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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,

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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

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EULOGIUM OF DR. VAUGHAN. I

EMPIRE THEATRE LICENCE. I

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EMPIRE THEATRE LICENCE. Rioting by Sympathisers. The Empire Music Hall, London, which re- opened its doors on Saturday, was crowded in every part, and before the event was over there were some unprecedented scenes. The bar3 had been removed, in accordance with the county council's regulations, and in the promenade palms and lounges filled much of the space. After the close of tbe bscond ballet there were loud cries for Mr Edwardes. He appeared, thanked the audience, and retired. Enthusiasm had been grcwing, and the smashing of one of the large palm pots was fol. owed by the destruction of the wooden partition, with its stout canvas covering, which separated the bars from the auditorium, The active exertions of the officials were in. sufficient to check the onslaught of tbe rioters. Soma of the Moorish decorations were torn down, and other damage done. Whilst the destruction was in progress there was singing of Britons never shall be Slaves," and many cries denouncing Mrs Chant and the county council.

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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