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Liberal Federation. '1,.,.

AN OLD MAN'S GARDEN.

^RDIFF PARKS COMMITTEE.

Turkish Drama in Paris. .

Talk, Talk, Talk. .

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Talk, Talk, Talk. SCENES IN AMERICAN SENATE. Washington, Saturday. — Extraordinary scenes are being witnessed in the Senate in connection with the determined efforts of the anti-administrative party to prevent the pas- sage this session of the Emergency Currency Bill. Senator La Follette, of Wisconsin, act- ing at the instance, it is declared, of Mr W. J. Bryan, the Democratic candidate for the Presidency, has taken the lead in the so-called filibustering tactics. The Senator commenced speaking against the Bill at noon yesterday, and at three o'clock this morning he was still talking. He announced that he was quite pre- pared to go on talking for six weeks, whereupon Senator Aldrich, who is in charge of the Cur- rency Bill, retorted, you can talk for a year, but it is necessary to pass this bill, and it shall be passed. Vice-President Fairbanks, chairman of the Senate, with a view to hampering the tactics of the filibusters, several times applied the famous closure rules, ending in the calling of the rolls, which were first made use of by Speaker Reed in the Lower House some years ago. The passing of the Currency Bill has now become a question of physical endurance, and is>looJted upon as a mere test of the respective staying powers of the friends and opponents of the measure.—Central News. Washington, Saturday Evening.—Senator La Follette concluded his speech obstructing progress with, the Currency < Bili at 7 o'clock this morning. He had been speaking for 18V Ijours, which is a record length of time for a continuous effort on the floor of the benate. Senator Stone, of Missoari, followed, and con- tinued to filibuster, reading, at length from articles in an almost inaudible voice.-Reuter. Attack Fails. The attack failed owing to the fact that Mr Gore, who is blind, relinquished the floor under the misapprehension that Mr Stone was present. Mr Aldent, the Republican leader, taking advantage of the situation, called for a vote on the Bill, which was passed by 43 votes to 22. When the closing scene came the three Senators had held the floor unasssisted for nearly 30 hours. Mr La Folletee spoke con- tinuously for almost 19 hours. The Session has been. one of the mostprod-igal in the, history of the United States, the total appropriations passed amounting to 1,008,804,894 dollars.

I"SOCIAL SNOBBERY" DENIED.

MAGISTRATES DISAGREE.

CARDIFF CHILD'S FALL

SON SHOT BY FATHER. '

FOWL STEALING AT PETERSTONE.

Disasters in the Fog. .

ANTI-MOTOR 'BUS RIOT.

COLUERS TO PAY DAMAGES.

' FIREDTT SON-IN-LAW.

,OLYMPIC GAMES.

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LIVED WITH MUSI0 HALL ARTISTE.

HAD BEEN LIVING-AT BLAINA.

Suffragette Tactics. ..

BOTH TO BLAME.

BOY'S PLUCKY DIVE.

GRAIN "CORNER" ENDED.

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Cardiff City Council. I .

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Pembroke Dockyard. .

LYTHAM FESTIVAL

POLICE COURT MISSIONED

eOT IN AT SKY-LIGHT.

HEAD NEARLY CUT OFF.

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Sir S. T. Evans Honoured .

SMALL HOLDINGS IN GLAMORGAN.

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