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LLANSANTFFRAED.

LLANTRISSENT. I

MONMOUTI-I.I

—1^ INEWPORT.

CRICKET PAVILION OPENED.

PONTYPOOL.

---_-I DEATH OF MR. W. SANDBROOK.…

PONTNEWYDD.

RAGLAN.I

l CLUB WALK AT LLANARTH. [

Ordinations at Uandaff.

Judge Owen Compliments a Bankrupt.

The Sengenydd Disaster.

I Active Service Company of…

Cricket.

IParliamentary.

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I Parliamentary. On Thursday, the House of Commons resumed its sittings. In the discussion on the Army Estimates Mr. Dillon moved to reduce the vote for £ 15,977,000 for transports, &c., by £ 1,000,000. He contended that shipowners had profited by the necessities or the nation to put up their rates. Mr. Brodrick said that the fact that the War Office had transported 300.000 men and 260,000 horses to South Africa. without accident was an eloquent testimony to the efficiency of its arrangements. The number of transports engaged was 45. In a typical case-a vessel to accommodate 1,250 men—the cost was £3,000 a month. The motion for the- reduction was defeated.

Strength of the Volunteer…

Moiiiiiojithsliire Mme Flooded.

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GUOSMONT.

IURBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.