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Follows Drunken Man Round…

"I Loved and Pitied Him."

Good Advice.

The Case for the Defence.

No Change four Years.

Llwynypia Collier Fatally…


Llwynypia Collier Fatally Injured. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned b a jury at the. Workmen's Institute, Llwynypia, on Friday, at an inquiry held by Mr. R. J. Rhys, coroner, concerning the death of Wm. Buckley, of 124, Miskin Road, T'realaw, who was killed on Tuesday at the Tylacoch Level, Treorchy. The evidence disclosed that deceased, who leaves a widow and two children, was in the act of taking a tram of rubbish from the face" to the tipping hole with Henry Edwards, with whom he had been working in partnership, when the tram ran wild and overtook deceased, who re- ceived fatal injuries. No blame was attached to anyone, the usual practice of spragging in such cases having been adhered to. Mr. J. Greenland Davies, H.M. Assistant Inspector of Mines, represented the Home Office;, Mr. G. Kirkhouse Jenkins (Messrs. Morgan, Bfuce, Nicholas, and James) appeared for the relatives; and Mr. Tom Evans, miners' agent, was present for the South Wales Miners' Federation.




Mid-Rhondda Y.M.C.A.

-------Porth Collegiate School.



IiAdams Details his Movements.