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Thur^eP Storm.

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Thur^eP Storm. The thunderstorm \bich was experienced in various parts of the It-, uti-y on Sunday last was followed by another equal violence on Monday in tome pa of South Wales. Several buildings wereXj.Qcjj by lightning, and great damage to tbecwrowing crops was caused by the remarkably ^rge hailstones aud heavy rain with which the Sunder and lightn- ing were accompanied. During the storm at Dcv,Port five men were sheltering under a tree w"en a thunder- bolt fell, striding a telegraph pint and burst- ing about twenty from the g w,.d. It en- veloped the pole with sheets \f fire and stripped oil large pieces. As a result of the c< nc lesion tLemeu under the tree re thrown to the ground and bruised, but welt not ser- iously injured. Four Horses were struck by lightning in | various quarters of Cheltenham during the t storms of Sunday. A thunderbolt on Monday afternoon split the bank of the River 6heit and tumbled fifty feet of a wail into the strauin An inch of rain fell in half an hour. Mertbyr Tydvii experienced a storm of hail like small marbles, accompanied by thunder and heavy rain, and the streets wt-re converted into torrents occupying the whole width of the thoroughfares and flooding the basements t of shops and houses. The accumulated hail- $ stones formed drifts of ice knee-deep in some J of the streets. There was also much damage < to property. ■

FISH IN CARMARTHEN" BAY. I

AN ADJOURNED CASE.

WOLFSCASTLE.

LETTERSTON.

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PON ! VANE.

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