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FOUNDER OF GORSEINON'S PROSPERITY.

THE BUDGET. MM—

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LLANDILO CRUELTY CASE.|

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DEATH OF DR. DE WITT TALMAGE.

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- LORD WOLSELEY AS A COLONIAL…

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LORD WOLSELEY AS A COLONIAL LEADER. The Colonial troops are, it is said, to be led in the Coronation procession by Lord Wolseley. and there is a distinct appropriateness in this idea. It may not, perhaps, be recalled by many that Lord Wolseley's association with Canada might conceivably have been yet more intimate. The late Sir John MacDonald, the famous Canadian Premier who so completely smashed the idea of the absorption of Canada into the United States, used to tell a story of a laughing sure-eation made to him by Lady, then Mrs. Garnet, Wolseley one evening as he was taking her into dinner, that he should do something for her clever younit husband. Sir John took the suggestion seriously, and afterwards declared that, » political eventualities had not prevented him, be won Id have made Wolseley a Canadian Cabinet Minister. For better? for worse? one may be inclined to ask reflectively, for the bare contm- geucy opens up a strange vista of possibilities which illustrate the present announeement of Lord Woiseley'g place in the Coronation pro- cession.—" Navy and Army."

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- TALKS ABOUT A TRIP. -

,-RHODES TOMB.

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)——— :THE STATUS OF THE BRITISH…

IUNION LINER ON THE ROCKS.…

THE ROYAL JUBILEE METAL EXCHANGE…

THE LATE DR. RICHARD HUGHES.

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