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SHIP AND MAIL NEWS.

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COLLIERS' STRIKE AT RHYMNEY.

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CARMARTHEN" LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT.—A most distressing and fatal accident occurred in a hay-field, belonging to Mr. H. Norton, of Greenhill, Carmarthen, last Saturday evening. An engine-fitter named Richard Johnson, in the employ of a Bristol firm, was engaged at Mr. Norton's brewery, and happening to go into the field to assist the haymakers, was asked to go on the rick, where he commenced playing j with a' yountr woman, aill *botil inmediatelv fEn to the earth, a distance of 8 or 9 feet. The unfortunate man fell upon his head, the young woman falling upon him, and when Mr. James Rowlands, surgeon, arrived soon afterwards, he was found to be in a state of complete col- lapse. The accident happened about six o'clock, and the poor fellow was conveyed to his lodgings in Fraiicis street, where he expired abeut a quarter to twelve. An inquest was held on Monday evening, at the Guildhall, before Mr. J. Hughes, coroner, when a verdict of Aeci- dental death" was returned. Deceased was about i2 years of age. and leaves a widow and two children to mourn his untimely. BOROUGH QUARTER e Recorder (Mr. J. Johnes, Dolaneothi), accompanied-by Mr. J. R. Barker, Clerk of the Peace, attended at the Shi re-hail yesterday, j and when the usual formalities had been disposed of, there being no prisoner for trial, the Chairman briefly ad- dressed the Grand Jury, congratulating, t.he.m upon the absence of crime from the bcroucrh sir ct t -hiniiig of 1870.

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THE DOUBLE MURDER IN fiERMONDSEY.

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