NARROW ESCAPE AT NEWBRIDGE.|1891-09-25|Pontypool Free Press and Herald of the Hills - Welsh Newspapers Online
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NARROW ESCAPE AT NEWBRIDGE.

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NARROW ESCAPE AT NEWBRIDGE. A day or so ago two children, who were at the most only three years of age, had a marvellous escape of being run over by a train on the WesternYalleys line at Newbridge.The little ones by some means got on the line opposite Tycelyn House, the residence of Mr. J. T. Green, J.P., and while one sat on the metals of the up line, the other sat down on the four-foot. The child- ren were observed in this perilous position by Mrs. Green, who-at once sent a servant girl to arose them train being heard to approach at the time. The girl used all means to coax them away but failed. She could not readily get down the embankment, and seeing a train ap- proaching, she raised an alarm, whereupon a man named Lewis jumped the embankment, and had only just time enough to throw the children on to the down line when the train dashed past.

SHOCKING CRUELTY TO CHILDREN…

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MINERS' MEETING AT . CAERPHILLY.

MINERS'MEETING AT BEDWAS.…

—-*-â– -• PONTYPOOL POLICE…

MONDAY.

TUESDAY.

COMING-OF-AGE FESTIVITIES…

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TRESPASS IN SEARCH OP GAMJ2,

| ATTACKED BY A LUNATIC.

CHASE AFTER A NUDE LUNATIC.

ALLEGATIONS AGAINST CONSTABLES.

KILLED ON THE LINE.

IMINERS MEETING AT ,PONTNEWYNYDD.

THE MINERS' PROVIDENT SOCIETY.

JACQUES' LONG FAST.

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