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Tragedy - Gardener shot

Source: Evening Express 31/08/1904       Date: 1904
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LAMPETER SENSATION. I Gardener Fatally Shot. I Edward Leane, a gardener at the Black Lion Hotel, Lampeter, was on Tuesday afternoon, about five o'clock, found lying in the toolhouse attached to the hotel garden. When Dr. Griffiths arrived he pronounced life extinct, and on examination found a wound puncturing the left lung. There was a gun by the side of the deceased. Leane was a man of about 60 years of age, and had been employed at the hotel for several years. It is not known how the accident occurred.
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