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THE HEALTH OF BARRY. -

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HARVEST THANKSGIVING.

A WELL-KNOWN RHONDDA CASE.

MR CARNEGIE'S "GOSPEL."

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

THE FOOTBALL FIELD.

RUGBY.

SMALL-POX AT BARRY.

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Fatality at Dinas Powis. DEATH FROM FRACTURE. Dn Friday evening in last week Dinas Powis was the scene of an unfortunate occurrence, which resulted in the death of Mrs Elizabeth John, of El wick Cottage, wife of a greatly- respected resident, ex-Sergeant John, formerly of the Cardiff police force. In the afternoon of that day Mrs John had occasion to go into the cellar, and she was subsequently found by a neighbour named Mrs Pinfold lying at the bottom of the flight of stone steps in an uncon scious state. Dr Roch was summoned speedily, and ascertained that Mrs John had sustained a fracture of the base of the skull, from the effects of which injury she succumbed a few hours afterwards. It is presumed that she must have slipped and fell. The inquest was held at the residence (before Mr E. Llewellyn Reece, deputy-coroner) on Monday, when, after bearing this evidence detailed, the jury returned a verdict of "Acci- dental death." Mr T. Cram acted as foreman of the jury. The funeral took place on Tuesday, and was largely attended, the place of mterment being the pretty churchyard of St Andrew's. The cortege included several of the sergeant's former colleagues in the Cardiff police force. Rev H. Williams, rector of St Andrew's, most impres- sively conducted the service.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

80 PER CENT.

Barry School Board Finances.

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EDUCATION IN GLAMORGAN.

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