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GRAVE TROUBLES AT HULL.

MR WILSON AND THE SHIPOWNERS

CHRISTMASTIDE WITH THE CARDIFF…

THE ESSEX TRAGEDY.

ELOPEMENT FROM WOLVERHAMP-I…

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NEW MAGISTRATES FOR MONMOUTHSHIRE.

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ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF PRINCIPALS…

WELSH METHODISM.

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ICORRESPONDENCE.

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THE SUICIDE OF A BRIDE.

FUNERAL OF MR A. F. MORCOM.

DEATH FROM EXPOSURE AT MERTHYR.

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SIR PRYCE PRYCE JONES ON WELSH LOYALTY. Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones, Conservative candidate for Montgomery boroughs, speaking at a banquet on Monday evening, held at the Town-hall, Newtown, said that hitherto amongst Welshmen there had been no toast more cordially received than that of the Queen. Ho was extremely sorry to find that in the southern part of Wales recently a number of young- mer.or rather young geese— had actually hissed the National Anthem. Strange to say the incident took place at a meeting held in connection with cno of the Welsh University Colleges, and he was surprised that these young unfledged birds should have brought disgrace upon themselves and upon a scat of public learn- ing—an institution which received a grant from the National Exchequer. lie hoped that such conduct would never be recorded again, and that Welshmen would always continue, despite their strong differences upon other points, to join in showing their loyalty to the Queen.

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THE CARDIFF PANTOMIME.

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OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS.

A CORRECTION.

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SOUTH WALES COAL TRADE.

SWANSEA GASWORKS EMPLOYES.

STRIKE AT MORRISTON.

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FLUX IN THE TIN-PLATE TRADE.

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SUNDAY GAMBLING AT MAESTEG.