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" A HEAVY SMOKER."

i44 FIGHTING THE FOREIGNER."

--I POSER FOR THE GUARDIANS.

I LLANSAMLET MEDICO

APPOINTED TO ABERDARE.

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-IRONCLAD'S TROUBLES.1

FROM FAR & NEAR. ————t

rFAMIUESERED 1

IASQUITH BOO'D.I

, WESTERN MINERSI IMEET.-1I

IFREE fUEL. I FREE-FUELE

CRASH IN CWM ROAD.

- - -_- -TAKEN TO HOSPITAL.

THE WAY OUT. I THE \\fY OUT.

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 THE WAY OUT. I THE \\fY OUT. "ULSTER EXCLUDED." REPORTED BASIS OF SETTLEMENT. I The belief is rapidly gaining ground that ¡ the tone of the Home Rule debate in the House of Commons last week indicated that a peaceful settlement of the Irish question, if not actually agreed upon, is in a faiT way to accomplishment. Those who declare this view, however, are by no means unanimous in forecasting the form which the settlement will assume. A Sunday journal goes to the length of stating that a settlement is assured on a basis already determined upon, this being the exclusion from the scope of the Home Rule Bill of the four north-eastern counties of Ulster, which are overwhelmingly Pro- testant. to wit, Antrim, Derrv, Down and Armagh. The exclusion is to be for a term of years, at the end of which the four coun- ties shall have the choice of co-operating with the rest of Ireland under a Dublin Parliament or of remaining independent. This concession is to be the price of Unionist assent-to other features of the Bill to which they have taken exception. On the other liand, the- Parliamentary correspondent of another journal asserts that the possibility of the exclusion of any part of Ulster has not I een decided upon, and that when the Cabinet I ianr, are made known they will include no proposals for the divi- C .?onnor, w -rit tion of Ireland. Mr. T. P. O'Connor, writ- I ing on the 11 IRISH SITUATION," ?- I  declares that the demands tor another general election on the, Irish question Ls dead, that the opposition to Home Rule for three-fourths of Ireland is also dead, that we are nearly out of the wood," that Ireland will have sPlf-government, its own Parliament, its own i Executive, and its in- t-egrity will remain."

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i FINE CUE-WORK.

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MADE IN SWANSEA. j

FATHER'S SUICIDE .1

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I NEATH'S GAS ENQUtRY.

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.