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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. .1

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-------THE HERZE(J0VIXIAN…

THE CRISIS IN EGYPT.

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_.--------_. TURKOMAN RAID…

----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…

------FOUNDERING OF A CARDIFF…

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

GUITEAU'S SENTENCE.

------- ICANNIBALISM IN THE…

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.

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…

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MERTHYR UNION RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY. I The monthly meeting of this authority on Satur" day was presided over by Mr. R. H. Rhys, there being also present—the Kev. A. Davies, and Messrs- c. E. Mathews, L. Evans, and Evan Lewis. Messrs. W. Graham, Son, and Hitch cox, solicitorSi Newport, on behalf of Air. Lewis Jenkins and Mr- L. Evans (a member of the authority) claimed 1:79 and £55 respectively for compensation and damage done to the lands of those persons in laying down the pipes for the Vochriw water supply, fn the case of Jenkins the damage done was £ 4, and ICl the other t5, and the clerk advising that that wa all the authority were liable to pay. it was agreed that, otters of those amounts should be made. The parochial committee's re- ports contained no matter of general interest. The Medical Officer reported that he had received in- formation of the occurrence of eight cases of scarlet fever at Cefn, two at Bargoed, two at Bed- linog, eighteen at Deri, and three at VochrivV1 during the past month. The outbreak of feveriB Troedyrhiwfach in December had declined.—Ta» Clerk said he had reason to believe the Dowlais Schools would be closed on Mondav.—Replying to the chairman, the Medical Officer "stated that the fever was not abating, and he was afraid of Pontlottyn and Tirphil having a great dose.—Mr. Lewis Evans: What about Vochriw I-Ttie Medical Officer: You will have it heavily.—The Chairiiian said there would be a meeting of the j Gejligaer School Board in a fortnight. —The Medical Officer You have now the JS opinion of the Local Government Board as to the closing of schools.— The Clerk: Do you admit the fact stated by Dr. Cress well, that when the schools were closed—during the holidays—tha fever was worse ?—The Medical Officer: As a matter of fact, it was not o,-The Clerk: I have seen it stated.—The Medical Officer: The week before tha Penvdarren Schools closed the number of cases was 17, and the week after it was 34. Dr. Cress- well, however, was disingenuous enough not >° also state that fever took nine days before it broke out. In the second week after the schools closed there were 17 cases, and tor those cases 10 werr of children in school at Dowlai.Some further conversation followed, and the subject dropped.

MERTHYR BOARD OF GUARDIANS:'

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