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LETTER FROM STANLEY.

GERMANY AND EAST AFRICA.

CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES.

SHOCKING MURDER BY SAVAGES.

THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA, AND…

ANGLO-AMERICAN EXTRADITIONI…

the RED RIVER RAILWAY DISPUTE.

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- !THE CRISIS IN FRANCE.

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LONDON COUNTY COUNCI

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[ THE MUSWELL-HILL '1 IBURGLARY.

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JACK THE RIPPER.

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THREE THOUSAND WOMEN ON STRIKE.

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AN ATHLETE'S SAD DEATH.

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THE WELSH COUNCILS.

MINERS' MEETING AT ABERDARE.

A MIDNIGHT BRAWL AT CARDIFF.

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SONS OF TEMPERANCE.—CARDIFF…

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THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT CARDIFF…

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SWANSEA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

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THE SEE OF ST. ASAPH.

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THE BARRY DOCK RAILWAY.

LEVYING BLACKMAIL ON ACTRESSES

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. SWANSEA.

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LLANWRTYD WELLS.

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PENARTH.

CARDIFF.

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CARDIFF. "THE MODERN NOVICL. We would call attention to Mr Ernest Rhys's lecture this (Tuesday) evening in the hall of the Queen-street Arcade. The subject, "The Modern LNovei," ib an interesting one, and the lecturer in every way well fitted to make it so. Mr Rhys is a lecturer of high repute at home and in America. In his American tour he lectured to huge audiences it: New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and at Howard University. He has also written the critical notices prefixed to "Dakke," in the Mermaid Ser:e»," to Herbert and Herrick in the Canter- bury series. His best work, however, and that on which his literary fame rests, is in connection with theCanielot series, of which he is editor. He has done excellent work in bringing out in a piopular form the writings of Malory, Landor, Thoreau, M:<zzini, Al-ircui; Aureiius, ic. THE SIR MORGAN MORGAN TESTIMONIAL.—A meeting of the S'r M. Morgan Testimonial Comuntteo was b"Jd at the Town-hall on Monday evening. Mr T. H. Stephens presided, and there were present in addition Captain Pomeroy, Messrs J. H. Plain, J. Miner, W. J. Trounce, F. W. Locke, J. Berkeley, and Tudor Evans. It was lIg-reed that the small surplus remaining in the hands of the treasurer should be left to the secretary to dispose ot as he thought fit, and that, the chairmau be requested to obtain the consent of the corporation to affix a brass tablet to the frame of the picture of Jvr Morgan Morgan now in the Tuwu-aail, setting forth the circumstances under which it was presented to the town. Votes of thanks to the chairman, lion, secretary, and j bon. treasurer terminated ti e proceeding*. ALLKGF.D BREACH OF THE SCSDAT CLOSING ACT AT CARI)IFF.-THic I)iioSECUTIO-N FAILS.—At the C:irt),ff borough po ice-court, on Mouday—beft-re the Mayor (Mr David Jones), Dr Paine, Major Sloper, and Air W. Sanders—au innkeeper named Thomas Thomas, landlord of th* Hope Hotel, Bliickweir, was summoned for selling intoxicants j on Sunday, the 20ill J. li. Jones defended.— Inspector Cox deposed tbat he heard voices of mell playing caids in the house, and when he gained sdmittance lie found half. consumed blues of beer on the tabie, one man in the kitchen, and two men in the back yard.—Mr J. H. Jones successfully showed that the man in the house was a lodger, and that the so-called back yard was not a portion of the licensed pre- mises, as it was a space of ground with a fence on two sides and fronting the canal, any person being able to gain access.—The case was dis- mi<ned. ASSAULTING AX OJINIBCS IN-IrEC-,Olt.- I-L the polict)-c(iui-E ou 11nlliay morning James Morgan, a bg hulking fellow, who bad previously figured in the Witness-box to give evidence agnirwt tile pollc,) i1 an assault casr, wit- charged with being diunlc on Saturday, and a;so with assaulting Mr HLOrl)u, :L 'OO ¡u"pEd' There was a d>pu:e about the fare, an;.i Morgan caught hold ot the 1 inspector and swung hiin r'.iuii' He w,.s lined 20-i and costs, or a fortnight. ILLTRKATING A PARAMOUR.—JobU Gibbs, aged 32, was cliargoci with h~v:i]g assaulted Elizabeth Morgan, a single woman W'KII whom be lived. It was alleged that she practically maintained him, and that he used her with much cruelty. Prosecutrix now appeared iu the box with a very bad black eye. Gibbs was sent to gaol for two months with hard labour. SERIOUS STABBING CASE.— Henry Williams, aged 38, was placed in the dock on a charge of cutting and wounding John j Sullivan, on the shoulder, with a knife, at 13, Mary Ann-street, on the 220(1 insi. —Superinteut Price applied for a retnand 011 the ground that, the prosecutor was unable to ;il-)pe.ir.-Dr Fowler corroborated this statement. —The application was granted. MB Ivot, JAmgs will r,i,l a paper on "Coleridge's r Ancietit Marinw"a Welsh origin —in the Cymmro. dcrion Chambers, 81, St. Maiy-street, at 8 o'ciock on Fi, d,y next, 4197 H.PHEUVS & Co., Fruiterers and Fionsts, Que^n- street, Canlitf. 20ilb A CARi).Ir Bprt Harris, Portrait Pamper, 2, Dumfries-place, Cardiff IC43 Y.M.C.A.—Side of work iti the Lec.tur»-haii of the Association. 011 50 and 31 inn. Tickets, 6.1 esich., Irieuds cordially inviteil. ¡;'159

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BARROW IRON TRADE.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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ANTICIPATIONS.

MANCHESTER JANUARY MEETING.

NEWMARKET TRAINING NOTES.

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FOOTBALL.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

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ALLEGLD THEFT BY A iPOXTYPRIDD…

" JOHN BULL AT HOME."

THE STRANDING OF THE NORMOND,

COLLIERY DISPUTE AT PONTY.…