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CHILDREN'S COUGHS.

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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Glamorgan Rifle Association,

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Poisoned by Mackerel, Tho inquest was held at Whitchurch on Friday on W;n. Lewis Palmer four year old child of Palmer, a farm ^aihff, who died on Thursday from ptomaine poisoning. The child's father said he bought some mackerel at Cardiff J' ishmarket on Thurs- day last, and had a meal of it on Good Fri- day. The chddren and two others were then seized with vomiting and diarrhoea. Medical evidence 6Md it was a clear case of ptomaine poisoning. Mr. A. F. Ashton, the fishmonger from wnora Palmer procured the fish, said he re- ceived the fish on'Thursdav, the 20th they were despatched on the 19* h, and ap; eared to be good, fresh, wholesome fish, and he had sold 400 without any complajnta. I The jury returned a. verdict of "Death! fro m ptomaine poisoning," and expressed the belief that the fish was not diseased wben it left the stall.

Port Talbot Landlord Convicted.

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Hundred and Seven Years Old.

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King Edward in France.

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Fish Stolen at Swansea,

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Swansea Trams: First Week's…

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