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SOLYA. DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT.—The death took place on Tuesday morning last of one of Solva a moat familiar figures, id the person of Mr James Lloyd, the Reading Room, at an ad- vanced age. Deceased was highly respected in the plaoe, and his demise is generally regretted. Lloyd had spent the greater part of his life at Solva. For several years he went to sea, and for a considerable time was master of the small coasting vessel, "Brothers" (belonging to Mr Samson Williams). He was an industrious man, and worked very hard all his life long, enjoying SK>d health nearly op to the time of his death. e leaves a grown-np family to mourn his loss, to whom our sympathy is extended. Our popular merchant, Mr. B. J. Lewis, has been made the recipient of a handsome present by the members of the Smyrna Bap- tist Church, Punclieston, as a suitable recog- nition of his faithful services in connection with the above church. The presentation took place on Sunday last, taking the form of a handsome volume, bound in morocco lea- ther, of "Josephus." Mr. Lewis has been a choir leader of the church for the last seven years, and a most faithful Sunday school ea- cher, and his departure is keenly felt. But Puncheston's loss is Solva's gain. He was very popular among all denomiations. He took an active and prominent part in the formation of the temperance meetings in the dis rict, and was one of the founders of the Puncheston and District Debating Society, for which he was hon. treasurer. He was also secretary to the Letterston Rechabite Club, and held other offices in. the dis- tricts of Puncheston and Letterston. We glady welcome him to our midst, and hope he will be as faithful a member at Mount Pleasant Church as he was at Puncheston. The Late Mrs. Justin Evans.—In this week's Examiner," the weekly organ of the Con- gregationalists, we read that the church and congregation at Lewisham have resolved to perpetuate the memory of the late Mrs. Evans by placing a stained glass window in the church in which she was such a faithful and consistent member.


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