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FOR WOMEN folk.

Passing Pleasantries. I

STRIKE LASTS 77 WEEKS j

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STORY FOR TO-DAY I

A VICAR RECOMMENDS BILE BEANSI

A GREAT CANAL SCHEME

FIGHT WITH POVERTY

SECOND GREAT ART DRAWING.

I Mormons and Polygamyl

An Evangelist's Slang.I I-

I THE BANANA TRADE I

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THE VICAR'S WOOING 1

—i A Tragic CoincidenceI

Bad Half-Sovereigns.

I Attacked by -a --Lion

GLAMORGAN IMPERIAL YEOMANRY…

To-days Markets.

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I FATAL MOTOR SMASHI

I The Church in WalesI

iWELSH TeAM AGAINSTI IENGLAND.

lWELSH ASSOCIATION CUP 1

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WELSH ASSOCIATION CUP In the third round of the conifceet for the Welsh Aæooiation Cup Chester have scratched to Rhyl, Bangor to Brough- ton, Llandrindod Wells to Wellington, and Colwyn Bay to Chirk. The Welsh Amateur Cup draw for the third round was made on Wednesday as follows: Portmadoc v. Bangor, Flint v. Llandudno or Oolwyn Bay, Oak Alyn or Buckley v. Wrex- ham, Victoria Esclusham white Stars T. Brymbo, Victoria (Aberystwyth) v. Newton Singleton and Oolea, Shrewsbury v. Llandrin- dod Wells, Oswestry v. Bala, Llangollen v. Rhos Rangers. The first-named clubs have the choice of ground, and ties have to be played on January 13. RHYMNEY VALLEY LEAGUE In the absence of MT. W. James (Deri), Mr Powell (Dukeetown) presided at a. meeting of the Rhymney Valley Association League Hengoed on Wednesday.—New Tredegar put in a claim against Bargoed for non-lulfilmeut of fixture, but this was withdrawn.—The transfers of M. Braddon (Aberda.re to New- port) and F. G. Simmonds reh.Lrris to New port) were confirmed.—Ba.rgccd were orilced to re-play the unfinished game with Bedlinog on cup-tie principle.—Deri was ordered to pay a claim made by Lla-ntaredach.—Dowlais Thistles claimed two points from Aber- gavenny Reserves for playing two ineligible men, but the matter was deferred to ascer tain what division, form the players nad signed.—The qnestion of an -ntcr-leiwgue match with the Cardiff District will be con- sidered at the next meeting.—On a. Tote, the transfer of J. Yarr from Llanbradach to Barry was confirmed, and he will be eligible to play next Saturdav.-A protest lodged by Treharris against Llar.brad<ach that a matc.h between these clubs should be re-played was oat-voted, the points standing to Ha.ntr?- dach's credit. ign latter olub wa?, however, censured for their late start.—The Treharris representative intimated that his club would appeal to the Welsh Association against the decision.

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I f THE FOREIGN MAJL8

I STOCKING IN SHARK'S STOMACH…

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A FATAL CIGARETTE.1

- - - I The Peace ot Europe…

CENTENARIAN'S -HINT-I

ICONSTABLES' PARADE.

I A SHIPPING CANARD. i

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS-

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RICH MINE BOUGHT BY CHANCE

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