Hide Articles List

23 articles on this Page

MERTHYR INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

SIR THOMAS PHILLIPS' LIBRARY.

THE " MR. BROWNING " MR. GOSSE…

IMPORTANT RATING APPEALS.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

SOUTH WALES COAL CONTRACTS.I

A PRINCE CHARGED WITH! I SWINDLING.|

INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION. !

ABERDARE JUNCTION CHAMBER…

MERTHYR POLICE-COURT.

THE CAPCOCH RAPE CASE. !

THE DISCHARGE NOTES QUESTION.

PRESENTATIONS TO ! AN ODDFELLOW…

[No title]

DEATH OF DR. JAMES, ABERAMAN.…

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A NEATH…

" DR. JIM."

News
Cite
Share

DR. JIM." Dr. Jameson arrived at Plymouth Sound on Sun- day night on board the transport Victoria. He did not land there, but proceeded to Devonport, where the troops accompanying him were disembarked oa Monday. The Victoria then left. During the voyage from Africa the Doctor and his comrades, who are described officially as political prisoners, spent much time in preparing their defence. They were on Mon- day visited by the legal adviser of the South African Company, who had a long consultation with Dr. Jameson. I)r. Jameson and his officers were arrested on Tuesday afternoon on tho River Thames, off Pur- flect, and placed on board a pol c launch, in which they were conveyed to London. At Waterloo they were put info jonmibuses, and taken to Bow-street, where they were charged with otfences under the Foreign Enlistment Act, and t^nanded for a fort- night, each in hi> •> i recoguihuuces in the sum of £2,000. On enteri; -tid leaving the court they were vociferously cheered, despite the efforts of the inagis- trate and court officials to stop the demonstration.

SUNDAY PAPERS IN THE RHONDDA.

SACRILEGE AT CARDIFF.

A GRUESOME DISCOVERV,

Advertising

'---MOUNTAIN ASH COUNCIL.

Advertising