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Sad Scene in a Rhondda Chapel.

ONLY A PAUPER.I

FATAL ACCIDENT AT CARDIFF…

A STUBBORN BATTLE.

! DRUNKEN POLICEMEN,

NEWPORT'S MAYOR-ELECT. I

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. I

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GLAMORGANSHIRE GOLF CLUB I

ISTARTLING DISCOVERY.

| South Wales Coal Trade i

FOOTBALL.I

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I RACING ANTICIPATIONS.

Piumpton First November Meeting

To-day's Starting Prices.I

Official Scratehings,

---SPORTING ITEMS.

MINERS' MEETING AT CAERPHILLY.

I Funeral of Clwydfardd.

I A SEAMAN KILLED AT CARDIFF.…

I I SMALL-POX~AT DOWLAIS,…

MADAME PATH'S TOUR,

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! Widows' Rights. !

HAMADRYAD HOSPITAL SHIP, j…

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Incidents of the Fair. iO

The War in the East I m—I

-WILSONS' AND THE SCOTTISH…

ITHE SKIRMISH AT WANO. r-

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I Bomb Outrage in London

ALLEGED BiGAMY AT CARDIFF.…

ITO-DAY'S MONEY. I

CARDIFF.I

I THE LATE- CZAR..

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EULOGIUM OF DR. VAUGHAN. I

EMPIRE THEATRE LICENCE. I

JABEZ BALFOUR.

--Ardlamont Mystery Revived.

Sheffield and Rotherham Meeting.

Newmarket Training Netes.

LOCAL AMUSEMENTS....

-'--I TROOPS STRICKEN BY TYPHOID…

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I (MISS FLORENCE LEYBOUPNEL…

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Family Notices

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I THE LATE- CZAR..

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LYING IN STATE. 6T. PKTEMBCRG. Saturday.-Tiie remains of tlie late Emperor are not expected to reach St. Petersburg until the 14th or 15th. They will lie in state successively in Odessa, Kieff, and cow, aucl finally here. The body will after- wards be laid in its last resting-place in the mausoleum of the Imperial family. -P-euter. BETROTHAL OF PRINCESS ALIX. BERLIN, Saturday Afternoon. A private despatch lrom Livadia states that the conversion o rnicess Alix to the orthodox faith took place privately m the palace Chapel q £ e uncessand the young Czar immediately afterwards exchanged rings in token of their betrothal.' Central News. THE NEW CZAR'S MARRIAGE. Q. S:iturday Evening. — A telegram irom^t. Petersburg, published by the Tageblatt announces that rings were exchanged vesterdav between the CZar and Princes, Aliz. The funeraJ of Alexander III. will take place between ?. 1 '^n inst., and the Czar's marriage will be celebrated a few days later. On the occa- sion of his Majesty's accession to the Russian throne, the journal adds, an extensive political am nasty is expected.—Beuter. PRINOESS ALIX RE-NAMED. ST. PETERSBURG, Sattirday.The Czar has issued the following manifesto bearing yesterday's date: To-ciay took place the hoiy anointment of our bride in accordance with the orthodox ritual to the comfort of ourselves and the whole of Russia, our bride receiving the name of Alexandra Feodorovoa, with the title of Grand Duchess and Imperial Higliness. "-Reuter. CELEBRATING THE ACCESSION OF NICHOLAS. ST. PETERSBURG, Saturday—The Grand Dukes Nicholas Nicolaievitch and Constantiuo Con- stantmovitch and the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Mavnk.esna returned here to-day from Livad.a and attended a special memorial service at Isaak Cathedral. The Duke of Meeklenbrug and Prince and Princess Oldenburg were also present Memonai services were also celebrated at the English and American Churches. A Te Denm was sung this morning in the principal churches in celebration of the accession of Nicholas II.- Beuter. PRINCE OF WALES' JOURNFV CONCLUDED. LIVADIA, Sunday.—The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at Yalba yesterday evening — Beuter.