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GREA r WESTERN ENGINE-I DRIVER…

THE CURIOUS CASE AT PONTYPftlDD.

THE SHAH AND HIS PREDECESSOIVS…

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I - Men of the Day.

IBOXING.

.South Wales Coal Trade.I

| THE EBBW VALE STRIKE,

SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT NEWPORT.

I MOVEMENTS OF LOCAL VESSELS

I *AFFAIRS IN CRETE.

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I AFFAIRS IN CRETE. I The Duke of Westminster has received a reparb j from Mt I i. Bickford Smith, agent of the Cretan I Distress Fund, stating that he has inquired into the condition of the inhabitants of the island. He estimates that the number of the destitute is j 55,000, which is being gradually increased by the ¡ return of the emigrants from Greece, uumbering 15,000, but not all destitute. To meet the* distress the Sultan has sent three sums of P,1,04 nearly all of which has been given to Moslems. The Greek Government has behaved inostgenorouily during the tryiug times of the past eight months, and Greeks in England, bave sent out about £ 1)450, which is almost exhstlbted. There ate no persons in the island to "whom appeal can be made tor help, and, as far as the agent can form an opinion, L20,000 will be necessary to alleviate distress.

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I ALEXANDRA (NEWPORT) DOOKS…

r YANKEE YARNS.

IAN EMPIRE ROMANCE.I

PAST EVENTS IN OUR ISLAND…

ITHE AFFRAY ON PEMBREY MOUNTAIN.

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FACTS AND FANCIES.!

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[Rhodesian Rising.

EXASPERATING EXPERIENCES IN…

I8PAIN'8 COLONIAL WARS.

THE FATALITY AT HAVERFOROWEST.

I S THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT…

A Music Hall on Fire.

I ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS

FAILURE OF GRAIN CROPS IN…

I GREAT FIRE AT TANGIERS,

IALLEGED ROBBERY AT SWANSEA.

I THE EXPLOSION ON H.M.S.…

IELECTRIC EXPERIMENTS ON J…

! CYCLING,

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rHere and There.

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