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THE JUBILEE AT ST. DAVID'S.

. ILOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT.

CARDIGAN.

LLANFIHANGEL-Y-CREUDDYN.

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DOL YDDELEN AND VICINITY.

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"V"J By Press Association Telegram. T]ITE W-AR. Russian newspapers announce that General Melikoff is about to be recalled from Asia. RUMOURED PROCLAMATION OF THE CZAR. The Globe mentions a report that the Czar has issued a. proclamation, declaring the independence of Bulgaria. THE INVASION IX BULGARIA. St. Petersburg. Thursday. 1 he .Russian troops continue their forward march in Bulgaria but the reported occupation of Tirnava is not confirmed. THE SIEGE OF KARS. T, Constantinople, Thursday. It is stated that the partial raising of the investment of Kars is due to the news of a widespread insurrection in the Caucasus. Communication with Kars is restored. THE EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. The Emperor and Empress of Brazil arrived at Glasgow on Thursday morning, and visited the principal buildings. They were to leave for Belfast on Thursday afternoon. GENERAL. The bank rate his been reduced to 2\ per c -nt Bow-street, ^on Thursday, Mr. Durant, printer of +W \V1VpSiWf'e â ,cilaroed with a libel to the effect that Mr Collette, solicitor to the Society for theSurwes- sion of Vice, was mainly responsible for the extended cir- culation of the Fruits of Philosophy." GENERAL GRANT. General and Mrs. Grant left Folkestone for Ostend and Berlin on Thursday. Their welcome was enthusiastic. THE HOME RULE OBSTRUCTIONISTS. Mr. Blake has given notice that he will call the atten- tion of the House of Commons to the conduct of Air Parnell, and will move that the expressions used bv him in two recent speeches outside the House are insulting to the dignity of this House, and certain scandalous impu- tations in the honour and conduct of members of the House. Sir C. O'Coghlen will move the previous question. BIRMINGHAM CORN MARKET.-THrRSDAT. The market opened very slow this morning. There was a fair enquiry for foreign wheat, at Is. per quarter below last week's rates. Of English there was only a very short supply, and last week's rates were asked, but very little business could be done at them, the market being unusu ally quiet. All descriptions of feeding stuffs are princi- pally the same as our last market, but the demand was even less active.âWeather showery.

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