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WISER THAN HIS MASTERS.

SOUTH WALES NOTES.

WILL OF THE LATE MR OCTAVIUS…

MR GLADSTONE'S JOURNEY TO…

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LONDON LETTER. 114111I

TIN-PLATE WORKER'S UNION

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THE HOLBORN ELECTION.

ASSOCIATION OF COLLIERY OFFICIALS.

EXHIBITION OF THE SOUTH WALES…

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EXHIBITION OF THE SOUTH WALES SKETCHING CLUB. A SATISFACTORY RESULT. GENEROUS AID FROM THE MARQUESS OF BUTE & LORD WINDSOR. A meeting of the committee to consider the accounts of the recent art exhibition held at the Public Hall, Cardiff, was held at the society's club room, Working-street, Cardiff, Mr Edwin Seward, R.C.A., occupying the chair. The accounts showed a small balance in favour of the society, and a letter was read from Sir William T. Lewis congratulating the society on the work effected by the exhibition, and enclosing a cheque from Lord Bute for fifteen guineas. This, the secretary pointed out, had enabled them to show a favourable balance. A resolution was paased expressing the warmest appreciation of the members. A resolution was also passed thanking those ladies and gentlemen who had aided the exhi- bition by means of concerts, &0., and Mr Saward stated that Lord Windsor, as their president, bad expressed bis wish that this kind help should be specially acknowledged. Mr Seward also said he had just received a cheque for JSM from Lord Windsor, heading the list which the society had iu hand for assisting the corporation fund, and which was to be applied towards the expenses of one of their sculptor members—Mr William Gascombe John—in pursuing his art studies in Italy. Lord Windsor hadalso said, "Having accomplished so much by means of the first exhibition, I have little doubt that we shall ulti. matclj ucceed, especially as our society will now get to be better known."—Mr Parker Hagarty, R.C.A. (who was present at the meeting), kindly consented to be a visitor-member at the life class studies, which are to be held twice a week during the winter at the society's room.

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SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS-

THE EXPLOSION AT A WANDS'…

Family Notices

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IMONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1888.

LORD HARTINGTON WITH HIS CONSTITUENTS.

TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF A SHIPWRECKED…

BAND OF HOPE FESTIVAL AT NEWPORT.

MERTHYR GUARDIANS AffP SUNDAY…

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MESSRS JOTHAM AND THEIR WORN-PEOPLE.#

ALLEGED DISTURBANCE AT ADAMSDOWN…

SEQUEL TO THE MISCARRIAGE…

THE RIGHT OF PUBLIC MEETING.

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