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1/ Tributes from the Pulpits.…

I Judge Bishop's Tribute.I

I Harbour Trust's Condolence.

I" Leading Figure of the World."

I Funeral of His Majesty I…

I Kidwelly.t --o—I

proclamation of -King George…

a Lying-in-State.I

I Ratepayers' Sympathy.


I Ratepayers' Sympathy. -0- Before commencing the business at tbe meeting of the Ratepayers' Association 011 Tuesday evening, Mr. Evan Evans (president) referred to the sorrow that had befallen the whole nation through the death of the late King. They may, he said, have different views as to the best form of government, but they would all admit that for a Constitutiona- government they could not have had a better man than the late King Edward. He did his work thoroughly, to the best of his ability- and to the advantage of the nation. He did not think any man did more to bring abont the idea of the brotherhood of man. One prominent French writer declared that al- though King Edward was King of England he was, in a measure, King of France also. That seemed to be the sentiment of other nation? as well, and he believed anyone who could bring that about deserved the highest credit- The late King was a man of high position. which lie used to the best advantage, and tll" least they oquld do was to recognise it, aim also express their deep sorrow at his sudden death, and a hope that his successor, Kinf George the Fifth, would follow closely in the footsteps' of his father and be as good a killg to this country and a friend of all natiob They also sympathised most deeply Queen Alexandra. Although a queen, s-h0 felt as deeply as they did. Castle and cottl-go were one in thesie matters. He moved that they express their sympathy with the Roýi11 Family in their sad bereavement. The motion was carried in silence. —— o——

I --Justices' Tribute.