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LONDON LETTER.

LLANPAIT DEAF AND DUMBI SCHOOL.

THE PEIWAAEXT BELIEF

AN UN'l'OirrrXATE THIEF.

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THEW AR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

T I I E GREEK QUESTION.

THE MURDER 0E THE CZAR.I

FRANCE AND TUNIS. -...-

CABINET COUNCIL. !

THE REPRESENTATION OFI NORTHAMPTON.

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THE STATE OF IRELAND. 1, i

LATEST GENERAL -NEWS. I

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LATEST GENERAL NEWS. The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh left tierlin on Saturday evening for England. t. ives nomination is fixed for Thursday. Polling on Monday. Old Bow-street police-court. w.is uspd for the last time on Saturday, business being transferred to the new court opposite. The executive committee of the Liberation Socioty have decided to oppose Mr. Blennerhas"Ctn Kegistratiou of Marriages Kill. It is believed that Nir. Ogden, chief-constable of Great Yarmouth, who recently disappeared, has taken passage to Antwerp from Harwich. The Empress Eugenie, atwnded by suite, arrived at Windsor on Saturday afternoon on a visit to the Queen until Monday. The coroner's jury on Saturday found tlint Evan Jones, of Dolgelly, had murdered his wife and then committed suicide whilst of unsound mind. It is believed no active steps will be taken re- specting the new election for Wigau until the report of the election commission i« laid on the table of the House of Commons. Warberry House, Bishopsdown, near Tnnbridge Wells, the rfssideoce of the. ttev. T. Stubbing, was yesterday destroyed by a tire which broke out during Divinp Service. The canons' rooms, Christ Church, Oxford, have been entered, and a massive silver tray, weigliing 163 stolen. A reward of 920 has been offered for the discovery of the thief or thievos. Mr. Gladstone haH written t.. Ir, Summers, memb-r for Staleybridge,stating that the question of the limit of .?n?ptio. f,? the beer duty is under the consideration of the Government. The renewed application to tho Lord Chancellor on Saturday to s«!l tho goods of the linv. Mr. Greeu, Miles Platting, was adjourned sine die, pending the application to the Queen's lSench for a wril ur prohibition. Sir Henry Havelock-Allan addressed a meeting at Sunderland on Saturday, and explained that he had no chuice but to resign his seat or else to cease his connection with tlie army in July next under tho new rule. Il was resolved at. Newcastle on Saturday to celebrate the centenary of George Stephenson's birth on June 9, and that the leading feature of the oommemorotiolt should be the erecting of Stephenson College in connection with the Univer- sity of Durham At Barnslcy, on Saturday night, two Irishmen, James Sheridan aud Patrick Mennion, quarrelled and fought. Mennion stabbed Sheridan with a clasp knife, causing almost instantaneous death, j Both men had been drinking, and the murder was committed at the men's lodgings. Both are labourers, from (iitlwtv, nd had only iodged to- gether six weeks. The Rev. K. H. Candy, Rector of Rwaneomhe was on Saturday sentenced, at Dartford, to on month's imprisonment for violently assaulting and beating William Seward, a lad whom he had been preparing for confirmation, and who had been pro- voked to laughter by another boy. Notice of appeal was given, and bail ?;. accepled. two sumtie.,? in £ 100, and I)ri?ner?s own in L200. The Eltctrician learns tint the Swan electric liglit is to he laid on to bir. John Watson's Eamock Colliery, Motherwell, and will extend to the pit- bottom, tho roadways, thc station where the underground cncine is placed, and possibly the miners' working places. Mr. Watson is of opinion that the lighting of a coalpit by »>lGet.rir.it.y is both feasible and practicable, and he !la8 determined to put his opinion to the test. On Saturday the Welsh National Challenge Cup football match, between the Druids and Whit" Star, was decided at Wrexham, in the presence of about 3,000 spectators. The excitement was intense, and party feeling ran very high. After a rojnurkablv fast game, the Druids won by two goals to none, and they thus retain possession of the cup, which they held tost year, having uow won tho national trophy two Years consecutively. The losing team chartered 11 ^p^cial train from Newtown, by whiçh 700 passongftrs travelled.

IFOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I Ilt GLADSTONE'S STATEMENT.

THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.…

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THE ILLNESS OF LORD J BEACONSFIELD.I

ICARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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THE DEAN OF LLANDAIV ON THE…

I CARDIFF MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

BISHOP IIEDLEY'S LECTURE.…

SATURDAY'S POLICE.I

CARDIFF ROSE SOCIETY. I

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CARDIFF.

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I FORECAST OF THE WEATHER.

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THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF.

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