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PORTMADOC URBAN COUNCIL I

LORD PENRHYN'S MEMORIAL

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EXPLOSION IN SCHOOL

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ELECTION OF COMMITTEES.

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UNEMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE.

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Penrhyndeudraeth QUARRY MANAGER'S DEATH.—The death took place suddenly on Sunday of Mr. William Charles Logan, Hendre, manager for the Votty and Bowydd Quarry Company, Fes- tiniog. The funeral took place on Tuesday at Penrhyn" Churchyard, it being held with full Masonic rites. The funeral was private, and was confined to relatives, intimate^ friends and Freemasons. There was an excepionally large attendance of Masonic brethren, deceased hold- ing high offices in the brotherhood, and being held in great esteem and regard by the brethren. The service at the church was taken by the Rev. J. Hughes, vicar of Penrhyn, and by th* Rev. Edmund O. Jones, of Llanidloes, the lat- ter also taking the Masonic service at the grave- side. Among the brethren present were Deputy Prov. Grand Master Edward Roberts and PTOV. j Grand Sec. Charles E. Breese, Worshipful Bro. J. E. Greaves being unavoidably absent.

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