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i ¡'''R "GOOD GIFT.'" ','…

THE LIVERPOOL MURDER.

SPLITTING BANK NOTES. -

TIIIf WAR IN china! ♦—■■—f'

THE HAWAIIAN REVOLT I 5

FIGHTING-- ON TrfE NI(JEK,j

;.AND ECTm ; --

THE MADAGASCAR. CAMPAIGN.…

SOXMH^W: ALES4DO AI^ TRADE.…

DECOYING ENGLISH GIRLS. .

LORD ABERDARES ILLNESS.

THE WELSH IN LONDON.

CARDIGAN MUNICIPALI BYE-ELECTION.

PORTHCAWL WAXER' ,SUPPLY.I

DEATH OF THE BISHOP^OF>; LLA^DAPFS…

PEMBROKESHIRE OTTER HUNT.

INFANTILE MORTALITY AT NEWPORT.

CRUSHED TO DEATH.

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CRUSHED TO DEATH. A BARRY BOY'S SAD END. A lad, named -Robert -Aanbiidge, aged four- teen, the son; erf Mr. Joseph Ambridge, 81, Princes-street-, Barry, mat with a shocking end on Friday. He was employed by 'Mossra. Pethl:-k Bros., 000tractors of ihe Vale of Glamorgan Railway, weaær, went between two rubbum wagons on the line near Por+hkarry Farm on the afternoon named for the purpose of ooupimg #161», wtieu they were sudddv shunted, and he WM cm-hed between the buffers. Dr. Powell, of Barry, was^ quickly sent for, but the lad succumbed to his uijuries in a few mmutes, fwnd the body was conveyed home by Pol ice- con stab 1 e Halsey- Rili, of Rhoose, and others. An inquest was held on the body on Saturday at Barry Police- atation. befrne. Mr. R B. Tleeoe, Cardiff, the coroner, and a. verdict of "Accidental dewth" was returned. The deceased was a member of the Wesley an Boys' Brigade at Barry, and a. "military" funeral will prol/.tbly take place.

SUDDEN DEATH AT CWMAVON.

MB, CHAMBERLAIN- 8 DISAPPEARANCE.

THE RAILWAY COMMISSION.

THE WEATHER.

THE ELBE DISASTER. ,

REPORTED RE CALL OF SIRI HENRY…

A STORM-PETREL SHOT.

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SHIPPING DISASTERS.r

ISHIPPING NEWS.I

ENGINEER DROWNED AT CARDIFF.

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