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LLANRHAIADR. INQUEST. The East Denbighshire coroner (Mr Wynn Evans) held an -enquiry at Efyl Rhyd, on Monday evening on the body of James Wynn Jerrold, aged fifty, a travelling tinker.—-Dr Kenrick Jones, of Llanrhaiadr, stated that he was called to see the deceased on Thursday evening. He found him lying on a mattress in a barn at the Efel Rhyd Inn. He was in convulsions, and appeared to be suffering great pain. On being questioned, the deceased said he felt as if the whole of his inside was on fire. He added that he had taken some spirits of salts in mistake. What the deceased had really taken was cloride of zinc, which tinkers used in their trade. It was a deadly poison, and the quantity taken was sufficient to kill any man. The deceased died about midnight of Thursday. The witness made a post-mortem examination of the body, and found that he had died from a cor- rosive and irritant poison.—The jury returned a verdict to the ci.oct that the deceased died from the effects of poison taken by mistake. L L AN GAD FAN. PARISH COUNCIL.—At the first meeting of the Parish Council held on Friday, the 19th ir.st., Mr Evan Evans, Cae'ncoed was elected chairman, and Mr David Davies, l'enybont clerk. —

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