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The Man About Town.

i rrO-DA Y'S WEATHEU. 4.30…

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I THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER.…

--.-Sharkey's Fight.I

A BABY BUDDHIST. I

NEW RAILWAY.

SOUIH WALES TIDE TABLE. I

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rRailway -Accidents. i

CARDIFF RATES.

WOMAN'S lIMI rATiONS. I

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WOMAN'S lIMI rATiONS. I In the October number of the Englishman, a I well-informed writer examines the secondary sex characteristics" of woman, with the object of arguing againsb the soundness of Woman's Suffrage. A woman," we are told," ctia carry a baby longer than a man and feel the burden less hub she can seldom hit a uail on the head without hitting her fingers. She excels in endurance of moderate exertion, longcontinued, as man dous in violent, intensive action, a difference having an important bearing on the problem of occupation. Emotionally the differences are more marked. As regards intellectual capacity, women learn more easily, are more nim ble and versatile, remember better, study better, take things more seriously." But, proceeds the writer, woman oannob crette. Women musicians and lovers of music, their nams is legion, but there is no oomposer. In painting her achievements usually end with the mastery of technique. A teacher knows how spontaneously a woman gravitates towards poetry aud lives in its atmosphere, but she writes 110 poetry that endure'! Look where you will. the same is true. The new thoughts, the daring combinations, the mighty undertakings that have joined sundered countries, and put asunder lands that God had joined, theso I have been man's contributions to progress." The radical woman movement is defined by the writer Ins nothing more or less than an effort to go beyond her natural vocations. It is observed Woman would gain infinitely morB to be eman- cipated from the barbarism of modern housework than by any change in her political status she is far more tyrannised over by her skirts than by her husband she is more in need of pookets than of political rights." C-o-

A Cardiff Mystery. I

FROM TONYPANDY.

THE PRINCE OF DARKNES&

NEWPORT POOR LAW UNION. j

CARDIFF STABBING CASE,

IBOOTS FOR PAUPERS.

I ROBBERY -IN A TRAMCAR,