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BARRY DISTRICT SCHOOL '4BOARD.

THE SUDDEN DEATH OF A SHIP'S…

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THE SUDDEN DEATH OF A SHIP'S OFFICER AT BARRY DOCK. A public inquiry was conducted by Mr E. B. Reece and a jury, of whom Mr H. L. Jones was foreman, at the Barry Dock Police Court, on Friday last, into the circumstances attending the death of Mr Joseph Edgeley, chief engineer of the steamship St. Fagan's, of Cardiff, who fell dead while engaged in conversation with Mr Frederick Moore, Park Place, Cardiff, superintendent engineer, in the smoke-room of the Barry Dock Hotel, on the previous Wednesday afternoon. Evidence of identity was given, and it was stated that deceased was 58 years of age, and lived with his wife and family at 23, Straitheirn-street, Car- diff, the circumstances of the sudden death being described, as already published in the Barry Dock News.—Dr Bray, of Barry Dock, attributed the cause of death to heart disease and the rupture of an artery, in the brain, the primary cause being apoplexy, the jury returning a verdict accordingly. I

ST. DAVID'S DAY AT BARRY.

BARRY DISTRICT TRADES' AND…

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