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.. JOHN BBDELL'S I SACRIFICE.

THE CHOLERA.

THE ANARCHISTS.

LADY MA>\SKL AND HER MANAGER.i

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AMERICAN FOREST FIRES. ,.',.

FAST STEAMERS TO CANADA.

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TWO SWAGGERERS IN TROUBLE.I

CHOIR BOY DROWNED, .--

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SEAMEN'S STRIKE AT CARDIFF.

CARDIFF COAL TRIMMERSI AND…

CARDIFF DOCKERS WAGES,

SOUTH WALES COAL TRADE.

THB FATALITY ON SNOWDON.

TERRIBLE BOATING1 DISASTER.…

ANCIENT WELSH MSS.

THE CARDIFF SHOOTING CASE.

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THE CARDIFF SHOOTING CASE. PRISONER AGAIN BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES At Cardiff on Monday after- nooll. (before Mr. L. M. Brown, deputy sti- pendiary. and Alderman Carey) Aeil Patterson, 23. a Swedish sailor, was bronght up on remand charged with feloniously shooting and wound- ing Charles Rich, with mteut to do hint grievous bodily harm, at Cough-street, crt August 25. Mr. Arthur defended the prisoner I Cuarles Rich said he was a fireman, and bed at 23, Gough.street. On the night cf ( the 25th Drison-.r attempted to ent*r iiit- uous^. and witness prevented him. Prisoner then drew a revolver, and fired tour shots in rapid Bi't-cetsiou. 'I he l.-vt shot struck witness in the right thigh. C ross-examiaed, witness said he was at right thigh. C ross-examiaed, witness said he was at in May Wt. Flis house was not a disorderly I house, lie had been co*r.icted at that u.rt fcr^ shebeeniin;. Ho did not, strike prisoner- auc there was no truth in the asscrtioj. that prisonci- was robbed by him. Prisoner did not ao to the house with a woman. Dr. A. W. Sheen, house -surgeon at the Car } diff Infirmary, *&id he saw Rioti at the infir- mary ju.d after midnight on August 25. He wa.s suffering from a bullet wound in tiie thigh. The wound wae quite a superficial one, and was no evidence of tihe presence of a buiiet. Thri'd were thret? holes in Hu trousers tJwm was no evidence of tihe presence of a buiiet. Tht-ro were thret? holes in Hu trousers worn by Rich but none -in tha drawers. That, effect would lie bi-ouglit about by the drawers being driven into tho wound and tiien flying back. A Tiin.n ntuiicd Hayvard, a fireman, lipag at 14, (.iotigli-strei t, s;iid he eaw prisoner fiish back. A Tiin.n ntuiicd Hayvard, a fireman, lipag at 14, (.iotigli-strei t, s;iid he eaw prisoner fiish out of No z3. f^ough-street, followed by Rich. P. Mnfr fired several shots at Rich, who fell 011 the side walk. Witness WPTlt tl) catch prisoner, who fired another shot, and was immediately afterward-" arrested by Fireman I Windsor. .TalUes Ingram corroborated as to the firing. I' Fireman Windsor stated that he "aught the maTI and took thH revolver from him. and then I handed him over to Police-constable Adams. Police-constable Adants charged prisoner, who made no rfmlv. The defence WM" reserved, prisoner being committed for trial at the assizes.

ALLEGED WHOLESALE SWINDLING…

WAR IN THE EAST.

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MR S. SMITH, M.P.,I CENSURED

A TERRIBLE DEATH,

A BOY SHOT AT YARMOUTH. --I

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- COAL DUST IN MINES.

THE ILFRACOMBE DROWN .ING…

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WELSH LAND COMMISSION. 1 .