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MYSTEBIOPS FATAL EXPLOSIONI., At the inqueft at the Loyal Naval Hospital, Harilar, on George William Bugden, a pen- iioned artificer, who succumbed to injuries re- ceived from a boiler tube giboard the Fisguard training ship for hoy artificers, at Portsmouth, a verdict of "Accidental death." but there was no evidence to ohow the catutc of the tube bureting, was returned. Engineer-Lieutenant Oliver, who had made an investigation, said that one of the elements of the boiler was overheated, owing to a defi- ciency of water, and that the buret pipe was discovered by a water test. The tubee were cleaned iii. gecember, and wore in good condi- tion. He explained that in each element a boiler plug of lead was provided, which in case of overheating Yíouldwelt and act as a warn- ing, but in this case the tube was found intact atrer the accident. I; The coroner commented on the singularity at this fact, and expressed the hoge that in a further inquiry which was to be made by the naval authoritift thio circumstrf&ce would ro- ceive attention. —'

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