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ANOTHER CARDIFF PILOT CARRIED…

. ABRrVAL OF REINFORCEMENTS…

COURT OF INQUIRY ON THE ISANDULA…

THE KILLED AT IS KNDULA. -

ATTITUDE OF THE NATIVES. -

ARMS FOR CETYWAYO. -

THE ALLEGED SHIPMENT OF ARMS…

COLONEL PULLEINE AT ISANDULA,…

THE RECOVERY OF THE COLOURS.…

LOCAL MEN AMONG THE KILLED…

| PREPARATIONS FOR THE I RELIEF…

DEAN STANLEY AT WOOLWICH.…

A NARROW ESCAPE.

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A NARROW ESCAPE. The Army and Navy Gazette says:— Amongst the passengers by the U.R.M.S. Katal, for England, was Major Much, l-24th Regiment, who is invalided home, having received a sunstroke, from which he is now severely suffering. The greatest sympathy is felt for the gallant officer, who has seen a good deal of service. On one occasion he commanded detachments of the 24th Regiment, and Madras Sappers and Miners on an expedition to the Little Andaman Island, where he had a severe en- gagement with the savages. It will be remembered that Major Much narrowly es- caped the fate of his unfortunate comrades of the 24th at Jsandula, he having a few days previous to that catastrophe been physically prostrate while on the march. The gallant major, who is now on a visit to his father-in- law, Mr. John Davies, Brecknock Villa, Bridgend, is progressing slowly towards con- valescence. The major is a relative, by marriage, of Mr. William Davies, of Haver- fordwest.

LETTER FROM A WELSH SOLDIER.

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REPORT OF THE LORDS' COMMITTEE…

FARM HOUSE MORALITY IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.…

NARROW /ESCAPE OF A CARDIFF…

ROBBERY OF TIMBER AT DINAS…

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SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST A…

DISTRESSING ACCIDENT AT DOWLAIS.

LAUNCH OF A GUION STEAMER.

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IIMPORTANT CASE UNDER THE…

ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION.…

THE LEASING OF CWMAVON WORKS.

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THE SOUTH WALES FOOTBALLS'…

STRANGE CONDUCT OF A FATHER.

ALLEGED MALICIOUS ACT UPON…

I THE VALUE OF HUMAN LIFE.

ROYAL VISIT TO OXFORD. -

THE STRIKE AT DUNRAVEN COLLIERY,…

THE RESTORATION OF LLANDAFF…

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