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^UDIFF COUNTY COURT.

^raSTUICTIONS IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.

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LON IK>N LETTEIΒ».

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THE CRISIS IN EGYPT.

FATAL RAFT ACCIDENT.

THE FRENCH AND MADAGASCAR.

--------------THE BRITISH…

LATEST HOME TELEGRAMS.

THE LIBEL ACTION AGAINST THE…

FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT PLYMOUTH.<,'.…

THE POLICE AND THE .PUBLICAN.

PRACTICAL JOKING,

--------TIIE DISABLED WHITE…

SUPPOSED CREMATION NEAR SCARBOROUGH.

THE LOAD LINE.

-------THE TUZNSYAAL DEPUTATION,"

CORRUPT PRACTICES AND MUNICIPAL…

MESSRS BRIGHT AND CHAMBERLAIN.

CARDIFF SCHOOL BOARD.

IWELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

CARDIGANSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

MERTHYR COUNT^ COURT.

GLAMORGAN ENGLISH .BAPTIST…

MR HEALYJVI.P.. AND THE FRANCHISE.

MR GLADSTONETND HIS SPEECHES.…

(sPECIAr, REPORTS FROM OUP.…

THE POSITION OF BlimSII MINERS.

SUNDAY CLOSING IN IRELAND.

Ill Hi lYLxvxv^u ajo ui OU0.

----------MUNIFICENT BEQUE^T…

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Qcll clUj •°k days- «^pUy sigil.s over iu our early copy- »e. rocrastina'vion is the thief of is not j.k Ji the Mayor of Carmarthen l0nias's lYinf- e 'n ,re^using to put Alderman £ es at T i re'a^v'e to the proposed landing ^marthpn^ at ^le meeting of the Arthe m 0Wn Council. It was ludicrous to 'Phttinw „c^ar^e Alderman Thomas with a^ly drawWrS w^en lie himself used a Uy wordpragenc*a PaPer to defeat a care- 6 Council mot'on> which all the members of Sensible 13re.sent suPPorted. The more SollectuH n °es a°tion appear when it is teting t lat f.ully the first half hour of the e ni3J'or P occ^P3e^ in discussing matters which the *lm*i intr°duced, and which were not ■°rd to lo°8n a ^a^er> Carmarthen cannot "^uiiic f-6 a °'iance improving its [mode of- client it 10n W'1 ^lanstephan, and however hi-S mayoi- may be in other re at there Wol,s'1'l) must be taught to understand ftir. j aie ''ra'ts even to the power of the 18 serioi*1 ^ay that the popularity of the mayor S ^mPsl'i^ed by his action. It is not ods of aIone wli'oh is affected, but the thou- person [, d the :Jers?ns from all parts of South Wales C«sar'!0U"tl'y generally who visit Llanstephan. es not n e must be above suspicion," and it tliiitt accord with the eternal fitness Cessi^Pj t'iat two aldermen should be is nllt 6 to remind the mayor that he *Cy^ sen'; to the council board to protect *s not ln?'eresk3> but to represent the public. 'hiartl a report by the surveyor of ltl'umeien' Wr^en oli'-hand, should become the 2e Cl'ushing a proposal of such import- rson- a Sllch material advantage to so many The t l • places* jjew a ^hat with a fair field and the favour of ^the air-" commocli°us place of location, the Car- ole" Grammar iSchool ought now to solve the -hiM whether it is exactly the sort 'the'01 e^Ucational institution which Car- 'wn needs- Hitherto all inferences t by tl rOIn its non-success have been te y tlle cry that the wretched school buildings bottom of the mischief. There is an J* ession abroad that Mr Mundella's promised of higher education for Wales will materi- cllange the character and the future of the ."iar schools of the principality. If this is so, i e at present to speculate as to the future of arlll aiI«arthen school. But apart from this, the of the school will be closely watched j time forth with special reference to the of converting it into a higher grade de6 talk is that Mr W. R. H. Powell, M.P., some very weighty observations at the meeting of the United Counties Irdi Society> an(l his appeal to parents, ift 'atlS' an(^ employers for the promotion of is st deserving of all possible consideration. Uy f to hear of the insolvency of so U a. llendly societies, but it is disreputable, as )QQS stai'tliug, to find tliat South Wales has kr;ct.lll0re Paupers than the Northern poor-law l Si(i'. Nyhich embraces a country and popula- Sout:1 c^rcurastanced and occupied to that a VVales.