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SWANSEA II. V. CARDIFF II.

I "A CLEAN SHEET."

-.I "KILLED AT SEN-GHENYDD."

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BURNT TO CINDER.I

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BURNT TO CINDER. I I BRITON FERRY BL A.ZE | I HORRIBLE DISCOVERY IN DEBRIS. A disastrous fire broke out on Satur- day mcrning at Sticklewen Farm, near Baglan, in the occupation of John David, the outbreak occurring in some farm buildings The Aberavon Fire Brigade were summoned to the scene, but they I failed, after determined efforts, to save I some of the buildings. One of the build- l ings, the cowshed, was completely gutted, and in searching the debris after the flames had been extinguished, the charred remains of a man were found, believed to be those of John Kennedy, an oetler of the Glenavon Colliery, near Cwmavon. It appears that Kennedy called at the farmhouse on Friday uight and was sent away, and it is assumed that he returned and slept in the cowshed with the fatal results stated. The origin of the fire must bh left to nnniectiire. I CLOTHES BURNT OFF BODY. I ine unfortunate man's clothes were chaired oil the body, and he was almost unrecognisable, hav-ing been practically burnt to a cinder. He is believed to have been a nativo of Cymmer. The police state that it was deceased's habit to proceed from the Cymmer dis- trict to the neighbourhood where the fire occurred, and he was addicted to sleap- ing-our. i

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MASHING THE KAISER'S DAUGHTER.

SEVEN CHILDREN FATHER. LESS.

ALL WHITES LOSE.

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I I THE WEATHER DEFIED.

THE MUMBLES " BURN-OUT."

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i SWANSEA'S " STACK - FAWR."