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BRECON. I

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS.

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LLANWRTYD WELLS. I

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KNUCKLAS. I

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KNIGHTON.

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KNIGHTON. We regret to announce the death of Mrs Pugh (senr.), Stowe, near Knighton, widow of the late Mr J. Pugh, Tyllwyd, which occurred on Wednesday. Deceased, who was in her 85th year, and had resided in the district for many years. The funeral took place at Bwlclisarnau Baptist burving-ground on Monday, the party (or as many of them as attended from this district) travelling by motor. Rev. W. Williams officiated, and Mr M. Thomas was the undertaker. A gloom was cast over the district when it became known that Mr T. W. Goodwin (lately foreman for Air A. H. Wainwright) had died at Os.westry on Wednesday. He had been very popular in the town, and had only joined the colours about three weeks ago. He leaves a widow, two children and an aged mother, for whom widespread sympathy is felt. The remains were con- veyed to Knighton on Monday under military escort and with military honours, and the funeral (a full account of which will appear in our next issue) took place on Tuesday. A well attended whist drive took place at the Drill Hall on Tuesday evening, the proceeds of which are being devoted to local Red Cross funds. The prizes went to the following:-Ladie. Miss D. Lote. 222; Mrs Beaumont, 220; Miss Aleacham, 220: Mrs W. Jones (consolation), 162. Gents.: Mr C. H. Edwards, 217; Air G. E. Powell. 214; Mr A. Powis, 211: Drum-Alajor J. Evans (consolation), 167. Mr W. Wozencroft won the prize for guessing the number of grains of sago in a bottle, the winning number being 4,700. At the close, Mrs Price, matron at No. 1. Hospital, thanked the au- dience for their kind support. We regret to record the death of Mr Charles Passey. which took place on Tuesday, after a brief illness, at tho age- of 80. Deceased belonged to a well-known family (most of whom had been employed as keepers on Stanage estate), and until a few days before his death enjoyed the use of his faculties as fully as though he had been 25 years younger. The Vicar officiated at the funeral on Saturday afternoon, and those who at- tended were:—Air G. Passey (son), Mr and Mrs H. Passey (son and (taiigliter-iii-law), Mrs Davies and Mrs Morris (daughters), Masters Reginald, Harold, Edward and Jack Passey (grandsons). The hearers were Mr E. Parker, Mr G. Apperlev. Air W. Spotten, Mr W. Cad- wallader. Mr S. Smith, Air C. Lowe, Mr A. Powell and Mr R. Wellings. The duties of undertaker were carried out by Mr R. Roberts.

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