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CAERPHILLY.

"THE WESTERN MAIL" AND THE…

CARMARTHEN SCHOOL BOARD

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THE EDUCATION ACT.

"YR HEN WLAD " IN LONDON.

A BANKSMAN COMMITTED FOR MAN.'…

STEAMBOAT COLLISION IN THE…

A DOUBLE MURDERER.

--MURDER BY A MAN AND HIS…

BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—-YESTERDAY.

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t f. THOMAS HALL v. PALMER, HALL, AND MORGAN.— Seme misapprehensions respecting this case having arisen, we are requested to state that this was a suit in Chancery for a dissolution of the partnership between the plaintiff and defendants, and for restraining the defendants from interfering with the plaintiff in the management of the Tyla Coch Colliery. The case came before the Master of the Rolls on an interlocutary application made by the plaintifffor an injunction to restrain such interference pendiasr'the hearing of the suit. Mr. Southgate appeared for the plaintiff, and Sir R. Baggaly for the defendants. The Master of the Rolls directed that the defendants should be restrained from interferirw with the plaintiff in the management of the colliery and premises until the hearing of the cause or the further order of the Courtr NEWPORT TOWN COUNCIL.—In addition to the ordinary meeting, and the Watch Committee and Board of Health, there was a special meeting, on Tuesday, of the Council summoned. The Ex-Mayor, Mr. L. A. Homfray, pre- sidedy and there was a somewhat Mmited attendance. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, and the Superintendent of police read his report of crime, statistics, &c. The ordinary business was of an unimportant character, except the conversation whieh ensusd on the prevalence of small-pox, which showed no signs of abatement, and there appeared to be an unusual proportion of deaths. From the replies of Dr. B. Dfvies, the medical officer of health, it was reported that Vaccination had not been performed in this borough with that care and attention which it deserved, otherwise he was of opinion that results would be different. There were now 156 known cases of small-pox, and two medical gentlemen had not sent in any returns. A hospital car- riage had arrived from Messrs. Woodall & Sons, London, at a cost of 270, and it was resolved to build a wooden shed to keep the vehicle, at a cost of £30, The special bijjiness consisted in the making of a special rate of 2s. in Tne pound for the borough, and a rate for drainage in the outlying districts of the town of lid. in the pound. The Chairman reported the result of the interview between Sir Daniel Gooch, as chairman, and the Deputy-chairman of the Great Western Company, and the committee of the Corporation. It had been arranged that the Great Western Company should pay two-thirds of the entire cost of the proposed alterations in Thomas-street level crossing, and this was deemed satisfactory. A "friendly" petition, had, however, been filed by the Corporation against the scheme, by the advice of Messrs. Dyson, the Parliamentary agents.

MONEY MAIUnT. - WETJNEfJDAY.

LONDON CORN MARKET. —WEDNESDAY.

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