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Casualties in the War.I

Judge Owen and Horse Dealing.

The War Office Re organisation.…


Doctor's Sad find.- -1


Doctor's Sad find. -1 Mr. E. B. Reece h'eld an inquest, on Friday afternoon, at Cardiff, upon the body of Dr. Alexander Wheeler, who died at Cardiff Workhouse Infirmary, on Wednesday morning. Mr. Pease. manager of Elliott's Hotel, stated that the deceased came to the hotel about the middle of May. fie became ill on Tuesday week, and witness sent for Dr. Buist, who advised his immediate removal to the workhouse infirmary. Sergeant Price said that deceased told him that he was Dr. Alex. Wheeler, of Abercarn, that he was a married man, and that his age was 41 years. Dr. Campbell Jenkins, resident medical officer at the Cardiff Workhouse, said the deceased was brought to the workhouse infirmary on Saturday, He was ill, and obviously I suffering from chronic alcoholism. Witness had placed him under observation in the lunatic ward. Next moruing deceased bectme worse, and even- tually died. Death was due to heart failure, caused by the secondary effects of alcoholic poison- ing. The Coroner: "Did you know him?" Dr. Jenkins: "Yes, at Edinburgh. He held a brilliant career, and at one time acted as a coach at Edinburgh University." The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.

A Wrecked Liner. I

Course of the Blue Nile.|

Convict Escape: Recapture.

Russian Cruiser oil Fire.…

Terrible Scalding Accident.…

Explosion at Cartouche Manufactory.

A Philanthropist Dead. -1

Cricket. - - - I


The Senghenydd Disaster.

Distribution of War .Medals.…

The Royal Tour. I

Welsh IndustriesI




-The Llamfaff Diocese Million…

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