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I South Wales Notes.

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THE LOCAL COLLISION CASE.

THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE. I

I CARDIFF CORPORATION.I

-_._-I I BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY…

I THE DEATH OF A CHILD FROM…

A LLANDOVERY SLANDER CASE.

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I'BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN CARDIFF.

COLLISION OFF START POINT.

r_-EXTRAORDINARY RESURRECTION…

-CARDIFF PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING…

I A STRANGE LAW CASE.

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ITHE VICAR OF SWANSEA AT NOTTINGHAM.…

-.___-MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS.

I-...-_.;FATAL ACCIDENT AT…

-DEATH FROM SUFFOCATION AT…

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POLITICAL AMENITIES.

-THE FATAL QUARRY ACCIDENT…

I. I CARDIFF.

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i The Nile Expedition, j

I , COLLIERY ACCIDENT IN\.…

FRANCE AND THE EGYPTIAN DEBT.I

FRANCE AND ALGERIA.

I FENIANISM IN AMERICA.I

I DISESTABLISHMENT.I

RUSSIA AND THE AFGHAN j BOUNDARY…

IMPORTANT SPEECH BY SIR CHARLES…

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IMPORTANT SPEECH BY SIR CHARLES DILKE. Sir Charles Dilke presided on Tuesday evening at a meeting of Liberal electors of the electoral district of North Kensington, which Mr Firth, his colleague in the representation of Chelsea, is to contest at the next general election. Sir Charles 41luded at some length to the passing of the Franchise Bill, and the character of the redistribution scheme. The latter was so large that it would effect a revolution which would enable them in future to obtain any further measure of redistribution that might be necessary or desired, while one result would be to destroy the Conservative partyintheold sense, and make it a rival democratic party, seeking, though perhaps by different modes, the support of the democracy. Another effect of this great scheme of political' reform would be to hasten the final solution of the land question, and secure a large measure of local government reform generally. Turning to the question of our foreign and colonial policy, Sir Charles stated that there was no foundation for the rumour circulated by the papers that Germany was endeavouring to negotiate a pro- tectorate over Zanzibar, and expressed the opinion that there might be necessity for the modification of a portion of our policy, forced upon us by recent events.

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