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Menal Bridge District Council.

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BANGOR

IMR W. H. PREECE.

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MR W. H. PREECE. Mr W. H. Preece has already selected his last resting-place, and it is in 'a quiet nook in a Welsh ceroeterv. The other "night the distinguished electrician was presiding over the annual dinner of the old hovs of King's College School. Mr Henniker Heaton, proposing Mr Preece's health, said'that he believed Mr Preece's remains would find a resting place in Westminster Abbev. But Mr Preese later on said "No" to this. "I look forwad to the day." he said, "when my bones will be laid in 3, beautiful little ceme- tery in Wales within tlw sound of the roar of the sea. I amva Welshman to the hack- bone, and I lock forward to the day when, instead of renting with discomfort in the old pile, the New Zealander will locate my bones in a pretty Welsh churchyard."

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