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'rIlE LOSS OF THE DANMARK,

IKING OF THE NETHER-ILANDS.

ITHE EIFFEL TOWER. IAli ENTERPRISING…

GIGANTIC RAILWAY BRIDGE.i

ILOCAL GOVERNMENT FOR SCOTLAND.

[ii.. [ A BANKRUPT PEER,

NEW YOHK. PRICES.

NEW YORK WHEAT MARKET.

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HOUSE OF LORDS THURSDAY.

----HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

THE BUDGET PROPOSALS.

-----.._-_.---THE ENFRANCHISEMENT…

THE BAPTIST UNION.

LORD ABERDAIIE AND MABON.

---.----------THE BROKEN VASE.

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f THE TITHE AGITATION. I--

-----THE PROSECUTION OF MR…

----EXCITING SCENE AT CLONMEL.

EGLWYSILAN SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

----__-----EXPLOSION AT NEWPORT.

HENRI ROCHEFORT AT DOVER,

SUICIDE OF A SURGEON.

--THF PARSON AND PARISH AFFAIRS

A BIT OF SNOWDON FOR SALE.

NOVEL WEAPON OF OFFENCE.

DEATH OF THE LARGEST WOMAN…

--------CARDIFF SCHOOL BOARD.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

PULPIT DEMANDS AND SUPPLIES.

RHONDDA LIBERALISM."

PENDERYN SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

PONTYPRIDD MAGISTRATES AND…

THE MATCH WITH MR BRAIN'S…

NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.

THE TITHE CAMPAIGN IN CARMAR.…

!CRICKET.

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SWANSEA.

,NEATH.

------MILFORD HAVEN. I

ABERTILLERY.

MEUTHYR.

DOWLAIS.

RHONDDA VALLEY.

PONTYPRIDD.

BED WAS,.

BLAINA.

BEAUFORT.

ABERGAVENNY.

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SEQUEL TO A NEATH TRAP ACCIDENT.

LATEST MARKETS. ,.

.MR LABOUCHKKE AND THE UNIONISTS.

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SPKOIAL REPORTS FROM OCR TRADE…

--"-.'-SWANSEA TRADE REPORT.

SWANSEA COPPER.

NEWPORT TRADE REPORT,

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NEWPORT TRADE REPORT, [SPECIAL REPORT FROM QUI: OWN CORRESPONDENT.] NEWPORT, Thursday.—The clearances for the week just ended show a total shipment of 41,771 tons. a quantity considerably above the average. What may be the outlook for th., coming six days it is difficult to divme, but the quantity of tonnage in port is nut great. Prices have not been sustained, and at the present time stems are easy. Steam freights are somewhat weaker for the longer voyages, but for the Bay pcrts, both out and homewards, the tone of the market is tirui. Sailing freights to Plate and Brazils still rule high, but for West Indies there is not so much doing. I Mediterranean quotations s ill hold their own, and the demand for this class of tonnage is increasing. In the Frencb and Spanish trade business is quiet. Coastwise ¡ rates rule very low, and freights a.re very scarce. In the iron trade there is a. fair amount of s business doing, but prices :1I"e not remunerative. The I clearances amount to 3.064 tons, of which by far the t greater quantity is gone to Calcutta. There is a fair demand mr fuel, and prices are firm. The only ship- meats ensist of 230 tons for Socoa. Other exports I include tome wooden sleepers for the Plate, and a J quantity of hardware for Hennebont. Imports of iron ore consist of 16.835 tons. Prices are unaltered. Til ) arrivals of piiwood consist of 1,46b tons. Prices are froUl 36s to 16, 3ii, and other imports include two j cargoes of pitch pin s from Georgia and a part cargo of esparto fibre in transit for Cardiff. ■

THE MIDLAND IRON TRADE.\

--NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON AND…

---NEWCASTLE TRADE REPORT.

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ANTICIPATIONS.

NEWMARKET FIRST SPIUNG MEETING.

IROBERT THE DEVIL DEAD. '…