Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

21 articles on this Page

PARLIAMENTARY GOSSIP.J

-FOREIGN TRADE OF THE UNITED…

THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH -NEAR…

News
Cite
Share

THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH -NEAR SWANSEA. [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] The police bave apprehended James Harvey, of Llan- samlet-, oil a charge of murdering his wife. At the in- quest held last evening the evidence showed that ilse parties quarrelled on Saturday night, when the wife re- ceived a bfow which left a blue mark on the eye. She removed the furniture out of the house and slept at a neighbour's. They appeared to be reconciled on Sun- day. On Monday afternoon the neighbours not having seen the deceased, went into the house and found the woman in the bedroom in a bent position, her fists being clenched and her "tongue protruding. Mr. Davies, surgeon,* made a post mortem examination and found a mark on one eye, but thought the blow was not severe. The pain caused, acting on a feeble constitu- tion, might have caused death, as deceased was subject to fits. He attributed death to fatal syncope. The jury returned a verdict of Died from natural causes."

! - SWANSEA COUNTY COURT.

NEWPORT TOWN COUNCIL.

I—.. !BANKRUPTS.

Family Notices

[No title]

THE ALBERT,MEMORIAL IN HYDE…

[No title]

i MONEY MARKET.—TUESDAY;

; LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. —TUESDAY.

BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.- Mo-Mx-Y.

HAY AND STRAW MARKET.—TUESDAY.…

CORK BUTTER MARKET.—TUESDAY.

LONDON METAL MARKET. TUESDAY.

CARDIFF.

SWANSEA.

NEWPORT.

SHIPPING AND MAIL NEWS.

Advertising