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DEATH OF MR. W. J. EYRE.

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FUNERAL OF A TOWNSMAN.

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MOTHERS' UNION.

THE LATE MR. EDWARD JONES.

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FUNERAL OF A TOWNSMAN.

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was taken by the Rev. D. Meurig Jones and the Rev. Parry Brooks.—The wreaths re- ceived were from: n'ife and Children; Brother and Sister (Mr. Robt. and Mrs. Sarah Davies); Mrs and Miss Jones, Tros- ymaes Mr and Mrs T. Leonard Jones and Family; Mr and Mrs D. Pierce aiicl Family; Mr and Mrs Lloyd and Family, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Gallagher, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Hoklen, Holywell; Mr S. Turner, Manchester; Mr Roberts Jones, Rhyl; Mr and Mrs R. G. Owen, Bangor; Mr Bethell, Colwyn Bay; Mr W. S. Roberts, Wrexham; Mr D. G. Owen, Wrexham; Mr and Mrs Jos. Edwards, Gwynfryn; Mrs Dykins and Family, Pendre; Miss Gladys Williams, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Saunders, High street; Mrs and Miss Scotcher, High st.; Mr and Mrs Williams, Whitford street.— Mr. Ernest Hughes (Messrs. T. Hughes and Son, Holywell) carried out the undertaking arrangements, and the hearse and carriages were supplied by Mr. W. Brown, Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Holmes.