Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

17 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

Advertising

Advertising

THE BANQUET TO THE OFFICERS…

I MARINE TERRACE.

IMETEOROLOGICAL REGISTER,…

LOCAL COMMISSIONS.

ABERYSTWYTH TOWN COUNCIL.…

TIDE TABLE.

[No title]

[No title]

SOUTH WALES WESLEYAN DISTRICT.

SHOCKING DEATH AT CWMSYMLOG.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

SHOCKING DEATH AT CWMSYMLOG. An inqnest was held by Dr Evan Rowland, coroner, at the office of the East Darren Mine, in the parish of Llanbadarn-fawr, on Wednesday afternoon, on the body of Richard Lewis Hughes, who was killed by a tram at the mine on the previous Monday. The jury were—Messrs Lewis Pearce, David Mor- gans, Edward Evans, Thomas Evans, Richard Thomas, William Garland, James Davies, David R. Pearce, William Morgan, David Thomas, William Joseph, and John Pierce. After having viewed the body, the following evidence was given. Edward Thomas, sworn, said I live at Gwarhos, and am twelve years of age. I remember playing with the tram in company of deceased on Monday night last, about half-past nine. We took the tram to Pond Fach for the purpose of bringing back some stones. After we got to Waste Deep we loaded the tram with stones, and after finishing we pushed it back. The deceased jumped up and went in the tram, and the next thing I observed was to see the tram jerking. I then ran on to the front, and saw deceased under the tram bleeding. I think he was dead. I was with him all the time. I called my father and Evan Evans. We went of our own accord to fetch stones. Evan Evans, sworn, said I live at Cwmsymlog, and remember on Monday night seeing the deceased Richard Lewis, in company of other boys, playing with the tram on the line. I told them to desist. They took it towards the place we had the stuff from. Soon afterwards I was called by Edward Thomas, one of the boys with deceased, who said that he was under the tram. I then went up and saw Isaac Thomas and his wife taking deceased from under the tram. I think he was then dead. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental death." We understand that the wkeel of the waggon passed over the head of the poor lad, nearly scalping him, and that both legs and one arm were fractured.

LLANARTH.

-----SUDDEN DEATH AT JBQRTH.

MARKETS^ "

ILAMPETER.

Advertising