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LLANTRISSENT. I

MONMOUTI-I.I

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— NEWPORT. Agents-,Uessrs Greenland and Co.. Ncteaggents. NEW TRANSPORTER BRIDGE.—The preliminary arrangements for the construction of the transporter bridge over the River Usk at Newport are well in hand. NEWPORT CONSERVATIVE CLUB.—Dr. Marsh presided at the annual meeting of this club, held on Friday evening in last week, when Lord Tredegar wts re-elected president. With the addition of Mr. Joseph Lawrence, M.P., the vice- presidents were also re-elected. Dr. Marsh was re-elected chairman, Mr. A. P. Filleul vice- chairman, Messrs. C. Miles and R. Edington tleasurers, and Mr. R. J. Williams secretary. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.—James Hyde, residing at Abercaru, who was conveyed to Newport Workhouse on Saturday, Buffering from delirium tremens, made an attempt to take his own life on Saturday evening. His conduct at home excited alarm, he having attempted to jump out of a bed- room window on Friday evening. He was fairly quiet all day Saturday at the Workhouse, but in the evening, without warning, he picked up a table knife and inflicted a big gash in the throat. The wound bled profusely. Dr. Paton was summoned, and stitched up the cut, and the man is now progressing favourably. Hyde, who is a haulier, bad been drinking heavily over the Whitsuntide holidays, and was brought to the workhouse under a three days' detention order. VOLUNTEER CHURCH PARADES.—On Sunday morning the Newport Battery of the 1st Mon- mouthshire Artillery Volunteers paraded aud marched from their Drill Hall to Holy Trinity Church, Pill, where they attended Divine Service. Captain the Hon. J. M. Rolls was in command. There was a large muster, and the men presented a very smart and soldierly appearance as they passed along the streets headed by the band, under Bandmaster W. J. Hulin. The Rev. R. F. Jones officiated, lessons being read by Captain the Hon. J. M. Rolls and Lieut. Pearson. The rector, the Rev. David Wilks, preached from 1. Samuel ii., :10, "Them that honour me I will honour, and they that despise me shall be lightly esteemed." A large number of the members of the Second and Fourth Volunteer Battalions of the South Wales Borderers attended a thanksgiving service at St. Mark's Church on Sunday. The men assembled about 3 o'clock at the Drill Halls, Stow Hill and Caroline-street, and, accompanied by their bands. marched to the church. A considerable number of people lined the streets. Captain Dawson and the members of the Active Service Company also attended. The service was conducted by the chaplains, the Rev, T. Ll. Lister, V.D., and the Rev. D. Llewellyn Jones (preacher). Special hymns were sung.

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