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SHINDY ON THE I CYRANO,

IFOWL PECKED HER.

DEAD BESIDE HER CHILDREN.

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DEAD BESIDE HER CHILDREN. BELGIAN LADY'S PATHETIC; END. The funeral tooli place it. the Danygraift Cemetery of Madame Octavie de Cleyn, -who died under very sad circumstances at No. 40, Trafalgar-terrace, on Saturday last. Deceased was a Belgian lady, the wife of the chief engineer of the s.s. Henri Gerlingcr, which frequently trades to Swansea. She was only Z8 years of age, an dwas found dead in bed with her two litlc girJ. one aged four years and the other seven years, lying asleep beside her. The disco very was made by Mrs. Williami, the deepjised's landlady. The funeral was carried out by the ship* owners, and Belgian friends now in Swansea 011 different boRtS attended, including Caou Overman, and ?facers and cMw of ? s s« 'Brabant; chief engineer and offiecrs of thll Acioui. etc. The husband of the deceased wa.s unable t« be present, as the boat had gone to sea, and a pathetic, sight, at the graveside was that of the two little ehtldrcn uf the deceased, who carried floral tributes and tearfully placed them on the coffin as it was being lowered in the grave. The shipowners and other Belgian friends sent wreaths, and the Rev. Father Conrath, of St. llltyd's Catholic Church, St. Thomas, officiated at the- gvavesidc.

- PHOBLKM OF SWANSEA STREETS.