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THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT.

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WOOLWICH DISCHARGES. I

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SMALL HOLDINGS IN SUFFOLK.…

MALPAS DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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MOLD. I (See also page 11.) SECULAR COLMERV ACCIDENT.— About 10.30 p.m. on Wednesday Peter Edwards, a collier, residing near the Owain Glyndwr, Gwernymynydd, was received into the Mold Cottage Hi sp'tal suffering from severe injuries to head and face. It is reported that while at work in the Bromtield Colliery of the Mold Collieries, I Limited, Edwards was struck by a bolt or tap I which had fallen down the shaft. SUDDEN DEATH OF A CHILD.-At the County Hall, on Thursday, the Flint Coroner (Mr. F. Llew. Jones, B.A., LI.B.), and a jury, of which Mr. Robert Williams (Stanley-street) was foreman, held an inquiry touching the death of Olive Huxley Roberts, aged two years and -two months, residing with her father, Robert Roberts, car driver. at 10, Conway-strcet. Evidence was given to shew that on the previous morning while at play, deceased became unconscious and died within twenty minutes, and before medical assistance could be rendered. The jury returned a verdict of Death from natural causes." —————— ——————

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