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.EXIT, THE SWANS.I

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NEATH SERVANT'S DEATH.

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NEATH SERVANT'S DEATH. EMPLOYER'S DISTRESSING I DISCOVERY. RESULT OF POSTMORTEM I EXAMINATION. Coroner Outhbertson held an inquiry at Neath on Friday into the ei:rm-unista -aces con- nected with the deaiih of Olive Brinkwarth, aged 22, domestic sorvant in the eanploy oi Mr. W. II. Saeliai-d Raes, estate augient and auctioneer, 10, Cadaxton-road, Neath. The young woman was found dead in bad by Mir. Rees late on WIOOny night. Lottie Williams said the deceased, her .sister, haod been in service several years. Witness expected her to come to OruLLwyn last Wednesday ntorniinig, and sent to the train to meet her. John Henry Davies, 17, Windsor-road, called at Mr. house at 10.30 on Wed- nesday morning. He was soliciting orders, and saw Olive Brdnkwotrtth, who answered him from the top etorey window (Which she opened) at tale back of the house. She toilid him that nothing was required that day. Wm. H. Sheliard Rees toM the coroner deceased had been in his aearvice for aibout a year and nine months. He, Lrs. Rees, and their daughter left the hotuse at 9.30 on Wednesday morning. At that time he be- lieved deceased was in the kitchen. She HAD BEEN GIVEN THE DAY OFF. i Mrs. Rees and her diaugjiter returned at I noon, and witness just after one o'clock. The dooins were locked, and they naturally comduded that Olive had gone away for the day as had been intended. In tha morning the girl seemed very bright and quite well. After lundh they went out again, returning in the eveminig. At 11.15 p.m. there was no sign of tihe girl, and witness visited the servant's bedroom and saiw deceased lying there in night att-ire. Obe appeared to be quite dead. Witness immooiatcly tele- phoned for a doctor. Dr. Llew. Lewis said that the girl had been dead prohaibl-v six or seven houns when lie saw the body on W'cdfn.es<!a.y nigih/t. He made a POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION. I He found tihait there was an iraternai ulaer, and death was ditie to shook caused by its rupture eeting up acute peritonitis. The jury returned a verdict accordingly.

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