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THE FATAL ACCIDENT IN THE HUNTING FIELD. Vote of Condolence with Mrs Lister On the termination of business at the ordinary monthly meeting or the Pontypool and Usk Highway Board, which was held at the Usk Sessions Houoe on Monday, Mr E. J. Phillips, J.P., an ex-officio member, rose and said that a most melancholy accident had happened to a gentleman who had been for many years a mem- ber of the board, and who has all times taken the most lively interest in the matters which came before it. He was al ways kind and willing to entertain all matters affecting the board, giving to them his attention and calm consideration. His death in the hunting field was one of those sad accidents, so sudden, that it called forth universal sym- pathy. There was not one member of the board who did not value Mr Lister as a colleague, and he was sure every one present felt most deeply and keenly the loss which his family had sus- tained by his death. It called forth their most sincere sympathy and condolence, and in moving the expression of their sympathy he knew all the board would be as one with him. He moved that a letter of condolence be forwarded to Mrs Lister and Mr Longsworth E. Lister. Mr BCXNING seconded Mr Phillips's motion, and endorsed every word that he had said. The motion was carried unanimously.

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