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SA TURDA Y, OCTOBER 2J,, 1903.

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A MISSILE IN THE SHAFT. Colliery Fitter's Mysterious Death. A fatal accident occurred at Blaensychan Colliery, owned by Messrs Partridge, .Jones, and Co., about 11 on Saturday. A fitter named John Keyes was, with the colliery manager, Mr Joseph Morgan, descending the shaft on top of the cage for the purposes of an examination, and on reaching the bottom something struck Keyes a violent blow on the head,instantly killing him. Up to the present the colliery officials have been unable to discover what it was that fell. Keyes leaves a widowed mother, two sisters, and two of his brothers.

FEARED LOSS OF A WELSH SHIP

FIRE AT A NEWPORT FOUNDRY.

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Her Body Found in a Park

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