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ST. DAVID'S. ANOTHER MONSTER CARROT.—Mr. W. D. Lewis, Goat Street, must look to his Ian reI. I I Mr Thomas Evans, mason, Glamorgan Cottage, New Street, has grown in his garden a carrot weighing 3lbs 2ozn. Who will break this record? F ISUDDEN DEATH,—A young lad, aged nine, named Henry Cooke Lewis, grandson of Mr Wm. Lewis, gardener, Quickwcll Hill, bathed his feet on Saturday last at Caervai, in company with two other schoolmates, and to-day he died. The Bad event created quite a shock among his school- mates when the news was brought to the Council School on Wednesday afternoon. FUNERAL OF MR. FRED. JONES.—On Wednes- day, Feb. 21st, the funeral of Mr Fred. Jores, one of the tenor singers at the Cathedral, t< ok plaee. The service commenced at 2 o'clock. The coffin, oovernl with very beautiful wreaths of natural flowers, was borne from the Lady Chapel to the Nave of the Cathedral, the choir, in their surplices, and the three minor canons, Revs. G. P. Gabriel, A. Biggertou Evans and D. J. Jone, being at the head of the procession. The offici- ating clergymen were the above-named rev. gen- tlemen. l'tialm UO was chanted, and the hymn, Now the labourer's task is o'er," was sung. Before leaving the cathedral, the organist (M Herbert C. Morris, F.R.C.O.,) played very effectively the Dead March in Saul, the large congregation present standing. The mournful procession then proceeded to the cemetery, where the deceased was laid to rest. At the close of the service, the old Welsh hymn, Bydd myrdd o ryfeddodan," was sung. The following sent wreaths In affectionate remembrance of our dear brother.—From pister and brother. With deepest sympathy.— From his fellow choristers at the Cathedral. With deepest sympathy. Weep not, sad heart, for him who now hath won the crown of joy that fadeth not away."—From E. Thomas and E. Evans, St. Dogmael's. With sincere sympathy.—From six friends. Gyda'r cydymdeimlad dylnaf.—Oddiwrth ael- odan cor Cymreig yr Eglwys. Deepest sympathy.—From Mr and Mrs Grills. With loving sympathy.—From the members of the Lower Chapter. Witbsincere regret.—From the "Mill Inn," Haverfordwest. In memory of an old friend. M. A. Harries and family. With heartfelt sorrow and loving sympathy.— From Mrs Propert, Elsie, and Mary, "Cambrian Hotel," Solva. To the memory of my sincere friend, Fred. Jones.—From E. P. Mathias. With deepest sympathy.—E. and C. Williams- Miller, Warpool Coart.. With sincere respect for Fred. Jones' memory. —From Chancellor and Mrs Jones. Sincere sympathy.—From Mrs Lewis, Carmar- then.

, Haverfordwest Grammer School.

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