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HOLYHEAD. OBITUARY.—On Saturday night, the death took place of Mrs Ellen Jones, wife of Mr Robert Jones, carpenter, Penrhyn Owen. De- ceased was 24 years of age. Much sympathy is felt with t-ho widower and seven children. The funeral took place at Rhoseolyn on Wednesday, the Rev. J. A. Recs officiating. "FOREIGN MISSIONS."—This formed the subject of a.n interesting lecture delivered to the members of the Hyfrydle Debating 11 Society at their meeting last week by Mr David Jones, High-terrace, he lecture was illustrated by lime- light views, tho lantern being manipulated by Mr and Mrs R. Beard. The President (the Rev. John Williams) occupied the chair, the attend- ance being fi largo one. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr Jones. TRAGIC DEATH.-Whilst on his way to Dr. Fox Russell on Friday evening, Mr Owen Jones, a seaman, residing at. 13, Boston-street, was seen to fall down within a few yards of the doctor's house. He was taken into the house, when it was discovered that liTe was extinct. He had been ailing for about a week, and was 32 years of age. Great sympathy is felt with the widow and children. RAILWAY HOSPITAL FUND.—The annual meeting in connection with the L. and N.-W. Railway Joint Railways Fund, held at the Tem- perance Irvsti! ute, Mr J. Darrock presiding, was very well attended, and It was evident that great interest is taken in this good movement. The secretary (Mr Henry Jones) submitted his annual report for the year ending Octobc\r 31st. Seventy- four cases had been treated at the various in- stitutions, 29 of which were in-patients. The col- lections tliis year amount to E80, which is an advance on that of last year. The delegates ap. pointed to attend the tnnual general meeting, which is to be held at Orewe, Saturday, Decem- ber 17th, arc Messrs John Ball, Goods' Depart- ment, and Messrs Jas. Hazlitt and Henry Jones (hon. secretary). A vote of thanks was accorded the seeretar'e. by Mr J Darrock, seconded by Mr J. D. Sutton. Others who took pari were Messrs Chas. Myrtle, Richard Pierce, Thoma-s Griffitil, and John Jones.

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