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DEATH OF A GORSEINON MILL I SUPERINTENDENT. A lie death took place at his residence, Angorfa, Alexandra-road, Gorseinon, oi Jir. Thomas Harris (late of Mansciton), bar mill superintendent, Grovosend Steel Works, took place. Mr. Harris was taken ill on Saturday evening with paralysis. Before coming to Grovesend Mr. Harris liad been in the seivice of the Cwmbwrla Steel Works Company for over H2 years. He was a deacon at Siloam, Pentre Estyll, and a Sunday School teacher, one of his former pupils' boi ig the Rev. J. Verncn Lewis, now of Liverpool. Mr. Harris was a Rechabite, and a well-known member of the Steel Smelters' Union. He was 68 years of age. The funeral took place on Monday at Mynyddbach. Deceased leaves a widow, I one daughter, and five sons.

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