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Cricket. I

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Casualties in the War.I

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A Wrecked Liner. I

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The Senghenydd Disaster.

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The Senghenydd Disaster. It is reported that at last the explorers at Senghenydd have practically fixed the location of probably the whole of the remaining bodies in the pit. Some little time, however, must elapse before they are reached, as they are under very heavy falls in the main road, which have been crossed and re-crossed during the exploration. The decomposi- tion of the remains has led to their discovery. It is believed that the amount that will be paid to the relatives of the victims in compensation will reach between £ 15,000 and £ 16,000. Already S700 has been advanced to several cases by the Federation to meet immediate necessities. Harris has improved greatly during the past few days. He eats and sleeps very well, and is allowed to smoke occasionally. He still complains of severe pains in his head. The burns on his head and hands are almost healed. He is still unaware of the explosion, and thinks that an accident happened to himself alone.

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Welsh IndustriesI

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