogg (brother), Mrs. Davies (sister), Rev., W. Lewis and Mrs. Lewis (sister and brother-in-law), Messrs. W. and J. A. "ohn (nephews). Third carriage: Mr. and Mrs. Magrath, Mrs. H. John, Mr. D. W. Thomas (Bristol), W. lsaiPC6

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SOYAL CAMBRIAN INSTITTTION…

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SWANSEA ASYLUM PROBLEM.

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