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Echoes from the Welsh Papers.

WALK AND TALK.

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LANCASHIRE COLLI RS AND THE…

VEHICULAR ACCIDENT X PONTYPRIDD.

NODION CYMEEIG.

MR. McDONALD, M.P., ON THE…

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PENTRE POLICE COURT. -

PONTYPRIDD POLICE COURT.

PONTYPRIDD RURAL SANITARY…

PONTYPRIDD COUITTT COURT.

THE PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR.

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THE NEW PAPER.

MR. THOMAS WILLIAMS' TESTIMONIAL.

INVESTMENT OF GEOK TEPE.

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There is, we are happy to learn, no reason to sup* pose that the fh 0 at the London Custom Hlluie was other than accid. ntal. In a store room which was nearly empty a handful of papers lying in a basket became ignited, and the fire was extinguished by a few buckets of vater. The origin is not definitely known. A reward of £ 0 is offered by the Great Western Railway Compt ny for information leading to the apprehension anc conviction of the person or persons who recently m: iciously placed on the up main line, about half a mil east of West Drayton station, an obstruction calculated to throw a train iff tbe rail". and at the sam time tampered with the down line signals with a view to misguide the driven in charge of trains. During the hearing of a charge of bigamy against a man named Willsher, at the Southwark police- court, an inspector intimated that there was reason to believe prisoner had five or six wives living. A school, to accommodate 300 infants, has been opened at Lambeth by the Archbishop of Canter- bury, assisted by the Lord Mayor 01 London and (the Bishop of Rochester. His Grace contended that this country must uphold the religious education of its youth if it wished to maintain its character as a religious nation. He did not believe that any sensible father or mother would wish to giv« their children secular knowledge alone. Secular knowledge was a very good thing but he did not believe they could train the minds of little children without giving them distinct motives to regulate their oonduct, and these could not be obtained from a purely secular education. About 100 tons of hay, the property of Mr. Michael Nunan, of Mallow, have been burned on his farm at Kilmacoom, and on an adjacent townland a rick of about 150 tons was also burned. Mr. Nunan a few months ago ejected two tenants for non-payment of rent, and lately appeared before the Mallow Land League in inference to these ejectments.