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IN PABLIAMJGST.—Hsssios 1889.'

IN TABLIAMUNT. -SESSION 1889.

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Family Notices

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1888.…

SOUTH WALES NOTES.

SWANSEA ECHOES.

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THE COMMISSIONER OF POLICE.

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MINERS IN CONFERENCE,

IRON SHIP REPAIRING AT CARDIFF.

IACCIDENT IN THE RHONDDA

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ACCIDENT IN THE RHONDDA TWO HORSES KILLED UNDER- GROUND. At Ysfcrad police-court on Monday—before Mr Ignatius Williams, stipendiary magistrate, Mr T. P. Jenkins, Mr J. Davies (Brynfedwen), and Mr I). W. Davies-Davld Davies, haulier, was charged with a breach of one of the special rules of Fornhill Colliery, near Treherbert. It appeared that the defendant had sent a door-boy who had the charge of a pony to the lamp station, some distance away, to relight his Limp. The boy complied on condition that the defendant would look after the pony. It was about five o'clock in complied on condition that the defendant would look after the pony. It was about five o'clock in the evening, the usual hour for leaving work, and the animals were in a 'parting near the stable, their harness having been taken off. A journey of trams, attached to a rope worked by a stationary engine a considerable distance away, dashed down, and colliding against the pony and the defendant's horse, knocked them down and killed them on the spot. The defendant was a few yards away. It was contended by the manager (Mr Rosser) that the defendant should have taken the horses into the stable. Defendant was fined £2 and costs in default one month's imprisonment.

BARBARITY IN A RHONDDA MINE.

WARNING TO COLLIERS.

A WELSHMAN'S SUCCESS AT GLASGOW.

.CARDIFF EXHIBITION.

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. TRAGEDY UPON TRAGEDY.

JA STAFFORDSHIRE TRAGEDY.

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-----. MAJOR BARTTELOT'S MURDERER…

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-i SHOCKING ACCIDENT ATj CWMPENNAR

LOCAL LAW CASE.

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A VITUPERATIVE PRISONER AT…

THE HOME SECRETARY AND RAILWAY…

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