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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

IN LIQUIDATION AT LEICESTER.…

ITRADES UNION CONGRESS. I

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TRADES UNION CONGRESS. I Meeting ef Coal Trimmers at Cardiff. I At a meeting of the Cardiff, Penarth, and Barry Coal Trnnmers' Union, held in the Caxton Hall, Cardiff, on Monday night, presided over by Mr John ChappelL, in the unavoidable absence of Mr John Thomas, the president, a deputation from the local committee appointed to make arrange- ments for the proper reception of the Trades Union Congress at Cardiff in September next was received. It consisted of Councillor Jenkins, Mr John Gardner, and Mr Jenkin Jones. Another member of the deputation appointed was Mr 1". A. Fox, who, however, was prevented being present at the last moment. The following resolution was unanimously adopted That we, the members of the Coal Trimmers' Union, pledge ourselves to do our very best to support, financially and otherwise, the General Arrange- ments Committee, and also to extend a very hearty welcome to the Trades Union Congress in September next."

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…