Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

17 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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THE VOTE OF CREDIT.

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THE CHARGE OF LIBELLING SIR.…

ST. ASAPH.

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A FRIENDLY "WHISPER."

"MUTE OF MALICE."

ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE.

JILTING A WIDOW.

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION.

COLONIAL MUNIFICENCE.

FIGHT WITH SMUGGLERS.

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Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

The Madagascar Bible Committee, which consists of missionaries of all denominations, have made ap- plication to their friends in this county for a larga consignment of Bibles and Testaments. Early on Wednesday morning the New River Com- pany's water main, in Park-lane, Haverstock Hilli burst, and such an immense volume of water waa poured into the streets that a considerable amount of damage was done. The roadway was torn up for several yards, and the tunnel at Haverstook Hill, on the Midland Railway, was flooded to a depth of four feet. Traffic was for a considerable time suspended. A movement is on foot to establish a Working Men's Home at Dorchester on temperance prin- ciples, as a memorial of the late General Stewart. Mr. Gladstone's speech in asking for the credit of 211,000,000 was telegraphed to Rome in full. A more remarkable proof of the interest attached to it could scarcely have been given, for in that country a foreign telegram of even a couple of hundred worda only is looked upon as one of great length. Fourteen miners arrived at Denaby colliery at a late hour on Tuesday night to take the place of the men on strike. One hundred policemen were present to protect them, but thousands of persons assembled who jeered and groaned at the so-called "bla sheep. There was great excitement during th, night, and on Wednesday the men were induced by the unionists to leave. t

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