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LLANBEDR (BARMOUTH).

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CYCLING ON TOWYN ROADS.

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MACHYNLLETH.

THE WILL OF THE LATE MR EDWARD…

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THE WILL OF THE LATE MR EDWARD DAVIES. The gross value of the whole of the estate has been estimated at P,1,206,311 7s lid, and the nett value of the personal estate at zCl,090,996 7s lOd of Mr Edward Davies, Plas Dinam, Llandinam, Montgomeryshire, chairman of the Ocean Colliery Company, Limited, director of the Barry Docks and Railway Company, of the Cambrian Railways Company, the Van Railway Company, the Vale of Glamorgan Railway Company, and the Middle- class Dwellings Company, Limited, who died on the 1st January, aged 45 years. Mr Davies was the only son of the late Mr David Davies, Llandinam, sometime member of Parliament for Cardigan- shire. The executor and executrix of the will, which bears date September 18, 1891, are Edward Jones, Trewythen, Llandinam, farmer, and Elizabeth Jones, Plas Dinam, formerly of Bryn- hafren, to the former of whom the testator be- queathed X250 a year during the continuance of the trust. The will states that the testator was then intending to be married in Canada, and he be. queathed to his said intended wife R2,500 a year until his daughter, Margaret Sidney, attained the age of 21, if his intended wife so long remained his widow, and X2,000 a year after the attainment of the age of 21 by his said daughter, or £1,000 a year in the event of the re-marriage of his possible widow. She is also to have the use and enjoyment of Plas Dinam, until the testator's son David at- tains the age of 21 years, and then the use of Berthdu (if his mother is living), or the use of Broneirion after her death. An annuity of R250 is to be paid to the testator's daughter Gwendoline Elizabeth during the minority of her sister Margaret Sidney, and subject to these provisions Mr Davies left all his real estate in trust for his son David and all the residue of his property in trust in equal shares for all of his children, including such as should be born of his intended marriage. _+

THE SEE OF BANGOR.

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DOLGELLEY.