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IMEMORIAL TO MR. RHODES.

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WRECKED ON THE RAILWAY.I

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CONN AH iS QUAY.I.

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CONN AH iS QUAY. I. CAPTAIN CHARLES COPPACK.-We rearret to record the death of Captain Charles Coppack which took place on Wednesday at the age of ö2 years. Deceased, who had hitherto enjoyed robust health, was taken ill a fortnight ago, pneumonia supervening. Dr. Purdon, his medical attendant, was in constant attendance, and later Dr. Taylor, of Chester, was called in but despite these gentlemen's combined skill he never rallied Captain Coppack had been connected with shipping the whole of his life, having commanded steamers and sailing ships engaged in the coasting trade but he was best known as master of the steam tug Toliesen. In this connection he became intimatelv connected with the shipping trade on the Dee, his tug for a period of 20 years being engaged in towing ships up and down the river. He was very popular in local circles, and throughout the district between this port and Mostyn he was well known and highly esteemed. His death will be regretted by a large number of friends. His father, Mr. John Coppack, is still living, having reached the advanced t age of 88 years. Mr. John Coppack, head of the well-known firm of shipbrokers of Conllah's Quay, is a brother to deceased.

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MiLIi SUPPLY TO LIVERPOOL.

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