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DESPERATE ATTACK ON A .1PARIS…

AN AMERICAN DYNAMITE I SOCIETY.…

MR MUNDELLA AND HIS POLITICAL…

FATAL FIRE AT BERWICK. I

THE TIPPERARY ELECTION. I

THE PENISTONE ACCIDENT. I

RAID aNA Duell TAINMENT. ENTER-I

IPRINCE ALBERT VICTOR'S 21st…

-GREAT FARM-YARD FIRE NEAR…

MR MUNDELLA? M P i ON FREE…

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MR MUNDELLA? M P i ON FREE I EDUCATION. At the opening of the Folkestone Board Schools, on Wednesday afternoon, Mr Mundella, referring to free education, said such a system to be just must be free, not for a class only, but free all round. He warmly advocated voluntary efforts to provide cheap dinners for children who could not procure proper nourishment at home, as their mitids could not be properly instructed whilst the body was neglected. He eulogised the efforts of the clergy in the cause of education, .-ting that he knew of cases where the clfcrgy- **ibBcribed ten times as much aa the squire ,al1 the farmers of the parish put together. J- ex year the Department would have to aSsk for a arge vote, which he was sure the nation would not gru ge, as this meant a decrease of crime and the social pro of the masses.

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The Earthquakes in Spain I

The Nile Expedition.

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ITO-DAY'S MARKETS. .

iTO-DAY'S SHIPPING. I -.i

GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

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SPORTING ITEMS. t

I THE WOOLWICH MURDER.

I THE LATE MR W. C. LUARD.

! WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

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CARDIFF SCIENCE AND ART I…

-_._-THE REPRESENTATION OF…

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