Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

23 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

BUDGET DEBATE, .

SAVED TWO BROTHERS.

REPENTED IN HASTE.

MILE END SCANDAL. .-

WEEK-END TICKET LAW.

POPE AND HIS WATCH.

FRACTURE BY BITE.

" SENSIBLE CIVILISATION."

TRAMCAR DISASTER.

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The Tragedy at Barry.

BRYANT'S STORY OF WOMAN'S…

INJURED WOMAN'S EVIDENCE.

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Dyfynnu
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INJURED WOMAN'S EVIDENCE. Mary Ann Evans was next called, and de- posed that she resided at Bridge-street, Cadox- ton, and was the wife of JameS Evans, car- penter. She left her home before dinner and went alone by brake to Barry, arriving at the Barry Hotel just before 7 o'clock. Probert was in the hotel at the "time, and Bryant and Morgan she saw afterwards. She had seen Mor- gan before, but did not know him to speak to. He had given her a glass of beer once. Morgan paid for a glass of/ beer for her, and also for Bryant and others. Morgan said to her, li Will you come as far as the Ship you can have a drink there and sit down." Witness consented to go, and had a drink at the Ship Hotel. The amount of drink she had ha.d that day—four glasses— made her feel a little stupid. Bryant and Pro- hert came into the Phip and she wondered at ihem coming after them so quickly. Morgan suggested that they should leave, when he saw the two men, remarking "We will go out and take a walk and come back again." Morgan had had a tidy drop to drink and could "lot walk exactly steady." She took hold of his arm, and she suggested that they should return, as she was feeling ill. Deceased said, Wait a bit," and then left her and went over the railings near the end of the houses. She saw Morgan go towards the end of the cliff, and she turned and walked up and down for about 20 or 25 minutes. She looked over the edge of the cliff occasionally, and failed to see anything of him. She wondered what had become of Morgan, but thought that he had gone to have ( a sleep. There was no suggestion that they should go to the cliff together. After some time she went over to look where he had gone to and got near the spot. She did not see Morgan after he left her near The Parade. When she saw Bryant and Probert she asked them if they had seen Morgan, and they said" No." They asked her what she was doing there, and she replied, Taking a walk. She asked them what they were doing there, and they replied, Bird-nesting." She stepped back too far as she spoke and slipped over the edge of the cliff. She was unacquainted with the spot and did not think the cliff was so near. P.C. Thomas Evans deposed that the body of the deceased was lying about 20 yards from the bottom of the cliff.

" ACCIDENTAL DEATH."

A BARRY "BREEZE."

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ESCAPES FROM PRISON.

THE PILOT.

Miners' Questions.

CROSS-COUNTRY MAN-HUNT.

GASWORKERS' WAGES.

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