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THE ACTION AGAINST THE SWANSEA…

1-'-LOSS OF A CARDIFF-LADEN…

! DARING BURGLARY NEAR BRISTOL.

ACCIDENTS IN THE FOOTBALL…

MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON A POLICE-OFFICEH.…

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A PLEASANT REXr AUDIT.

iTWENTY-ECVK PER CENT. IiEDUC!TION…

I'CRICKHOWELL.

IMONTGOM RHYS HIRE.

A CHESHIRE CLERGYMAN'S BALANCE-SHEET.

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CLYDEY, PEMBROKESHIRE.

LL AND YFR [OG, CARDIGA NSHIRE.

ST. i >AYID'S.

LLANEGRYN.

LLANFAlH NANT-Y-GOF.

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A BISHOP'SEXPI':RIEC¡': AS…

FIRE AT A GLASGOW OIL WAREHOUSE.

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AN EXTRAORDINARY WALKING FEAT.

I NAVAL VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY…

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DEATH SENTENCES RESPITED.

LOCAL COMMISSIONS.

FOOTBALL.

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BILLIARDS.

TRADE REPORTS.

THE WEEK'S MARKETS.

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AN UNWELCOME VISITOR.

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AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. The last hunt of Lord Rothschild's staghoundS met with an extraordinary termination. They met in the morning on the borders of Bedfordshire, al goodly field turning out, and after a smart run ofc nearly a couple of hours the stag made its appea(r)- ance in the village of Woburn Sands, not far from! the seat of the Duke of Bedford. It entered anj orchard at the rear of the house of Mr. George, and- Mrs. George, who was sitting in the dining-room* was not a little startled by the deer suddenly dash- ing through the window and alighting close by hec side. She rushed into the hall and opened the front door, hoping that her unceremonious visitoi would take his departure but instead of this it turned aside into the drawing-room, and makingits way to the window coolly placed its feet on a couch, and raising itself took an unconcerned view of what was going on in the street. The sound of the approaching hounds and horsemen, however, made it retreat to the kitchen. Here it made a dash at tho window, but it was unable tc* get through, and the huntsmen coming in it was speedily captured and locked in the stable for thef night. The animal bad cut itself severely in jumpt* ing through the glass.

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