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CONFERENCE AT MERTHYR ON EDUCATION.

RADNORSHIRE ASSIZES.

.-THE REPRESENTATION OF CARDIGANSHIRE.

THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO WALES.

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i 2. J V .\â fJ DRUNKEN JURYMEN.. 'a. On Saturday afternoon Mr A. Braxton Hicks went to the Star and Garter, Church- road, Battersea, for the put pose of holding an inquiry into the death of William Harries, aged 78 years, a carpenter, who had died at 34, Castle-street, Battersea. Not only did the jury put in an appearance half an hour after the time mentioned on their summonses, but several of them were the worse for drink. The coroner merely took evidence of identi- fication so as to enable him to issue his order for the burial of the body, and then peremp- torily adjourned the inquest, remarking that he was compelled to adopt that course because the number of gentlemen who were sober was not sufficient to proceed with case. He added that it was disgraceful that gentlemen should come in such a state to hold a serious inquiry involving important issues. One or two of the sober jurors strongly condemned the con- duct of the offenders. ?

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