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ITRE OF FAME! I i

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11FIRE AT DRYMMA

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DEAOLt FLANNELETTE.i

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DEAOLt FLANNELETTE. i Mr. Lewis M. Thomas held an inquest at Aberavofn on Mary Ann Morgan, the five-year-old child of Wm. Morgan, 20, Angel-street, now serving in France, who was burnt to cfe&th on Sunday morning. Margaret Ann Morgan, the mother, said ahe lighted the fire and put the blower up, putting the guard in front of the fire. She went to her grandmother's as she had no butter for breakfast. When she. returned in a few minutes the child was buxrii. The Coroner said that according to the evidence there was no neglect on the part of the mother, and a verdict of "Acciden- taJ Death U was returned. He added, how- over. that it was the old story of the fla.nnelette danger. Commenting upon the number of chil- dren burnt to death, the Coroner made it known that if he found that death was attributable to the neglect of the parents he would take a verv serious view of it.

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SWANSEA BAKER'S OFFENCE.

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BURRYPORT AFFRAY. I

ACCIDENT AT CLYDACH WORKS.…

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