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HAY. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. » Parish Church.—On Sunday at the Parish church there was a procession at choral Eucharist at 11 and at Evensong at 6. The anthem at choral Eucharist, sung at the time of administration, was "Jesus, Word of God Incarnate," by, Gounod and the anthem at eveusong was b1* ^Mr J. Hnrst Pfmiisfcr i (organist and choirmaster) left Hay on Tuesday to take up his duties at St. Barnabas, Pimllco. Marriage.—On Monday last, at the Hay Congregational Church, the mar- riage took place of Miss Bertha Baker. daughter of the late Mr Joseph Baker, the Pavement, and of Mrs Baker, HI, Castle street, and Mr Cecil Hankinson, youngest son of Mr H. G. Hankinson, of the Council Schools. Leominster. The ceremony 7,"as performed by Her. Idri? Davies, pastor. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr Thomas Pugh. and Mr Herbert Hankinson, of Birmingham, brother of the bridegroom acted as best man. The happy pair are spending their honeymoon at Hunstanton, .Norfolk. The late Miss C Moses. Clyro.—The death took place on Thursday morning last of Miss Caroline Moses, second daughter of Mr Moses, of Clyro, agent for the Clyro Court estate. Deceased, who was 21 years of age, and was beloved by all who knew her, had been ill for about 8 months. Great sympathy is felt for Mr and Mrs Moses. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon at Clyro Parish Church. A large number of sympathisers attended. including Capt. and Mrs Mavrojani, Col. Henry, Mr Arthur Bishop, and Mr John Davies. The Rev. S. H. Wenham (vicar) offi. ciated, and he was assisted by the Rev. J. Boyle (curate) who read the lesson. Psalm 39 was sung, and the hymns" On the resurrection morning," "How bright those glorious spirits shine." Before leaving the church for the graveside, Mr T. Halstead (organist) played the Dead March." There was a large number of floral tributes. Serious Accident at Cusop. Mrs Bevan, of Hazelbraes, Cusop. met with a serious accident on Thursday last, by slipping off a chair on which she had been standing, injuring herself internally. Her condition was such that she could not be removed to a hospital for an operation which was necessary, and so a Hereford surgeon was summoned, and, in conjunction with Dr. T. E. Hincks, a successful operation was performed at her home. She is progressing satis-, factorily. but is still in a critical condition. Personal. The services at Cusopl Parish Church on Sunday last were taken by the Rev. B. W. Recketts, in the absence of tha Rector (Rev. E. W. Stredder), who is away from home in consequence of the illness of his little son, who is in hospital.

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