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THE PANORAMA. .

OGMORE PENSIONS COMMITTEE.

FATAL ACCIDENT AT MAESTEG.

A NANTYMOEL SENSATION. ♦

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A NANTYMOEL SENSATION. ♦ ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. A sensation was caused at Nantymoel on Wednesday evening when it was reported that Mr. Sidlney George Adams. aged 30, of Ogwy- street, had' made an attempt on his life by cutting his throat with a razor. Mr. Adams was missed during the afternoon, and his brother found him in the stable at the back of the premises lying en the ground uncon- scious with h:s throat cut and a razor lying at his side. Dr. D. J. Thomas was at once summoned and attended to the injured man. The windpipe had been severed. but fortun- ately the large arteries had escaped injury. Mr. Adams had lost a large quantity of blood, and had he not oeen discovered would soon have bled to death. Dr. Thomas inserted a number of stitches in the wound, and the patient now lies at his home iir Ogwy-street in a very weak condition from loss of blood. The sad affair has evoked widespread sym- pathy. as Mr. Adams belongs to a family long established in the district and held in the highest respect. Some vearsago he went to South Africa, and remained there until about 12 months ago, when he returned and opened business as a grocer at Nantymoel.

COLONEL GASKELL'S GAME. .

AIR RIFLE SHOOTING.

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BRIDGEND AND DISTRICT RUGBY…

HOCKEY.

BILLIARDS.

CGMORE AND GARW SCHOOLS »

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LLANTWTT MAJOR

PORTHCAWL.

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TONDU & ABERKENFIG.

PGNTYCLUN.

PONTYCYMMER.

MAESTEG.

PONTYRHYL.

GILFACH GOCH.

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