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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES.

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. QUEEN'S FERRY.

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QUEEN'S FERRY. SUDDEN DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.—It is with regret that we chronicle the very sudden death of Mrs. Hughes, wife of Mr. George Hughes, Albion Villas, at the age of 72 years. The deceased lady had been in an indifferent state of health for some time, and on Monday afternoon, when visited by her medical attendant (Dr. Purdon) she seemed in good spirits, and was feeling better. Shortly after- wards Mrs. Hughes went out into the garden, and upon returning expired almost immedi- ately. It is believed the cause of death was old age and decay. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Hughes, who is an old resident, in his sudden bereavement.

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