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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.…

-._--THE INDIAN PLAGUE.i

I Licensing Laws.

--ITeisceira Will Case, I…

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CREDITORS' MEETINGS AT NEWPORT.

THE HAMBUHQ STRIKE,

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THE HAMBUHQ STRIKE, SERIOUS RIOTING. I Two Killed Nineteen Wounded. I HAMBURG, Tuesday.—Fierce and sanguinary encounters, resulting unfortunately in loss of life, occurred here to-night between the police, who had been greatly strengthened, and crowds of embittered workmen, the scene of the disorders being the harbour and the neighbouring streets of Santa Paula, Wilhelmsburg, and Altona. Revolvers and sabres were freely used. and some desperate street fighting took place, in which tho workmen), being the worse armed, were completely overpowered. The charges of the police cleared the streets, but it was at the cost of two killed and 19 persons badly wounded. Five of the latter were police officers. Ninety. one arrests were made. To-night all the patrols have been doubled. Three hundred and twenty free labourers have left the city.- ce-ztrat News. HAMBURG, Tuesday.—The Employers' Federa- ion passed a resolution to-day declaring the strike had for that body been a question of strength, and not a question of wigrs or condition of labour. Ib was not true that the Federation bad been ad. verse from treating with the men, and in principle id had nothing against official Boards of Conciliation in the different .depart- ments of work. The Federation would consider it a duty to make an exhaustive examination of the conditions of labour and to remedy as far as possible any grievances that might be found. Finally, the resolution declared, the employers were as ready after the conclusion of the strike as they had been before it began to take part in the inquiry by the Senate into the labour conditions in the docks!. -Bettler.

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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.

Ij Niger Expedition. i ^

-I CHESS. ! I

--ALLEGED HORBE DEALING FRAUDAl…

-.-SHEBEENING AT CARDIFF.

,HUNTING ACCIDENT.

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-[ The New Truck Act. I l

TO-DAY'S FOOTBALL I

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.…