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.*******************! | SWANSEA…

"CHAPERONES."

Improvemsnt of Gower Ponies.

Snub for Winston Churchill,…

"FEAR THE WORST."

Japan's Finances Healthy.

HOW ENGLAND HELPED JAPAN.

Not Just Yet!

Swansea Assessments; Litigation…

Morriston Quoiters* Annual…

,-SWANSEA EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE.{

English Ex-M.P.'s Queer Death.

End of "John of Cowers

Swansea Salisbury Money Club.

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- ANTHRACITE TRUST PROSPECTUS,

WHAT SAYS BILL ADAMS?

MESSRS VIVIAN'S CAPITAL

Executed at Nineteen. !

Garrison Tragedy at Sheerness.

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---THAT FAMOUS DOCK,

i CHRISTMASTIDE.

-----:::: I NEATH NOTES. *

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Cwmbwrla Character's Tragic Fate. At Compass Inn, Cwmbwrla, Swansea, on Tuesday afternoon, an inquest was eld OIl tihte body of John Griffiths (41), a well-known figure in Cwmbwrla, who was picked up dead in an archway leading to the coke-ovens at the Cwmfelin Tdnplate Works on Sunday. Seth Phillips, 9, Carmarthen-road, Cwm- bwrla, said deceased was his brother-in-law, but he did not know if he ibad any fixe,] j abode. He was a tin-worker, and ot strong J constitution, but had given way to drmk, which was the cause of his roving disposd- tion. Witness last saw him alive on Satur- day w'ijen he was sober. J Isaac John Morgan, crane-driver at the | Cwmbwrla Works, last saw d<ceased aMve on Sunday noon. Deceased was in an arcii- way under a furnace, and wetness shouted to him to come out. Deceased answered "All right." Mr. Beardoe, of the works, produced a plan. Epliraim Schumach, 5, Pentre ^.styll-road, gasman, found the body about 3.30. He knew deceased well, and called, but receiving no answer, went down and d-scovered that Griffiths was dead. Deceased had been in the habit of geeng to the works. P.S. Charles Hill was called to deceased's body. 7J,d. was found dn the pockets. Dr\ T. Glasbrook Davies ma'e a post- I mortem- There was evidence of bronchitis, enlarged and fatty heart, and there was a val- vular°disease of the latter organ. Liver was also affected. Death was due to syncope, no èouLt accelerated by the place wihere he was found. The Coroner said it was clear that felloes of the class of deceased had a tendency to rove all over the works. It did the company no good, and perhaps Mr. Bardoe might have something to do. Mr. Beardoe :<t:d that was me of the principal reasons for his presence. To 1lte best of his ability he tried to ke?p all such people away, but 011 Sunday morning and sometimes at night the company we e greatly annoyed by tramps, whose habits were ilthy in the extreme. He would tell them of a case where he personally put out a man 'vho I was sleeping on a plank within a foot or so

IFISCAL MEETING IN BRYNMELIlf

Dumping on a Big Scale.

|Sudden Death in the Market.

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