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iv, FISHGUARD.

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iv, FISHGUARD. ANOTHER ACCIDENT FROM A VICIOUS BULL.-Our neighbourhood seems to be coming unpleasantly noto- tious for vicious cattle. Last week we had to record the death of a man though injuries received from a bull. This week we regret to say we have to report another tad accident from a similar cause, which it is feared will result in death again. The melancholy occurrence happened at Trecwn on Tuesday week. It appears the poor fellow, whose duty it was to attend to the cattle, was in the act of chaining the bull to his post, when the savage brute turned round and attacked him, knocked him down and trampled on him, and finally tossed the Poor unfortunate man into the yard, where he was seen by a child who gave the alarm. The poor fellow was speedily rescued and brought to Pendwble. Mr Wathen, Who was immediately sent for, discovered that the man had his collar bone and three ribs severely fractured, in addition to several severe injuries of an internal nature. We are informed that the poor sufferer lies in a' very precarious state. Mr Barham immediately gave orders to have the beast destroyed, which was carried into effect the same day.

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