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THE LATE BISHOP SMYTHIES.

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Strike Riots in America.

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I COAL HAWKERS SUMMONED. I…

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[ Telegraphic Brevities.

IWRECK OF A SAILING SHIP.

INEW ZEALAND'S LADY MAYOR.

-ALLEGED FRAUD BY A JOURNALIST,

MR BYRON REED AT MAESTEG.

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I DEATH OF A NEATH MINISTER,

:CAPTAIN O'SHEA'S AFFAIRS.

IBIRTHDAY HONOURS.

WOMANHOOD AND CHARACTER.

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IBILLIARDS.

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I Sandown Park Meeting. I

I Newmarket Training Notes.I

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District Intelligence. ,

I LOCAL LAW CASES. I

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COLONEL CARRINGTONlS ; APPOINTMENT.

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THE ANGLO-CONGO AGREEMENT.

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THE ANGLO-CONGO AGREE- MENT. Gallic Indignation. I iPAEiS, Friday.—The Soteil to-day declares that the voluntary retirement of M. Casitnir Perier's Cabinet was not unconnected with the conclusion of the Anglo-Belgian treaty. In fact," con- cludes the journal, the Premier, who was thoroughly acquainted with the foreign and Colonial questions, did not wish to be called upon to settle this important matter, whioh places us under the necessity either of accepting a humiliating political rebuff or of risking a rupture with Great Britain." The Gaulois says that French diplomacy has rastained a reverse in Central Africa. The Anglo-Belgian arrangement aims a serious blow nt the political position of Egypt and Turkey in the Vailey of the Nile-a position which it is to our interest to consolidate and to protect on account of our possessions in the Soudan. The King of the Belgians has ignored the rights of France, who has on the Congo a right of preference or pre-emption which she has not abandoned and it seems very difficult to believe that the French Government will not remind King Leopold of its absolute rights." The Estafette, in an article on the subject, says: We may safely assert that no French Govern- ment will ever permit the international provisions of the Berlin Act, and the engagements entered into by the different States to be trampled under foot."

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CHOLERA ON THE CONTINENT,

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SUDDEN DEATH OF AN ALDERMAN.

PLATONIC FRIENDSHIP.

I ARREST OfANAlLEGED PICKPOCKET,

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DINAS POWIS COMMON. I

TROUBLE IN THE COAL TRADE.

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