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NOTES FROM LONDON

A SAD CASE AT CARDIFF.

ROUND THE TOWNS.

MEETING OF THE -II-) BARRY…

TIIE NEW MINIS FRY.

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TIIE NEW MINIS FRY. Everybody is Cabinet-making, but perhaps the most interesting account is to be found in the Daily Chronicle of Thursday. The leader- writer of the Chronicle thinks that all the old gang" — Sir Lyon Playfair, Mr. Os- borne Morgan, Sir O. K. Shuttleworth, and others should make room for better men like Messrs. Arthur Acland, Sydney Buxton, Channing, and S. T. Evans, Lloyd George, and T. E. Ellis who have given a new direction to Parliamentary Radicalism." Mr. John Morley he is uncertain about; Mr. Labouchere would make the best Home Secretary (bar Sir Charles Russell) of the generation. In the writer's opinion there is no earthly reason why Mr. T. P. O'Connor and Mr. Sexton should not be in the Administration.

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SIR CHARLES DILKE ON PUBLIC…

CADOXTON CHURCH SCHOOL TREAT.--

BURNING FATALITY AT BARRY…

REV. HENRY BABB AT BRIDGEND.

FAILURE OF A BARRY TRADESMAN.

INSPECTION OF THE NEW ABERTHAW…

WHY IS'NT WALES TOBY ?