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I WITNESS ABSENT. INQUEST ON GOWER LIFE- BOATMAN. I JERSEY MARINE PROCEED- INGS ADJOURNED. Mr. Lewis M. Thoma.s held an inquest at the Poli,F, Station, Jersey Marine, on JTues- day afternoon, oonceiming the death of Geo. Harry (45), one of the throe Port Eymon life- boatmen drowned in the recent disaster. The other two bodies have not yet been recovered. Mr. F. Le Boulanger, secretary of the Life- boat Institution, and Lieut.-Commander P. Maclean, R.N.R., district inspector of life- boats, were present. The opening was delayed by the absence of George Eynon, who war, to have given evi- dence of identification. It was stated that there was no Gower 'bus running that after- noon. Other witnesses summoned were Maud Amos, who found the body; P.O. James Lloyd, who removed it, and Dr. Samuel, Skewen, as showing the cause of death. Mr. Edwin John was the foreman. William Harry (brother), Bridge House, near Ammanford, a labourer at Pantyffyn- non Colliery, "aid he was the only brother he had leit. He had not seen him for four vears. He had seen blood coming out of his ears. He knew the body was that of his bro- ther, as he (deceased) had marks on three fingers caused some years ago. Deceased had four children—two boys and two girls. He had buried one. Re was a farm labourer. Maud Amos (15\. Ashgrove House, Jersey Marine, said she found the body between the Jersey Beach and Baldwin's on Wednesday morning. Witness was picking sticks on the beach when she saw the body at v.50, lying on its back. She reported the matter to P.O. Lloyd. Mr. Boulanger: Did he have a lifebelt on? Witness: Yes, sir. P.O. Lloyd, stationed at Jersey Marine, spoke to receiving information from the last witness at 8 a.m. that a body was lying on the "beach. Witness described the position of the body, which was about 200 yards east of Baldwin's Tinworks. Deceased was lying on his back, and had a yellow oilskin coat with Lifeboa.t" inscribed on each shoulder. There was a brown lifebelt around the body underneath the coat. George Eynon identi- field the body the tame afternoon as being that, of his brother-in-law. A pipe, tobacco pouch, knife and handkerchief was on the body. Dr. D. Samuel, Skewen, said there were no marks of violence on the body with the ex- ception of a cut on the ieft ear and a few abrasions on the left side of the face. The Coroner: What was the cause of death? Witntss: Clearly drowning. He wAs a strongly built man?—Aes, a. very well-buiit man. Just the sort of man for the work he did?- xew. eb. Important Witness Absent. At this stage enqutrxM were mads respect- ing George Eynon, t.he police at N,tb%l Port Eynon being communicated with. The Coroner said probably he was ill, and he could not see how they could proceed fur- ther without him. A mesnage was received from Port Eynon. stating Ahat Eynon bad misunderstood the place ai d waa at home. Arrangements for the burial have beeu made bj Mr. F. Le Boulanger. The body was arranged to be conveyed from Jersey Marine to Port fyloli on Friday for interment at, the latter place, Mr. D. G. Phillips having the ar- rangements in hand.

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