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WMllaiid I? ami District Council.

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BRYNA M MAN.

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T A LLEY. ) Two FUNERALS took p¡c.;J here, which, from the personages who died, and the suddenness of their removal, have caused profound sorrow. One ) was Morgan John Morgan, son of Mr John Morgan, Rose Cottage, Talley. He was in school a week bv-fore the day he died. Of him it could be safely said ho was the pot of the village he had a laugh for everyoMo. He was only ngeu 11 years. The I school children all altcsded his funeral. The other was Mr Daniel Davie?, Gorsgrhwroii. He had ) hurried from his work to aitend t',lo first meeting I of the Parish ( caught a chill, developing ) into an illness which terminated fntally. He was a staunch Churchman and Con-,I-vitive never ) ashamed to own the fact, nor afraid to do baWe for his opinions. Ilis loss will be sorely felt. The Vicar (Rev J. II. Lloyd, )1.A.) officiated on both occaeions. OF .m opposite nature is the news that Mr R. Peel Price, son of Mr D. Long Prioc, Talley House, has been appointed deputy-treasurer for the county by the County Council. His numerous frieudt in Talley and neighbourhood are proud of his elevation, j as he oooies of an old established and respected family in the place. PiiiNTixa of every dpscription executed at the "Reporter" Office ac Cheap Rates. Send lor Prices. j CAUMARTHICN Printed and Published by the Pro- prietress, M. LAWRENCE, aft her Offices, 8, Blue- T Bbreet, FHIDAX, May 1st, 1890. I