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SIRIOUS CHARGE OF 10DNDIKG…

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Y GOLOFN GYMREIG.

GRAND CONCERT AT TONYPANDY.

I THE RHONDDA LIBERALS AND…

THE FATAL ACCIDENT A.T YNYSFEIO…

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THE FATAL ACCIDENT A.T YNYSFEIO COLLIERY. INQUEST AT TYNEWYDD. An inqnest was held at the Welcome Home Inn, Treherbbi t, touching the death cf Nicholas Lewis, who was injured in the Ynysteio Colliery on the 11th of Fel ruary. The coroner for the district presided at the nauirv. Edward Lewis, father of deceased, said his son lived with him at 7, Eleanor street, Treherbert. He was in his 22nd year, and died on the 14th inst. He had been ill five weeks, end was daily attended by a doc- tor. He was woiking with him. He was throwing rnbfcish, ai d a stone, a yard long and weighing about half owt., fell on him. He remained in the pit for two hours after. He bad bimsalf been trying the top, but it gave way all at once. It was about three yards from the lace. There was any amount of timber to he bad if they wanted it. The stone struck him on the flfit, so that his bead was not cut by it. Mr Alfred William White, surgeon, assistantto Dr. Warburton, said be attended deceased. Found him sctfering from bruise of the bead. At first there ap- peared to be nothing else. He was unhealthy. A tnmour formed on and ney|the seat of the bruise, and inflammation set in. "Were were signs of blood poisoning. The cause of dertb, be should say, was suppuration beneath the skull, with blood poisoning. The tumour, no doubt, was the result of the injury. If he bad been healthy he thought very likely the bruise would not have proved serious. Verdict—"Died from accidental injuries to the head by the fall of a, stone."

THE OCEAM COLLIERY AND THE…

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7-0 CORRESPONDENCE.

GOOD TEMPLARY.

LLANTRISANT SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

To thp, Etlitor of the

"A FOOTBALL CORRECT CON,"

A CLERGYMAN CONVICTED OF FORGERY.

-------A ROMANTIC-MINDED YOUTH.

A FORTUNE-TELLER SENT TO PRISON.

THE SWANSEA MURDER.

A TARDY HONOUR.

EXCITING SCENE ON A LONDON…

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RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY.|

To the Editor of the "Chronicle."

To the Editor of ths "Chronicle."

SHOCKING FATALITY at PENYGRAIG.

BREACH OF THE TRADES MARKS'…

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PONTYPRIDD MAGISTRATES AND…

.ROCKING STONE LODGE OF IVOR-ITE,…

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