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GAS EXPLOSION.—On Monday night a rather serious ?as explosion took plaee at 41, Gorse-lane, the residence of Mr. W. Slater. It appears that Mr. Fort Slater and Mr. J. 0. Workman (the son and son-in-law of the occupant) detected an escape of gas as they were about to retire for the night. They at once turned off the gas at the meter, and then with a light went into the back parlour to investigate, when a sharp explosion 4 occurred. The door was blown off the hinges, the glass smashed, and the furniture damaged, while the two gentlemen received slight injuries. 1 UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENTS.—A conference on the above-named question was held in the University College, Cardiff, on Saturday, when there were present respesentatives of the Guild of Graduates, and of the Old Students' 1 Association of the three Welsh University I Colleges, and others. Resolutions were passed in < favour of the formation of an association for the 1 promotion of settlement work, and also of the f establishment of a University Settlement at 1 Cardiff. The question of an executive was also a dealt with. Mr. S. J. Morgan, Cardiff, was in I the chair. 1

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