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I TENNIS AND CROQUET. I

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jFACTS AND FANCIES. r.

ICARRIAGE ACCIDENT AT NEATH…

WELSH CAPTAIN KILLED.I

FISHING, I

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I Here and There.

I South Wales Coal Trade.!…

DEVELOPMENT OF THE POHT TALBOl…

BOATING FATALITIES.I

WHAT IS A VEMENT P I

DEATH OF A SWANSEA CAPTAINI

fiRE AT APONTYPRIDDCOLLlERY…

MOVEMENTS OF LOCAL VESSELS.…

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HORRIBLE DEATH. -

THE MYSl ERY OF A PULLMAN…

I LOCAL AMUSEMENTS,I

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY.

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I YANKEE YARNS.I

Colliery Explosion near Pontypridd.…

TINPLATE TRABE. I I

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TINPLATE TRABE. Mr Shaw Lefevre Interviewed. The Press Association understands that when the Select Committee of the House of Com- mons meet to-day to consider the chairman's second draft report, Mr David Randell, M.P., intends to raise a discussion on the deplorable condition of things existing amongst thousands of the tinplate workers of South Wales, Monmouthshire, and Gloucester- shire on account of the prevailing depression in that industry. Mr Randell proposes to urge that further evidence be heard from each of the dis tricts affected. In common with other Welsh members, he feels that something should at once be done by the local authorities, aided by an Imperial grant or other. wise, for the purpose of providing relief employment for the distressed workpeople. Accompanied by Mr John Burn3, Mr Randell had an interview on Monday at the House of Commons with Mr Shaw Lefevre, Pre:,i,nb of the Local Government Board, to whom they represented the urgency of the case. Mr Lvi-'vre promised to give the subject his earnest aud immediate consideration.

IN LIQUIDATION AT LEICESTER.…

ITRADES UNION CONGRESS. I

INTERNATIONAL GLOVE FIGHT.…

PONTYMOILE FOOTBALL CLUB.…

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IBalfour's Return.

MAY FESTIVAL AT CARDIFF.I

EISTEDDFOD AT YNYSYBWL. I

MR JOHN DILLON AT MERTHYR,

GOLF. I

FOOTBALL,

THE TERRIBLE DEATH AT LLANTWIT…