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LLANFYLLIN. AMERICAN BAZAAR.—On Tuesday evening a very successful American bazaar was held in the National Schoolroom. A large supply of china, wearing apparel, books, furniture, and other articles were on sale, and were disposed of very briskly. The stalls were in the charge of Mr J. Marshall Dugdale, Mr John Deam, the Rev C. F. Roberts, Mr J. Lomax, Master Willie and Percy Dugdale, Miss Agnes Lloyd, Mrs R. H. Jonet, and Miss Amy Jones, Mrs Ryle and Jones, Bachie Place, Mrs Dugdale and Miss Slatter, Mrs Bulleid and Mi-s Lomax, Miss Morgan and Miss Edith Jones, Mrs Puerh and Mrp Sandemon. Refresh- ments were provided in the room, and these were the gift of Mr and Mrs Albert Evans, while Mr and Mrs Maurice Evans gave the confectionery. All the stall holders sat down to tea before the opening of the bazaar. The proceeds were to go towards defraying the cost of erecting the new schoolroom. THE RECENT SUDDEN DEATH.—The funeral of Willie Williams, son of Mr Williams, chemist, took place on Tuesday afternoon. There were a large number of wreaths sent, among the senders being the Father and Mother, Brother and Sister, Miss Sarah Williams, Llaubrynmair, Mr and Mrs Williams, Newtown, Mr John Jones, Corner House, Mrs Jones, Llwyn Onn, Master Heber Cassel, Mr and Mrs Watkins, Mr and Mrs J. P. Williams, Mrs Jones, Manchester House, Mr and Mrs Jones, the Green, Mr and Mrs Jones, West Lodge, Masters Cosmo Jones and E. G. Joues, Mr Jones, Paris House,. Mr and Mrs Bryan, Mrs Paul, Master Willie Paul, Mrs Jones, Glandwr, Willie, Glandwr, Mrs Bagley, Miss Davies, Kilthrew, Mrs Ellis, Bradford House, Mrs Sandeman, Master Roberts, Manor House, Mr J. Morgan Jones, Mrs Edwards, and Mr iN. B. Edwards, Waenllys, Miss Jones, Park, Mrs Lee, and Mrs Joinson, John Henry Jones, George Wilkins, Hubert and Harold Watkins, Mrs Bennett, Miss Gibbons, Joseph Thomas Davies, Mra Bennion, Mrs William Barker, Mr E l. Lloyd, A. W. Jones, Rock House, Mrs Bullied, Mr and Mrs Davies, Lledfron, Mrs Hughes, Abel Square, the Sunday School Class, and an expensive and beautiful wreath, which was sent by the British school-children, bearing the very appropriate inscription, Loved by all." The service began at two o'clock, at Council House, by the reading of a portion of the Scripture by the Rev D. Hughes, Llanfechain. Prayer was offered by the Rev Owen Jones, Liverpool, and a hymn was sung. At the grave the Rev D. Pierce, Park Bach, read a chapter, and the Rev J. Richards delivered a short and sympathetic speech, and prayer was offered by the Rev Mr Evans, Llanbrynmair. The attendance at the funeral was very large, and the deepest sympathy is felt with Mr and Mrs Williams in their sad bereavement.






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