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PWLLHELI. FATAL ACCIDENT.—Mr John Owen, assistant in Mr Hugh Williams's drapery establishment, Shop Goch, was seized with cramp whilst bathing along with some com- panions on Friday afternoon last and was drowned. His companions did not notice anything the matter until, with the flight of time, they became a little anxious and found out too late what had happened. Deceased, who was only twenty-one years old. was a native of Dolgelley. An inquest was held by the coroner, Dr Hunter Hughes, when a verdict in accordance with the evidence was re- turned. The body was conveyed by four p.m. train on Saturday to Dolgelley for interment and was followed to the Station by a large concourse of people, and preceded by the Sunday School officers, teachers, and scholars from Salem Church, of which deceased was a regular member and attendant. OBITUARY.—Mrs Elizabeth Titterton, relict of Mr William Titterton of Portmadoc, and mother of Mr George Thomas Titterton, goods depot, Cambrian Rail- ways, Pwllheli, died in her 7:2nd year after a trying ill- ness at her daughter's residence, The Firs, Chipstead, Surrey, on June 2nd, in the presence of her sons, daughter, and a few friends. She was buried in the Chipstead Parish Churchyard on June 7th, IS!)!J. The Rev W. H. Woodnut, Wesleyan, of Reigate, and late of Carnarvon, officiated at the burial. This is an old Parish Church and was the very first occasion on which a Nonconformist minister had buried anyone there. Some of the simple-minded folk about were.astouisheci and quite concerned that such a thing should have hap- pened.


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