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LLANIDLOES. THE Ro\AL YI"'IT TO WALES.—The following cornspondence has passed between Sir Francis Knolloys and the Town Clerk with regard to the Prince of \V ales stopping at Llanidloes on the 27th. Town Clerk's office, Llanidloes, 13th June, 1896. ^ir, I am directed by the Council of this Borough to communicate with you with a view of respect- fully petitioning H.R. H. the Prince of Wales to onour this ancient Borough by instructing the railway authorities to stop the train conveying the ioya Party for about five minutes on its passing irougithe Llanidloes Railway Station un route trom Aberystwyth (or .Machynlleth) and Cardiff, in tirpspnr a (ijdT>tlie Corporation the opportunity of not npi-1D> ti *• "ith an address, or if time will slacken Q !S stoPPa £ e> tha„ „he train should opportunifv6 /° aS -t0 t^ie inhabitants an Throne and H°R nU'8Up?n- ^eir loyalty to the your obedient'servant J n"6 n T t0 Sil"' Sir Francis Ki^ii » Uavies> fown Clerk. Mall SW 17th V'8' ~QfA[albor°ugh House, Pall submitted yoar w'Ip11?' ? r Sir,-I have H R.I1. has had ,to.the Prince of Wales, and railway authority tPlea9Ure, in jesting the slacken speed when' Car!se t'le special train to afraid time will not n Vh<3 2?th inst" 1 am faithfully, FIUNCIS KNmTv & ,ST°PPA?E' YOU'-S Town Clerk, Es,„ DEATH OF ^ECIVCOL^LLOVU.VERXEV '!«> --Hoi LI,u,s.„.ig. ivi.Tci, ,:SL^ Saturday last. The deceasoil o- and on Algiers, and Torquay, in "searr'h t- i .vlSltecl apparently he derived little or no benefit ^Icon^i was a son of thc late Sir Harry Vcrney and br H ° of Capt Verney. of Rhianfa, An'gles^rhe'de who was a Lieut-Colonel in the arm v. spentma ycar on duty WIth lllsreglmelltm India. Hcmarrietl Miss Lloyd, sister of the late Mr. Chevalier Llovd of Clochtaen, and on the latter's death inherited the Clochtaen estate, adopted the name of Lloyù- V erney, and resided most of his time at Clochfaen the family seat of the Lloyds. He was a magis- trate for Montgomeryshire, and was also a number of the Llangurig School Board. He also took much interest in the welfare of the parish of Llangnrig, and generously contributed to all Church move- ments. His loss will be greatly felt at Llangnrig, especially by the poor ef the parish and tenantry ori the Clochfaen estate, to whom he was a generous criend. In politics he was a Liberal Unionist. He leaves a widow and several children. The body of the deceased arrived at Llanidloes on Thursday and was conveyed by hearse the same day to Llan- gurig, where the funeral will take place on Tuesday next, the place of interment being the parish Churchyard. t








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