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8AIUBDAY, JANUARY 22,1910.

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i The New Scheme of Government…

THE SPEAKER.

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THE SPEAKER. The Right Hon. J. W. Lowther, who has been returned unopposed for the Mid-Pewith Division of Cumberland, was born in London in 1855. He has devoted himself to public affairs since he came to man's estate. He was called to the Bar in 1839, and became repre- sentative of Rutland at a by-election in 1883. In 1885 he was beaten in his present constit- uency, but in the following year reversed the verdict and established a connection with the constituency which he has maintained ever since. Having been one of the Deputy Chair- men of the House of Commons in a preceding Parliament, he was in 1895 made Chairman of Committees and Deputy Speaker. He was elected Speaker on the retirement of Mr Gully.

. HALLEV8 COMET.

i'.Golden Wedding.

NEW FLA.

BROKE HER JAW.

CARDIFPS "DERBY WINNER."

IQUARRELS AND A TRAGEDY.

CAGE DISASTER.

REASON FOR BIHAMY.

FATAL ARE IN LONDON.

STABBMFI AFFRAY IN LONDON.

SERIOUS BREAKDOWN.

CARDIFF STUDENTS SUCCESS.

MOTHEWS BREAKFAST.

Sedition in India.

" Faking1' a Divorce.

HUSBAND NURSED BABY.

RESIDENCE IN THE DISTRICT.

,. COLOURED MAN'S FR ENZY."

IRATE MOTHER.!

I VAIN CHEPSTOWLJUEST.

WOMAN'S OBSTINACY.

YOUTHYMISCONDUCT.

DOCTOR REMANDED.

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- WELSH ELECTIONS

MONMOirm BOROS.

BUFFETED CARDIFF SHIP.

NEW AXIM MINES, LTD. *

.Fifty Years Ago.