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THE RAID ON BOGUS CLUBS.

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MURDER AND SUICIDE AT SHEFFIELD.

FATAL FIRE IN LONDON,

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MR. WILSON BARRETT IN AMERICA.

SUICIDE OF A FARMER NEAR DERBY.¡

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SHOCKING DEATH OF ABRIDEGROOM.

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THE TITHE AGITATION.

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GRAND BAZAARS AT CARDIFF.

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llOATH- CONGREGATIONAL CHUUOH. A bazaar, the proceeds of which are to be de- voted towards liquidating a small debt still re- maining on theRoath-road Congregational Church, Cardiff, was opened on Wednesday in the Stacey- road-hail, and will continue open to-day (Thursday). Mr. Alfred Thomas formally inaugu- rated the proceedings on Wednesday, and was supported by the Revs. J. Lloyd Williams, B.A., J. Williamson, M.A., R. T. Howell, and O. L. Roberts Messrs. James Munn, R. Sutherland, J. L. Gee, Roger Price, W. Teesdaie, A. H. Redway, H. Cuae, J. Bridgeman, John M. Lewis, &c.— Mr. James Muun said that during the past four years they had raised for all purposes £1,239 12s. 7d., out of which JE305 had been devoted to building pur- poses, the remaining debt being only £215. They would be sadly disappointed if any of this remained after the bazaar. (Cheers.)—The hall is tastefully decorated, and the well-furnished stalls are distinguished by the colours red, white, and blue, the red being presided over by Mesdames John Williams, W. H. James, and W. H. Tassell; the white by Mesdames Carver and Llewellyn, and Miss Leon; the blue by Mesdames Lyons and Teesdaie, and Miss Galsworthy. There is also a well-stocked refreshment stall, distinguished as the Green Stall, which is attended to by Mesdames Cude, P. Thomas, J. L. Gee, C. Morgan, and J. Bridgman. A museum of really excellent works of art and rare curiosities, a Fine Art Gailery, and other attractions are also provided. The pro- ceudings are interspersed with instrumental music.

THE TYNM V. THE TAFF.

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HEAVY FINES AT PENARTH.