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Penarth. School Board.

, 1st XV. FIXTURES

Robbery on Penarth Beach.…

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The Gales. The heat last sunday was overpowering, and it was with great difficully services were carried on at the various places of worship. The Rev. T. Wheatley, when preaching at night, at Arcot Street, said unless more ventilation were given he should be obliged to stop, and the Rev W. G. Davies states that he felt as though he should drop from exhaustion. Tbis extremo heat has, however, been followed by violent storms and hurricanes, and on Thursday there were a few flakes of snovY. Fortunately there has j been no damage worth noting at Penarth, although terrible tales are reported from various places-more especially frcm I'fracombe. Messrs Edwards, Roberts, & Co., have run the "Lady Margaret" to Infracombe each day, but we understand this is the only boat which has faced the gale, except to Weston.

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