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IFOUND DEAD IN A SHED

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I FOUND DEAD IN A SHED GRUESOME DISCOVERY AT A FARM NEAR COLWYN BAY. An inquest was held at Colwyn Bay, on Saturday, on the body of an unknown elderly man, wno was found dead in a field-shed on tne Dolwyd Farm, Mochdre, on Thursday. Mr. Hugh Evans, Mochdre, was foreman of the jury. The Coroner (Dr. J. R. Hughes) said this was one of many thousands oi cases of old people tramping about the country without means of subsistence. It yas a disgrace to any civilised community, and he thought they ia; Jr. not to be allowed to tramp about, but should be taken up for their own safety. David John Williams, Dolwyd, farm labourer, I said he saw deceased at Volwyd Farm on Sun- day, about 10 o'clock in the morning. He went up to the house and asked for something to eat. He had some bread) and butter, and then went out of the yard in the direction of the shed in the field, where he was found dead on the following Thursday. The shed wag used for keeping implements. As far as he knew, no one had been to the shed since Sun- day. Samuel Roberts, Dolwyd Farm, said that on Thursday morning at 10.15 he went to the shed and saw the old man lying there. He had no J clothes on him, only boots and stockings. Wit- ness went home and told his brother and the-,

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