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THE WEST CROSS FATALITY. Disclaimer from Deceased's Companions. Miss IJoris JohM, Eden House, Castleton, Mumbles, writes: "Will you please correct, an error in your ieoort, of the distressing: accident to our dear friend Nellie John on the Mumbles Railway last Tuesday niffht. In it you say she jumped off the train while it was moving. She did nothing of the kind. She stood on the foot- boa.rd while the train was slowing down enter- ing West. Cross Station. She turned round to give 118 a parting- in- junction cO be on the nine train in the morn- ing, and in turning: she lost her balance and fell. The paragraph m last night's "Post" has caused deep distress to all her friends, and especially by us. her three g-reat chums, Ilp whose behalf I write. did not try to dissua.de her, M we knew ghe had no intention of itunping off.

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