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SWANSEA. POLICE COURT.I

SWANSEA. Y.M.C.A.

INQUEST.

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INQUEST. On Saturday Mr. J. Viner Leeder, tr.c Borough Coroner, helcLan inquest on the body of John Campbell Shaw, a sailor, hail- ing from Belfast, 32 years of age, who died very suddenly on the Strand on Friday. Lane Wilton, landlord of the Blue Bell Inn, on the Strand, said deceased came to his house on Thursday week, end asked him to give him lodgings, as he was destitute, on account of having missed his ship, which bad gone from Cardiff to Glasgow. On Friday morn- ing witness found the deceased apparently in great pain. He had eaten two supper" the previous night, and was in the liable of drinking to excess. Witness administered restoratives, but deceased got no better, and died in about a quarter of an hour. Dr. Sullivan said he attributed death to syncope, accelerated by the drinking habits of the man, and fatty degeneration of the heart. The Coroner, in summing up, said that he thought Mr. Wilton should be very careful in supplying people who 3ame into his house in an intoxicated state. A verdict in accor- dance with the medical testimony was re- turned. turned.

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GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL

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THE I ATTAINMENT OF HAPPINESSJ

TRINITY CHAPEL LITERARY SOCIETY.

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