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GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY.

THE PEMBROKESHIRE RIGHT OF…

DISPUTE BETWEEN LLANELLY FARMERS.

-------------THE CHANNEL FLEET…

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THE CHANNEL FLEET AT MILFORD HAVEN. Nearly the whole of the ships of war com- prising the Milford Haven division of the Channel Squadron arrived in the haven on Sunday morning, and lie at anchor, in sections of divisions, in Bull Well Deep, Chapel Bay, tfce., some of the smaller craft being moored higher up the haven, off the Carr Rocks, the Dockyard and Hobbs' Point Pier. Steamers, with excursionists on board, ran down to visit the fleet from Hobbs' Point and Neyland all Sunday afternoon nnd evening. The fleet presented an imposing sight. On Mon- day isitors were allowed on boaid the princi- pal ships. Another correspondent writes About seven a.m. on Sunday the following war ships arrived in Milford Haven, for the purpose of coaling previous to taking part in the manoeuvres, which are officially post- poned until Thursday, August 15, viz:— flr-rcules (Admiral Tryon's flag ship), Incon- stant, Shannon, Black Prince, Warspite, Rupert, Ajax, Neptune, Howe, Aurora, Thames, Mercury, Medea, Marathon, Gale ten, Forth. Invincible, Undaunted and Rodney (flag-ship), Admiral Tracey,which has been preceded by the cruisers Mohawk,Serpent, and Medusa, and torpedo boats Nos. 49, 57, 58, 59, 60, 66, 71, 75, 77, and 81.

,:FAMINE IN INDIA.

SMUGGLING EXTRAORDINARY.

" THE DOG IT WAS THAT DIED."

AN INTERESTING LETTER.

A THOUGHTLESS SMOKER.

BALLOON ACCIDENT IN FRANCE.

CARMARTHEN POST OFFICE.

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