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FOUND DROWNED AT CARDIFF.…

MODEL SCHOOL GIftL,

ANOTHER MADAGASCAR EXPEDITION.

ABERDEEN -DISASTER. I

IMICHAEL IN AMERICA, I

MAYORESS OF COW BRIDGE.

|CATTLE MAIMING.

--.-IN THE ARMS OF A POLICEMAN.

"WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT…

CARDIFF CORPORATION.

HOUSEBREAKING AT NEWPORT.

I DEATH OF AN EX-INSPECTOR,

ICARDIFF A CITY.

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The Czar's Visit. I

[ SECONDARY EDUCATION.

! PHEASANT SHOOTING,

[SPECIAL TELEGRAM.]

tBUSINESS DUNE TO-DAY. j

ITO-DAY'S MARKETS.

IConstantinople. I

IA CARDIFF MAN IN TROUBLE.…

I PENARTII REGISTRATION COURT.…

I THE TINPLATE TRADE. I

--Newmarket First Octeber…

Official Scratching.

Newmarket Training Notes,

Another Archer in the Pigskin.

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I SPORTING ITEMS. I-

IIslington Tragedy,§

ICARDIFF JEWISH I NSIITU I…

IKILLED AT 92.

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I CARDIFF WATER SUPPLY,

IA SHOCK.

ICARGO OF LEPERS.

f The Storm in America. I

BOMBARDMENT OF ZANZIBAR.

CUBAN INSURRECTION. i

SEVEN MEN DROWNED.

CARDIFF REVISION COURT.

CARDIFF COUNTY COUNCIL.

MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT CARDIFF.

Mysteries of the Deep. I

OPEN STATION AT NEWPORT.!

ICARDIFF.

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Edinburgh Meeting. I

To-day's Starting Prices.

I Abergavenny Races.

I CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

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I CONGREGATIONAL UNION. I The Leicester Gathering. At Leioester to-day the sittings of the Congre- gational Union were continued, the Rev. J. Morlais Jones presiding. The Rev. Dr. Robert Bruce, of Huddersfield, moved a resolution expressing gratification at the withdrawal of the Education Bill, and earnestly protesting against the State endorsement of Sectarianism by grants to denominational schools, and urging all mem- bers to oppose any attemp to destroy the school board system. The Rev. Alfred Rowland, Lon- don, seconded the resolution, which was carried. The Rev. Dr. GUINNESS ROGERS proposed a refalution expressing sympathy with the perse- cuted Armenians, and affirming that it was the imperative duty of the European Governments to take effective measures for putting an end to this scandal to the Christianity and civilisation of the nineteenth century. Ha said he did not under- stand the Ambassadors of European Powers standing by while this miserable caricature, not of a monarch, but of a man, grinned at them and did bis Devilish work. They must make the Powers of Europe understand they bad to deal with the Christian oonscietios and humanity of England. Mr D. Ford Goddard, M.P., seconded the resolution, and said the only remedy was that the direct rule ot Turkey should for ever cease in Europe, and this must be brought about by a real effective concert of the Powers. The resolution waa carried with much enthusiasm.

I RISING IN MACEDONIA.

I TYNAN'S COMPANION,

IMANCHESTER ENGINEERS.

fFOOTBALL,

SII1 WM. HARCOURT'S VISIT…

ICHARGE AGAINST AN OCTOGENARIAN.

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--Newmarket First Octeber…