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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.

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THE BUDGET PROPOSALS.

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THE BAPTIST UNION.

LORD ABERDAIIE AND MABON.

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f THE TITHE AGITATION. I--

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EGLWYSILAN SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

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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.

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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. ,.

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LATEST MARKETS. CORN. BIRMINGHAM,Thursday,—At to-day's market English wheat v as Is per qr, dearer, which rise checked busi- ness. Foreign wheat about the same. Grinding ¡ barley 6d cheaper, Oats dearer. itound maize un- altered, flat, the turn cheaper. BRISTOL, Thursday.—At the Bristol Corn Market English wheat is;n moderate supply and firm at last week's prices. Foreign wheat shows a beotai tone and its value is maintained, but tratie is limited. Barley has a quiet sale without change in price. M*ize is also unaltered. Oatk are scarce and 3d per quarter dearer. CATTLE LONDON, Thursday.—Small supply of beasts trade vioiiiiiial. Slieep velY slow, and weaker. Calves slow, buc firm. Milch cows, IP15 to £ ii each. Beef, 2s 4d to 4s 6d mutton, 3a 2d to o>> fail; veal, 4s to 6s 4d poric, 2s 6d to 4s 6d Iamb, 7s to 8i per 8 lbs. Beasts, 230 sheep, 2.070; calves, 40; pigs, 10; no foreign JiiuMiN'GHiui, i;eef, bd to 71d wool sheep, 8d to Ð2,i, shorn, &i to 8i(i; veal, bato &jd; lamb, Is pei ii). Bacon pig*, 9.; 0" to 9& 2;1 sows, ba 7d to 7 6d porkets, 9s 9ll to 103 6d per score. BRISTOL, Thursday.—Moderate supply of be.-f, with slow crude at 6;s to 6?s par twt; and 66s to 53s for others. States cattle sold at f.63 to 60s. Fair number of sheep—choice wethers (shorn), at 8d ewes, 7d lamb, bjd to Is per lb. 1,000 store cattle sold at late rates; 500 pigs-bacon, 9s 3d porkers, 10s per score. FISII. GRIMSHY, Thursday. Twenty-four vessels. Fair rkippiy and demand. Plaice, 22s to 26s level, las to 2-is li'inon, 40, to 50a soles, lbOs (II 200s haddocks, 7s to 10s; round, 10s to 14s whiting, 128 to 18s; whitche;, 29s per box turgor,, bs to 12.; brili, 3s to 5s lin«, 3s to 5s; dead, 2s to 3s; cod, 4s to 5s skate, 3s to 5s dead, 2sto 3s each; hake, 50s to 80s; dead cod, 45s to 70s per score mackerel, 12s to 16s Norwegian herrings, 5s to 6s Zid per box. PRODUCE. LIVKKPOOL, Thursday.—Sugar—fair demand at full prices. Tate's crystals partially 3d dearer; smalls, 26s 9d No. 2, 2t>s 6d granulated, £ 6s 9d. Beet— Juue, 2is paid; October and December, 15s 3d paid. Coffee, cocoa, t'iee, linseed, and ms, or oil unchanged. Lard, 35s 9d. Palm oil steady—soft, £ 18 os; hard, £ 17 lUs. Petroleum and turpentine unchanged. Is'itrate dull—ordinary, 8s 9d sellers. Hemp and aloe libreac auction passed without a bid. 1 OHDON, Thursday.—Sugar—refined market fully steady, and in some cases more money is required 1 OHDON, Thursday.—Sugar—refined market fully steady, and in some cases more money is required foreign retined firm; beetroot tirm, and prices have advanced 4tl from lowest point yesterday—May buyers, 22a 10id June same price July, 23s the new crop is also firmer, and more is doing ill cane sugars, especially gioeery crystallized. Coffee hold at very tirm rates. ltio futures quoted at 77s for May up to 79s. Tea- China sold tiroily; Kaisow, 4JA to 5d; new-make Congous, 5d to 5jd lower graaes Ceylon, id to id lower than bafore thø holidays; other kinds firm; Indian and Java steady. Kice finn, but little doing. Cotton market tirm. Jute remains qniet. Tallow, Y.C., 383 6d spot. Turpentine, o4s. American petroleum, 51d to 5 9-16d spot. BUlTfcR. CORK, Thars,iay.-Firtics, 87s; seconds, 73s; third", 68s; fourths, 60s. Kegs-Thirds, 68s. Mild-cured tirkius—Sttpertine, 90 tine, 83s mild, 70s. An market, 820 tirkius SUGAR. GLASGOW, Thurstlay.- I lie iiiarket shows signs of re- covery, and yesterday's improvement continues. A large business has been one at 3d to 6d adtance. The official report states Strong market, and a »ery large business done at prices showing fully 3d to 6d advance on yesterday's prices. HAY AND STRAW LONDON, Thursday.—Supplies continue moderate, and trade dull owinJ: to the wet weather. Old hay, was to 126s new do 4i)s to 105s; old clover. 12os to 144s; new do., 40s to 120s old straw, 42s to 48s; new do., 2& to 40s per load. DEAD MEAT. „ LONDON, Thursday.—Fair applies, and trade dull and heavy, with a downward tendency in prices. Beef, 2s 6d to 3s lOd; prime Scotch ditto, 3s lOd to 4s; mutton, 2, 6d to 5s 4d veal, 38 to 5s 6 large pork. 3s to 4s 2d small pork, 4s 2d to 4s 6d; Knglisblamb, 6s 4d to 7s 4d per 8 lbs. METALS. LONDON, Thursday.—Copper firmer, £ 38 7s 6d P*J<« cash; same price bid, and £ 38 10s Trould probably be given for three mouths, but sellers are shy. Tin (learer-Straits, B90 10s to;egl ash paid,then back to VI los now sellers titeteat three months done £90 10s now sellers B90 16s. Spelter, £11 to 217 12s 6d. Spanish lead, £1212,,¡ 6d. Scotch pig iron—buyers, 43s 8d cash. Closing r port: Copper opened nimer, but closed easier again G.M.B. was done at B38 cash to £38 2s 61 offered three months; sellers want B38 5s. Tin easier this afternoon-Straltli, sellers, jE90 10s cash £ 91 5s sellers three months £ 91 tak--n to the 17th July Australian, £91 5s buyers; seller-, £ 91 10s English ingots, £ 93 10s. Spelter. -17 10s Lead—Spanish, £ 12 12s 6d; English, £ 12 15s to £ 13. GLASGOW, l'hursday.-Ma.rket quiet moderate business done at 43s lid and 43s 3icl cash; 44s and 4 lid one month; buyers, 43s 8ti cash 4.)s lid one month sellers near. Middlesbrough done at 38s 7d cash; buyers, 38" ód cash; 58s td one month; sel era, I'd more. JHnmatite done at 485 6d, 4Ss 7id, 'i3s 10id, and 48s lOd one month; buyers, 48s 7 tl càsb. WOOL. BRADFORD, Thursday.—All fine merino and cross- bred wools selling freely at improved rates, but demand for English Is dragging, and staplers fi id difficulty 111 maintaining recent advances. Stocks are very limited, and must remain so until the new clip. Mohair is weak. Alpaca is firm at Is Id. There is a large production of yarns, especially soft yarns, for home trade, and spinners ask for improved rates. The piece trade is good LONDON, Thursday.—To-day's catalogues comprised 2,959 bales Victorian, 3 058 New S.'U li Wales, 1,491 Queensland, 119 West Australian, 89 fcou h Australian, 4,756 New Zealand, 187 Tasnianiau, 695 Cape and Natal, 876 Punta Arenas, 18) various total, 14,4,6 bales. Sales passed off with a very firm tone, and. the home trade has sensilily increased its purchases since the holidays. :ia;es close next Saturday, and the next series is fixed for the 18th of June.

.MR LABOUCHKKE AND THE UNIONISTS.

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THE MIDLAND IRON TRADE.\

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