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I TO COST BETWEEN I 15-000

WHY YOU ARE WEAR-j ING YOURSELF…

MR. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS

IMYSTERY OF THE SEA.I

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I LABOUR CONGRESS VOTE.I

I! AS HIS FATHER DID.!

"UNDER THE CLOAK OF ! RELIGION."…

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CRAY WATER FOR MUMBLES.-I

LLANCYFELACH WILL.-I

THE GALLIPOLI FEA.T1

! THE MEN TO BE I jHONOURED.

IAT OLD LANDORE i WORKS.-i

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I PAINTER FROM BATH. !

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PAINTER FROM BATH. FATAL FALL ON SWANSEA! JOB. The circumstances aicending the death of Charles Eades, of 4, Hyng-street, Land ore, were investigated by the Swansea Borough Coroner (Mr. J. C. Morris), at the Coroner's Court, Police-buildings, Swansea, on Mon- day. Mr. J. Hilditch (II.M Inspector of iacf.ories) was present. Ada, Eades, 33, Holloway, Bath, identified the body as that of he." husband. He was employed by Bagnall and Co., of Ship- j ley, iorkshire, a« a uainter and was a°ged 44 Dr. Louden said that deceased wa ad. mitted to the Hospital at 1.30 a.m. on Fri. day suffering from injuries to the right He succumbed about 6.50 a.m. on Saturaay. The cause oi death was shock, h answer to Mr. Hilditch, witness naid soinc of ^he 'ribs had penetrat.ed the lungf. > n ney Felloes, 213, Neath road, Landore, tf-i- eiiiployed by the su-ine, Mmpany as deceased, said the latter was naer bis charge at the time of his accident.. on I' nday morning la t. He was white- washing the loco. sheds of the Rhondda, and Swansea l,ay P.,aiiN%,ay ,t Swansea, and was sitting on a plank drawing another up. Losing his grip, however, he fell. Witness knew him well, and he was well accus- omed to the work. He had been engaged In Swansea about live months. He was one of the best men witness 'had under him. By Mr. Hilditch: The planlts were 15ft. long and about lin, to IJin. thick. They were about 35ft. up from the ground at the time of the occurrence. The Coroner here mid a telegram from the employers expressing their sympathy with the relatives oi deceased. Ernest W. Wells, 28, Ysgpl-street, Swan- j sea, u. lioiler-smitlr employed by the R. and; ,I;, Railway Co.. gave ?d?n<-e of render-, iug lirst aid. ° it?'i; 'hc jm'v brought in a verdict cf Am<ien-! Vis 1 death, :md <-?)Mt?-<-d sympathy v?t.hthe relatives.

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REQUEST REFUSED, -!

COMPLIMENT TO THE SERGEANT.

|HADN'T GOT IT.I

RESIGNATION IN ORDER. I

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MORE LIGHT WANTED.'

: CHARGES AGAINST I. OFFICIALS.

SISTER DIDN'T RECOGNISE HIM.…

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