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ESTEEMED BY - ALL. I

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ESTEEMED BY ALL. I DEATH OF MRS. CATHERINE WINTER, SWANSEA. SUPERINTENDENT OF SAILORS' HOME. The many friends of Mrs. Catherine Win- ter. superintendent of the Sailors' Home, Swansea, will- regret to bear of that lady's death unexpectedly shortly before five o'clock on Monday morning. She bad' only been ill two days with bronchitis, and on Sunday .c.-vemin,g, though confined to bed, was in her usual jovial spirits. Eaily on Monday morn- ing, however, she parsed quietly away. Tho late Mrs. C. Winter. The late Mrs. C. Winter. lirg. Winter, who WM aged V*. was the widow of the late Capt. W. Winter, who di«"i erne year and eight months ago. Oapr.-iin and Mrs. Winter took over the management of the Sailors' Home 18 years ago, and since her husband's death M-A. Winter has carried on the home. Phe was lady well known, and had always a kindlyworrl and cheery.! wile for everyone with whom she was brought in contact. Thp sailors with whom Pbe was brought more directly into contact and hundreds stayed at the home in the coarse of & year—loved her for HER GOODNESS AND CHARITY. C) one ever awealed to her in v&in. 8he Was a daughter of tbe late Mr. John (Ju!1en. of Bridge-street, Swansea, and she leeves three adopted children, Willie, Elsie and ToDUQy Holt; one sister, Mn. Lambert, Antelope Hotel, Mumbles, and two brothers, Gaybain Janle3 Byrne, pilot, and Mr. Thomas Byrne, manager of the Grand Theatre. In her illness, which, as stated, onlv la-st^d two days. ™e -was attended by Dr. O'SuHivar and Dr. Trevor Eyang. The liineral phoe at Da.cyp-e,te on Wednesday; no floverft by request. «—====^S

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