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CAERLEON. Agent-Mis M. A. Evans, Newsagent, Cross-street. SAD DROWNING FATALITY.—A sad occurrence took place on Sunday afternoon, resulting in the drown- ing of a little girl named Nellie Tamplin, aged six -years, daughter of Mr Richard Tamplin, Arthur- street, Caerleon. It appears that the child, with others, went to play in a field on the banks of the Avon Llwyd, and wandered on to an accommodation ,plank bridge, which crosses the stream, which, owing to the very heavy rains, had become much swollen. The boy managed to get out, but deceased was carried away. An alarm was raised, and a party, organised by Mr G. W. Harding, made a good search, but failed to recover the body. Early on Monday morning another search was made, and resulted in the finding of the body about 15 yards below the spot where the unfortunate child fell in Great sympathy is felt for the bereived parents

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