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DINAS POW1S PARISH COUNCIL.

BASEBALL MATCH AT BARRY.

LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

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ASTOUNDING ZAM-BUK CURE.

SHIP'S OFFICER'S SUDDEN DEATH…

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SHIP'S OFFICER'S SUDDEN DEATH AT BARRY. On Tuesday morning last Mr George William Harwood, aged 42, chief officer of s.s. Persiania, lying at No. 2 Dock, Barry, was found lying dead in his cabin. He leaves a wife and family, who reside in London. An inquest was held on the body on Wednesday afternoon at the Police-court, Barry Docks, before Mr E. Llewellyn Reece, deputy coroner. The evidence of the third officer, John Stevenson, showed that deceased complained of feeling unwell, with pain in the stomach, on Mon- day. He refused to allow a doctor to be sent for, as he was subject to the attacks, and would be better next morning. About 6.30 witness went in to deceased's cabin to see how he was, and found him lying dead on the settee, The body was removed to the mortuary by P.C. Charles Rogers, having been previously seen by Dr Powell, who found that deceased had vomited a large quantity of blood in the cabin. He attributed the hemorrh- age from the stomach to various natural causes. The jury returned a verdict accordingly.

BARRY BAND OF HOPE UNION.

--, REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL PARLIAMENTARY…

NERVOUSNESS.

BARRY MEN'S MEETINGS.

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THE KING AND THE HOSPITALS.

CORRESPONDENCE.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

THE REVIVALISTS AND BARRY.

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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