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CARDIFF A MILITARY DEPOT.

T THE TICHBORNE CASE.

S SWANSEA.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. It

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ---

------eHOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MoNDAY.

CARDIFF.

MAESTEG.'

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MAESTEG. OAKWOOD EXPLOSION FGND COMMITTEE.-—A meeting of this committee has been held recently for the purpose (f arranging the rate of weekly payments that should be made to the widows and orphans Major Turberville presided. Up to last week the Messrs. Davies, proprietors of the col- liery, have maintained the ten orphans aDd five widows. The committee decided upon giving 5s. to each widow, and Is. 6d. to each orphan per week, to be paid monthly. The amount in hand at present is £ 200, which is likely to be doubled in the course of another month. The proprietors of the colliery, in addition to what they have previous'y done, gave a donation of J6105. BRAVERY RECOGNISED.—The Messrs. Davies, of the Oakwood colliery, last week sent a cheque of fifty guineas to Mr. Barrow, agent to the Messrs. Brogden, in recog- nition of the valuable services he rendered on the day of the explosion at the Oakwood colliery. LLYNVI VALE GAS COMPANY.—An annual general meet- ing of the shareholders was held on Monday last, Major Turberville presiding. Mr. A. Brogden, M.P., and Mr. George Morley, Tondu, were re-elected as directors. Mr. R. W. Tolfree was also appointed auditor for the ensuing year,

MOUNTAIN ASH.

NEWPORT.

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LLANTRISANT.

LLANDAFF. "V-

CHARGE OF MURDER.

THE SEWAGE QUESTION AT LEEDS.

TWENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST.

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