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ILONDON LETTER.

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THE TRAGEDY AT CANNES.

SAD DISASTER AT SEA.

FOREIGNERS IN CHINA.

THE GRAND DUKE OF HESSE.

STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE OF A…

MR BOTTOMLEY'S APPEAL.!

LIBELLING A MUSICIAN.

SHOCKING DISCOVERY IN A DRAIN.

THE OXFORD SCANDAL.

COAL WINNING IN THE OGMORE…

FALL OF A SCAFFOLD.

TO-DAY'S vVEArrHER, 4.30 A.M.

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

THE FUNDS OF THE IRISH PARTY.

THE SINKING OF THE GLAMORGAN.

LLANELLY HARBOUR COMMISSION.

A WELSH SECRETARY IN TROUBLE.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF SUICIDE

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MR T. A. WALKER'S CLAIM DECIDED.

THE STRIKE IN THE BUILDING…

NEW YORK PRICES.

- LOCAL COMMISSIONS.

COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS IN…

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COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS IN SOUTH WALES. Yesterday was the day fixed for the County Council elections in Glamorganshire, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire. In each county there were many unopposed returns. Details of the various contests are appended. In several divisions in the three counties the votes will not be counted until to-day (Wednesday), so that it is not possible to ascertain the precise re- lation of the political parties. It is abundantly clear, however, that there will be a large Liberal majority in each county.

GLAMORGANSHIRE.

CARMARTHENSHIRE.

THE FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT…