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BOB YN DDWRNAD.

THE LLANELLY COALFIELD.

DISPUTE AT MARDY COLLIERY.

BRECON AND MERTHYR JUNCTION…

CHILDREN'S CONCERT AT CEFX.

I DASTARDLY RAILWAY OUTRAGE.

SERIOUS OFFENCE BY A NEATH…

TYLORSTOWN EXPLOSION.

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TYLORSTOWN EXPLOSION. MIL D. A. THOMAS AND THE JURY S VERDICT. In the Hotise of Commons 011 Friday, Mr. D. A. Thomas askt»d the Home Secretary whether his atten- tion had bees called to the verdict of the coroner's jury in the case of the Tylorstown explosion, in .vh:ch the jury expressed their surprise that her Mujesty'a inspectors had not made a thorough and Systematic" inspection of No. 8 Pit during the past fifteen month*, and recommended that practical working man be appoiuted as assistant inspectors of minea whether he will take steps to ascertain from his predecessor the nature of the undertaking given by him last year to appoint such inspectors and how far b" proposes to meet the recommendation of tha coroner's jury.— Sir Matthew White Ridley said his attention nad t'een called to the verdict of the jury by the reports in the newspapers. A f ill report would be revived in due course from the inspectors and counsel repre- senting the Home Office at the inquest, and the ver. dict of the jury would be carefully considered. He had nothing to add to the answer he gave a abort time ago, when he quoted the undertaking by his pre- decessor, which appeared to him to l>e j>erfectly dear. —Mr. Fenwick (It., Northumlierland, Wanebeok) inquired as to the production of the report of the evidence.—Sir Mattnew White Ridley said certainly it would be included. A full report would be sent in the usual way in due eonrse. but it would take a little time in preparation.

SIR THOMAS PHILLIPS' LIBRARY.

MASONIC INSTALLATION AT ABERDARE.

BRAYERY IN THE PIT. I

TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN.

EAST GLAMORGAN RECHABITES.