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THE SPECIAL COMMISSION. -._-.......-----------

MEETING IN THE WORKING MEN'S…

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----MR CARR WISHES TO HOLD…

MR NOAH REES'S CANDIDATURE.

THE DUTY OF NONCONFORMISTS.

NOTICE TO MR NOAH REES'S CANVASSERS.

CARDIFF TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIA-I…

THE "WESTERN MAIL" SICK FUND…

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THE LIBERATION SOCIETY.

CRADDOCK WELLS' CHARITY

SHOCKING AFFAIR AT TONYREFAIL.

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THE FOREST OF DEAN INCIDENT. WHOLESALE ARRESTS. The Forest of Dean bear fight is regarded in It serious a light that warrants were granted to the police against the following PERSONS :—George Wilks, Robert Wilks, William William?, William Baldwin, Earnest Cinderley, Henry Baldwin, George Rawlins, Joseph Hopkins, Thomas Meek, Isaac Baldwin, JosepU Hardwick, Sidney Raw- lins, George Tippins, and Arthur Golditig. These men all live in osio locality, JIND are mostly colliers. They were apprehended at night, and at nearly the same time, and in so quiet a manner that only a-few outsiders kuew what was taking place. They were taken to Littledean lock-up. The charge against the prisoners is that on the evening of tbe 26th April they then did unlaw- fully and maliciously kill certain animals, to wit, two boars, the same beiag auimals ordinarily kept in confinement, coutrary to the statute, and being the property of Gabriei Quagauet, James Gabriel BaluiJ, Tvjgant Thomas, and Geraut Alfred, Frenchmen, said to belong to the Pyreuees district. In a second charge the prisoners are proceeded againrt for assaulting the Frenchmen. The two last named persons, who managed to escape to Cardiff, returned to the Forest, having arrived at Newnham station at noon on Thursday, The Consul-General at Cardiff and Mr Karn, vice- consul, Gloucester, are arranging that the foreigners shall be properly represented at Littledean to-day (Friday).

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Family Notices

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1889.

SOUTH WALES NOTES.

-----THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

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ILONDON^ LETTER. ,---------,

SOUTH WALES UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

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WEATHER FORECASTS. 1

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A FEW QUESTIONS FOR MR CARR.

THE REJECTION OF LEASEHOLD…

THE TORY CHAMELEON.

THE LIBERAL CLUB.