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- NEATH COUNTY COURT. .

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- ISWANSEA HIGHER AND LOWER…

SWA'NSEATUEICE COURT. 0

TEE CHIEF RABBI AT • SWANSEA.…

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THE REYOLTERS CAMPAIGN.

REYOLTERSTMEETING AT DENBIGH.

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THE HON. H. C. BRUCE. .

SCENE ATTHE NEATH COUNTY COURT.—…

PIT1~\NS) POINT,

SNOW IN GLAMORGANSHIRE.

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- STORY OF A POULTICE.|

C^LT ONE KLPTG THERE.

SATISFIED BOTH.

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SATISFIED BOTH. A funny story is being told of two French noble men and a favourite singer. The Freocnmen were suitors of the lady, and botk teemed to be equally esteemed by her. It appears that in France, as well as in many otikOt ooun tries, a lock of hair is jonsidered a signal pledge of tender passiou. Mdlle. B- glories in tht possession of auburn ringlets, and would sob part with one of them for less than a duchy. Her admirer*, however, happened to have hair ot the same golden hue as that of their common love, Hash begged a tress of her hair in exchange far a lock of his own, to which the charming creature readily assented, and, without touching a .single hair of her head, cunningly managed to effect a change of parcel^ by which each% gentleman received a curl of him rival's capillaries. The count now wears the baron's hair next to hit jheart,and the baroa sleeps with the count's lock uada Vis pillow.

THAT BUZZING ON THE WIRES.

M AARl ^TlfLLrS MODEL PRINCE.

.IN THEIR OWN TRAP.

SPORTS AND PASTIMES""'-

BANKRUPTCY INTELLIGENCE,

CORRK8POJN PENCE

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IRAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.…

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