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THE OUTRAGE ON A BRECON SHIRE…

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[THE MONMOUTH DIVORCE I CASE.…

THE ABERYSTWITH COLLEGE.

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SPREAD OF CATTLE DISEASE.

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SPREAD OF CATTLE DISEASE. The "Central News" says:—Cattle disease is prevalent in every county in England, and although not extensive in any one particular the general dissemination of the disease is causing much anxiety at the Veterinary Department of the Privy Council. Orders in Council have been issued scheduling no less than 114 localities, twelve of which came into effect on the 26th inst., 95 will come into effect on the 1st of February, and seven on the 3rd February. Up to the present no cattle disease has been reported either in Wales or Scot- land. Three hundred head of cattle landed at Liverpool on Wednesday from the steamship Kansas were, upon examination, all found affected with the foot and mouth disease, and were, con- sequently, ordered to be immediately slaughtered, in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

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THE DANUBIAN CONFERENCE.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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