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"IMPECUNIOUS" IRISHMEN.

| A DISTINGUISHED WELSHMAN.…

COLLIERS' WAGES.

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IPOLITIOAL-H ISTORICAL-IMUSICAL.

The Land Commission.-

A Royal Presentation and Welsh…

An Instructive Meeting.

,Y Cerddor.

ANOTHER FLAGSHIP IN COLLISION.

FALL OVER THE ROCKS NEAR BRYNMAWR.

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THE^CHARGE AGAINST AN IRISH^…

,. COLLAPSE 0F A HOUSE AT…

A BURGLARïN A CHURCH. -

THE SAVINGS OF A LIFETIMEI…

NEW MAGISTRATES FOR BARRY.

THE SEXTON INCIDENT.

SCENE AT A FUNERAL.

PALMISTRY.

JUDGE OWEN AND THE WEARING…

THROUGH TRAINS FROM BARRY…

THE ACTION BY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER.

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THE ACTION BY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. PROCEEDINGS AGWNST A OADOXTON GENTLEMAN. JE350 Damages. At-the Cardiff Town-hall on Thursday, Mc E. B. Reece, Under Sheriff of Glamorganshire, sat with a jury, for the purpose of assessing damages in an action for breach of promise, judgment in which had been allowed to go by default. The plaintiff, Miss Charlotte Ball, daughter of a farmer at St. Andrew's, Dinas Powis, was represented by Mr Belcher, solicitor, of Cardiff. The defendant, Mr W. H. Spicketfe, a. gentleman described! as being of independent means, living at The Hatch, Cadox- ton, made no appearance, nor wa3 he legally represented.

Statement by the tinder-Sheriff.

Address by Mr Belcher.

Plaintiff in the Witness-box.

Summing Up.

SEAMEN'S ADVANCE NOTES.

CLAIM BY THE BANK OF WALES…

THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.

"A BARRY DOCK ROW.

- LORD BRASSEY AT CARDIFF,

MESSRS CRAWSHAY'S WATEIJ RIGHTS-I

EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE AT CARDIFF…

AN AFFECTlNfi SCENE AT A FUNERAL

A DAINTY REPAST.

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