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TALES OF THE TURF.

ISWANSEA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

LAST NIGHT'S " GAZETTE "I

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IYANKEE YARNS, I

ILOCAL LAW,

G.W.R. DIRECTORS' VISIT TO…

IBERGIUS STEPNIAK.I

SOUTH WALES COAL CONTRACTS.

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FACTS AND FANCIES.I I FAOTS…

I LONDON MUSIC HAILS. I

IHUSBAND POISONED ATI HUDDEaSFIELD.

MOVEMENTS OF LOCAL VESSELS…

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The Bullion Robbery. I

PLOT FOR A NOVELIST.-I

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PLOT FOR A NOVELIST. I Strange Story of a Marriage. I In the Divorce Division on Friday, Klla Louise I Clarke, otherwise Stier, prayed for a declaration of'nullit.yof marriage with Wm. Douglas Somerset, Stier. Mr Deane, for the petitioner, stated that in 1889, when she was seventeen, her mother drove her in a hansom cab to St. Mary Abbot's Church, Kensington, where, without having been previously engaged, and thinking it was ouly a betrothal, she in a dazed condition was married to respondent, who left the same day for Natal. In 1894 petitioner married a Mr Eord, but since then Stier had written claiming her as his wife, so that she was advised to take these proceedings. petitioner, in examination, said she threw the ring away directly she got outside St. Mary's Church. She had not seen Stier since. She never told anybody what took place because her mother, who was now dead, instructed her not to do so. The father of the petitioner said he knew nothing of the marriage at the time. His daughter bad no money, but it was probably thought she had expectations. The fBrther bearing of the case was adjourned.

FATAL CARRIAGE ACCIDENT. I…

ITRAMCAR COLLISION ATI SWANSEA,

ISERIOUS CHARGE OF THEFT 1…

ITHE TINPLATE TRADE.I

I MARQUIS OF WATERFORD'SI…

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II HE CLERGY -AND THE BISHOP…

I CARDIFF EXHIBITION.I

DISASTERS AT SfcA. I

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Welsh Gossip.I