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NEWS IN BRIEF

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NEWS IN BRIEF BY TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH TO-DAY The National Relief Fund to-day reached a total of t-t,(;75,000. There was a shortage of lfowers at the Swansea Market to-day. Good prices were 5btained for the limited supply of blooms available. The Borough Coroner has been noti- ced of the death of iUoliard Davies (65), 3-f the Manselton Hotel, who was found II dead in bed on Saturday morning. A verdict of natural causes was re-i turned at to-(layJs inquest on the body of Jane Thomas (58), 3, Gorse-road, | Cwmbwrla, who died on Thursday last. The death occurred to-day at Leicester' of Mr. Clement Edwin Stretton, the well known railway consulting engineer, at the age of 65 years. I Fifteen members, most Republicans, have introduced into the Italian Cham- ber of Deputies a resolution inviting the Government to explain its policy clearly to Parliament and the country. The death occurred on Saturday morn- tng (I fter a brief illness of Mrs. Saunders, Burnham-strect, Swansea. Deceased, who succumbed to pneumonia, was about 50 years of age, and had kept a stall at the I Swansea Market for the last 20 years. The death is announced of Mrs. C-ole- brook. 28. Vincont-street, Swansea, mother of Mr. Christopher Colobrook, of; tho Swansea Market. Deceased, who was 87 years of age, had been unwell for a long time Hereford Prison, built in 1776 at a cost of cl8,6W, is to be closed on March 1. It accommodates Herefordshire and Radnor- shire prisoners, but of late women prisoners have been lodged nt Worcester Prison. In the last decade the number of prisouers has decreased to a remarkable I »xtpnt. The prison is likely to be used for another purpose by the Government.

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