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THE PLYMOUTH CRISIS.

ALLEGED ROBBERY AT MERTHYR.

THE EIGHT HOURS QUESTION.

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THE EIGHT HOURS QUESTION. On Tuesday night a deputation from the miners of Merthyr and Aberdare waited upon the Home Secretary, Sir. M. White Ridley, who was accom- panied by Mr. Jesse Collings, to urge reasons against the bank-to-bank principle in the Miners' Eight Hours liill. The following spoke:âMr. D. A. Thomas, M.P., Alderman David Morgan, Coun- jcillors Tom Thomas and John Evans, and Messrs. Phelps, Aberdare, and J. Davies, Hirwain. The Home Secretary promised to give the matter his careful consideration, his reply being deemed favourable.

REMARKABLE SCENE AT NIAGARA.

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TRAP ACCIDENT AT MERTHYR.

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" THE STEENS " AT MERTHYR.

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DOWLAIS BOYS IN AFRICA.

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MERTHYR VALE.

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