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---THE BAPTIST TWENTIETH CENTURY…

---------THE FLINT AND DENBIGH…

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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.

IMPORTANT TO RHLATIVES OF…

TABLE SPOON IN A SOLDIER'S…

----------A WEIRD LEVEL-CROSSING…

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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