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SWANSEA COLLIERYI SENSATION.

AMERICANS HOPELESSLY BEATEN.

"FUNNY PLACE TO GO."

NO "PACK" FOR THE PACKMAN.

SWANSEA SOLICITORS,I FATHER.

LABOUR AT THE'I -DOCKS.

IWAS INSIDE THE ENGINE.

! WORTHY SON OF WORTHY I__"FATHER.II

CURRENT FOR HARBOURi ! TRUST.…

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? ,PERFECT MYSTERY," SWANSEA CORONER AND SAWYER'S DEATH. Swansea Borough Coroner (Mr. J. C. Morris) held an inquest at Swansea on Thursday touching the death of Albert Has?- ley. a sawyer employed at lima, s. Stores" Timber Yard, Houth Dock, who d.ed at the Hospital from injuries sustained. Thos. Jno. Hagley, brother, 12. Argyle- street, gave evidence of identification, ard Dr. Trevor Evane said deceased succumbed on the 2nd inst. to abdominal injuries, fol- lowed by hemorrhage. Wm. Lewis, 14, Langdan-place, also a sawyer with Messrs. Stone, said they wf-re j discharging timber from trucks and swing- ing it into a yard by means of a crane. Deceased was sitting on the bar of the crane, title mechanism of which went wrong, a part of the orane slipped, and deceased was pinned down by the baulk. Coroner: Can you account for the slip- ping?—No, it was a mystery. Frederick Geor-ge Ham, engine-driver, em- ployed by Messrs. Stone, also gave evidence. The Coroner said it was a perfect mystery as to how the thing happened, and it was of little use offering a suggestion. J Jury i-eturned a verdict of Accidental death' through being crushed between a baulk of timber and a wane. — i

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TRAGEDY OF A TRAiN| WRECK.…

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.I MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES.,…

! NEATH COUNCIL; AND ! ! i.L.P.

PREMIER AND " S.T." !

" SERIOUS POSITION." I i

BAREFOOTED SWANSEA STREETI…

i LATE MR. 0. H. JONES.

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THE DAILY TOLL.

DEMURRAGE DIFFI* CULTY.

SOLDIERS -LITTLE ONE

RAN INTO SERGEANT'S ARrlS.

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STEALINC COAL AT SWANSEA.'

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