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P AINFU LLY~S (TBDEH "XVE'A 13. f On jji^dtty. (Jpsfarday) at the Bogrd-rpom, Town Hall, an inquest was held before W. Davies, Eeq. (coroner), touching the deat)1 pf Mr John Davies, which event; took place in a sudden banner oil Wednesday evening last. The deceased Wag a gardener by trade and had for many years been employed at Bryn- eion he was about 60 years of age, and had the appearance of a, healthy and strong man. On the day in question it appears that he was engaged removing furniture from his house *.n Back-Qneeti-street to another in Crescent- road. The following wore sworn r s thu jury Messrs A. Maltby, foreman; R. Samman, Bodfor-street J^Parry Joues, Golden Glove Edward Jldwards, North Wales Hotel John Lowe, Li^Wpool Arms James Dowell, Wel- lington road; Janjfcs Walker, Wellington-road; M. Davies, Royal Oak; J. Williams, blacksmith Wellington-road Thos. Owen, Vaughan- street Thomas Foulkea, Abbey-street Wm. Daniels, Abbey-street Timms, Abbey-street. The jury having viewed the body, the i allowing evidence,jra* t^ken Mr Thorn an Hughes. 35, Abbey street, stated that :oft: Wednesday evening, about 8 o'clock, as he was proceeding from his house, and crossing the square, towarda Bedford- street, he saw a man, driving a hand-cart aontai&ftfcf WdtoV fkVrritare. Bfe VaW the man' Cropping between the shafts, and at onoe ran to his assistance. With the assistance of the deceased's wife, he picked him ap. The man- gave one heavy sigh, and died without utter ing a word. He was conveyed to No. 12, Crescent Road, arid ^WaB laid, down on the parlour floor. Medical assistance was sent 'G' le to and Summerbill f,)r, and Doctors ird a ne arrived soon after*ar After exani,n ,Xti??g the body, they pronounced life to? be, i -t. P., (witness) was not acquainted with the r.^nncLBod nrevionslv. P.O. John'e deposed--4o-- receiving in^ structions to proceed to No. 12, Crescnt Road. He went 'aiid 'therefotiiid the dead body of John Davies. He had known the deceased for some years. By trade he was a gardener, and worked at Bryntirion. He (witness) believed that the deceased'was a steady man at all- times, and witness had satisfied himself that death was not caused by any unfair means. The deoeased was 63 years of age last birth- day. The jury having consulted, without clearing the room, returned a verdict of death from tural oauses.

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