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Local Appeal Case. I

TYLORSTOWN DISASTER.!

IA RECENT DISASTER AT SEA,I

[A BARRY SHEBEEN. j

I OFFICERS AT LOGGERHEADS.i

I Cardiff and the Prince.…

IThe Transvaal.

r SALVATION ARMY,

IACCIDENT TO A CYCLIST.I

¡[SPECIAL TELEGRAM.) 1

IBUSINESS DUNE TO-DAY.

I TO-DAY'S MARKETS. i

I ToO-VA V'S. CRICKET.I

is THE QUEEN A CATHOLIC ?…

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French Racing. I

I -SPORTING -ITEMS.I

Baron Hirsch's Will, I

SOUTH WALES SHOOTING I !RANGES.

HIGH CONSTABLE OF MERTHYR.…

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Death of Dr. Salmon. I

SMALLPOX AT GLOUCESTER.

BOARD OF TRADE SURVEYOR-SHIP.

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I Matabele Rising. I

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I Matabele Rising. I I MR CECIL RHODES'S POSITION, I Opinion at Buluwayo. I BTJLOWATO, Sunday, 11.50 a.m.—Enormous j excitement prevails at the reported rer'?gnatton of j Mr Cecil Rhodes. DirecHy reliable information on the subject bad been obtained the chief residents met and drew up & petition to the chairman of the British South j Africa Company strongly deprecating any secession of Mr Rhodes from the board of directors. The petition was then exposed for signatures, and in a very short time nearly every- body in the place had accorded his support to it. The entire community is nonplussed at the action attributed to Mr Rhodes. People even absolutely I refuse to beaeve the report. They consider that at the present moment the resignation would mean death to the country, whose fortunes would for at least five years be hopelessly ruined. Everyone I recognises the momentous importance Attaching to the outcome of this matter,—Central News. Tarring & Feathering a Boer Sympathiser I CAPB TOWN, Saturday, 8.30 p.m.-Sir Hercules I Robinson, the Commissioner, will sail for England in the Tartar on May 20bb. His Excellency will be accompanied by the Imperial Secretary (Captain Dawkins). Sir Graham Bower, who has been appointed Imperial Secretary, is expected to arrive next Wednesday from England. General Goodenough, the com- mander of the Imperial troops in South Africa, who is now at Mafeking, will assume the duties of the governors in the absence of Sir Hercules Robinson. This morning, at Cathcart, a town in the colony, three farmers were fined jB7, or in default a month's imprisonment, for having tarred and feathered a man named Edwards, who was a naturalised subject of the Transvaal, and assisted the Boers in the Jameeon raid, after- wards returning to Cathcart and openly calling the doctor a coward. Great indignation is felt in the colony that the Cape Government assisted in the judicial proceedings, and magnified the prosecution from a mere police offence till it at- tained the proportions of inter-State negotiations, Central News. I

" Jarrahdale Jarrah."I -—-«-—

ICannibalism.I

. IMPROPRIETY. :I

I SIX WEEKS FOR ASSAULT. j

I -I ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

I : Spain and America.

IYOUNG" WOMAN MURDERED.I

ARCHBISHOP IRELAND ON WAR.…

ISentences. I Reformers' Sentences.

I STREET BETTING AT NEWPORT.…

f LOCAL AMUSEMENTS.

I _Newmarket Training Notes.…

Official Scratchings. I

Sporting Prophecies, I

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