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STAGGERING HUMANITY

NOTES BY THB: WAY.

YEOMANUY AND VOLUNTEER NOTES.

WELSHPOOL.\

CASTLE CAEREINION.

TRKWEli'X.i '

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TRKWEli'X. DEATH.—The death oi Mrs Minnie Pritchard, of 29, St Juliau's Friars, Shrewsbury, took place on Monday, at the early age of 29 years, after a very brief illness. Mrs Pritchard was the elde3t daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs Preece, Cottage, ana was only married about: wlHind-a-half years ago. The funeral took place at the General Cemetery. Shrewsbury, on Wednesday, aud was 1an!(.1) at. tended". Beautiful wreaths were sent bv the fol- lowing :— "With deep sympathy, from father, mother, brother s, and sisters," With deep sym- pathy from Mr and Mrs Pri-chard and family," With lovo from Uncle Jack, Aunt Kittv, and children," "Sincere sympathy from Air aud Mrs jut]. From Mr and Mrs Pye, with much sympathy," With de.-p-sr. sympathy, from the Shrewsbury butchers," "From AF and J 1h.ndielcl, with deep sympathy, Iu affectionate memory and deepest sympathy fr,.m P & N Morris (Farm)," From Mr and Pliillip-i with deepest sympathy." With deep symparLy from Mr and Alrs Price," "With deep sympathy from Mr and Mrs Bright," With deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs M T Davies and family," From Ilr, Mrs and Miss Brown with de-ep i, Much sympathy is felt both herein Mrs Pritchard's native place and in Shrewsbury with Mr Pritchard and hi little daughter Fiorrie, in their sad bereavement. Those present were Mr H Prichard (husband), Mr A Preece (father), Mr Preece (mother), Messrs R, H. E, J, and D Preece (brothels), Misses A and L Preece (sisters), Mr Pritchard (father-in-law), Mrs Pritchard (mother-in-iaw), Misses Margrate and Martha Pritchard (sisters-in-law), Mr Walter Pritchard (brother-in-law), Mr J Morris and Mr J Humphreys (uncles), Mrs Morris and Mrs Hum- phreys (aunts), Mr LI Preece (Coedway), and Miss Whitely (cousins) and Mr Murray, and Mr Jones, of Butcher Row was the undertaker, and carried everything out in a very satisfactory manner. The coffin was of polished oak with brass furniture and bore the inscription, "Minnie Pritchard, died January 29, 1900, aged 29 years."

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LLANIDLOES.

EVERY WEAK MAN,

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