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8AIUBDAY, JANUARY 22,1910.

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i The New Scheme of Government…

THE SPEAKER.

. HALLEV8 COMET.

i'.Golden Wedding.

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i' Golden Wedding. II btft-A MRS MITCHELL, LLANFRECHFA GRANGE, CAEFU-EON. t t Mr and Mrs F. J. Mitchell,T ilarrfrechf a Grange, Caerleoo, received a large number of felicita- tions at?their beautiful residence on Wednes- day on the occBsioTi of the celebration of their golden wedding. Mr and Mrs Mitchell. who are much esteemed all over- Monmouthshire, were married on January 19th, 1860, at Llangattock Parish Church, the ceremony being performed by Bishop of Oliphant, of Llandaff. Mr Mit- chell is the son of the'late Mr Francis Henry Mitchell, of London, and was born in London in 1824, settling in Newport in 1853 as a partner in the company owning the Dos Works. He, is Deputy Lieutenant and a J.P f.or the county. Mrs Mitchell is a daughter of the late Mr John Evermgton Welsh Rolls, the father of the pre- sent Lord Llangattock, and was born in Lon- don in December, 1833. Mrs Mitchell is an authoress of several works, which comprise two novels, two volumes of verse, and a number of books and pamphlets. Mr Mitchell took a great interest in the Volunteer Force in its earfv days and was one-of thefirstmembeft. enrolled. inJSkrwport.

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.