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-_. A YOUNG IRISHMAN'S ESCAPADE.

I BRISTOL MANUFACTURER COMMITTED.

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A Cilfynydd Collier's Strange…

-'-Terrible Disaster in ICornwall.

-LLANDAFF CLUb.

ALLEGED BLACKMAILING.:

IGOLF ACCIDENT. I

The Bridgend Poaching] ffi…

-jTHE CABINET. !

I TO-DAYS MONEY.

I TO.DAY'S MARKETS.

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I Nottingham February Meeting.…

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I Today's Starting Prices.…

I Landon Bettjn- I

Newmarket Training Notes.…

IHunting Appointments.I

-_--ALLEGED UNLAWFUL SHOOTINt

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CRETE.

,NHO SHALL BE MASTERP

CAST UP BY THE SEA NEAR NEWPORT.…

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I Licensing Laws.

--ITeisceira Will Case, I…

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CREDITORS' MEETINGS AT NEWPORT.

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CREDITORS' MEETINGS AT NEWPORT. The first meeting of creditors to the cst.V.c: Herbert Handy, formerly managing director to Herbert Handy, LimiLed, furniture manufacturers and house furnishers, of Newport was held this morning at the offices of the Official Receiver, Newport. There were 32 unsecured creditors for £ 554 2i 9J, and other creditors, secured or partly secured, which raised the gross liabilities to 21,3112133. The assets consisted of 10 shares in a local company, on which 22 10* had been paid. The debtor had been in business for 20 years in 1891 the company was formed, which took over the business he had previously conducted. The deficiency account showed Bills accepted for the company, B256 7 5d due to bankers (who held £ 2.500 worth of shares in the company estimated to be of 110 value), £220; due to the company, £25 15a 8d due to creditors for household expenses, £51198 8d. No resolutions were adoptod at the meeting, and the Official Receiver remains trustee. The statutory meeting of creditors to the estate of Alfred Crocker, corn merchant, 9t, Commercial- road, and also of Pontymister, was likewise held to-day at the offices of the Official Receiver, Newport. The liabilities were £429178 5d. aud the assets L17 16s; deficiency, L412 la 5d. The act of bankruptcy was that the debtor failed to comply with the requirements of a bankruptcy notice served upon him on the 11th November last. Debtor had also traded as corn dealer at Pontypridd for three months in the spring of last year, but closed the stores because they did not pay, and now attri- buted his failure to the losses on the Pontypridd business and generally to bad trade. No resolu- tions were adopted, and the Official Receiver remains the trustee.

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-IA CHILD MOTHER AT NEWPORT.

-I Permitting Drunkenness,…

-A NEWPORT WOMAN'S LAPSE

?HOP-DOOR TEMPTATIONS AT BARRYI

SCENE AT NEWPORT POLICE COURT.

-.._-PAST EVENTS IN OUR ISLAND…

I CARDIFF. I

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Explosives in Mines. -.-.

ODDFELLOWS IN COURT,

-A TRICKY GAME AT MORRISTON

! KILLED ON THE RAILWAY, I

IDEAN FOREST MYSTERY SOLVED…

LORD PENfiHYN AND HIS MEN

I SHIPPING CASUALTY.

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-.-SHEBEENING AT CARDIFF.

,HUNTING ACCIDENT.

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I Manchester February Meeting.I

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I SPORTING ITEMS. I

v Glamorganshire Assizes

Family Notices

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I Nottingham February Meeting.…