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DISASTROUS FIRE AT LLANDAFF.

LONDON WELSH FOOTBALL CLUB.

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AND…

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THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AND THE "I JOURNALIST. The case of the Queen v. Bridge came before Justices Smith and Day in the Queen's Bench Division on Monday, on a rule to show cause why Mr Bridge, Metropolitan police magistrate, should not hear and determine an application by Mr George Edward Simms, journalist, for a summons for assault against the Duke of Cambridge and In. spector Robinson, on the occasion of the recent re- view of the fire brigade. Mr Polland appeared for the magistrate, Mr Abinger for the applicant, and Sir Charles Russell held a watching brief for the Duke of Cambridge. Their lordships held that the magistrate had already heard and determined Mr Simms' complaint, and that there was consequently no ground for a mandamus.

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ACCIDENT TO A CLEVEDON TRAIN.

A DISQUALIFIED WELSH MAYOR.

A SHIP ON FIRE IN THE CHANNEL.

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A NATURALISTS NOTES I'AROUND…

THE AUTUMN MANOEUVRES.

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MONKTON PRIORY CHURCH, PEMBROKE.

CAPTAIN MURRELL AGAIN HONOURED.