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Treorchy. Coroner R. J. Rhys on Monday, at the Workmen's Institute, held an inquest touching the death of Mr. David Evans (better known as "Dai Oach P), aged 34 single, and residing with his sister, Mrs. W. Jones, 20, Dumfries Street, whose dead body was found in the Rhondda River behind Regent Street on Sunday morning. Mr. Williams, hay and corn merchant, High Street, said he dis- covered the body in the river close by the bank in about 18 inches oi water. Deceased was dead, and witness informed the police. Dr. A. G. Tribe said that on examining the body he found a. small cut between the eyes, caused, he thought, by falling against a stone. He believed deceased had been stupefied by falling and rendered unconscious, and conse- quently suffocated. P.S. Harries said he, assisted by civilians, conveyed the body home. Deceased was addicted to drink, and frequently lost his way when, intoxi- cated. The jury returned a. verdict in accordance with the. medical evidence. The funeral of Evai-is took place on Wed- nesday. A presentation took nlace on Friday evening, when the Misses Bessie Isaac and E. A. Evans (Temple of Fashion, Treorchy) were presented with a. Bible each by the Ramah Sunday School on the occasion of their departure from tIe district. Mr. Joseph Massey (district evangelist), Cardiff, preached at the new English

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