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FARMERS' COLUMN. ..........."'-"'-..................."'V".."'-..............._

. THE IMPORTATION OF AMERICAN…

AGRICULTURE IN NEW ZEALAND.

SPORT. ---

FOOTBALL.~

WELSH ASSOCIATION CUP.

MARKET REPORTS.

Trade Intelligence.

--TIDE TABLE FOR ABERYSTWYTH,…

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ANOTHER CORNISH BANK FAILURE.

THE DINAS COLLIERY EXPLOSION.…

CHESTER ASSIZES.—TUESDAY.

. WREXHAM RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

. E. P. WESTON AT SHREWSBURY.

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SHROPSHIRE ASSIZES.

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COMMENCEMENT OF THE ZULU WAR.

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COMMENCEMENT OF THE ZULU WAR. Tne Daily News correspondent telegraphed from Madeira on Saturday—The Zulu war has commenced. The troops crossed the Tugela on the 12th of January. The Light Volunteers led, followed by the Regulars. The Zulus watched the movement, but offered no opposition. The invading army numbers 13,000 men, exclusive of the re- inforcements on their way to the front. A Renter's telegram from Capetown, dated Jan. —No reply having been received from Cety wayoup io the 11thinst., the British troops advanced, crossed the Tugela river on the 12th inst., and encamped on Zulu territory. The British force, which consists of four columns, has hitherto encountered no opposition. Cetywayo is re- ported to be afraid of the peace party, which is strong amongst the Zulus. It is expected that but a feeble re- sistance will be offered. Brigades of troops have been landed from the Activ and Teuedos. Sir Bartle Frere is at Pietermaritzburg, and will leave on the 20th inst. for the Transvaal. It is reported that his Excellency will assume the Administration of Griqualand West and the Presi- dency of the Legislative Council during the annexation debate. Major Lanyon has been appointed Lieutenant- Governor of the Transvaal.

THE LATE FATALITY ON SNOWDON.

SANITARY WORK IN CARNARVONSHIRE.

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