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-I DEATH OF A LLANELLY SOLICITOR.…

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DEATH OF A LLANELLY SOLICITOR. I The death of Mr. Qwilym R. Price, solici- tor, Llanelly, took place on Saturday, after an illness extending over some months. Deceased, who was 43 -ears of age, was of a cheerful disposition and very popular. His honesty and integrity won for him impli it confidence and the highest e tesra, both in private and public affairs. He had a wide -circle of friends, who cherish the fondest recollections of his kindness and t'noughtfulness. Deceased was a native of Aberdare, biit with his pat-ents be came to Llaneily when he was very young, and practically the whole cf his life was spent in the town. He attended Copperworks School, and after his schooldays he was articled to a local firm cf solicitors. On becoming enrolled as a member of the Incorporated Law Society, he opened a practice at Denbigh and Briggr, but subse- quently returned to lila-nelly, where lie practised until overtaken by his last ill- noss. Having identified himself with muni- cipal aJffairs, he offered his services to the ratepayers, who elected liim as a member of the old Urban Council, and when the new (JorjXH-atton was formed he was again successful in his appeal to the burgieeseB for a seat. Ten years ago lie was married to Miss Parry, of Northciiff, Kirton Lind- sey, Lines. Deceased was a Liberal in poli- tics, and at one time acted as sub-agent to the Liberal candidate. He was a mem- ber of the Prince of Wales Lodge of Free- masons and also of Greeufield Baptist Chapel. He had two I)rothefs--Rev. D. G. Price, Llanelly (formerly of LHyvlti'a-l, A lierdare), and Mr. Gomer Price, LIanelJy- and several 2isters. lie leaves a widow and two little daughters, with whom the deep- est sympathy is felt in their bereavement.

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