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TERRIBLE HURRICANE.

JEcOO DAMAGES AWARDED.

INFLUENZA SUFFERERS.

THE TIN-PLATE TRADE.

MARKING HIS WEDDING.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL

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The Loss of the Elbe.I

LOCAL COMMISSIONS.

TRANSVAAL AND SWAZILAND.

Yesterday's Parliament.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

PONTYPRIDD EXHIBITION.

NEW CLUB FOR PERNDALE.

AFFAIRS OF A SWANSEA CHAPEI.

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The NewCountyCouncilsj FORTHCOMING ELECTIONS IX GLAMORGAN. Here is a List of Nominations of Can- didates for Seats on Local Councils. The nominations toøk place on Monday oÏ candidates for seats 011 the county couuciis of Glamorganshire, Carmarthenshire, Cardigan- shire, MonIDouth8bire. Pembrokeshire, and Radno1'sbire. For Breconshire ihe nominations close on W edncsday. The following nomimttions have reaehùd us :— GLAMO LtGANSHIR E. ""™ AJlERAvüs.-JoIJJl Smith, merchant, C. ABERAM ■ x.-Thomas Davies, Aborewaitioi House, fanner, N -TJ Thomas Rees, Swan Hotel, licensed victualler. N-C. JUJERDARI"Jobn William Evans. Aberdare, solicitor, I-T—L; Thomas Thomas, Graig House, .fibcrdare, gentleman, N-L. ABMSYCHAN.— John Daniel, merchant, N-L; ¡ William Brown Witehell, boot manufacturer, N—L. BARRY.—John Cory, Porthkerry. gentleman, N—L. J:RIDGENI>W. M'Ganl, quarry owner, N-C W. Powell, groœr, N-L. BLu:NGwAwR.Jolm Howell, Aberamau, botel keeyer aud auctioneer, C-C. Unixe-N FE1ŒC. V. Peggc, solicitor, C-C; J. Hill, v .viuion merchant, N--L. CAiir.i niLLY.—Henry Edizell Morgan Lindsay, ea,pt:1.iJl.l"etircd pay) Boyal Engineers, C-C Richard Hiil Male, solicitor, N-L. CADOXTON.—Edward Treharne, Cadoxton, surg-eon, C—C William Williams, Ca,lüxton, Calvinistic Methodi-t minister, N-L. One seat. COWBRIDGo:R. 1'. Bassett, fentfemau, C—C. Be- turned unopposed. COITY.-¥!Îl1iam Howell, farmer, N-L. No con- test. COKIIKKANC.—* J. Newall Moore, gentleman, C-C. Returner1 unopposed. *OM member. CAEHAREIS.—Edward Pritchani Martin, general manairer Dowlais Iron Company, C-C. No contest. CVEARTHFA.—Thomas Thomas, checkweitrher, 12, Canal-square, Merthyr, N-L; Watkin Moss, collier, 60, John-street, Merthyr, N-J,. CILFYNYJ)I> DISTRICT (A New Division).-Henry Lewis, colliery owner, L. Unopposed. DYLAIS VALLEY (one seat) —*E. Evans Bevan, hrewer aud ,1liery proprietor, C-C. Returned nn- opposed. *u. member. DLNAS Po\> Is.-Oliver H. Jones, J.P., Fonmon Castle, barrister-at-law, C-C. DOWLAls.-Thomas Jenkins, farmer, Pantscallog, Dowlais, C-C. No contest. FE!:NDA.LF.Thomas David, ironmonger, N-L Thomas Morgan, confectioner, N-L, GARW VALLEy.-John Thomas, miner's agent, N-L. No contest. Lewis, auctioneer and valuer, 41, Brecon-street, Dowlais, N-L; Gtvilym Cristor James, solicitor, Gwaelodj-farth, Merthyr, N-L. GADLys.-David Morgans, Aberelare, miuers. agent, N—L William Thomas, Brynawel, Aberdare, civil and mining engineer, 1'1. GInLIOA.ER.-Hy. Wm. Martin, mining engineer, C-C. t.kowER.-John Jones Jenkins, knight, C-L U. GOWEl,F. Cory Yeo, colliery proprietor, N-L. KIEBoR.-Henry Lewis. gentleman, C-C. Sitting member returned unopposP(1. LLANDAFF.—Kobert Forrest, land agent, C-C. LOUGHOR AJSD PENI>ERdy.-Sir John Llewelyn, Bart., C--C; Samuel Thomas, collierv proprietor, N-L. LLWYDcoED.-Richa.rå Morgan, Aberdare, minister and china dealer, N--L Itees Hopkiu Rhys, Plas- newydd, gentleman, N-L. LLWYNPIA.—C. C. Richard Lewis, boot 111ercbant, N-L. l\fARG-u1.-Àrihur Pendarves Vivian, gentleman, C-I. MAESTEG.-James Burow, mining engineer, C-L Jenkin Jones, colliery manager, N-L. MERTUYK Towx .-Johu LEWis, solicitor, Coedcae Honse, Merthyr, C-C; Alfred Edmonds, journalist, 6, Park-terrace, Merthyr, N-L. MKRTHYU VALE—Walter Hell, colliery agent, Ynysowen House, Mertliyr Vale, (;-1 Dand Prosser, i\"1:ocer, 1, Perrott-street, Treharris, N-L. MOlUusToN.-Sir John Joues Jenkins, Knight. C-U. NEWCASTLE. Th«mas John Hughes, solicitor, N-L. No contest. NKATH.—North Ward (oue H. Rowland, blink manager, N-C. Returned unojJposed..South Ward (one seat).-W. B. Trick, auctioneer, N—C A. lvusoell Thomas, solicitor, N-L. *01.1 member. 0.. MOIŒE\'an Emn", farmer, N-L; John Illtyd 1 )il!WYH Nicholl, gentleman, C—0- OTIMORK VALLEy.Vlll. Llewellyn, grocer, N-L. No contest. OYSTERMOUTH.—Sir John Jones Jenkins, Knight, c-c. PKSARTH —North: Mr. W. B. Sheppard, tbe old representative, was returned unopposed. Srxith: Mr. Fredk. My. Jotliain re-elected wilhout opposi- tion. On the prvpositioll of Councillor Jothaui, seconded by Counclllor Sheppard, 0. very hearty vote of thanks wab accorded tc, Mr. Morris for attending aml receiving nominations. PKNTKE.—Howell Price, coalminer, Cwinpark, N--Lab; Kiehard Morris, schoolmaster, N-L. Walter H. Morgan, solicitor, N--L. Unopposed. *01d member. PKNYDARREN.—David Davies, gentleman, Maesy- coed, Merthyr, N-L; Da.n Thomas, Jjeeused victnal1er, 23, Bridge-street, Merthyr, C-C Thom:1,S Williams, gentleman, Gwa.elodyg".lrth, N—L Thomas Edward Morgan, hcensed victualler, Queen's Head Inll, Dowlais, (,-C. PONTLOTTYN— J. P. Williams, Baptist minister, N—L Will. Williams, grocer, N-L; D. B. Owen, lllukceper, N-L; Alfred Phillips, grocer, e' -L. PLYMOUTH.—Henry Watkiu Lewis, civil and mechanical engineer, Lwynyreos House. Abercanaid, C—C Arthur Daniel, provision merchant, 66A and 167, Carditi-road, Troedyrhiw, N-L. l'UK1'H A;) CnuŒR.lienry N.mntol1 Davies, surgeon, ).J 11' L. Unopposed. PENHIRAW.-John Jones Griffiths, retired school- master, X--L; John Watkin Jones, engineer and surveyor, C-C. KESOLVEN.—"Isaac Evans, miners' agent, Skewen, C-L. Returned unopposed. *01d member. SWANSEA VALLEY.—Llewelyn Davies, merchant, N-L. SKETTY.—-iir Robert !lIorris, Bart., C-C; Rev. John Davies, minister, N-L. TBKFOREST William Spickett, solicitor, N-L; Dayid iveyshon, brewer, C—1. *OUl member. TRKALAW.—Daniel Thomas, grocer, N-L; William Williams, stationer, N-L. 'hU,:HJmB1ŒT.-AJdermàn William MorgliJ.1, magis. trate, N-L. No contest. 1'R¡,;ol1J merchant, N—L. 'Old member. P0.N'fI,LAKf'l1.AITH.-Ellu:und Thomas, J.P., Tyla- gwyn, gentleman, C-C; Moses Walters, quarryman, N-L. PQNTYPOOL.- W. H. Griffiths, plasterer, N-Lab; Sandbrook, irou merchant, N-L. 'Old member. RlGLAK.-Sir Hy. M"t11erJack"n, Bart., Llantillio Court, C-LU. RHYMUEY.—North *Tl1o!lHlöHa.ll, Redwood, M.A., M.D., &c., L. Soutit: fc'Johu Daniel Thomas, mer. chant, N-L. ROGKRSTONE.—Edward Steer, J.P., Malpas, New- port, managing director of Nettlefold's (Limited). Unopposeel. RISCA.— North Ward: Walfer Powell Nicholas, Cross Ke.\ s, solicitor. Unopposed. Smith Ward Edwin Allen Taylor, Ridca. merchant, unopposed. S'L the Hon. F. C. Morgan, member of Parliament. "Sitting member. SIRHOWY.—Tuoman Lewis, grocer, I,— Cciitm! William Davies, jres, merchant, N—L Widiam Jones, Glaneennen, auc- tioneer, N.-L..Preiient member. I.I.DELLy.-No. 1.—William John Wilson, estate agent, C-C. No. 2.—Joseph Mavbery, tin-plate manufacturer, N-L. :No. 3.—Ernest Trubshaw. tin- plat-e manufacturer, C-C. Ko. 4.—Thomas Johns, Congregational minister, N-L. :Ko. 5.—Davfd Cranogwen Parry, grocer, N-L. No. 6.-Thomas Phillips, secretary, Tin-plate Workers' Union. N-L. :No. i.-ThoIDa.8 Jones, merchant, N-L. Wdliam David, secretary an i Auctioneer, N-L. No. 8.— Joseph Williams, timber merchant, N-L. LLAXBOIDy.-T. Evans, farmer, X-I; David Thomas, farmer, N-L. LLAKFIHANGKLAKARTH.—Tlibra as Barrett. Cross Vale, farmer, N-L; Thomas Rees Jone." farmer, C-C. LLAX\iEI.ER.-ThoillPS Thomas, farmer, C-c; Lewis Daniel, woollen draper, N'-T,. LI.ANSAWEL.-Sir James W. Druminond, gentleman, C-C. MOTHYJ.;Y.-John Walter Jones, barrister-at-law, C-L. QUARTERB.u.H.-Dr. Rees. Unopposeel. Sr. CL AI:s.-Jo:m ",iHianu;, farmer, N-L: Rees Thmla.s, poulterer, N-L. ST. ISDMAEL.—John Lloyd Thomas, farmer, N-L. J No contest, re-election of former member. T:tŒLEcH.-John Phillips, farmer, N-JJ; the ReT. f David Roberts, Baptist Minister, N-L. WKSTFAUGLYX.—Thomas Jenkins, butcher, N-L; William B. Jones, secretary, N-I,. WHITLAND—William Thomas, Congregational minister, N-L. P BMBROKESHlRE. ÁMBLE8'fON.-James Charies Yorke, gentleman, C—1 James Jenkins, farmer, N-L. BCBTON. Sir Owen H. D. Seourfield, Bart., Williamston, C-C. CAREw.-J0bn F. Lort Phillips, Lawreuny Castle, C-C; Lemuel Rees Is8itt, Milton, merchant, N-L. CASTLEMABTIN.—Henry Le ich, gentleman, C-C. CAl\IE.osK.-Arrhur Wellington Mas&ey, gentleman, C-C. Swete, Fishguard, C-I; Walter P. Williams, Fishguard, auctioneer, HENRY'S MOAT.-Re\ D. Parry Danes, C-C; William George Jame, Pantyphillip, farmer. I-L. LLANGWM.—Richard Carrow, gentleman, C-L U James Phillips, CougTeffational minister, N-L. I.ANSTADWELL.—John Henry Coram, shipowner, N-L. Williams, Drim, C.M-I,. 'Retiring member. Unopposed. MATHRy.-Tbeopbilns Evan Thomas, farmer, N-J,. MANOKBIER. Charles William Rees Swkes, solMtof, C-c. MILFORD HAVEN.—George Griffiths, surgeon, C- L. MONKTON.—Morgan James Saurin, colonel, Pem- broke Yeomanry Calvary, C-C. Unopposed. PEMBROKE.— Division No. 30.—John Jones, lime merchant, N-L; William Hugh Owen Mansel Bryant, j solicitor, C-C. Division Xo. 31.-Robert George, merchant, C-C; William Gibbs, farmer, :N-L. PEMBB0.11:E Doclt.-Pairr Ward: Division 32.— Samuel J. Allen, photographer, C-L; Thomas Brown, farmer, C-C. Division 33.—James Williams, J.P., retired dockyard employe, N-L. Division 34. —James F. Stamper, J.P., doctor of medicine, C-C.; WilJiam Davies, retired dockyard employe, K-I,. Division 35.—David Hughes Brown, ;¡olicitr, C-I,. Division 36.—Isaac Smedley, J.P., 1118.1lJl.ger Pembroke and Tenby Railway čmpa.ny, C-L; Stephen H, AUen, shipbuilder, N--C. PREA J'EKGAST ASD UZ)(¡:;STON.-Arthur Jo1m Rowe, merchant, C-C; John Jenkins, Baptist minister, N -L STF.YNTON.—John T. Fisher, gentleman, c-c: Robert Cule, builder, N—L. ST. ISH1\UEL's.-Jamt:s Thomas, farmer, N-I,. ST. H. Vickennan, gentleman, C-C; George Bancroft, IDlIl ister N-L. ST. MARTIN'S HAMLET.—Owen Hird Spear Williams, gelltlem3.u, C-C; Philip White, butcher, N-L. ST. MARTI-S AND :1'}ÙRY'S, HAVKRFOB&WEST.— Morris Williams Lloyd üwen, gentleman, C-C; Isaac Roberts, coal merchant, X-L. -I. THOMAS AND FSRZEY P.uur.-R3.vmoud Wal- lace Esmoude White, gc-ntleman, C; John I,lewellYil, chum maker, N -L. ST. Howard Griffiths, farmer, N-I,; John Phillips, subchanter, C-C; David Pro. pert \\lilÜ-uns, farmer, N—L. TENBY.—William Henry Richards, C-C; Clenlent John Williams, C-C; Benjamin Harries, mercer, C-L John Lewis, gentleiflan, N -L. W i.r.wn¡'s CASTLE.—William Howell Walters, ren- tleman, C-C Johu George, farmer, N-L. \YHITCl£{;RCH,-Johll Reynolds, farmer, C-C; JohlJ Thomas, farmer, N—L. \VEST()N'1'homas Llewellin, farmer, N-C. RADNORSHIRE. BCILTH, ABKREDW, &.c.Thomas Davies, farmer, N-L: James Vuughau, gentleman, C-C..RetiTin¡r councillor. B.EGUILDY.-George Matthews, Ve1indre, farmer, C-C. Former representative. BLEDDFA, &c.-W.W. Tnomas, Old Hall, gentleman, C-C. CWMDAUDDWR.-R. Lewls Lloyd, gentleman, C-C. CEFNLLYS.-Rbert Edward Davies, builder, C-C; Jeffrey Jones, coal :l1ll1lime merchant, N-I,. DISSERTH, tic.—Algernon E Thomas, retired Naval commander, C-C; Charles Bound, farmer, N-L. i-JiGHTOs.—Stephen Pugh, Cwmwhittol1, farmer, N —L. Urban John R. Bache, Tlte Farms, Knighton, farmer, N-I,. LLANYRE.—Llewelyn Venables, gentleman, C-C; J01Jll Ùwen, farmer, N -L. LLANDRINDOD — Reibert E. Davies, builder, C-C; Jefirey Jones, boarding-house proprietor, N—L. NANTMEL.-E. Williams, farmer, N-I,. ISOKTO.N".—Rev. H. C. Green-Price, Norton Vicar- agP, clerk in Holy Orders, ("-C. PHBSTEIGN, UKBAN.—Richard Rogers, grocer, N-L. RAD1I'oR.-Dr. Harding. Radnor, surgeon. C-C. RKAYADEK, ABBKY CWMUIR, &c.James Hamer, estate agent, C-C. 'Retiring councillor. RHAYADER, ST. HAR.ON. .Edwa.rd Meredith, farmer, C -C. 'Retiring councillor. RHAYADER.-Richa.rd Morgan, carrier, N-L. Retiring councillor. BRECONSHIRE. The nominations for Brecollshire close on Wednesday next. Hn, UHBAN.— £ T. Griflths, aoliaitar, 0—L. LLAHIGON.—Jolui Jones, (&nner, C-C; John Smith, fanner, N-L. CARDIGANSHIRE. C'KNARTH.—David Davies, butcher, Angel House, N —1; Á. E. Jeremiah, farmer, Cefngwndwu, K-L. LLANHBLEII.-Dalliel Lewis, woollen manufacturer, Frondeg, N-L; Thomas Thomas, farmer, Penweru, C-C.

LOCAL ,¡rEDDIXG.

AFFAIRS IN CHITRAIi.

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Shipping Disasters.

THE WAR IN THE FAR EAST

CARDIFF'S BLACK LIST.

FOOTBALL.

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To-Day s Share Market

THE CONGO FREE STATE.

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I Racing Intelligence,

OFFICIAL SCRA TCHIXGS.

LEICESTER MEETING ABANDONED.

NEWJiABKET TRAINING NOTES.

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CHALLENGE TO O'BRIEN

LOCAL LAW CASB.

BRITISH EAST AFRICA COMPANY.

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