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THE BUDGET.

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I GERMAN AGRICULTURISTS.

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Monmouthshire Education Committee.

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ABERSYCHAN MYSTERY.

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ABERSYCHAN MYSTERY. On Monday, Mr M. Roberts-Jones, coroner for" South Monmouthshire, held an inquest concerning- the death of a female child, whose body was- found wrapped in some apparel iu the stump of an old tree in Lasgarn Wood, near Abersychan, on Sunday. Richard Baker, a collier, residing at Victoria Village, deposed to finding the body. hidden in the hollow of a tree, near the waterworks. He immediately gave information to the police, and accompanied P.S. Jones to the wood. Thomas Cordey, Victoria Village, gave similar- evidence. P.S. Jones deposed to having accompanied Dr Mulligan to the wood, and finding the parcel1 containing the child's body. Dr Mulligan gave the resnU. of the post-mortem examination, which showed that the body was that of a fully-developed, newly-born child. He came to the conclusion that the child bad not had a. separate existence, and the j Ilry returned a verdict accordingly.