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TREYINE.

LLANRHIAN.

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LLANRHIAN. We are sorry to chronicle the death of Albert John Bowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bowen, Velindre, which sad event took place at Chel- tenham Hospital on Tuesday last, after un- dergoing an operation three weeks previously. Young Bowen was first taken ill some six- teen months ago, his complaint being in- flammation and pleurisy, and was attended by Dr. Wilfred Williams, St. David's, who recommended that he should go into hospital to undergo an operation. Although the oper- ation was successfully performed, the patient, being in such a weak state, could not stand the strain. Deceased's body was brought home on Wednesday last, and buried amidst general signs of regret on Thursday at Llam- rhian Cemetery. The Rev. J. W. Rees (vicar) and the Rev. D. Sinnett Jones (curate) offi- ciated. There was a very large attendance of the general public. We extend our sym- pathy to the bereaved family.

SOLYA.

ST. DAVID'S.

, Haverfordwest Grammer School.

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