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A NEWPORT MARINE STORE DEALER'S…

--_._-THE ALPS AND THEIR VICTIMS.

REPOR-RED DEBPAICH OF TUUKI8H…

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Talk on 'Change.

ITELEGRAPH CLERKS.

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- IsuNDAY STEAMERS.I

! MR (IEOFIGE IDIXON, M.P.…

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I The North Pole.

Bisley Meeting,

-SMOKE F-RQM THE MUMBLES ENGINES.

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I RHYMNEY RAILWAY.

I. Deal Carriers' ...Strike."

DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN CARDIFFIAN.

I Gatwick Summer Meeting.…

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THE MARCH OF THE 24th.

FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT MALPAS.

AfiiiEXATION OF HAWAII. j

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SOUTH OF IRELAND ANDSOUTM…

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ROYAL VISIT TO GLASGOW.

I CALLED BACK AT NEWPORT.

I ENGINEERBY LOOK-OUT.

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I ENGINEERBY LOOK-OUT. At the headquarters of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers a Central News reporter was informed on Thursday evening that there bad been practically no change in the situation since the issue of the society's last manifesto on Monday. One or two small firms not belonging to the Federation had conceded the demands of the man. It is reported that some of the Clyde firms will yield after the holidays there. LEEDS EMPLOYERS STILL FIRM. At Leeds there have been no further accessions to the ranks of the strikers, nor have any of the masters exhibited the least signs of breaking away from the Federation. The masters' officials are engaged in collecting statistics as to the number of men out, and as the returns are prepared they are being sent on to the bead- quarters at Glasgow. The Federation, It is rumoured, are proposing another manifesto in reply to that issued by the men. The strike pay is to be given to non-Unionists, commencing on Saturday next. A correspondenbwrites "The engineers are at present commanding the atbention of Devonport, as on Monday morning early all preparations •were made to ruu bhe important trials of H.M.S. Arrogant, whose engines were built by Messrs Earl and Company, of Hull. Mr Jenkin Jones, of Cardiff, the district delegate, beiug aware of the company at Hull having locked out all the gngineer, appeared at the last moment and in- structed the men not to proceed to sea to make the trial. A conference of the representatives of the firm and the men ensued, but the men remained firm to their orders. It is believed that efforts were made to induce the Government to supply men, but this attempt was unsuccessful as the huge ship has been taken back to its original berth, which indicates that the trials have been indefinitely postponed. With the view of preventing any of our Government service engineers running these trials the engineers will wait on the Admiralty. This prompb and deoisive step has caused the company great inconvenience and annoyance, but those who sought the quarrel musb not complain. Before the beginning of next week there will be an increase in tbo dimensions of the dispute at Devonport, and probably next week it will extend to South Wales." -————- lit

I WESTON HORSE SHOW.

I ALLEGED WORD-PUZZLE PRAUDS.

-zri i TO-DAY'S MONEY.

I TO DAY'S MARKETS.

| TO-DAY'S CRICKET,

Alarming Accident at Merthyr,

I CARDIFF NEW TOWN HALL. I

DAMAGES FOR A FAULTY , BICYCLE.

LAWN TENNIS,

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A LONDON MYSTERY.

I Gossip and Incidents.I

rNewton Meeting.I

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I Newmarkat Trainine. Netès.I

I Official Scratching.I

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