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The Lower Town Mystery.


The Lower Town Mystery. Supposed Corpse Sighted. There now appears, unfortunately, to be little doubt that the Solva sailor, Gwynne Martin- whose mysterious disappearance was recorded in our last issue-has met with his death by drowning. It now transpires that the story of the picking up of the boat by a launch near the power- house at 10.30 p.m. on the Wednesday-is with- out foundation, its actual discovery and salvage being effected by Mr David Lewis, of Penslade, at 5.55 a.m. the following day, in the vicinity of the lifeboat slip. On Monday evening the sailing vessel 'Fame,' of Bridge water, entered the Lower Town har- bour at about 6 o'clock, and the captain repor- ted having, when outside Penanglas, seen a body drifting out to sea, but, owing to the strong wind which prevailed, he had been unable to make any effort to recover it. It is presumed that this must have been the body of the unfortunate man.

May Day at Goodwick.

Alleged Theft at Scleddy.

Llywydd Mawr y Mor. -