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THE POLICE 'ANfiUAL'I

LLANELLY "WANTS TO KNOW."…

"BRANCH AT SWANSEA."

BY LIFE-LINE,i

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"HAPPY AUGURY. 1 I

TO EVADE DEBT.I

MUMBLES VICAR'Sj FATHER.

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SUDDEN DEATH AT CWMBWRLA.I

"MAN OvEnBOARD. lop1

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"MAN OvEnBOARD. lop I SWANSEA BO'SUN'S END. DROWNED OFF MOROCCO COAST. When the steam trawler Picton Castio arrived at the South Dock. Swansea, on Sunday, the captain reportEd having lost ovierboaird Ms bo'sun, Thomas Nightingale, on Tuesday last, whilst trawling off the coast of Morocco. Despite every effort to find him, he was never seen again. Captain W. H. Fletcher, the skipper of i-ho Picton Castle, in an interview with a "Da.ily Post" reporter, said he was trawl- ing off the Mlorocco coast about 1.30 a.m., and Nightingale and a third deck hand we'-e on watch,, th-e former being in charge. Ail a/t once the third dedk baa-kd shouted out that the bo'sun was in the water. The skipper caned aU hands on deck. They could I HEAR THE MAN'S SHOUTS. but it was so dadt they could not. eee any- thing. "I got on the bridge (continued the captain) arid put the engines astern. In tha meaoitime the lifebuoys were thrown over board. A look-out was kept up for hows without success." Another member of the crew said the bo sun was doing something with the awn- ing, or sails, at the time, nd stood on the warp which is used for ham line in the tmaw 1. The sea was not rough, and the only notice I they had that, anything was wrolig was the fhoutinc cf the ma.n as he went over the ride. He bpJiered the vessel must given a lur,-h. Nichtinigale is raid to be a native of Stear- borough. The depositions of the c.i.otain -and crew were taken by the Board of T;nde I officials on Monday morning.

"MORALLY AND MATERIALLY."i…

[ "SATISFACTORY ALL j ROUND."-1…

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.

LOCAL DANCES.I

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EDGAR EVANS'S MOTHER.I

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