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THE OUTRAGE ON A BRECON SHIRE…

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BANKRUPTS, LIQUIDATIONS, &C.I

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[THE MONMOUTH DIVORCE I CASE.…

THE ABERYSTWITH COLLEGE.

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uiJS MILFORD DOCKS COMPANY.

THE WEST OF ENGLAND BANK V.…

THE CASTLE STEEL AND IRONWORKS…

SPREAD OF CATTLE DISEASE.

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j THE OUTRAGE ON AI BRECONSHIRE…

CLOSING OF A COLLIERY IN NORTH…

THE COAL ANDIRON TRADES OF…

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THE COAL ANDIRON TRADES OF SOUTH WALES. The recent stormy weather has had the effect of diminishing to a. slight extent the immediate pressure on coal shippers, but, nevertheless, the business being done is of a highly satisfactory character. Both steam and house coals ate very firm, and sellers expect, from the present position of affairs, to be fully ahle to main- tain this condition of things. Small steam coal still remains comparatively quiet, although the prices realised are much higherthan were ruling twelve months since. Patent fuel is in great demand, and makers both at Cardiff and Swansea, are full up with orders. The coal clearances last week were Foreign Prom Cardiff, 116,796; Newport, 26,734 Swansea, 22,324. Coastwise: Cardiff, 21,818; Newport, 13,625; Swansea, 9,502. Some large shipments of rails were also made from Newport. and a few from Cardiff. The chartering market is not much altered, but the northern French ports uow appear a little firmer, and better figures are lJeiug obtained for the upper end of the Mediterranean.

THE FALL OF A THUNDERBOLT…

THE DANUBIAN CONFERENCE.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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THE WEEK'S MARKETS.

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