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---SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1879.

INDUSTRIAL SOHOOLS IN WALES.

THE ZULU MASSACRE AND OUR…

THE THREE WELSHMEN AT ROBKE'S…

RUMOURED RESIGNATION OF HIS…

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RUMOURED RESIGNATION OF HIS HONOUR JUDGE FALCONER. It is not only stated in the Low Journal, but in circles of authority, that his Honour Judge Fal- eoaer is on the eve of retirement. The ubiquitous { iEolus," ot the Weekly MM, foreshadowed thia a month ago, and now it would seem, from the strongest of outdoor eyidanee, to be on the point of being realised.. No one can hear of this but with nnfeigned regret. The able, conscientious, genial and philosophic gentleman taking his periodical journeys through a large district, dealing out kindly advice even with his correctives, and trying to improve those whom justice bade him punish, has been a speotada upon which the obser- vant looked with hearty admiration and unfeigned respect. The official close of guoh a publio and useful life cannot but awaken fselings of regret. Bamours are of oourae rife aa to Judge Falconer's aucoeesor, and one gentleman has been named, who occasionally acted for his honour, Mr. B. T. Williama. Q.C., M P., for whom an equal if not a higher destiny has often been predibted, in recog- nition of his eminent abilities.

PROBABLE CLOSING OF THE WAUNTREODA…

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SWANSEA fcOWN COUNCIL.

CARDIFF RURAL SANITA* AUTHORITr.

MERTHYR CHAMBER OF THADE.

BE-APPfABANCE OF MR. GEOR…