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MARGAM POISONING CASE.

- AN EX-POLICEMAN IN TROUBLE…

----------A SAD FATALITY AT…

CARMARTHENSHIRE.

----CARDIGANSHIRE.

ACCIDENTALLY HANGED.

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THE TITHE AGITATION. .

A BISHOP OKTITHES.

EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYED.

A GENEROUS NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR.

CHRIST CHURCH, PENARTH.

PETER JACKSON AT CARDIFF --

---------COLLISION WITH AN…

THE TIN PLA.TE TRADE. --.

-------THE LONGTON COLLIERY…

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NEWS IN BRIEF.

AN AVALANCHE IN THE TYROL.…

SWANSEA.

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SWANSEA. THE HOSPITAL.—An anstract of the resident medical officer's report to the weekly board from Dec. 26th. 1889, to Jan. 2nd, 1890 :—In-door patiente-Rexuained by last report, 76 admitted since, 10—86 discharged cured and relieved, 8 died, 1-9 remaining, 77. Out-door patients—Re- mained by last report, 376; admitted since, 53- 429 discharged cured and relieved, 54 died, 0— 54 remaining, 375. Medical officers for the week :—Physician, Dr D. A. Davies: surgeon, Mr H. A. Latimer. Horatio E. Rawimgs, L.K.Q.C.P. 1.. M. R. C.S.,Resident Med ical Officer. Jan. 2nd, 1890.-John W. Morris, Secretary. N.B.—Presents of books, prints.. flowers, old linen or calico, old battles, and any useful articles will be most thankfully received by the matron. FOUND DROWNED AT MORBISTON. —The body of a man nllnred David Davies, who lived Ilt Vicarage-road, Morriston, and was about 35 years of age, has been found in a fishpond at Clasebont, near Morriston. As a few hours before be was last seen alive he attempted to hang himself in the stable, it is supposed that he committed suicide. He was last seen alive on New Year's Eve at about 8.30. MEMORIAL CHAPEL BAZAAR. A bazaar, opened by the mayor, was held on Thursday and Friday, for the purpose of raising funds to clear off the debt on the Memorial Chapel. The stall- holders were Misses Davies, Lloyd, Duncan, Jenkins, D. Davies, Rees, J. Jenkins, Laundler, Palmer, C. Rees, Polly Jenkins, P. Gwyn, Mrs Davies, and Messrs J. Davies, D. Jenkins, and D. Davies. Mr J. H. Rogers acted as secretary.

NEATH.

CARDIGAN.

ABERAMMAN.

LLANDOVERY.

BRECON.

CLYDACH (BRECON).

TALGARTH.

--LLANTRISSANT.

MERTHYR.

RHONDDA VALLEY.

TREDEGAR.

BARRY.

NEWPORT.

CARDIFF.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. r

MR GLADSTONE ON WILLIAM PITT.

A MURDERERS LETTER.

THE JUBILEE PLUNGER. -7-

FIRE AT A TRAINING COLLEGE.

FATALITY ON THE ICE.

COMMAND OF THE IRISH-FORCES.

----------AN APOLLO IN KNICKERBOCKERS.

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