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"TO GET ME THE LASH."

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I " ONCE BLOOD IS I SHED."

MUST TAKE SEA VOYAGE.

ISWANSEA GUARDIAN ,RESIGNS.

HAD HAD BULLET WOUND.I

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"THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS."

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I " ■ = j DEAD ON THE GRAIG,

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= DEAD ON THE GRAIG, SWANSEA DISCOVERY: PRAC- TICALLY SUDDEN DEATH." Mr. J. C. Morris, the borough coroner, held an inquest on Wednesday upon the body of Hugh Meyler Thomas, of no Sxed abode, who wa? found dead on the Graig on Tuesday evening, under circumstances already reported. Thomas Henry Thomas, 24, MarineN street, a dock labourer, said his brother wan- dered about, and was not regularly em- ployed anywhere. He did ordinary jobs about the town. Witness last saw him alive on Saturday night, when he gave him some money to get lodgings. Dr. Marks stated a postmortem disclosed there was recent double pneumonia. and fluid round the heart as a consequence. All the other organs were healthy, and de- ceased was well nourished. There were no marks of violence. The (ause of death waa pneumonia and heart failure. In answer to the coroner, witness said the pneumonia could be set up in about three days. He might have reached the spot and fell and died in about five minutes. It was practically a case of sudden death. If he had climbed the hill to the Graig, he could have died suddenly with his com- plaint. P.C. Andrew also gave evidence of find- ing the body. The clothes were dry, whicli showed the man had not been there long as it had been raining. The body was in a filtby condition. A verdict in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

"PROPHET OF WOMEN'S MOVEMENT."

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ICHURCH WORK ATI EASTSIDE.

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TWINS-BUT NO BOUNTY.

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