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rHE SAMOAN QUESTION.

-----------OPENING OF THE…

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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--BtEW YORK WHEAT MARKET.

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- !THE CRISIS IN FRANCE.

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--------THE -,BLOOD TAX."

LONDON COUNTY COUNCI

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[ THE MUSWELL-HILL '1 IBURGLARY.

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JACK THE RIPPER.

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"-MORE STATUTE-MADE CRIMINALS…

THREE THOUSAND WOMEN ON STRIKE.

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AN ATHLETE'S SAD DEATH.

----_.-A SELF-IMPOSED TASK.

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THE WELSH COUNCILS.

MINERS' MEETING AT ABERDARE.

A MIDNIGHT BRAWL AT CARDIFF.

----RUFFIANLY CONDUCT AT CARDIFF.

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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-----AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION…

THE SEE OF ST. ASAPH.

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THE BARRY DOCK RAILWAY.

LEVYING BLACKMAIL ON ACTRESSES

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. SWANSEA.

NEATH.

LLANWRTYD WELLS.

TINBY.I

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RHONEDA VALLEY. i

- BR^NMAWR.

NEWPORT.I

RISCA.

PENARTH.

CARDIFF.

IKEViEVV.

r LATEST MARKETS. I-

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r LATEST MARKETS. CORN. LONDON, Monday.—Very little enquiry for English wheat. White quoted 55s to 303 red, 30s to 55s per qr. A retail ba"tiss in foreign wheat at late rates. Flour inactive American if anything, rather cheaper on the week, iiarley dull sale. Oats dull, owing to large arrivals. M iiz-j, beans, and peas quiet and unaltered. Arrivals Britisn Wheat, 2,922 qrs barley, 5,512 qrs; oai-s. 751 qrs maize, 320 qrs malt. 20,700 qrs 1,239 qrs peas, 60s qr-, flour, 1S,54« sacks. Foreisrn— Wheat, 45,b7? qrs barleyi 17,5o7 q-s oats, 134,o32 qrs mail-, 33,77d qrs malt, nil beans. 3.S:8 qrs peas. 3,310 qrs Hour, 7,673 sarls no barrels. Gi,LsGow. -Ni ou day. -Poor atwacian ca. lvheat and flour Wert quiet at last week's prices. The millers are now complaining that fresh ordt-rs ire scarcer than they were. Make, owini; to limited supplies, was 1,d dearer. Mixed American, on spot, lis lOjiL Beaus quirt. Griudmg, lbs bd to 17s per 2801b. iiarley and outs dull. CATTLE. LONDON, Monday.—Beast trade opened very slow, and continues so. prices being rather lower titan last Monday, top value 4s lOd per bibs. t clearance pro- bable. British amr-vls comprise 80 Scotch, 170 Irish, 1,000 Norfolk, Suffolk., and Jissex. 1,070 Midland, Home and Western counties. trade tirm, but slow at late vulues. Fair, steady trade for caive>. Pigs quiet Milch CJWS, £ l4 to £ 28 each. Beef, 2s 4d to 4S lOd mutton. 3s 4d to 6s où; veal, 5s S to bs 4d pork, 2s 6i to 4s per 8.0s. Beasts, 2,600; siieeli. 8,670; calves, 50; pi^s, 1C; including foreign—beasts, 230; calves. lO. LIVERPOOL, Monday.-Beasts, 1,710 sheep. 3,389. Best b-asts, bid to 7id seconli, bid to b^d third, 5d to 5;,d beat sheep. bid to 9jd econíl. 7 d to 8d third, tjjii to bid. The suppiy of stock is larger tuan iast week, showing all increase of bt.3 beasts and 859 sheep. 1 he deiuaud is slow lor Moil classes at about lsue rates. NlonLlAy.-The or.lin?,ry iortui,;htly stock market was heitt to-day. There was a sinad attendance. Pies and sheep were scarce, but fat cattle were fairly numerous. Business was slow, except in sheep, which sold quickly at full prices. The U/liowing price were realised under the hammer of Messrs KeJuies, Da.mpier, and Poole, auctioneers Prime tat beasts, tr»ui E12 to £20, or about 6d to bid ver It); two-year-oid wethers, from 15s to bus. or about Sd per lb one-year-old wethers, 45s to 50s each ewes, from 4as tv' 5os, or about 8,1 to Sd per lb..Sows and pijs, £6 to £ S stronff stores, 4s to 50s three-months-old pigs. tr.,ni 35s to 40s weaners, 12s to iOs e,1-(:11. Weather dull heavy r,in at intervals during the day. J-iSl!. GRIMSBY, Monday.—There was a great supply—three tiers or vessels, and a fair demand. Plaice, 20s to 24s level, 17s lemon, 30s to 40s; I!o¡e, 120s to 14JS; d;ibs,8s to 123; codlings, 6s to 9< haddocks. 4s to 7s round, 6s to 10s whitings, 10s to 14s whitches, 201; :0.3 per bux turbot, ós to 12s brill, 4s to bs Iin,?, 3s to Os dead, 2st.o4s: cod, 4s to 7s; skae, 2s t" 3s dead, Is to Is 6d each hake, 20s to 30s dead cod, bw to 80s per score halibut, 4s n b per stone. PROVISIONS. '-S. LONDON, Monday.—liu ter market rather dull, at ab out previous values. Knesland quoted at 112s to 120s Kiel and Danish, 118s to 12bs Xorvnandy, lOss to 120s Jersey, 93s 10 102- Swedish, lUm to 224s. Bacon firm market; Irish, 54s to b, H.t.'iibura and Da-dsh, bs to 59, H dull sale. Liira quiet. Cheese steady American, 48" to 60s Edam, 50s iv 53s. PRODUCE. LIVERPOOL, Monday.—>ugar steady, but inactive— beet quiet—January and l'eb uaiy buyers, 13s 7jd. Coffee, cocoa, and linseed unchanged, Itlce firm, but quiet. Cast ir oil quiet, at 3 3-16d to 3id. Lard—fair sale, at 36s 3d to 3os 4(1, and tone firmer. Paiui oil very flat, with sellers at about 10s under recent qnút<i.d:JUoi. I idiow dull. t'etroKuru weater— American, Of I to bid Knssian, 6±d to bid..Nitrate steauv. LONDON, Mon,iay.sugar—refined maiket dull. And very little business done in either home or fore.'gti goods prices, however, are nominally unchunat'd. Beetruot with ùtJe disposition to do business, ar.d prices aresi'mewnat easier—January and February are quoted at 13s 7-,d, plus i per cent, seiiers March riont at 13s 9.1, plus ± Grocery kinds negiecteu. Coftee quiet, and unaltered on t ie spot. Rio futures quoted at 72s 6d February;; 73s 3d March 73s 6d April M'iy, 74s June, 7^s 3d July, 74s 01 August and 7s, Tea—China sold at about previous rates iew iiiilke Congous, 7d to d K&isows, 4 d to 7.-(t Moniugs, 4d to ótl; Indian fully la-t week's prices. Itice steady, but inactiva Jute, quiet, iiast India i,'¡!i;!o ,a1e5-nen&ig. par to 2d advance good 1 allow unchanged. Tur- pentine, 33s 9(1. American petroleum, biii on the spot B U TTFJL CORK, lk!onday.ie 120s mediums. 118s thirds, 105s; fourths, 9is. Kegs—Thirds, 105s. In market, 5y hrkms. SUGAR. GLASGOW, Monday. —tiood business done at steady prices. Tile otlicial report statesMarket open's quiet, excerit yellows, which are in demand otter sorts barely maintain ail. II LAD MKAT. LONDON, Monday.—Supplies continue fairly large, and trade is very slow a; the annexed prices:—Beef, 2s Sd to 4s; prune Scotch ditto, 4s to 4s M mutton, 2s 8d to 5s 4d veal, 3s to 5s 2d large Pork, 3s to 3s lOd sm^li ditto, 4s to 4s 4d ptr 8 lbs POTATOES. LONDON, Monday.—Supplies concinue quite equal to requirements, trade beiiiR quiet, but steady for all ,;es;¡abla qualities. Scotch regents, 80s to 120s Kngii.-li ditto, 6'Js to 10 s; magnums, bJs to 120s Hebrons, 70s to lias c;r:r>iuns. oOs to 80s per ton. HOPS. LONDON, Monday.—There is a fairly ood trade d'1; in the hop nnr.;et, and prices have become a trifl- firmer. The New York ma ket is rather moro active, and this Las caused the prices of Pao tic Coast hops to recover a few shillings from the recent, decline. Tilt; continental inarlre s are also a little busier, but without alteration ill values WOOL. BRADFORD, Monday.—'i'nis is a waiting market, in wliicl. iiiucli depends 011 the opening of the London sales. as is expected, prices go tirni, values here will be maintained. There is less business passing, but the machinery is kept weli empoyed, especially on 1.clue trade and yarns ma le Lorn c lonial wools. The export trade is quiet, and has been disappointing all. The yarn and piece trade is healthy, with fre- quuiit orders of des goods COALS. LONDON, Monday.—There is a quiet market for seaborne house coals, at last prices. Hettou-, 17s; Lambtons. 15s 6d I,y >:i- an Wear, 16s per ton. Sjn.ps arrived, 46 sold, 2D; 2as, 33. MKT A I.S. GLASGOW, Monday.—Mar. et firm; a cood busi- ness was done a- 41s 41 juid 41s d cash 41, 7;d and 41s 7ll one month; buyers, 4. s 4d cash; 41s 7d one !no..¡l¡; -d1..t's near. Middlesbrough ,-as done 33s 8d cash; 33., lid one month; buyers at these prices • sellers. Id more, ilematiu: was done at 44s Sti cash 44s 8J one iiifotti buyers at taese quo atious; sellers, lit dearer. LONDON, Monday.—Copper quie: i;77 cs 3d for Chili piid for 5 tons cash. Th., Syndicate offer to buy at £ 77 5s three mouths nominal Tin steady; M.rai.s, £ 96 7s t>d to £ 97 is h £ 97 2s od TWO month-; • three moi» lis' buyers. £7 os; seiiers, Os more. Snelter, £ 18 5s bit to £ 18 7s 6d..Spanish lead, £ 12 17s 6d Jinglish ditto, £ 13 2s bd cotch pi iron. buyers. 41s bid cash. Closing report:—Copper—(i.M l'> ¡ ca-h and eariy prompts done at £77 bs 3d to £77 5 •„ E-77 2s 6d to £ 77 10s accepted for the bdii of darch; not 1 irg done at three months: sdle1' £74, Tin qlllet-Stra.iLR. cash dona at £97 to £90 ls; lihree sellers, 2s bd wore; Australian, bsto 7, Span'sh lead. £ 12 17sbU; Kngiish, £ 13 to £ 13 5s

BARROW IRON TRADE.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

----MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES…

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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.…