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*manI1(;2$ FUNERAL OF MRS…

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*man 1(;2$ FUNERAL OF MRS HUGHES, CONGO INSTITUTE. On Thursday afternoon, August 23rd, all that • as "lortal of Mrs Hughes, Congo Institute, was jj'erred in the Old Colwyn Cemetery. At the nRo Institute, a short service was conducted by j e Revs T. Roberts (Abergele), J. Spinther Janies (Llandudno), and John Thomas (Wrexham), (pe>i^eVS ^"vans (Rhuddlan) and D. G. Lewis p yl) officiating at the service within the (rf.lrie'ery Chapel. The Revs T. Shankland th and J., B. Brastead (Colwyn), conducted the service at the graveside, where the hymn ydd myrdd o ryfeddodau was very impres- SIvely sung to the tune "Babel." The chief ourners were :—The Rev W. Hughes, widower; e Misses Katie and Claudia Hughes, daughters; aster Stanley Hughes, son Mr Hugh Owen }o0nes, brother Rev T. Idwal Jones and Mrs Tl?eS' GU'nceiriog, brother-in-law and sister Mr W °o'as Hughes, J.P., Llangollen, uncle; Mr 0^, ^oc'd, J.P., C.C., Llangollen, cousin Mr \1 ("I "illiar iis and the Misses Williams, Abersoch, of f anc^ cousins; The sisters and brothers-in-law rel- • ^ev W* Hughes and numerous other atives. There were also present a large ^^ber of sympathising friends, amongst whom re many ministers. Included in the list of those jjieSent were many of those sending wreaths, and following :—Mr G. A. Barclay, Organising S Cetary of the Edinburgh Medical Missionary The Revs — Roderick, Rhyl; P. S. Wards, Rhyl — Davies, Fforddlas John Qr'. 'arns, Colwyn E. C. Evans, Colwyn John T ^jths, Vicar of Colwyn and Vyrnwy Morgan, \\Tr-°n > Mrs Elias Jones, Llandudno and Mrs Llanddeusant. A number of letters and ^he?ramS re^ret; inability to be present at L uneral had been received, among the senders tbelng- Mr W. S. Jones, of Chester, Chairman of Re institute Rev Thomas Frimston, Llangefni Jj y J°hn Frimston, Talsarn Rev T. M. Rees, ^'yhead Mr W. D. Jones, Holyhead Rev D. tip ,7av'es< Griffithstown The ex-Mayor of Olbig-h (Alderman T. J. Williams, J.P.); and Mr R. Williams, Rhyl. Co ,le large number of letters and telegrams of °lence which came to the Institute from all °f the country speak louder than any words the cT Un'versal respect and high esteem in which s0rn ePai"ted was held by her very many friends, fevv ? whom pay her memory a tribute such as of fllndeed obtain in this world. A large number lns.Pra! offerings, which also were sent to the e> bear the same testimony. Noticeable reSDn^ these floral tributes of sympathy and bro].ect' Was a magnificent Welsh harp (with a CoK^ st'ng), from the English Baptist Church, -I \vere^n Bay. Other senders of wreaths, etc., ir Ir E. Lloyd Lewis, Roumania House *-• Jones, Liverpool Miss Beard, Inst.yn Bay Hydropathic The Students, Congo Kev'p^e > Mrs Elizabeth Davies, Llanelian The Hti(j v/ anc' Mrs Jones-Davies, Colwyn Bay Mr E(J,V Robinson, Oak Cottage Mr and Mrs Nam S' Rhyl; Mr and Mrs Alfred O. Walker, l^rs _y&'yn Mr and Mrs Jones, Chester House; Eli and Miss Brackstone; Mr and Mrs Griffiths, "s > Mrs and Miss Patterson, C'heviotdale MiSs Wen a»d Miss Thomas, Coed Orros The 5dv\^S ^avies, Havorfordwest Mr and Mrs Lansdowne House; Miss Jones, Ty M ^rs Williams, Tanllan, Llanelian Mr anc) Llewelyn Jones, Old Colwyn and Mrs learn ilfS Jones, Vron Haulog. In addition, we the C that a few wreaths have also been taken to Am etnetery, subsequent to the funeral. Kedf the- scores of letters of sympathy, we pSom.e 'rom the following :—The Dowager ^ever p'ei 'dge, Mrs C. H. Spurgeon, Mr Ellis Hev vvr ?rv W. Davies, Rector of Llangwstenin f L enables-Williams, Vicar of Llandrillo ^Ovei-?111,?8 Russell, Etchingham Miss Dawson, S^Orn Alderman R. Corry, Cardiff; Rev Dr i^ev pj11' Chatham Mr John Smouth, Llanidloes; Coutlo;nVvarc' Roberts, D. D., Pontyprrdd County pansa °r John Porter; Rev R. Ellis, Ll.D., K' WM*0 ^'ss L- M. S. Hilton, London Miss etih; Son' London and the ex-Mayor of th wou'^ ke altogether impossible to ^U'clt a^> but one couid not but be greatly fir, lth the fact of the universal expressions lr°Ui p 'U. y ^om all parts of the United Kingdom, from "glaild Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, and ever Conditions of people, and from ministers 0p^pC'en°'nination, many, indeed, from the "tli WPe,"brokesh ire, and from the collieries of The ,a rls' being full of tenderest sympathy. *a88ive*°ffin, which was of poli shed oak with ^'ate llD rass mountings, bore a brass name- P°n which was engraved :— KATHERINE H. HUGHES, Died August 20th, 1894, The Aged 33 Years. an16rtaker was J°b" Roberts, Colwyn bvtu'Ie arrang:ements for the funeral were oth OF R. Revs E. Jones-Davies and J. Thomas Mr J,l°!wyn Bay). l,&heS ancj the family feel deeply the eParte^Uc^'n^ tributes to the memory of the e and tender expressions of sympathy, raser to medical attendants, Dr 11 ^eirVff Nurse Williams, who were unsparing torts on behalf of the deceased.

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