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Mr. David Lewis, of Gwynfe,

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AV H I T LAN D FUNERAL OF MRS DAVIES, WAUNGRON.— Mrs Davies, ^Vaungron, AVhitland, who was paralised on Sunday night, 13th inst, as she was retiring to rest, died on Thursday afternoon, 17th inst, without having recovered consciousness, though Dr Creswick Williams had rendered every possible assistance. Deceased was 72 years of age, and has brought up a very large family, who are all living, her death being the first that has occurred in the family; although they had been married for 52 years. The funeral took place on Monday at Bethania Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Whitland, of which denomination she had been a faithful member from an early age, her life having been spent at St. Clears up to about 10 years ago. when she removed to Waungron. The deceased and the family which are verv numerous in the Whitland aud St. Clears district are highly respected, so there was an exceedingly large fuueral, a great portion of which was made up of her old friends at St. Clears. The Rev J. Davies, AVhitland, officiated at the house and preached at the chapel, where Mr D. Evans, Whitland, introduced, and the Rev D Jones, Whitland, performed the ceremony at the grave. FUNERAL or MRS GARRETT.—AVe regret to announce the death of Mrs Garrett, late of Alltybilly, AA hitland, who died on Friday, at Arelfrey-road, AAThitland, after about three weeks illness, at the ripe old age of 72 ynars. She retired from the farm some years ago, and until recently had enjoyed exceedingly good health. She had been a hard worker b throughout her life, and was one ot the founders of the Calvinistic Methodists cause at AN-hitlaiid. She remained a faithful member of that body to the end, and was always ready to assist the cause from the .start. The iniennent took place on Tuesday at Lampeter Velfrey Churchyard, where the Rev D. E. Williams and the curate (Rev D. R. L. Price officiated. The Rev J. Davies, Whitland, officiated at the house. There was a large funeral, considering the distance. Deceased was highly respected.

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Revolting Cruelty at Clarbestoii…

Mr. Gladstone.

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