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ALLEGED SHOOTING AFFAIR IN…

A HAWARDEN OVERSEER FINED.

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. PETTY SESSIONS.

... URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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THE RECTOR INDIGNANT.

DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE…

THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT A RUABON…

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THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT A RUABON COLLIERY. On Saturday last Mr. Wynn Evans, th* coroner for East Denbighshire, held an inquiry at Cefn Mawr respecting the death of Price Evans, a collier, aged 36. Moses Roberts, a collier, stated that he was working with the deceased in the Wynnstay Colliery, Ruabon, oa Thursday. They were filling coal into the tubs or waggons, when a piece flew out from the • face,' struck the props holding up the roof, and knocked them down, A stone fell on the deceased and killed him. By Mr. Matthewa, Government Inspector of Mines for North Wales The piece of coal flew out with a report like the crack of a gun. W. Rowley, who was been working at the Wynnstay Colliery for 35 years, said he was with the last witness and the deceased when the accident occurred. Thers was a 'pluck' before the lump of coal flew from the 'face' and knocked the props down. The jury returned a verdict of accidental death.

. URBAN COUNCIL.