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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.

NEATH.

CARDIGAN.

ABERAMMAN.

LLANDOVERY.

BRECON.

CLYDACH (BRECON).

TALGARTH.

--LLANTRISSANT.

MERTHYR.

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MERTHYR. SCHOOL BOARD.—The fortnightly meeting was held on Friday, Mr T. Williams presiding. A letter was read from Dr Dyke thanking the board for their condolence with him in his sad bereave- ment at the loss of his wife.—The use of a room in the Cedraw Schools was granted to the secretary of the East Glamorgan Baptist Sunday School to hold a Scriptural examination on Wednesday, the 15th inst.—The Clerk reported that be had received a letter from the master of the Abercanaid School on Monday last stating that the epidemic of measles was severer than ever, and that 254 children had absented themselves from the schools, which they bad attempted to open on that day. He bad communicated with the chairman, and it was arranged that the schools should be closed throughout the week. The board, considering that it would not be desirable to open the schools during next week, gave directions to that effect.—The following ap- pointments were made, to be in force until the examination :—Miss M. A. James, to be assistant at Troeayrhiw Senior School; Mr John James, to be assistant at the Merthyr Vale Mixed School Mr R. Price, to be assistant at George- town Buys' School and Mr John Evans, to act as assistant at Twynyrodyn Senior School.- With regard to the question of th* truants' school, the board decided to guarantee IS children in case the school were fouuded. CREDITORS' MEETINGS.—A meeting of the croditors of John Henry Albert Brooks, green- grocer and general dealer, 13, St. James-street, Eubw Vale, was held before Mr Daniel, official receiver, at Merthyr, on Friday. His statement of affairs showed the gross liabilities as J6179 13) lOd, and assets L7 33 6J. The causes of failures were a flood, which cost the debtor L60 damage; loss in garden during the extreme beat of Jubilee summer, and illness and death in family.—The meeting of the creditors of Thomas Thomas, engine-driver,of 6, Oak-street, Aberdare, was also held. The gross liabilities, as they ap- peared in the debtor's statement of affairs, were j6118 Os 6J, and the assets B5. The reason given by the debtor for his failure was bis wife runninp into debt without his knowledge,

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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