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I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14,1885.

I EDITORIAL NOTES. I

ITHE LOCAL COLLISION CASE.

---THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE.

CARDIFF CORPORATION.

BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY AT…

-------THE DEATH OF A CHILD…

I A LLANDOVERY SLANDER CASE.

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I BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN GARDIFF.

■ COLLISION OFF START POINT.…

EXTRAORDINARY RESURRECTION…

CARDIFF PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING…

-..--71-----IA STRANGE LAW…

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THE VICAR OF SWANSEA AT NOTTINGHAM.

-._-I MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS.…

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I--_n-.-IDEATH FROM SUFFOCATION…

I-'.,'.-.-.-. IGREAT FIRE…

POLITICAL AMENITIES.

THE FATAL QUARRY ACCIDENT…

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IThe Nile Expedition.I .

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I The Nile Expedition. I I [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.1 I CAIRO, Tusday.-Artr reaching Metemne General Stewart's brigade will probably 0 communication with Khartoum, but will push on to that place until the arrival of Gens' Earle, who is expected at Met.imneh at the end February, after taking Berber. February, after taking Berber. ["TIMES" TELEGRAM.1 I ALEXANDRIA, Tuesday.—The Khedive has ceived a telegram from Lord Wolseley reporti^ good news from Khartoum, and adding th*1 Gen. Stewart is due at Mettfmmeh on the 16th i [" STANDARD TELEGRAMS.] J MESAWAI, Monday.—A messenger from Br, has come in. He reports that the Robahat J Monasser tribes are gathered near Salamat. Thel have sent to the Mahdi for reinforcements oppose our advance, but the Mahdi has repli that he cannot spare a force to aid them 1 present. CAIRO, Tuesday.—Although it is scarcely poss' ble that the news could have yet come down 0 Korti, a rumour is current here that a porti of General Stewart's column has arrived at hle temmeh. General Ss.ephenson is preparing his trip up the country. He leaves on the 2# inst., and will be absent at least a month. Mad here still believe that an advance will be from Suakim, so as to-open the road down f Berber for the return of a portion of the force that line. ["DAILY CHRONICLE" TELEGRAM.] li HAN-DAB, Monday.—Thefirst wing of tha Bl^ Watch Highlanders arrived here to-day. T^ had no casualties on the river, and are in g0^ health and spirits. health and spirits.

COLLIERY ACCIDENT IN SWITZERLAND.I

-._-FRANCE AND THE EGYPTIAN…

!FRANCE AND ALGERIA. I

IFENIANISM -IN AMERICA.I

I IDISESTABLISHMENT. I

I RUSSIA AND THE AFGHAN I…

IMPORTANT SPEECH BY SIP CHARLES…

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