Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

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PENILLION.

----WIT AND HUMOUR.

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! PURGATORY.

THE CASE OF "PROTECTION."

THE FARMERS' EXODUS TO AMERICA.

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THE PRESIDENCY OF AMERICA.…

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BREAKING A PINT AGAINST A…

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THE SALVATION ARMY.

PENTYRCH & MELINGRIFFITH WORKS,

STEEL RAILS VERSUS IRON.

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Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

THE Queen has ordered the money belonging to tho Mansion House Zulu War Fund, the Isandula the Mansion House Zulu War Fund, the Isandula and Rorke's Drift Fund, and the Zulu War Fund, to be handed over to the Commissioners of the Patriotic Fund, who will administer and distribute the same. SHOCKING DEATH IN THE RHYMNEY WORKS.— About one o'clock on Friday a sad accident oc- curred in the Bute Puddling Forge of the Rhym- ney Works to a puddler, residing at 3, Thomas Street, Pontlottyn. Deceased was wheeling a truck, such as is used in ironworks, and on it was a mass of heated iron, which he was about to place in his furnace. It is supposed the poor man's foot slipped, and, falling on his back, the iron fell off the carriage on to his breast, killing him almost instantaneously. The mass of iron was about l cwt. 2 SEKIOTJS BOILER EOPLOSION.-A boiler accident by which two men lost their lives occurred in the Railway Works, at Crewe, on Tuesday evening. An elderly man named Alexander Beck, and a young man named Riley, were engaged in the millwrights' shop testing an engine-boiler, when it exploded, and blew the men about thirty yards, tearing their limbs off, and causing instantaneous death. Fortunately no other workmen were very near at the time, although one or two were suffici- ently close to receive slight injuries. The explo- sion occurring near the centre of the town shook every part of it. THE Halifax magistrates have given an import- ant decision affecting the liability of married women when employed as factory operatives to their em- ployers. A woman whose husband had deserted her was sued by a firm of spinners for 20s damage sustained by them in consequence of her having left her work for six days without having given due notice. She pleaded that she was compelled to remain at home to nurse her child; and the magistrate, holding the opinion that the husband should have been made a party to the action, dis- missed the case. The husband, however, is in America, and notice of appeal was given.

RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY.

ROYALTY INCOGNITO.

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THE DISCREET BOASTER.

ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG MAN,…

CHANGE IN THE LAW OF BILLS…

j NEW VOLUNTEER REGULATIONS.I…

SALT MINING IN CHESHIRE.

TRAMPS.

GRAIN CROPS IN AMERICA.

THE NEW CHIEF JUSTICE OF GIBRALTAR.

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ITHE MARQUIS OF HARTINGTON…

CLOSE OF THE SIX DAYS' BICYCLE…

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