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Collision at Sea. --

I Mrs Chant and the| Empire…

NEWPORT CABMEN'S DINNER.

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THE LATE CZAR. : .

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I."Guy Fawkes Day." I

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i ! Lentie.'t Setting.

SPORTING ITEMS.

Family Notices

FORFARSHIRE ELECTION. I

MAYORALTY OF SWANSEA,I

PORT TALBOT RAILWAY AND DOCKS…

I IThe Bomb Outrage. .

ALLEGED ILLEGAL CLUB. I

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TO-DAY'S MONEY.

TO-DAY'S MARKETS, I

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Jabez Balfour.I

A-REMINISENCE OF THE GREAT…

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ALLEGV-DiliGAFVIYATCARDIFF…

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ALLEGV-D iliGAFVIY AT CARDIFF i ALLEGEryCTOAROIFF.1 At the Cardiff Police-court on Monday— bofore the Stipendiary (Mr T. W. Lewis)-hry Ann Davies (26) was charged with feloniously intertnari'yinst with one Wiliiam Jenkins, at Cardift, on the 12th October, 1894, her 6rst husband, Daniel Thomas.Davies, being then and now alive. Mr Arthur Recs prosecuted, and Mr George David (David anS Evans) appeared for the defendant, a number of whose friends were in the court. Mr Arthur Rees briely opened the case by say- ing that on Novf-mber 17th, 1892, the defendaut- a well-dressed :md respectable-looking woman— was married to an engineer. The husband tlieii went to sea, and on coming back found his wife living with another man, she having gone through the formal ceremony of marriage with William Jenkins on the 12th ultima Mr David Evans, assistant registrar, proved that both cere- monies had taken place before him. William Jenkins said when he met the defendant she told him she had been living with another man, but they were not married. One day Daniel Thomas Davies--the husband of the defendant—came to the shop and asked his wife in a. whisper what nnme that was over the door. When he knew tho defendant first: she carried 0U a small business of tobacconist in Queen-street, as she had nothing to keep her. When Davies returned he forced her to givo up the keys of this business-pi"ce. The defendant was committed to take her trial at the ensuing assize, the Stipen- diary allowing bail, defendant in her own recog- nizance in £ 10 and one surety in £ 10.

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jThe Battle of Inkerman.;…

-CARDIFF COALTRIMMERS' ASSOCIATION.

-MINERS' MEETING AT EBBW VALE.

---HIGH GROUND RENTS AT NEWPORT,

FRANCE, ENGLAND. AND EGYPT.

IA CASTLE FOR £33. -

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-British Steamers on Fire..

LOCAL AMUSEMENTS.

UNLAWFUL WOUNDING AT I BARRY…

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IA BOAT CAPSIZED,

Lewes Autumn Meeting.

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Official Scratchings,

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