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BRECONSHIRE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE.

ISHOCKING ACCIDENT AT A COLLIERY.

THE ATTEMPT TO KILL TWO! GIRLS…

DISASTROUS FIRE AT A COLLIERY.

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SINGULAR FIND.

DEATH OF AN OLD NAVAL OFFICER.

THE ENTOMBED MINERS.

THE ABBE LISZT. i

A BRITISH SHIP PLUNDERED BY…

SERIOUS TRAMWAY COLLISION…

SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

ALARMING FIRE IN LONDON.

SAD ACCIDENT AT ALDERSHOT.

SHOCKING AFFAIR AT BARNSTAPLE.

HORRIBLE END OF A LUNATIC…

A PASSENGER STEAMER ASHORE;

DEFRAUDING A DETECTIVE,

THE ARMSTRONG ABDUCTION CASE.

HEROIC ACT OF A MEDICAL MAN.

THE MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL.

LIFE IN A LONDON LODGING-HOUSE.

THE FAILURE OF A WELSH COLLIERY…

TERRIBLE EXPLOSION AT WALTON

EXTRAORDINARY CAREER OF A…

DISORDERLY HOUSES.

THE ATTEMPTED CHILD MURDER…

MEMORIAL TO DR. TAIT.

FATAL TRAP ACCIDENT.

THE BATH MINERAL WATERS.

SUDDEN DEATH AT BURRY PORT.

FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT AT A PONTEFRACT…

THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT ALDERSHOT.

THE NEW MCJNSTKR BANK.

GREAT BURGLARIES AT LEICESTER.

MRS. LANGTRY IN THE COUNTY…

SHOCKING COLLIERY ACCIDENT…

DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE AT LLANISHEN.

THE PENARTII CHAPEL DISPUTE.

THE FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT…

DISASTROUS FIRE AT BRIDGEND.

SERIOUS WOUNDING CASE AT FERNDALE.

A DANGEROUS GAME AT TON YSTRAD.

SINGULAR FATALITY AT FERNDALE.

CHESS.

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

IPLOUGHING MATCH AT RAGLAN.

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PLOUGHING MATCH AT RAGLAN. The first meeting of the Raglan Farmers' Club, after a lapse of seven years, took place on Monday last on the ground of Mr. Townsend. Castle Farm. The ground was in splendid working order, and the 30 teams entered turned out excellent work all through. The judges were Mr. Allen James, Trevedw, Pandy, and Mr. Benjamin Addis, Bridge Farm, Llanvihangel, Abergavenny, for ploughing, and Mr. Edwin Lewis, Tregirog, for horses. A dinner was afterwards held at the Beaufort Arms Hotel, when Lord Raglan presided, being supported by Col. MCDonnell, Usk; Mr. S. C. Bosanquet, Dingestow Court; Mr. Wm. W. Phil- lips, J.P., Major Eastham, and the Rev. Planta- genet Somerset. The vice-chairman was Mr. Morgan, Lodge Farm, Raglan, and about 60 sat down. Lord Raglan, speaking on the question of agriculture, said the scheme which had been set forth by an advanced school of Liberals was that it was the right thing to steal land from persons who knew how to use it, and to give it in patches to others who did not know how to use it. (Ap- plause.) If some Farmers' Clubs wanted to have a ploughing match they could not have itif Mr. Chamberlain's system of theft were carried out unless some three or four gentlemen who owned from two to three acres of land and a cow- (laughter)-put their heads together and agreed to allow it. To prevent this they should, for their own interests, return a Government which would protect them. They must stand shoulder to shoulder and fight the question out. (Applause.)

ST. MELLON'S PLOUGHING MATCH.

GAZETTE NEWS.

TRADE REPORTS.

THE ASSESSMENT OF COLLIERIES…

THE CHARGE AGAINST A DUBLIN…

THE WEEK'S MARKETS.

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FOOTBALL.

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