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WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE TRADE OF THE PORT AND…

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NOTES BY WATCHMAN.

ITHE LATE "FREE CHURCHMAN,"

THE TAFF VALE RAILWAY. j

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THE TAFF VALE RAILWAY. WILL THERE BE ANOTHER STRIKE ? The relations between the Taff Vale Rail- way Company and their old workmen are again strained, and there is some reason to fear that, unless tho grievances of the men are removed, the strike which occurred last August will be renewed at an early date. Discontent has raged ever since the settle- ment, and the retention of about 70 of the men imported during the last struggle, it is said, has greatly exasperated tlie old hands. When the settlement was effected the latter believed that the strangers woul-1 be got rid of within a month, and the conciliation scheme then discussed would be in operation before the close of this year. Neither event happened. Another agitation has been started, and negociaticns which have recent- ly been conducted between the men's Execu- tive Committee and the Company ended s unsatisfactorily that the Committee have placed the case entirely in the hands of the men.

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BRITON FERRY.

SKEWEN.

MORRISTON.

LLANSAMLET.

SEASONABLE GENEROSITY.

FARMER SHOT NEAR PONTARDAWE.

FOREIGN TRIBUTE TO BRITISH…

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OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON."

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RAILWAY RETURNS.

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