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TURKEY'S APOLOGY.

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TURKEY'S APOLOGY. "Igaria Trying to Force a War. Saturday (via Frontier),—It baa tran- IP .e" that the Porto made a very complete *!ol to k*36 Government here for the recent t0 °f the Bulgarian frontier. This is taken ^ithTj0 Turkey really does not wish for war Vq Bulgaria. She has certainly been given pro- dtJon for a dozen wars without any apparent 'Te to take advantage of them. To judge from j} j 'Bents made by members of thia Government l^'Kada is resolved to go to war if lhat should ^ecessary to obtain autonomy for Macedonia, 'Or ft6 '^ea 13 to *orce Turkey to be the aggres- Hj Bulgaria's arrangements for war are prac- complete, bat it is thought advisable to ^jn.flate at least another month's stores of and ammunition. Therefore Bulgaria Hiding her time.—Central News. Demobilisation. Monday.—The demobilisation of 10,000 ^'kish troops corresponding with the Bulgarian v ttwbilisation of 5,000 men announced yesterday taken place. The troops for disbandment however, been selected from those called •^■s,a Minor. This fact, coupled with othei- 3f»perit3' 's re^'arded by the Cabinet as ominous .Turkey's real intentions in the matter of the ^obil i sat i on agree ment. —Renter. Protest Meeting at Newport. inhere was a large audience at the Temperance Newport, on Monday evening to protest ^?a'nst the Macedonian atrocities. The Rev, W. lhVlTn presided, and speeches were delivered by J- H. Blackwell; Rev. Elwyn Thomas, j a Mr F.J. Heybonrne. A resolution protest- ta*-aSa'nst the atrocities was passed, and adepu- « «on was appointed to wait on the Mayor ask- 8 him to open a local i«lier fund. Continued Fighting Mutinous Albanians. .lonika,, Monday.—A band bus been dispersed J •Felestin, near Seres, losing 11 killed. The » «rks had three killed. Pascal Uimitris' band been defeated in the Tchiri Balkan, near ^hricla with a loss of seven killed. Many small ^^nishes are reported. The Albanian battalion. Kama.novo is reported to have mutinied and y'UJdered the bazaar. Several Tarkish officers tried to restore order were killed. Salonika, Wednesday.—Thirty-seven batta- of recruits have been called out in the '•^yets of Salonika, Monastir, and Kossovo. In 2jjdition to those 23 battalions have been called g* in Anatolia, and are under orders for J™°nika. Two battalions, numbering 1,750 men, ^ivei here from Smyrna to-day.—Reuter.

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TIN PLATES AND TARIFF.

I-! COLLIERco" FOOLISH JOKE.

Further Meeting of Justices.

BRIDGEND BENCH FiRM.

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