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MISSING POLICEMAN FRIOI DOWLAIS.

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MISSING POLICEMAN FRIOI DOWLAIS. IN A WRECK OFF WATERFORD. The missing policeman from Dowlais has been found, and if his disappearance was mysterious, his discovery is still more strange. For while his friends were scouring the country for him, Police-constable Philip Evans was on sea, but the ship was wrecked on Saturday, and had to put in to Waterford on Monday. Evans is a man of forty-eight, and his strange behaviour is accounted for by the statement that his mind is apparently unhinged. His discovery was made known on Monday morning by the following telegram from Waterford to Police-inspector Cooke, Dowlais:—"Philip Evans here; apparently un- hinged in mind; bottle of poison sold by Rees, chemist, in his possession. States he belongs to police Treharris. Arrived by steamship Pem- broke, wrecked yesterday. Is anything known of him? Will friends come to look after him?- Nicholls, G.W.R., Waterford." The Pembroke is one of the Great Western Railway Company's mail steamers from Milford to Waterford, and ran ashore on Saturday morning on Patrick's Bridge, a ridge of rocks between the North Saltee Island and the mainland. The passen- gers, amongst whom was Evans, and the mails were landed at Kilmore, County Waterford, by the steamer's boats and the Kihnore life- boat. A brother of Evans, living at Porth, has gone to Ireland to fetch him back. The com- rades of the constable at Dowlais had not. it appears, noticed anything strange in his demeanour.

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