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. Mountain Ash Easter Vestry.

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PENRHIWCEIBER. EASTER VESTRY.—The Rev. J. R. Jones. vicar, presided at the Easter Vestry meeting held at St. Winifred's Church on Wednesday evening last. The accounts showed that the sum of £5õ3 was collected in the parish during the year. It was unanimously decided to pro- ceed with the extension of the Parish Hall im- mediately. Mr. George Matthews was re-ap- pointed vicar's warden, and Police* Sergeant Bryer people's warden. The following were elected parochial lay representatives:—Messrs. William Morris, Beorge Bryant. J. J. Carr, George Matthews, and P.S. T. 'J. Bryer. ACCIDENT.—Whilst some some children were playing near the boxing ground, a little lad. named Jacky Haynes, aged six years, son of Mr. Henry Haynes, 118, Quarry-road, wander- ed away. and fell over a quarry belonging to Messrs. Cory Brothers, a distance of 48 feet. Had the poor lad not struck a large boulder, which broke his fall, he would undoubtedly have been killed. Mr. John Picton (the "Merthyr Express" correspondent) and Mr. Thomas Stonaway, Sunny Bank, were inform- ed of the accident, and immediately ran to the spot. A little fellow, whose name could not be ascertained, tried to carry the unfortunate boy, but failed, and he was conveyed to his home by Messrs. Picton and Stonaway. Dr. Davies, assistant to Dr. R. W. Jones, was sent for, and he found that the lad had sustained a fractured thigh and severe internal injuries. besides severe scalp bruises. Both arms were also sprained. Later in the evening the boy was conveyed, to the Mountain Ash Cottage Hospital by Messrs. Birch. Mainwaring, Crisp, and other members of the local Ambulance Brigade. He still lies in a precarious condi- tion. At the base of the quarry where the lad feHs, lies the body of a shepherd's dog, and it is supposed that the fellow went to the .T-=, -1"

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