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THE WELSH PRESS

ANFIESEA'S NEW CHIEF CONSTABLE.

p ATlIETIC LETTER OF A SUICIDE.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. a

THE AFFAIRS OF MB. LLOYD LOUGHEB.

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THE AFFAIRS OF MB. LLOYD LOUGHEB. Mr. Daniel Lloyd Lougher was publiclj examined at Cardiff Bankruptcy-court on Tuesday by Mr. T. H. Stephens, official receiver^' (before Mr. Registrar Langley).—Debtor stated; that he bad started life as a miller with his; father. He was in that business about twenty; years, during which time over a million ofi money had passed through his hands. When hai gave up the business of miller he had ma.de suffi-i cient to live retired. After that he went into a colliery speculation, and in that' undertaking he lost all his money, and also that of his brother. The books were in London having been taken there in connection with a case in the Chancery Division which had bee e going on for six or seven years. He had lo that action for reasons which he would not likq to explain.—Mr. Scott. (Messrs. Morgan and Scott) applied that the examination be closed^ and, the Official Receiver agreeing, the applh cation was acceded to.

AFFAIRS OF A LOCAL COAL AGENT.

STRANGE ACT OF A SOLDIEB.

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