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MR PUGH AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

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LOC&.L AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT AT LLAN-DYSSIL.

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LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT AT LLAN- DYSSIL. TWO PERSONS KILLED. On Wednesday night, between ten and eleven o'clock, a shocking carriage accident occurred by when Mr John Jones, registrar of the Swansea County Court, and the governess in his family were killed, aad Mrs Jones and their two sons (twins) were so badly injured that their lives are despaired of. Mrs Jones, the boys, and governess were returning home from Aberystwyth by train, in company with two sons of Judge B. T. Williams, one of whom is in Mr Jones's office, and at New Quay Road they were met by MrJone?,who had his carriage in waiting to convey his family home to Gelly. Near the Porth Hotel there is an awkward turning, and the road is narrow and steep, and after making the ascent the horse, it appears, made a start down the incline very rapidly, the result being that the carriage was upset and smashed to pieces. The governess met with an instantaneous death, and Mr Jones died in a few hours after the sad occurance. All of them were at once removed to the Porth Hotel, where the injuries of Mrs Jones and the two children were found to be very serious. The deceased gentleman, who was about 50 years of age, was very highly respected through out the county. -At one time he was registrar of the Aberaeron County Court, but was after- wards appointed registrar of the Swansea Court, and Mr Griffith Jones, Aberystwyth, succeeded him at Aberaeroa. He was a Unitarian, and a Liberal, and took an active interest in all public movements.

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