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I _THE TINFLATE TRADE.

ISTRANGE ACCIDENT AT SWANSEA,

IWEECK IN SWANSEA BAY.

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KICKING AN OLD WOMBS'I RIBS…

SEQUEL TO A PRIZE FIGHT I

ISWAN SEA WATCH COMMITTEE.

SWANSEA GAS COMPANY, j SlvYANSEA…

SWANSEA INCORPORATED I EXCHANGE

AN UNFORTUNATE JOKE. I

IA FORTY YEARS' RECORD IN…

FIGHT OJN THE SANDS. I

THE COLONELCY OF THE THIRD…

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I APPOINTMENT FOR.A ] SWANSEA…

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SWANSEA PARISH CHU RCR.

OYSTERBIOUTH DISTRICTr COUNCIL,

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Agricultural prospects in Canada are so much I mproved that the Dominion Minister of the In- terior inviting British farmers to emigrate. Several important Spanish successes are re- ported from Manila, and it is believed that the -revolution f n the Philippines is practically at an end. The Centml News says that arrangements have now been Completed for 700 men of the 1st Suffolk Heaunent. a battery of gum with 179 artillery me?, to?-th(T with 50 horses and mnles, to 4mby.I, in the Sumatra from England about the 12th inst. for Malta.. The dtiath occurred at his residence at Dun- ley, Bovey Tiucscy, Devonshire, at three o'clock "1m Monday morning of Sir William Templer ..Hughes, K.C.B. The deceased officer, who wall one of the few remaining survivors of Sohra on and FerozeshaJ), had been fail in rr in hoaltl-j for some time, and for the past week had* ken seriously ill He attained his 75tii f on Eriday lost* <

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