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CHILD MURDER CASE AT ABERCYNON.…

ACCUSED BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.

WELSH CENTRAL BOARD

ABERYSTWITH PAUPER'S DEATH.

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ABERYSTWITH PAUPER'S DEATH. The circumstances attending the sad death of Cbas. Thomas, a pauper, who died within a few hours cf his admission to. Aberystwith Workhouse on a tecent date, were agajn brought to the notice of the ciiirdiADS at the meeting of the board held on Mon- day bv a further letter, addressed bv Tom Bubb, of Pa'lmerstone-RTOve, Wimbledon, Surrev, "the lea<lfr of one of the largssb Trades Unions in the United Kinc- di-vn." Tn the cov-se of h's lengthy epistle the writer rirevested against the autocratic manner in which his first, letter was rewived, and honed thev had not caught the- Penrbyn feTer in Aberystwith The writer in conclusion, commented upon the conduct of the relieving officer, and asked, "fA it not the duty of a. relievinsr officer, in any case coming under hig notice, to Faiilfv himself that it is a. proper case for admission into the house, and not leave tickets for anybody 'o call for them at public-houses?" He also asked for a replv to his request fo:- an inquiry. so that he should know what- course to pursue.—Mr. Salmon re- marked that the writer of the letter was a more suitable candidate for a lunatic- asylum than the office he was supposed to hold,-The board allowed the letter to lie on the table.

..--CARDIFF ST. DAVID'S DAY…

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ASSAULT ON THE HIGH SEAS.

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IiLA.N'DAFF MYSTEB* ik" SOLVED.…

PEOVINCIAIi KEWSPAPSS? ^ LONDON".…

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