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TREASURY NOTES,

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•=■ ■ NEATH'S "NATIONAL."

" HALF-MILLION OUTLAY."

SEIZURE IN -PULPIT. I

. POTATO PRICES FIXED.

MADE HER ILL. !

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IDRIVER CENSURED I I

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WELL-KNOWN MORRISTON TRADESMAN.…

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TOOTH ABOUT i mmmx. -■-■■"■1…

"BEAT AND KICKED II HER."I

-_--___-TIN PLATE TRADE WAR…

-DOUBLE -BLOW.

YOUNG GIRL'S BODY. ]

HEAVY FINES.I

SWANSEA PARENTS I

-"I BILLIARDS AT SKETTY. I

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IN AGONIES FROM CANCER.

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IN AGONIES FROM CANCER. SINGLETON MASON'S TRAGIC DEATH. SAD STORY AT THE INQUEST. The Deputy County Coroner (Mr. R. W, Beor) conducted a.n inquiry into the circum- stances attending the death of Geo. Waters, of Swiss Cottage. Singleton, on Wednesdav. Mrs. Sarah Waters (widow) said her hus- band was a mason, and had been ill in bed for a period of nine weeks. On Tuesday witness gave him some tea with a littla toast, and i1 fterwards proceeded to fetch he; washing. Returning half an hou- later shi saw a gun by the door of the kitchen, and deceased lying on tlwfloor with his band on the trigger and the gun in close proximity to là, bodv. He wa quite dead. His am wa", 72. Scrct. John Wood (Plice Stt111. SketJ* Said that at SHC on Tuesday he We«&<* Swiss fVtft'7\i found deceased as de- scribed, lying Ll liis loft side with his hea< partly under the bed and a'sporting gun, con taining one empty cartridge, by his side From the position of deceased it appearec th-? he shot himself whilst lying down. IV. Edward Mnr?:tn, Sketty. deposed t? I)i- E di,Ilt,e? Sketty. depoed t6 finding Watci? ead when he arrived, anr making an examination found a small wour.r in the abdomen with a piece of thfe bowe; protruding. Death was due to "shock and internal lit morrhage," although there was not a speck of blood to be seen where he was found. Witness added Deceased had heen living in agony for months, and his most have been a terrible life, suffering from cancer in the face—a hopeless case., w here nothing could be done for him." The Coroner said it wa* quite clear that deceased had shot himself, but must havt been more them temporarily insane. -> A DhVOMED WIFE. i ho jury retuiiied q. verdict accordingly • and Dr. Morgan said he would like it to h known that the wife had attended him ir splendid fashion during his illness, and bao not known what it was to have a complef night's rest, for months.

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