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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. .1

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THE CRISIS IN EGYPT.

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----AFFAIRS IN MONTENEGRO.

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--A FISHINGFLEET CAUGHT IN…

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THE STATE OF IRELAND. .,------+-----

THE MUTILATION OF CATTLE INI…

A PLOT AGAINST THE CHIEF SECRETARY…

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---.--THE -LOSS OF THE JEANNETTE.

GUITEAU'S SENTENCE.

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THE HEALTH OF GENERAL GARIBALDI.

THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

ANALYSIS OF THE DIVISION.

SW ANSEA TOWN COUNCIL.

PRESENTATION TO THE MAYOR…

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.

LEGAL ANSWERS.

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LEGAL ANSWERS. SUBP(I-.NA. Briton (Swansea) is entitled to receive conduct money at the time of service, i.e., as Illudl as will cover his espelJss to the place where the trial is to be held. He may demand payment of the remainder of his allowance before lie is sworn. PROBATE DUTY. LNeniesis (Carmarthen) is informed that there is no exemption from probate duty but the widow is exempt from legacy duty. INTESTACY.—If the father of Lacken (Cardiff) really died intestate, the widow is entitled to letters of admi- nistration. After the 'caveat has been lodged, no further costs will be incurred until it is warned, and then the iight. will commence. We do not give esti- mates of kosts, but they will be considerable if the opposition be continued. We cannot advise on the effect of an agreement of which we have not seen a copy. REspoxsiniUTY or HCSHAXD.—We advise "J. W." (Pontypool) to defend the action on the grounds that he did not authorise his wife to contract the debt, and that he always kept, her supplied with sufficient money to buy what was necessary. ANNUITANT.—^T. p. P." (Ifeath) is advised that the annuitant will simply have to apply tor payment in the first instance. Jt she should have any difficulty, she ought to instruct a solicitor to commence an action. Ueing the widow of the testator, no duty will be payable. BVILDrXG HOCLETL-" Mortgagùr" (Cardiff) should apply to have the matter referred t-arbiti-ation in the manner pointed oat by ltulc 98. He will observe as to deposit. If the directors do not comply with his re- quest within 40 ûay, he may apply to the cmwty court. We have returned the second copy rules we did not receive the first. PHONo.SaieLi an extraordinary mistake is never likely to occur to any of your friends again. P. EDWARDS (Merthyr). — We never insert communica- tions which have appeared in other journals. MASTEK AND APPRENTICE.—"W. 0.' (Swansea) is advised that the master cannot cancel the indenture, but might Summon the apprentice before the magis- trates for misconduct, if no premium was paid, or not more than £ 25, and the magistrates might cancel the indenture. The offer made by the master to assign the residue of the term ought to be accepted. AGREEMENT.—" W. R." (Fochriew) is informed that the agreement is binding as soon as it is signed but it cannot be given in evidence until it is stamped, it may be stamrell within fourteen days after its date without penalty, and afterwards ou payment of a penalty. PERJURY.—We do not think "Pembroke" would suc- ceed if he were to prosecute. Admitting that the evidence was false it was not material in the action, to which there was a good defence. Nevertheless, if he is not satisfied, he may instruct a solicitor to have a summons issued for fahe swearing. CHANNEI, ISL.XDS. vVye" (Chepstow) ought to have told ua the amount. If it be small, it would be more trouble thau profit to sue in the island court. The county court here has no jurisdiction there. If the debtor has any goods in this country, and the debt be over .£20. he may be sued in the High Court, which wjould grant, leave to serve the writ out ot tlie jurisdic- tion. But, ifhehasno goods here this would be fruit- less, and the only remedy would be in the insular court. RESPONSIBILITY or TRUSTEE.—" Veritas" (Pontypool) can only escape from his responsibility by resignation, the appointment of a new trustee in his place, and the substitution of another bond for that now in force, unless the lender will specially release him, which is not very probable. ABSCOXDI'A'G DEBTOR.—" Exodus" should go toasclici- tor. Prompt action is essential.

GENERAL ANSWERS.

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j UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES.

THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

RATING OF ROYALTIES, kc.

THE COAL SUPPLY OF SOUTH WALES.

WELSH SUNDAY CLOSING BILL.

I— MR. DILLWYN OX THE BORNEO…

DEATH OF LORD LONSDALE.I

MERTHYR UNION RURAL *. SANITARY…

MERTHYR BOARD OF GUARDIANS:'

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