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NEWPORT. ACCIDENT TO A MAGISTRATE—On Saturday, at nOon. Mr. F.J. Hall had the misfortune to fall on tering the petty sessions court. He bled a good tat (r.0,n *'le nose> '3L,t was able subsequently to his seat on the bench, and remained during "Cutting. ACCIDekt.—On Saturday night Charles Towns- J> labourer on the Great House Farm, Bishton, as received into the Infirmary suffering from Mlles kj' falling from a hay loft. s A. J. DAVID, who formerly practised as ai b '"tor *n t'1'8 town, has been called to the Bar j the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. 01 some time past Mr. David has pursued his studies at Cambridge. ODDFKLLOWWIF.—On Friday week a dinner given at the Ship and Pilot Hotel to com- emorate an event of some interest to Oddfellows. year ago ML-. James Davis, corresponding cretary of the Newport District, offi-rod i, S've a supper to the members of the ge which had the largest accession of embers during the year. The Star of Freedom having had an increase of 36, secured the honour, and about 40 of its members sat down to a Capital spread on Friday week. liro. J. Williams P.G.M., presided, and the vice-chair was filled by 11)'0. Payne, N.G., of the lodge. A number of toasts v and songs were given. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—On Saturday Mr. Wood- ruff presided, and Mr. E. Thomas occupied the vice-chair. Number of inmates in the house, 272 corresponding week last year, 303. Died during the week, George Howells, 55; Elizabeth James, 82; Eliza Jane Jones, 24-. Receiving out- door relief. 1.123 adults and 658 children, at a cost of JE172 5s. lid. Number of children in aerleon Schools, 200; corresponding week, 163. "A report by the Schools Committee contained a that the cook, who had been ten years in the service of the board, should have her Services acknowledged on her resignation. Mr. **uxtable gave notice that on a future day he ^ill move that the cook be paid three months' j^kry. After a conversation, the clerk was ^"•ected to write to the overseers of the defaulting Parishes, intimating that if the overdue calls were lot paid at once legal proceedings would betaken. P INQUKST ON A DROWKD SEAMAX.—Mr. W. H. VVM^61" an *n<3ues^ on Mo. id ay on the body of dliain Farghey, late a seaman on board the J-eaoastiip Munroe, lying in the Alexandra Dock. eorge Manlej' gave evidence. About six p.m. on «ir\fay ^ast 'ie heard a cry near the lock-gates of '• °h and from what the bystanders stated he i T°ncluded someone had fallen into the lock. The Suppling irons were got into use, and in about ,ten minutes the body of the deceased was got out ?f the water. All efforts to restore animation were Ineffectual. Verdict Accidentally drowned." 'ISFIO'1 TITINRRY SCHOOLS.—The annual report for t 82 has just been published. The committee ecord a year of steady progress. Her Majesty's j*>spector's report shows that the passes in-the school were 93 per cent. in reading 94 in nting, and 82 in arithmetic. In the girls' schools passes were: In reading. 87 writing, 82, and in rithnietic, 80. Discipline good in infants' school, satisfactory improvement in attainments. The pooamittee regret the loss of Mr. Samuel Hoinfray, oo was ever ready to assist education. There has an increase of £12 in voluntary contributions, Out the committee have still to work under a deficit PJ.^100, and appeal for further help. The com- ^ttee acknowledge with gratitude the services the Rev. E. Davies, who for ten years has acted as treasurer, but now retires. INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY. — Number of Patients attended at the Dispensary during the J^eek ending January 27, 383; visits paid to Patients at their own homes, 62; patients in the infirmary, 22. Surgeon foi the week. Dr. Brewer. H. Dowse, M.B., House Surgeon. Southern Did- r,ct:—Numbor of patients, 59; visits paid to Patients, 134.—R. Cooke, M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A, ^°nd.. Visit ing Surgeon. HORSE DKOWNED.—During the severe gale on i^nday a valuable brood mare, belonging to Mrs. tonsford, Newport, which was grazing on the *rm of Mr. Parry, Caerleon, was blown into the 'sk and drowned. M*. THOMAS CORDKS.—Mr. Cordes, of Bryn Glas, the popular Conservative candidate for the Mon- ^Outhshire Borougiis, who lias been confined to his °°m by serious indisposition for several weeks Past, is now convalescent, and strong enough to take gentle exercise in the grounds of hifi resi- yence. Mr. Cordes took a severe cold whilst nttend- tlie series of Conservative meetings held in Newport, Usk, and Monmouth a month or so ayo.

SWANSEA.

BHYNMA WR.

BLAENRHONDDA. |

BLAENAVON.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND.

I-I ' CWMAVON.I

CHEPSTOW.

DIN AS ISHAF.

FERRYSIDE.

LIANDILO.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

ATAESTEG.

MONMOUTH.

MEKTHYR.

NEATH.

PONTYPRIDD.

ST. CLEAR'S.

TALGARTH.

TENBY.

TREALANV.

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LLANDAFF.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

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