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;GUFF CRIME TRIAL. .

.KAISER'S COUNTERBLAST.

Women & Mr John Burns .

AEROPLANE RECORD.

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE

A CARDIFF AMBULANCE FUND.

SWANSEA COMMISSION AGENT ,CHARGED.

FIRE AT NEWPORT.

Cardiganshire Assizes. ..

CEREBRO-SPINAL MENINGITIS.

MONTH OF SUNSHINE.

BATHING FATALITIES.

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IChinese on British Ships…

SWANSEA RAILWAYMEN.

FIERCE DUILIN FIRE.

ARTILLERY PARADE.

\GLAMORGAN ARTILLERY.

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GLAMORGAN ARTILLERY. The New Commanding Officer. Major J. P. M'Gaul, whose appointment to the command of the Glamorgan Royal Horse Artillery, which has its headquarters at Port Talbot, has just been announced, has risen speedily, for he only joined the cyclist com- pany at Bridgend in 1891. He was gazetted second lieutenant in March, 1693, lieutenant in April, 1904, and captain on March, 18, 1906. He was instructor of musketry to the battalion from September 4, 1897, to September 4, 1901, and was acting adjutant from the 1st of June, 1900,to the 31st of December in the same year. He was attached for duty at the depot of the Welsh Regiment, Cardiff, from April, 1902, to Major J. P. M'GAUL, O.C. Glamorgan R.H.A. — —. March, 1904. Major M'Gaul has passed the school of instruction for the rank of field officer, qualified at a school of musketry, holds certificates on supply and transport duties from the Army Service Corps School, Alder- shot, and is, all round, a very capable officer. Major M'Gaul, who is recognised on all hands as a very capable officer, has acted as A.D.C. to three brigadiers in command of the Welsh Volunteer Infantry Brigade. Colonel J. Owen Quirk. C.B., D.S.O., Colonel (now General) A. W. Hill, C.B., and Colonel J. Rees Banfield, C.B. Major M'Gaul was in January, 1902, sent as musketry instructor to the East Yorkshire Regiment, who were doing their musketry course on Salisbury Plain.

YEOMANRY CAMPS.

1st WELSH FIELD COMPANY.

" BORN TIRED."

CARDIFF,

MERTHYR.

PEMBROKESHIRE SHOW ENTRY.

CARDIFF CHAUFFEUR FINED.

A LLANDRINDOD WAITRESS.

MR WINSTON CHURCHILL AND MR'…

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TALKS ON HEALTH. .

ROYAL WELSH LADIES' CHOIR.

MINES RESCUE WORK.;

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