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NEW SWANSEA DOCKMASTER.

REV. T. TEIFION RICIHARDS.

POST-CARDS FROM THE PENNY…

,SWANSEA BREWSTER ! SESSIONS.j…

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SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.

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THE COURT IN TEARS.

FRESH SENSATIONAL REVELATIONS.

PRESS REPORTS TO BE PURGED.

STRONG WITNESS FOR THE DEFENCE.

BILIOUSNESS.I

SENSATIONAL BURGLARY IN PARK-LANE.

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SENSATIONAL BURGLARY IN PARK-LANE. THIEVES' HAUL AT ME- WERTHEIMER'S EESIDENCE. GAINSBOROUGH AND A REYNOLDS STOLEN. The London Star" states that the most sensational burglary in the world of art. since the theft of the Gainsborough Duch- ess in 1876. took place early on Tuesday morning, in Norfolk-street, Park-lane, at the residence of Mr. Charles Wertheimer, the well-known millionaire. At six a.m., the household was aroused by the furious ringing of the burglar alarms with which the house is fitted. The front door was open, and on search being made, it was found tha.f4 two canvases had been stolen from the drawing room, and the thieves had unsuccessfully attempted to cut away a third. The two missing are known to be of great value, 'a Gainsborough and a Reynolds. The former is a portrait cf Nancy Parsons. by Gainsborough. The second is Sir Joshua Reynolds' portrait on canvas of the Hon. Mrs. Charles Yorke. Both, these old mas- ters had been cut from the frames hastily.

,SWANSEA BREWSTER ! SESSIONS.j…

SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.

SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.