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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.

MERTHYR. '--

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MERTHYR. AN OLD OPFEN-DER.-At the Poliee Court on Monday before J. C. Fowler, Esq, Timotby Lynch, a name fumijiar to the public of Merthyr, that of a young man who has saddled enough upon the parish for a number of vears past, was brought up in custody on a charge of creating a riot and disturbance in the Workhouse on Sunday night. It appeared that the prisoner had been sent up from the house to the infirmary to act as wardsman, but having fL In heard that an acquaintance of his had died of small-pox, Tim must needs pay his respects to the me- mory of the deceased by attending the "wake," but in- stead of going out through the ordinary channel he got over the wall, and at midnight returned in a state the worse for liquor. He hammered like a madman at the Infirmary doors, frightened the nurse into terror, and alarmed all the patients. The porter was sent for, and he had a violent tussle with Tim, but a constable having been sent for he was taken into custody. His Worship sentenced him to two months' hard labour in Cardiff gaol, from which he returned only a few weeks ago. THANKSGIVING DAY -We have heard nothing with re- spect to any special observance to-day, but it is said that a few tradesmen intend to close their shops.

HAVERFORDWEST. '*"

LLANTRISANT.

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CHARGE OF MURDER.

THE SEWAGE QUESTION AT LEEDS.

TWENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST.

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