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. JAMESON TAKEN INTO CUSTODY.…

THE REVOLUTION IN CUBA-

A RUSSIAN COUP. .

BULGARIAN AFFAIRS.

ASHANTI EXPEDITION.¡ DEATHS…

STUDENT IN REVOLT. |

THE IRTSH PAT7TY.

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MYSTEPIOUS TRAGFOY AT COPENHAGEN,|

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I TYLOKSXOWN DISASTER. INQUIRY TO BE OPENED AT PONT- YP.RIDD TO-DAY. The inquiry into the Tvlorstown disaster wll be opened at the "Queen's Hotel. Pontypridd, at ten o'clock this (Tuesday) morning. Mr. Robert Woodfall has been appointed to rot as Home Oiiioe counsel, while Mr Abel Thomas, M.P., will appear fur Messrs. D. Davis and Son, the proprietors oi tiie Tyloistuwn Col- lie vies. M'R. WOODFALL'S APPOINTMENT. In the House of Commons on Monday, Mr. JESSE COLLINGS binder-Secretary for the Home Department) informed iJi-. Thomas ♦bat the Home Secretary had aheady appointed Mr. V oodfall to act as Home OtHce counsel at the inquiry iiuo tbe cnuR«? of the coli'erv explosion in the Merthyr Tydfil district. Mr. Wocdfall had had p-e- vious experience a«s Home Office ooun-cl in many and he would have the- assistance of a mines irspe-itor who had technical know- I ledge 01 the whole subject and n inutc acquain- tance with the circumstances of the district. A Welsh-fPeaking spec tor would be m aittei- dance turoughout trie ctu-,e. APPEAL BY LORD WINDSOR. Lord Windsor, mayor of Cardiff, writes a-s follows to the Times":—Will you kindly per- mit me, through your columns. to make an appeal to the public OIl behalf of the survivors of the victims of the late colliery explosion at Tylorstown, nar Pontypridd (Glamorgan- r e) ? The extent of the disaster is shown by the following figuree:—Number killed, 57; of which 30 were married me-n, leavirg 27 widow? slid ai together 03 children who were dependent on them. I have the permission of the Lord M ay or to add that this appeal is made "õh his sympathy, and that if it should bv any convenience to subscribers their donations may be paid in at the Mansion House 1 or re- mittance to me at Cardiff. A DISPUTE AT THE COLLIERIES. The collieries were idle on Monday owing to a dispute between the management and a number of the miners regarding the war,cs paid for '^clearing tŒ1-e debris. The dvpufce was ultimately settled.

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