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A VCOMAN FROZEN TO DEATH.

-, ATTEMPTED SUICIDE OF A…

I MR. BRADLAUGH AND THEi ATTORNEY…

 DEATH OF THE EARL OF AVLE-SFORD.

-I ALARMING RAILWAY ACCIDENT,…

---A POLICEMAN ARRESTED A…

-- - -SAD DEATH OF A WELSH…

-PRIZE FIGHT.

-' LORD LONSDALE AND THE "…

WANTED, A WIFE.I

AN ILLUSTRATED TRAMP.I

1 The Earthquakes in Spain

_.-THE REVOLT IN CAMBODIA.

| WRECK OF A WELSH VESSEL.

., -._____-CARDIFF SHIPOWNERS'…

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_----I THE WELSH PRESS.

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-_-TO-DAY'S SPORTING.

I j SPORTING ITEMS.

I TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

ITO-DAY'S SHIPPING.,

:EXPLOSION AT A GASWORKS.

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I THE COMIC PAPERS.

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I THE COMIC PAPERS. d- FROM FUN. NOT TO BE "SAT Uro-N.The "Seats Bill. Very SHOCKIIG.The earthquakes in Spain. THICK OR THIN.-Sinall Boy: I wants a nice haddick, please.—Fishmonger Do you want a finnon ?"-Bmall Boy: No, I don't; I wants a fick 'un. ASS-TONISHING.—Sunday School Teacher: Now, the Book says here, He felt abased." Tell me, now, Norah Donovan, what is it to feel abased ?— Norah: A baste? Shure it's to be a cravture-a donkey, mum. A TEMPTING OFFER.—Shoeblack (to Elderly Inebriate) Shine yer boots, sir ? Put yer foot up 'ere, sir I'll polish yer boots as bright as lookin' glasses, so as you'll be able to see 'ow ter fix yer face proper afore g'oin"home to wisit the missus. I [From MOONSHINE.] "Called Back. -The Channel Fleet. DISAPPOINTMENT —jcene London Bridge Station. Train jmt Jeaving.-Old Lady (with multitude of parcels, &c., to porter, who has assisted her): Are vou quite sure you've put them all in ?-Porter: Yes, ma'am. You've left nothing beiiind-(as train moves off)-not even a twopence, It iiJ distressing- èu note the disappointment of the Society journals at the fact that the betrothal of the Princess Beatrice wa" a, anged so quietly as to prsclude even r" hint 01 it beforehand in the sixpenny papers. It is impo ible, however, to suppose that the editors of these vaiuaole pro- ductions, mobbed as they are by dukes and earls, and consulted as to the number of buttons on every r,),) j royal boot in Europe, could have been purposely slighted. Obviously the marriage of a Princess of England was not considered of sufficient iinnor- tance that is the only explanation. THE AT HOME" "MANIA. A FACT (ALMOST). -,Ili- Bopps (in vegetables). Vould yer like to take ori yer shawl, marm, and vaik hinsids—Mrs Bopps is at to-night?

I-'-1 NEWPORT TOWN COUNCIL.

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! FACTS AND FANCIES. i i^