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ABERSYCHAN. SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT.—The Pentwyn Coke Ovens, above 50 in number, are being rapidly re- paired for lighting, after being out for about four years. About 12 ovens out of the 50 have been lit, and the others will be set going as soon as they are ready for work. Another furnace has been blown in, which makes four in blast; but on Sunday one of the four got out of repair, and had to be blown out, so that only three are now going. SERIOUS ACCIDENT.-On Monday afternoon, a workman named John Screen, employed at Mr W. B. Witchell's shoe manufactory, met with an ac- cident through which his life is still in danger. He inadvertently went too close to a machine which was in motion, when his clothes were caught by some of the revolving parts of the machinery, and he was drawn in. The machine was at once stopped, and the unfortunate man rescued from his perilous position. Dr Mulligan was soon in attendance, and it was found that although no bones were broken. Screen had received very seri- ous injuries to his side, and it is possible he may be suffering from internal injuries as well.

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