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THE AFFAIRS OF MR MARTIN EDWARDS.

---THE HAtfBURY ASSEMBLY ROOMS…

WORLD'S FAIR NOTES.

SAD DEATH OF A PONTYPOOL -…

Tlih NEW PITS AT BARGOED.

REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH MONMOUTHSHIRE.

A GALLANT DEED.

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"THE WRECK OF THE ARGOSY."

A TRADESMAN'S COMPLAINT.

INFANT BAPTISM : IS IT SCP.WTURAL?

I PROHIBITION & TEMPERANCE…

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FOOTBALL.

ABERCARN v. BLAINA.

ABERSYCHAN ALBIONS v. CROESY*…

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ABERSYCHAN ALBIONS v. CROESY* 11 LIOG WANDERERS. Played on Saturday last at A bersychan. yceiliog kicked oil, and Lewis returned. Tne home lorwards, following well up, rushed u >v, ii to the visitors goal line, where several .serum- took place, and Rusden, securing, scored tac first try. Lewi." took the kick, but faileu to con- vert. After the drop-out, one of the oacks, 111 attempting a run, was pushed j;, t; toucn. From the une out the home forwu d rushed down, and forced the visitors to coiKvd a minor. The visitors then started to d but fou,.d the homesters too good for them. ri. cupelled to save twice in sucoes.;i-'<n. When the whistle sounded for half-time, uu- score stood:— ABERSYCHAN 1 try 3 minors. Tn CROESYCEILIOG nil. -t-ay being resumed, the home team agajr pressed, but some tricky play by Water lie !<; relieved for a short time. After some loose play, L>ee managed to score, a good shot by White faii- "ig within a few inches of the bar. From tiie kick-out, the visitors following up well, forced the home back to concede a minor. The hoim forwards now played well together, and a rough game ended in a win for the home team ABERSYCHAN 2 tries 4 minors. CROESCEILIOG 1 minor. Llor the home team, White at full back played a splendid game, far exceeding his opponent. Parfitt, Rusden. Morgan, Gougli, and Dee were also noticeable. For the visitors, Rowlands, Waterfield, and Humber played a good game. ABERCARN V. ABERTILLERY.—Played on the grounds of the former, on Wednesday week, resulting in a win for Abercarn, by one try to nil. PONTYMOIL STARS 2NDS V. CWMBRAN HARLE- QUINS.-On Saturday last, the Pontymoil Stars 2nds journeyed to Cwmbran to meet the Cwm- bran Harlequins, but were defeated by 2 goals to nil. The Stars went down with 13 men, but were given two substitutes, who, however, did not seem to exert themselves for the benefit of the Stars. The'Quins were assisted by H. Smith (Mouse), Sawtell, and a few of the Cwmbran 1st X T. St. Hr^A^a—WAJCDERKwa- v» Bsujat&yjQN,- est teams met on the ground of the former on Saturday last, and although the visitors were much the heavier,, the bom team played well (F. Gething and C. Barrow shewing good form), and eventually won, the final, scores being :—St. Hildas, 1 goalr 3 minors Blaeaavon, I minor. CwMBRAlf HARLEQUINS V. PONTYMOIL WHITE STARS 2ND.-Played at Cwmbran on Saturday last in suitable weather. The 'Quins kicked off, and up to half time the game was very evenly contested, though the home team had hard lines in not scoring several times* and, what appeared to the spectators to be a dropped goal, was not allowed by the referee. At half time the score stood at 2 minors each. After lemoos the 'Qnins haeJ decidedly the best ofthe game, though each point was determinedly contested by the Stars. H. Smith picked up from below the half way flag*, and succeeded, after a. grand tricky run, in eluding his opponents and grounding the ball behind the posts amidst applause. Shortly after Sawtell dribbled over the line and scared. Smith concerted both tries. At the call of time the score read r—'Quins, 2 converted goals and 7 miners Stars, 3 minors; or 10 points to nil. For the home team Smith and Davies, at three- quarters, Jones at half, and Sutton, Sadler and Wadley in the pack, were the pick. For Ponty- moil Davies and Thomas were the choice of the three-quarters, and Wbatmore ait half. Referee, Mr. W. 130wen.

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A THEATRICAL WAIF AT YSTRAD.

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FASHIONS FOR JANUARY.

IA SHOCKING STOITR. !

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DARING ROBBERY IN LONDON.