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DINAS POWIS. MEMORIAL TO THE LATE RKV CANON EDWARDS.—A beautifully chased gold chalice has been presented to St. Cadoc's Church, Caerleon, by the children of the late Rev Canon Edwards and Mrs Edwards, who ministered at Caerleon for many years, after which he accepted the living of St. Andrew's Major and Dinas Powis. The inscription around the cup reads:—"A.M.D.G. In blessed memory of Howell Powell Edwards, who ministered here, and of Elizabeth, his wife. Christ our Lord unite us all." THE LATE MRS REES RADCLIFFK. — The death of Mrs Anne Radoliffe, wife of Mr Rees Radcliffe, Elmwood, Dinas Powis, and formerly of Cardiff, and stepmother of Messrs Henry. Dan, and Charles Radcliffe, shipowners, Cardiff, occurred on Tuesday week last in her 61st year. The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon at St. Fagan's Church- yard and was largely attended. The Rev D. Glandwr Jenkins, C.M., Dinas Powis, officiated at the house, and the Rev T. Bird, M.A., rector of St. Fagans, at the church and grave. The relatives in attendance were Mr Rees Radcliffe (husband) Messrs Dan and Charles Radcliffe (stepsons), Mr John Miles (brother) and Mrs Miles (Cardiff), Mrs Richards (sister), Master W. and Miss Richards, Mr W. and Mrs Barton (sister), and the Misses Barton (Garn). Mr f. Radcliffe (brother-in-law) and Mrs Radcliffe (Great House, Penlline), Mrs J. Stockland, St. Fagan's (niece), Mrs Davies, Aberdare (niece), and Mr T. and Mrs Matthews (sigter), Tynant, St. Fagan's. A number of floral wreaths were sent by relatives and friends, amongst these being one from Mr and Mrs R. Forrest, St. Fagan's. Mr Henry Radcliffe and family were unable to attend the funeral, being at present on a visit to Switzerland.

! SULLY.

LLANCARFAN.

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