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I Charge of SlanderI

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS. - -…

BASH IN THROAT. ———do——

INNOCENT MAN IN CHARGE.I

SOLICITOR SENT TO GAOL I

THE PREMIER STILL __ILL.____I

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I Afraid to Take RisksI

"COFFEE COOLER'S" .DRINKSI

SMALL-POX ON A CARDIFF STEAMER.

|MEDICAL STUDENTS

ITOO FOND OF WATCHES

IWANTED A DRINK

I NO MILITARY DEATH SENTENCE

I __ALL __ABOUT A "DEVIL"…

GOT IN THE FIRST -BLOW.I

FLAGS FLYING AT BARRY I

A MERE FIGUREHEADI

GREAT WHISKY FRAUDSI

MADAME PATTI AND SWANSEA !

! ASSAULTED HIS MOTHER

! A POET'S ESTATE. I

I Mr Keir Hardie Mgbbed

LICENSING SESSIONS.

STOPPED A PIT.I

BYE-ELECTION-I

IWINDSOR COLLIERYI

I NEW ZEALAND CRICKET

IMURDER, AOOIDENT, OR SUICIDE…

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(Scramble for Jewellery.1…

1KING'S CAR BREAKS DOWN

ITARIFF REFORM MOVEMENT.I

SOCIALISM IN TABLOIDS I

PLATFORM PILFERING I ----

IDESPERATE POLITICAL CRIMEI

!MARGATE MYSTERYI

I LADY HASTINGS'S WILL I

I SWANSEA AUDITORS

ITHE BRISTOL CHANNEL CRASHI

I Cardiff Trader LostI

Murderer or Maniac?

') Object to Her Family' I

.To-day's Football. I

"BALD, UGLY TRUTH" I

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"BALD, UGLY TRUTH" I Coroner's Advice to a Navvy I An inquest was held at tihe Adelaide Hotel, Swansea-, this afternoon on the body of Selina Rushbrook, aged about 25, Strand, Swansea, who met her death by drowning in the carnal soon after midnight on Saturday, whilst in the company of a man called Ernest Witts, a navvy. The Coroner said Witts was to be com- mended for telling the bald, ugly truth, but he might have made some attempt to rescue the woman. Probably his muddled state through drink was his only excuse. It was sot for the ratepayers to make things eaeier for these women, but this was a dark, dan- gerous place, and there had been drowning cases there before, and the jury might draw at.tention to the absence of light, k Addressing Witts, the Coroner said it was discreditable tha.t he, a fine, aJhle man, did not make some attempt to save the woman. He also advised him to give up that kind of life, as he seemed capable of risingabove it, and these women would get him into trouble. Wilts: Yes, sir. Mr. Rushbrook, the husband of the unfor- tunate woman, stated that he had been sepa- rated from her for twelve months. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental Death," adding a. rider with reference to the absence of light.

:LANDLORDS AND TENANTSI

INAVAL OFFICERS AT -VARIANCE…

HIT THE LANDLORD WITH A STONEI

AN AMBASSADOR'S SALARYI

iCEREBRAL SPINAL FEVER __I

I"A BRUTE, NEVERTHELESS"

I Baby in Dames j Baby in…

IMiniature - Rifle Clubsi

To-day's Finance. I

Trade and Shipping. I

CARDIFF ARRIVALS. I

-.IMPORTS. I

MOVEMENTS OF LOCAL VESSELS.…

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BIRMINGHAM. .t

OFFICIAL STARTING PRICESj

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TO-DAY'S LONDON BETTTNG- I

NEWMARKET NOTES. I

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