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PEMBROKESHIRE GUN FATALITY. Mr Herbert J. E. Price, coroner, held an in- quest at Haverfordwest last week on Mr Joseph Huzzey, proprietor of the King's Arms IIotelt Dew Street, Haverfordwest, who was accidentally shot at Winsle Farm, Hasguard, on Tuesday afternoon. "William Phillips, of Winsle Farm, where the party were shooting, said all had guns with the exception of Mr Huzzey. A single partridge rose and Mr H. Rogers, of Haverford- west, brought it down. Mr Huzzey ran off for the bird, and witness then heard another report and saw Mr Huzzey fall. Deputy Chief Con- stable James Did Mr Huzzey do anything indiscreet ?-Yes, he ran on to fetch the partridge. In reply to other questions witness said that Mr Huzzey had been warned against that sort of thing. Mr Harry Rogers said he had warned the deceased not to run in front of the gun. I think he was more excited than anything else when he ran for the bird," added witness. The Coroner—You remember a partridge getting up ?—Yes, I shot the partridge. The Coroner-What did you do after that ?- I opened my gun to load again, and in closing it I heard an explosion. I did not know it was my gun that had gone off. Mr Harry James told me it was my gun, or else I should not have known it. Mr Phillips said, "A man is shot." I asked where, and then I saw Mr Huzzey on the ground. Witness added that the gun was in his hand when it went off, and he did not feel any recoil. The jury returned a verdict that the deceased was accidentally shot.

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