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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. 1

IfiE MISSING CARDIFF VESSEL…

FATAL FALL OF A STRAW STACK.

SHOCKING DISCOVERY IN A LIMEKILN.

A STEAMER ON FIRE OFF GRAVESEND.

ACCIDENT ON BOARD II.I.S.…

SHOCKING MURDER OF AI FARMER.…

FATAL POACHING AFFRAY.

THE OUTRAGE ON CARMARTHEN-ISHIRE…

THE WINWORD TRAGEDY.

-----..-. SAD DEATH OF A BANK…

THE RIIONDDA COFFEE TAVEUX…

THE RECENT EXPLOSION AT COEDCAE…

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THE MILFORD HAVEN ESTATE COMPANY.

OUTBREAK OF TYPHOID FEVER…

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OUTBREAK OF TYPHOID FEVER AT ABERKENFlG. AN EXTRAORDINARY REPORT. At the bi-monthly meeting of the Rural Sani- tary Authority of the Bridgend and Cowbridge Union, held on Saturday, the inspector of nuisances reported a serious outbreak of fever nt Aberkenfig. A large number of houses in Jenkins-row and on the Old Tiamroad, the locality where the fever existed, were unfit for habitation. Dr. Jenkins, the medical officer of health, also reported upon the outbreak, and condemned a number of houses as being unfit for human habitation. About 27 persons had been attacked, a few had died, and others were in a dying condition. He had several times called the attention of the authority to this part of his dis- I rift, and stated that if typhoid broke out no better nursery for it coil Id be found.—Mr. G. Birkbeck stated that water sufficient to fill an inch pipe percolated into the houses and ran out through the door.—The Inspector informed the authority that the houses belonged to Mr. Jenkins and Mr. Hurley.—He was ordered to take the necessary steps to got them closed, and to ascertain whether any premises could be obtained to be used as a hospital.

THE WELSH SUNDAY CLOSING ACT.

THE ATTEMPTED CHARGE OF MURDER…

ISUNDAY DRINKING AT CARDIFF.

JUVENILE DEPREDATORS AT CARDIFF.

ACTION AGAINST A COLLIERY…

DEATH BY MISADVENTURE AT CARMARTHEN.

IEXTRAORDINARY CL AIMS BY…

STRANGE ADVENTURE IN A BARBER'S…

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT CARDIFF.

COLLIERY DISPUTE AT NEATII.

THE NEW ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

----.-THE LLYNVI AND OGMORE…

---RHONDDA AND SWANSEA DAY…

--.MONMOUTH TOWN COUNOIL.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

fTHE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD IOF…

WELSH NOTES FROM THE METROPOLIS.

THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS IN…

UlEATltE ROYAL, CARDIFF.

THE HEALTH OF NEATII.I --I

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I SWANSEA SCHOOL BOARD.

---BRIDGKNlTTiaviir OF GUARDIANS.