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DEATH OF m THOMAS PHILLIPS…

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DEATH OF m THOMAS PHILLIPS PONTYPRIDD. It is our melancholy duty to have to record the death of Mr Thomas Phillips, The Avenue, Pontypridd, which sad event occurred on Thurs- day morning. The late gentleman, who was 6'i years of age, had been ailing for some years, and was confined to his bed during the last cure weeks. The cause of death was septicemic and exhaustion. He was for a number of years engaged in business at Tonypandy, and on his retirement, three years ago came to reside at Pontypridd. Much sympathy is felt with Mrs Philips, the bereaved widow, as well as the children—Mr Edgar Phillips, Aberdare; Mr T. x5. Phillips, Brighton (fcrrYi^rlv se^fetnrv to Mr w Hood); Mrs T. D. John, Dinas Schools, Mr Percy S. Phillips, fcrmerlv sub-editor o. the "Free Press." The funeral,* which will be private will Probably tak- nlpr; cn JkTondav a: -.e-Jriuu Coortcry. i

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