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I FUNERAL OF FHE LATE MR I THOMAS DAVIES. The funeral of Mr Thomas Davies, late mannger I of the Tydvil Engineering Works, took piace at St. Thomas' Cemetery, Swansea, on Monday. The cortege left the deceased's residence, D. Burgh-street, Cardiff, in the morning for the Great Western Station. A very large number of the deceased's friends attended, together with the foremen and a number of the c-inployees of the Tydvil Works, who acted as bearers and accompanied the remaius to Swansea. In addi- tion there were a number of consulting engineers present, members of the Institute of Engineers, and a great many of the deceased's brother masons, lie beinfr a member of the Tennaut Lodge 1,992. Cardiff. On arrival at Swansea the body was met by a large number of townspeople. The mourners included Mrs Davies (his widow) and h s only ciiilci, Brinley Dovies, his brothers, Mr Pritchard Davies, Mr Daniel Davies, Mr Sydney Davies, Mr John Davies, Mr Brinley Davies, Mr and Mrs Albert Davies, Mr and Mrs Hoi way. Miss Davies (his sister), his widowed mother (Mrs Davies), and Captain and Mrs Thomas (Aberthaw). The body was enclosed in a shell, the outer coffin being of polished English oak panelled, with brass mountings, and bore inscription—" Thomas Davies, died May 2nd, 1895, aged 37 years." It was covered with a pro- fusion of the most beautiful wreaths, sent by the following :—His mother, Messrs Pritchard and Sydney Davies. Mr and Mrs Albert Davies, Mr and Airs T. D. Lewis (Singleton), Mr and Mrs W. G. ChllUO, Mr A. E. Smithson, Mr and Mrs Tom Keima)). Nir J. Id. Haliett, the Institute of Marine Engineers, Swansea Engineers and Ship Repairers' Association, Mwssis J. J. Lewis and E. Bryant, the foreman and employees of the Tydirl Works, the apprentices-, M".=srs Daniels, Mr H. C. Newman, Mr and Mrs Herbert. New- man, Mr J. A. Jenkins, Mr Dan Radcliffe, Mr Charles Radcliffe, &e. The whole of the funeral arrangements were entrusted to Messrs Stone Bros., 5, Working-street, Cardiff, and were carried out in a most efficient manner.

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