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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.

LETTER FROM A WELSH SOLDIER.

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. News from Ekowe, up to the 18th reports all quiet. Colonel Pearson is in a position to hold out for weeks. The Tugela remains high, and is likely to continue so, consequent on the heavy rains. In the Leydenburg district the authorities are expecting an attack from Secocoeni joined by Mapoch. Colonel Wood's permanent camp is safely situated at the head waters of the White Um. velose and Pewana. Colonel Buller destroyed a stronghold, and inflicted a loss of 40 upon the Zulus. and cap- tured 400 cattle. Umbeline, with 1,500 men, crossed Pon- gola, near Luneberg, and began massacring the friendly natives in the Transvaal. Lieut. Schwartzboff overtook him, making off with considerable stock, and killed 15 Zulus, reo covering part of the stock. The Daily Telegraph correspondent, at Maritzburg, writing on February 24, says It is reported that the General narrowly escaped put lie insult at several places in the coast districts, especially at Durban. Lord Chelmsford having applied in his last despatch for a field telegraph, orders were sent to the Ordnance Department at Wool- wich, on Monday, for the shipment on board the Loanda, now loading at the Royal Arsenal, of a fully-equipped field telegraph apparatus. It is likely theelectrie light and a steam engine will be forwarded to the forces at Natal also. On Tuesday morning the officer command. ing the Royal Engineers at Aldershot re- ceived orders to cause the half of C, or tele- graph troop, to be held in readiness to embark for South Africa at a moment's notice. The 17th Company Royal Engineers is also under orders for foreign service, but whether for the Cape or India is not yet made known. Lieutenant-Colonel Tarnhill, of the Quebec Hussars, who was recently in England, has sent, through the Government of Canada, an offer to raise for our War Office a regiment in Canada for service at the Cape.

- THE ROYAL MARRIAGE TREATY.'

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- AN INFAMOUS PHASE OF LONDON…

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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