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STREET FATALITY AT CARDIFF. A BARRY LADY RUN OVER. About 6.30 on Monday evening, while crossing to the G.W.R. Station, Cardiff, Mrs Harriett Andrews, of Khartoum House, Court-road, Barry Dock, was knocked over by a hansom and sus- tained injuries, from which she died while being conveyed to the local Infirmary. The police do not attribute any blame to Thomas Arthur Moise, the diiver. Mrs Andrews was the mother of Mis Pockett, of Khartoum If -use, with whom she re- sided. Both Mr and Mrs Po kett left for Cardiff immediately they had been made acquainted of the sad affair by the police. Deceased had gone to Cardiff on business, and her retul n was expected at the time tbe sad news was brought. At the inquest at Cardiff on Tuesday, the jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death," and absolved the driver from all blame. Mr Lloyd Meyrick watched the case on behalf of the cab- man, Thomas Arthur Morse, instructed by the Cabdrivers' Society.

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