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YAYNOH PARISH MEETING.

DIED IN THE TRAIN.

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DIED IN THE TRAIN. On Saturday afternoon (writes our Treliarris cores- pondent), an old gentleman arrived at Quakers' Yard Junction Station, with the4.30 o'clock up Taff, appar- ently in adyin< £ condition. He was conveyed from the train to a waiting-room, hut expired in a few minutes afterwards. He had a railway ticket from Llwynypia to Quakers' Yard in his possession, and it was thought by this fact that his destination must be Treharris. Enquiries were made, wiÍh the result that the body was conveyed to the house of Mrs. Davies, 5, l'enii- street, his married daughter.—On Monday evening an inquest was held on the body at the Police-station, before Mr. R. J. Rhys, coronwr, when it transpired that deceased was Mr. James Lewis, a colliery labourer, of Tonypandy, Rhondda. A son of deceased said his father was 76 years of age, and latterly he suffered from fits. He was taken ill at Pontypridd, and must have been dying on his way up. He had always enjoyed good health up to a month ago.-After hearing the medical and other evidence, the jury, of whom Mr. Edwards. Fernhill, was fore- man, returned a verdict of Death from natural causes."

MERTHYR COUNTY COURT.

I TIIE NEW J.P.'S. a

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. j

RIIOINEY RAILWAY BILL.

MERTHYR GUARDIANS. Jtf