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DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN COLONIST.

A TALKING "COIIPSE."

ALARMING KlOiS AT CARDIFF.

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A flour mill at Carlisle belonging to Mr. Atkin- fon has been destroyed by fire. Damage £ 10,000. Earl Granville, though still suffering Jrom his at- cack of gout and coftfined to his house, is going on well towards recovery. Colonel Grove has arrived at Cairo, under in. itructions from the War Office, to consult upon the subject of the withdrawal of the British troops from Assouan.

-HE ASS TURNED GENTLEMAN

THE TOLL-KEEPER'S HIDDEN GRIEF.

"I THOWT I FELT A HOP'."'

TOM ASHE.

A TALE OF LOVE.

THE BELLOWS.

FOX-HUNTING.

TIT FOR TAT.

UNEXPECTED.

BEGGING WITH MANY TONGUES.

THE DECISION.

.EARLY RISING.

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j - — | Pontypridd County…

EISTEDDFOD AT ABERDARE.

—■•..i,'1 ;--," SHOCKING OUTRAGE.

"JUSTICES' JUSTICE."

CASHING OK OAKUM PICKING.

UNLUCKY POACHING EXPEDITION.

TWO CHILDREN BL:RNT TO DEATII.