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CORRIS. A FALL-.— On Monday, Mr David Owen, Factory, fell a distance of twelve feet, injuring his head and arm. He is progressing favourably. FUNERAL.—On Monday the funeral'took place of Miss Mary Rowlands, who died at Paddington, Lon- don. The coffin was brought by train to Dolgelley, thence by hearse. The Rev 0 E Williams, Pennal, officiated at the graveside. COMPETITIVE MEETING.—A very successful com- petitive meeting was held at the Board School on Monday evening, under the auspiaes of the Corris Temperance Association.

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