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NARBERTH. Numerous deaths have occurred in the town and neighbourhood during the last fortn ght. Three deaths occuirred in St. James's-street the same week, among them being Mr. Griff Davies, the oldest inhabitant of the town, who would have had his eighty-ninth birthday in April had he lived. There is quite an epidemic of influenza raging, and a large number are suffer- ing from its attack. On Sunday morning last a wedding was solemnised at the Tabernacle Congregational Chapel, the contracting parties being Mr. John Thomas, son of P.S. Thomas, of Narberth, and Miss Polly Sale, of the Barley Mow Inn, Nar- berth. The ceremony being performed at an early hour there were few spectators. The pastor, the Rev. R. J. Williams, officiated. What might have been a fatal accident occurred at a new building in Narberth on Friday last, A young man apprenticed to Mr. George Brown, contractor, was working on the wall plate on the top of the building, when he was suddenly seized with faintness, and before aid could be given him lost his balance and fell to the ground a distance of twenty feet. Fortunately there was soft soil on the spot where he alighted, and came down upon his knees, but he then fell forwaod and knocked his head against a plank, the blow rendering him unconscious. Medical aid was procured, but he remained in a semi-conscious state all night. On Saturday, however, he regained full consciousness, and is now progressing very favourably. The injured young man is the son of the butler at Picton Castle. OBSERVER.

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