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AN ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT.I

THE CONVEYANCE OF COAL. !

ELFED AND THE GOKSEDD. !

SOUTH WALES MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

¡, LOOKS LIKE WALMSEY." j

G YMNASTIC COM PETITION.

SUICIDE AT PONTYPKIDD.

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SUICIDE AT PONTYPKIDD. A case of supposed suicide occurred at Tontypridd 011 Friday night. Lo lging at 2, Factory-road, near the orkhou.se, was a young shoemaker, 25 years of age, named George Athecton. who had been working in the town for some time. Shortly after half-past eight on Friday night he told his landiady that he way- going to the back of the house, And as be was rathe"' long coming back she went out, and was horrified tel discover him to bo quite dead. Dr. Howard Davi»"< subsequently appeared at tho house, and a pewt- niortom examination will probably be inaele te> tintl out the causc of death. A cup with a broken liatidlfl was feund near the deeeasoel, but it was impossible to say whetlwr it contained poison, as it had e\ ielently bee'ii washed clean. The follow Iiig letter, which was found upon the elcceased, se*ms to indicate that th" young fellow committed suicide: "When you d" ifind me, rite and tell my father to bury me, and [will ount (meaning haunt) him as long as he lives. Gi\r my best love to /111." The following was written upon | the' envelope My father's address is John Athrr- tun, baker, Noulsea, near Bristol."

jTHE CHURCH AND THE WELSH…

| 101,0 MOlMiANWO.

^THREE PINTS OF BRANDY,

EGLWYSILAX SCHOOL BOARD. !