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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.'

MOUNTAIN ASH.

NEWPORT.

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NEWPORT. POLICE BUSINESS, lliere were no less than twenty- three charges on the police sheets, which were disposed of before Messrs. Beynon and Morgan, on Monday. Most of the number were cases of drunkenness and brawls arising therefrom. Several of the defendants were mulcted in the usual penalty of 5s. and the costs but John Hayes, of Pillgwenlly, who appeared to be a very violent fellow, was sent to gaol for two months for assaulting a woman named Lewis. COAL STEALING.—Margt. Fitzgerald, charged writh steal- ing coal from the Monmouth Railway Company, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labour, the case having been clearly proved by P. C. Rawlings. THANKSGIVING SERVICES.—To-day (Tuesday), special thanksgiving services have been arranged to take place in the several churches of the town. The front of the Town- hall is to be illuminated, but beyond this nothing of importance has been arranged to give effect to the National thanksgiving." THE PiN.TO.-III-AIE. --The Cardiff Dramatic Company ap- peared for the first time at the Victoria Hall Theatre, Newport, and jierformed their Christmas pantomime, Cinderella," which was represented with the original sensational American drama, 1. 0. U., or the Way of the Wicked." JUVENILE THIEYEs. Richard Tasker and William Ryan, two juveniles, were sent to two months' imorison- ment with hard labour, for stealing 3 cwt. of rope from the Italian barque Otavia. .j.i;>

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CHARGE OF MURDER.

THE SEWAGE QUESTION AT LEEDS.

TWENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST.

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