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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…

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DEATH OF DR. JAMES, ABERAMAN.…

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A NEATH…

" DR. JIM."

SUNDAY PAPERS IN THE RHONDDA.

SACRILEGE AT CARDIFF.

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SACRILEGE AT CARDIFF. Some miscreant, between seven o'clock on Saturday night and nine on the following morning, effected an entry into the Baptist Chapol in Brunei-street, off Tudor.rood, Cardiff. The street is a short one, between Eldon-road and Craddoek-street, and the sacrilegious burglar would seem to have entered the building by the side windows, which open to aR alley at the side, and are not to be seen from the road. He would also have to climb over an iron gate, which is always kept locked. The caretaker was the first to discover what had happened. On going to the cup- board in which the missionary boxes are kept he found that seven had 1100.1 opened, a'ud their con- tents removed, but he discovered, much to his satis- faction, that 28 of the boxt/s had belli untouched. How much or how little was in the boxes is not known. No arrests have l>een made, and the police havo no clue. They have no access to the building, and, as had been explained, the window through which the entry was made is not within sight. J.d_

A GRUESOME DISCOVERV,

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