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THE ADJOURNED INQUEST.

- NEW DRY DOCK FOR SWANSEA.

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THE TRAGEDY IN PARIS.

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BRECON. THE SANITART AUTHORITY met for the transac- tion of business on Friday, under the presidency of Mr W. Perrott.—Two cases of diphtheria were reported upon, and in each case the cause was attributed to impure water. ALLEGED DEFALCATIONS BY AN ASSISTANT OVERSEER.—A vestry meeting was held in the parish of St. David's, on Friday evening, for the purpose of taking into consideration the amount of Mr Maund's indebtedness t parish, and for appointing an assistant o It appeared that the assist.ant is indebt' i 'erseers—as far as can a: present be ar• ,he extent ofJBlOO. A resolution -v dling upon the assistant jooks up on the following day, o- C. vU-p. were necessary would be taken.—T r -s adjourned for a fortnight, in or r-i th". accounts may be full}' investigate a-id rnpo d upon.—Mr Wm. Evans having ;;c»d f- ,C against the validity of Mr Maunr1 -V'riUoo, it was agreed that the Local Gov«r;;vnnt be written to on the (matter.—n • *nt of assistant overseer was also .oo«">n<-d Boø1.: Ci c* r -i"Jrs.—The fortnighly meeting of thiE Id on Friday, under the presi- dency of Mr David Downe. A decrease of sir was reported in the number of tramps relieved as comj»ftrei with the CORRESPONDING fortnight of last year. The master reported that an old man named James Evans, a tramp, attempted to commit suicide at the workhouse on Sunday, 23rd iust" by CUTTING his uhroat. He afterwards became very violent to the officials, and on the following Monday was sentenced by the borough magistrates to 21 days' imprisonment.—The board unanimously agreed to give the inmates cf the workhouse their annual Christmas dinner.

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A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT.

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THE NILE EXPEDITION. .

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THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.