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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…

------FOUNDERING OF A CARDIFF…

---.--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.

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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MERTHYR BOARD OF GUARDIANS: The weekly meeting of the Merthyr Guardians on Saturday was presided over bv Mr R. H lihvs- The Clerk stated that My. Fenwick had applied for the balance of his account fur re-valuing railways. &c. The total amount of hit account was £ 682 7s. 2d., one per cent. on X66,832 10s.,the amount of the valuation, m0 10s. for oufl journey down, and 13 8s. 3d. expenses. The balance was tl82 7s. 2d.—The Chairman said th": result of the valuation was an increase of about X12,000 in the rateable value, which he considered well repaid them for the outlay. ft also enabled them th go with a clear conscience and ask for » re-valuation of the county rate, which he sue" ceeded in inducing the court of sessions to have done. The county rating com" mittee had met on various occasions* and the result was that the county rate wal in- creased by about £ 280,000. He thought their in. crease would be about X5,000, and they would setf the union would be placed in a much better posi- tion when the new basis came into operation* which it would do af-cer the Easter Sessions. rrbo out-door relief during the past week was reported to have been L204 16s. 5d. In the Aberdare Schools it was stated there were 137 children (102 receiving industrial training), and in the workhouse 243 in", mates.—The Chairman intimated that tM" children of the schools had given twrl entertainments, and the proceeds it was in- tended to apply to the purchase of books f°c tlie library and for prizes.—Mr. James Lewi* spot* in high terms ot the appearance and conduct of tila children. k

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