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GREA r WESTERN ENGINE-I DRIVER…

THE CURIOUS CASE AT PONTYPftlDD.

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.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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ITHE AFFRAY ON PEMBREY MOUNTAIN.

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FACTS AND FANCIES.!

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[Rhodesian Rising.

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I8PAIN'8 COLONIAL WARS.

THE FATALITY AT HAVERFOROWEST.

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A Music Hall on Fire.

I ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS

FAILURE OF GRAIN CROPS IN…

I GREAT FIRE AT TANGIERS,

IALLEGED ROBBERY AT SWANSEA.

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I ALLEGED ROBBERY AT SWANSEA. At Swansea Police Court on Wednesday a collier, named William Henry Davies, and a tin- worker, named Thomas Walters, of Kingsbridge, near Gowerton, were oharged with robbing with violence an old man, named Arthur Hauton. It waa alleged that Hanton, who bad taken a few glasses of beer, was walking near King--bridge ou Saturday night when two men, whom he could not identify, robbed him of his watch. A witness, named Eruest Huxbable, said Davies struck Hauton, and two other men, whom he could not identify, set on him.—The case was dismissed because the evidence was insufficient.

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