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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.

ALLEGED WHOLESALE SWINDLING…

WAR IN THE EAST.

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WAR IN THE EAST. I .< I 'WO OFFICERS REWARDED. A Beater's tetagnun from Tientsin en Man. day sxys;—An Tatpmrial edict hM been inmiffd rewarding -General Yah and TOO «fficeu far t.Jaø" victory over the Jtptnen forces at Ping taaf; which th» Ohineee Comtnjuader reported to the Th*un»ou thfr mh ait. TJte Japanese lose in the battle wao entimated at 5,000, wiub tile CSiineso casualties was described njmma.il The Central Newra says: — Hie j tm&atttMB in Londoa are not iodised to attaah any credence to the alleged Imperial tidiœ •wsjdmg 700 ofBoure for then* gallantly at the Ping Yang skirmish. Had 700 officers directed the operations there, tb6 Chinese total farce engaged should have been 50,000; mot, instead of 1,200 ongina-Uy r&ported to lIMo foughi. It is asserted thai, tine are not 700 Chinese officers in tiie wafofe of fW Neither do the Chinese officials accept the report of jnks from Ninchnvang having paesed numberless floating Japantw aarpII!IJ as confirming the Japanese defeat on tIbø Tatung River, which is hundreds of toilee to the eastward of a junk's course from Nmiiiwang to Shanghai. Siiofi iunks, moreover, would not be likely to venture towards the Coreao ot* at in view of poseiWe Japanese aotmin. The iunk story, it is declared, is as probable' as a. captain of a. steamship bound from Londou so New castle reporting that he had passed a quantity of wreckage at the mouth of the Shan- nan. THE DETAINED GCNBOAT AT ADEN. The Central News 1 earns that the Japanese gwnboat Tafc*a*u is still detaanod a.t Aden, and that the British authorities have no intention Otf releasing her until the conohurion of the war. Tin? engineers will be allowed on board to see thai the vessel's engines are kept in good order, but any attempt to move hw <fc<o*kl be immediately prev^mted The vessel is covered by the guns in the Aden batteries.

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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 .