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NEWPORT CABMEN'S DINNER.

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ALLEGED ILLEGAL CLUB. I

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jThe Battle of Inkerman.;…

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INQUESTS AT CARDIFF. u

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INQUESTS AT CARDIFF. u The district coroner, Mr E. B. Reece, held three inquests on Monday evening at the Cardiff Town-hail. The first concerned the death of an vitil-nowr, feiiiale ciiilfi which was found on Sunday in the doorway of an untenanted bouse by Mrs Mitchell, of 5, Fitzhatr.ou-eiubaukment. —Dr. Roche stated that the child h.d not had a separate existence, and a verdict to that effect was accordingly returned by the jury. The second inquiry related to the death of John Dean, of 9, Ethel-street, Canton, who died at the infirmary on Sunday from injuries be sustained on the previous day by falling from a building in Corporation-road, Grangetown. A verdict of Accidental death was iccorded by the jury. Tho third inquest touched the death oi ail iin- known iaian, who waa found dead, with bis bead terribly smashed, on the north side of the East Dock on Saturday night.. P.O. l^eatcii, o. tbe Bo e Dock Police Force, sa'd thai ne hearO of the nccklent a httie before 12 o c.ock on Saturday mght. and whül1 he arrived on the scene the body was lying between the metals, with the top of the skull completely smashed :ind witn the brain scattered alonsf the line. He took the body to the mortuary and searched the c.othes. He found in the pickets a German pa^-book bearing the na-me of Yunker and 13, 4%d.-The Coroner said he did not like to close the inquiry without some endeavour being made to find out the man's uguie-, and he accordingly adjourned the inquest until this evening, in order that- some inquiries mivht be made,

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