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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.

RHONDDA VALLEY.

TREDEGAR.

BARRY.

NEWPORT.

CARDIFF.

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CARDIFF. INQUEST.—At the Town Hall, on Thursday evening, Mr E. B. Reece presided at the inquest on the body of Oscar Olsen (21), a Norweigan sailor, who lost his life by falling down from the top-sail yardarm of the bark Likefield, while she was lying off Lundy Island, on the 1st inst. The Jury returned a verdict of accidental death. SUNDAY AFTERNOON SICRVIC&s,-The Rev John Pugh will deliver the address to-morrow after- noon at the Park-hall, other portions of the service being conducted by the Rev Arthur R. Ezard. The choir will render the anthem "Awake, awake," and the beaatiful solo "The Lord is my Shepherd will be sung by a lady member of the choir. The proceedings will com- mence at 3 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LITERARY AND DEBA- TING SOCIETY.—At the usual weekly meeting a discussion on the question, Is Theatre-going Prejudicial to Society' took place, and was decided in the affirmative. The chair was occu- pied by Mr John I errussan, and the speakers were Mr Samuel Puesson, J. Maccalum, J. G. Grant, J. Marshall, Corfield, and Davies. SATURDAY CONCERT.-Anothw of the series of popular concerts will be given in the Park Hall this evening. Mr Jacob Davies has prepared an excellent programme for the occasion. MERCIFUL SOCIETY.—The anniversary services in connection with the above society will be held at Wesley Chapel, Charles-street. Cardiff, to. morrow (Sunday), when the Rev David Young will preach in the morning and the Rev E. Dodd., in the evening. This is the oldest institution of the kind in the town. Its object is to relieve thE sick poor, without any distinction of sect or party, at their own dwellings. During the past year 808 visits have been made, and the sum of £ 61 8s 6d has been distributed. The committee regret that the funds of the society are completely exhausted, but they assure themselves that the public wiA come forward to support an institution that has relieved so many distressed persons in their afflic- tions.

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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