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KING EDWARD NO PARTY POLITICIAN.

THE BUDGET.

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I GERMAN AGRICULTURISTS.

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I THE NEW RIFLE.

IHEADMASTERS' INFLUENCE.

Monmouthshire Education Committee.

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South Monmouthshire.I

I CHEPSTOW. I

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I CHEPSTOW. I J COUNTY COURT MONDAY. I I Before His Honour Judge OWEN. I I COMPENSATION CASE. I An important compensation case came before His Honour, in which Milicent Raines, widow, Chepstow, was claimant, and Charles Langham, farmer, Chepstow, respondent, and William Dowdeswell, another Chepstow farmer, was brought in as a third party. In October last, William Raines, in the employ of Langham, was lent to Dowdeswell, for whom he led a bull to the ring at the Cattle Market. The bull attacked Raines, who died from his injuries. Counsel for respondent argued that'at the time Raines was not doing anything out of, or arising out of, his employment. After legal argument his Honour held that Langhara was liable, and awarded the widow £ 150, with costs of Scale C. By consent, his Honour then heard an action by Langham against Dowdeswell, as the third party, to recover the damages, on the ground that the accident was caused under circumstances creating a legal liability unon Dowdeswell. His Honour decided that no such liability attached to the third party in this case, remarking that the accident might have happened even if Raines had used a pole instead of a rope, and dismissed the claim, with costs.

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I Lord Tredegar at Risea.

KAGLAN.

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The lilval Fleets.

France and Morocco.

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The Scotch Church Crisis.…

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Shipping Disasters.

- fialham Libel Action.

I NEWPORT.I

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ABERSYCHAN MYSTERY.