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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.

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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…

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THE MATCH WITH MR BRAIN'S XI. TO THE EDITOR. S!R -With reference to the match between Mr Brain's XI< and Cardiff, a notice has been posted by Mr Yorath, of the Cardiff Club, to the effect that the members of no club except the Cardiff will be admitted free. I should like to ask by whose authority was this posted, and why an exception has been made of this particular match ? If other clubs are to be refused admission by ticket, will non-playing members of tbe Cardiff Club also be excluded ? And if not, why not? If it were the occasion of a charity or benefit match it could he understood. But I fail to see why the park, which has been given to the cricketers of Cardiff, should be monopolised by one club for its sole benefit, and without any apparent authority. Does Mr Corbett know that this notice has been posted, and did he sanction it ? A match of this description would, no doubt, be very instructive to some of the clubs playing in the park, but the action of the Cardiff Club will be the means of keeping a great many lovers of the game and would-be spectators away. I hope this matter will not be allowed to drop.—I am, &c., May 2nd, 1889. ANTI-MONOPOLIST.

NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.

THE TITHE CAMPAIGN IN CARMAR.…

!CRICKET.

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SWANSEA.

,NEATH.

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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…

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SWANSEA COPPER.

NEWPORT TRADE REPORT,

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. '…