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CARDIFF A MILITARY DEPOT.

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CARDIFF A MILITARY DEPOT. Mr. CARDWELL'S scheme for the localisation of the 4rr,ay, apart from its strong recommendations on general founds, will, upon local considerations, commend itself to the people of Cardiff especially. We have reason to believe that this town is to be made a regimental ePot, and as soon as the new arrangements come lnto force, the 41st Welsh Fusiliers, linked with the 94th regiment will be stationed here. The same regula- tions provide for the continuance of a depot at Brecon, .^hich will be the head quarters of the 36th (Hereford), lQked with the 43rd (Monmouth). Whenever the 41st drives in Cardiff, it will receive a hearty welcome, spired by the gallant achievements associated with its name, and strengthened alike by the enlivening in- ence a military presence always exercises, and the °Pe which that presence will justify of an enlargement and improvement of the present small, dingy, and in- convenient barracks.

T THE TICHBORNE CASE.

S SWANSEA.

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CARDIFF.

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CHARGE OF MURDER.

THE SEWAGE QUESTION AT LEEDS.

TWENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST.

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