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CHILD MURDER CASE AT ABERCYNON.…

ACCUSED BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.

WELSH CENTRAL BOARD

ABERYSTWITH PAUPER'S DEATH.

..--CARDIFF ST. DAVID'S DAY…

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PROPOSED PURCHASE OF CARDIFF…

SUICÏDEAT SKETTY.

ASSAULT ON THE HIGH SEAS.

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IiLA.N'DAFF MYSTEB* ik" SOLVED.…

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IiLA.N'DAFF MYSTEB* ik" SOLVED. X IDENTIFICATION OF ø DECEASED. k ———— fg Mr. Charles Cross and his sister. > came down to Cardiff from the k day, and on Saturday morning Llandaff, w'here thsy saw oertain of the person who was found deadfpa Wood's house at Llandaff last Moo^WjjT | The greater portion of the things be' toe deceased were at Cardiff Pol''I rj ljuj but from what they saw but little doubt in their ftp that the deceased was their brotheftj 1^4 name was William Cross, and who ^<5 jCS1 engineer on a North Country boat. k IVr little time past he has been out of effP yj fj ar.d Mr Charles Cross acoounts for My ( sence in South Wales by the fact ^r, IS-1 came to Cardiff to look for a boat. *%{ ftl J».L ■well-educated perron, about 30 year? Jrfo and was in excellent health. The cannot account for his strange doiOffS^ v WwPake's, except by the fact that Jt "bluff" that lady. K Ine relatives of tho deceased cent upon the matter, and for some refused to say anything. We learH) that deceased was most respectably. • 1 and, it is stated, was the son of a, L the Inner Temple. Upon consulting w? 1897, we Sndthat there is a tf of the same name as deceased—Mr-- Cross, of 3, New-suare, j this gentleman is the father of the not can ortfy be surmised from the k the relatives. Late inquiries 6hoW *2^ fcbyj deceased's brother 'lives at U sk-street-jj C*. in Yorkshire, and his sister, who J- him to Llandaff, has been for past staying with vj« 1 at Lincoln It is, probably this fact that the deceased visit Uandaff, for the friends with Smi Cross is staying have c-Mldreo. oh V K^Vand h » possible that 'Vi, diff. Deceased came to Cardiff Ptr, otfj Country boat. The brother refu8^ t > nam", but said it not h>nt Q It seems when he arrivad he 6 S ostrich feathers home with an intiw^y. he was writing on the following letter, however, was received. 9Jhht made hie head-quarters at Wbitby England. The brother told our repj^ there was no doubt in his mind • io Mr. Charles Cross and Miss Cross rJvjj o Whitby at mid-day on Saturday. i less to 6tate that both were greaw «, bv the s«d occurrence. ntf i Superintendent Giddings, of the1 C< '• v Division, told one of our & dece-ised's brother, L^harles Cross, a at "Whitby, with his sister, came to Saturday morning, and identified and effects of deceased as those of tbp1^ jW. 1 (ecen.sed leaving a clue as to his forfl,e gtlP^\|/ residence, and that of his tendent Giddings oommunicated j oonf-'tablo of York, who, ascertaining^ brother and sisters had left, wired, d W'oitby. The relatives having id. clothes and effects returned home. onlv came from see recently. j/ "■ v From another source we gather. ™ father of the deceased wa^ a ban*^ v tising on the Northern Circuit, who "i CV- years ago. when about to be prom0 Oi county-court judgeship. He left a gcfiMk five children, of whom only | Whitby, who is a banker's clerk- i daughter, who ia at present residing n coin, ai'e alive. j DEPARTURE OF MR v There was a numerous and gathering of teachers, members of tb board, and general public of tlie W at Holton-road Schools. Barry V?# M' V Mondny, under the ohairman-. K Mr. I. Higman, headmaster of the boy^-jjejtfJ O* ment of Holton-road Schools, and VI the Barry District Association of h Union of Teachers, the occasion being? additionally interesting by the vj an eitremefly handsome, costly, it rately-worked album, containing a KJ minated address, which, after V higheat appreciation for Mr. Whif1,jJit on to gay:—"It is of interest to note firat Visit to Barry was in October, 1' ^0*^ the only school then in existence was ton, with an accommodation for 73; -cjrU. now (1897) the Barry School Boar^^jji^i V contains fire schools in twelve dePf^p. iT'' V with acoomimodatioo for 4,977 includes an estimated pofpuflation °*ijptrZi Then foUowed the signatures of the 5L and mistre«8eB and members of thej V staffs at Cadoxton, Barry, HoJtwnjy^#^)' I Romilly-road board sohools, with S> I 0 Roman Oath olio School (Barry ■. Jjj Eulogistic addree-sqs were delivered chairman, with Mr. J. Lowdon, J man of the school board; Dr. P. J- Y drtft J.P., on be-half of the Roman OaithoJ^ Wp and other gentlemen, the miade by Miss E. Y. Llewellyn, mis*r g^^ » iiifante'* depai-tmenrt of Holton-rca*1 tha oldest head teacher of the girl* the district, and Mr. Whatmdll mflo" response.

PEOVINCIAIi KEWSPAPSS? ^ LONDON".…

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