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NEWPORT TRAGEDY PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. John Langmaid, a.ged 38, a ship's oarpenter, of Pretoria. House, Alexandra-road, Newport, was brought up in custody on remand at I Newport on Monday charged that he Feloniously, wilfully, and of malice afore- thought did kill and slay his wife, Susan Catherine Langmaid, at Pretoria. House, Alexandra-road. The Olerk (Mr. T. Summers): Now, Mr. Sinclair (the head-constable), I understand that you ask for a further remand. Mr. Sinclair; Yes, until Friday, at the request of the Publio Prosecutor. Mr. G. LI. Lloyd, who appeared for the prisoner, said he did not object. The Clerk (to one of the two policemen who had him in close custody in the dock): Ask him if he has any objection to being remanded till Friday. Police-constable James shouted the request in the prisoner's ear, but there was only a feeble response, which could not be heard. The Mayor: You will be remanded till Fri- day. Prisoner, on being told this, said he would raither that the matter were sottled at once and not put off. Why was it he was going to be remanded again? "Because the prosecution is not ready," answered Mr. Lloyd in his ear. Prisoner: But they ought to have known that before, and not brought me up here again. He was removed in custody.

3 COURT OF ARCHESI -I

WORKS' DOCTORS DISAGREE

WELSH LADY DOCTOR.

£ 50 BAIL ESTREATED.

TECHNICAL SCHOOL. .

TRAINED NURSED CLAIM. -

SIGNS OF DISCONTENT AMONG…

SOUTH WALES PROSPERITY

BRITISH CARPET TRADE.

IDOCKYARD WORKMEN ON STRIKE.

PORT TALBOT STEELWORKSI

l• COAL-TAX REPEAL

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PAINFUL STORY. .

I" ROBl NSON CRUSOE."

DRINKS AT THE THEATRE

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THE FATE OF THE STEAMSHIP…

I WELSH BOAT IN DISTRESS

!DESTROYERS IN COLLISION

GALE ON WELSH COAST. I-

EXCITING FIRES.

FATAL ACCIDENTS. .

THE ROYAL TOUR IN INDiÄ

BOILS DIDN'T MATTER

AFTER THE MATCH

CAERPHILLY VOLUNTEERS.

A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION

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