[No title]|1907-12-18|The Chester Courant and Advertiser for North Wales - Welsh Newspapers Online
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MURDERED HIS MOTHER.âThe execu- tion of George Stills, a collier, who was only thirty years of age, took place on Friday morning at Cardiff Prison. When sentenced to death at the Glamorgan Assizes for the murder of his mother at Pontycymmer, he called down Heaven's curse on the witnesses for the prosecution, but a few days afterwards, in the condemned cell, he became contrite and prayed earnestly. Stills rose early on the morning of his execution and paid great attention to the ministrations of the Wesleyan chaplain, with whom he left a message for some personal friends. The culprit quietly submitted to the pinioning process, and, walking to the scaffold without assistance, met his death with great fortitude. The brothers Pierpont were the exeoutioners.

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ROOLE SCHOOL CRISIS.

.... CHURCH TEACHERS COMBINE.

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