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iTHE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA

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SHIPS' DUEL AT SEA.

SEQUEL TO AN ANGLO-INDIAN…

VICAR'S DEATH IN THE PULPIT.

TWICE SENTENCED TO DEATH.

THE MATLOCK MYSTERY.

MAIL STEAMER IN COLLISION.

HOSPITALS PAY NO LAND TAX.

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BENEFITS OF COMPENSATION.

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PRESTATYN.

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PBINCESS RADZIWIUS JEWEIS

A CALLOUS MURDERER.

MYSTERIOUS STABBING CASES.

IDESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

j BURNED IN PARAFFIN.

INVENTOR OF BOVRIL DEAD.

ICELEBRATING DECORATION DAY,

I'THE YOUTHFUL DUCAL PAIR.

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WELSH NEWS IN BRIEF.

; NOTES FROM RHUDDLAN.

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NOTES FROM RHUDDLAN. [By IEUAN CASTELL.] I understand that the Rhuddlan Castle United Football Club has joined the Welsh Association. It is a pity they did not join in the beginning of the season so that they might have entered for junior cup. On Saturday last the Castleites were to play Westbourne but they failed to come down. Al- though they were disappointed with that match they bad the opportunity of playing the return match with the Rhyl Harlequins whom they de- feated by 3 goals to 2. When they played at Rbyl the score was 3 goals each. —O—— I was dis-appointed with the play of their Captain T. Griffiths .)0 the right wing. He was quite use. less on the field and missed several opportunitieso scoring. As to Will Jones in the centre he was conspicuous, and this was his first match game for three years. He Bcored 2 out of the three goals. Twist was very good when he had the ball at his foot and his passing was neat and clean and Jones in goal was a marvel. -0- In the notes last week I mentioned that Philip EvanB the Late Rbyl fnll-back was to play for Holyhead against Rhyl in the North Wales Coast fixtare but unfortunately he failed to turn up. — o— Last Wednesday night a meeting was held in the Wesleyan Chapel in connection with the Foreign Mission. Books were presented to those children who had done so well with the mission cards last year. There were several friende present from ithyl, Prestatyn and Rhuddlan. --()- I believe Mr Roberts the school-master has signed to play for the Rhuddlan Football Club this season and that he was to tdke up his position last Satur- day agitinst the Harlequins, only that but, was preveuted owing to a severe cold.

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