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LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

I LATEST INTELLIGENCD . . (REUTZB'S TELEGBAM5),- FRANCE. - PARIS, Jt'NE 22, 3.30 p.m,; The Bourse has been firm. Rentes closed ad .e70f. 32c., or 1c. higher than yesterday. .- af', ITALY. FLORENCE, JuCE' 22. . - The committee of inquiry took the depositions ,, of Major Lobbia yes
June 23, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ARRIVAL IN LONDON OF THE VICEROY OF EGYPT.

ARRIVAL IN LONDON OF THE VICEROY OF EGYPT.

ARRIVAL IN LONDON, OF THE VICEROY: ; OF EGYPT; . : - 0 F. -The-Viceroy of Egypt and suite srrtved at Chag I he stationb at 5 p.m. yesterday, afternoon. There-fas a gard ' of honour of.: dran up on the- estern- platfor, auidan en- escort' of Horse Guards awatedthe Viceroy at the ?
June 23, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARDIFF.

CARDIFF.

e - - L.-- . 1. ASSALT IN TE MAUEIT.-John Thompson, an Irish. e man, whoswas described by the police assworking on the e railway wotiws at Lanishen, was charged at the Cardiff e Pblice-ourt yesterday with having made a violent It '.upn--i - Dennett. The complainant is t a the oc
June 8, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLANDAFF.

LLANDAFF.

LLANDAFP. AAi i WOXAN.- At the, Llandaff Petty Sesins esterday, before E W- I David aid P. C. v~a i'l'sr. aeRoycroft, a respecti: able-looking young wmn'ashrgd with an assault onXP.S. Vanstouie. ?? ~t the serg'ant,wh tappeared in court'wit hsaecord wit.L scrtc~hes, went to the ho
June 8, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. DILLWYN AND THE SOUTH WALES PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY.

MR. DILLWYN AND THE SOUTH WALES PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY.

MR. DILLWYN AND THE SOUTH WALES PBR. MA:NENT BUILDING SOOIETY* - I .I - - 'Is La Ilij 10 le 6i1 '01 Ic, ci, 1e *01 11' ole raI I tE 15 as an. B '01 -TOTE EDITRo OF THiE "WS ANMI." S1R,-AJlow me through the medi ou'alal .;journal to offer a few remarks oil thelteo in the.0cambria
June 15, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. '9 BIRTHS. On thle 30th May, at IDevon-place, Newport, the wife of Mr. H. G., Reoynolds, of the Ile Workc School, of, ti son., ThE Cu'the 18th MaaXotsol orfolk,~ the wifeoqf Hughi endin Taylor, REq., of a 6011. Onl the 22nd May, ait 83,: Avelnue Jos
June 1, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BATH.

BATH.

TPeAND PUBmr ROOM HOTEL COM3PAN.Y-The general annual meeting of the shareholders of the above company was held in the Board Room of the Hotel on Monday aftor- noon; Mr. Jerom Murche, the chairman, presiding. The secretary read the annual report, which was as follows:- The direct
June 1, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CHARGE OF POISONING A HUSBAND IN THE BLACK COUNTRY.

CHARGE OF POISONING A HUSBAND IN THE BLACK COUNTRY.

CHARGE OF POISONING A HUSBAND IN THE BLACK COUNTRY, A woman named Fanny Frances Oliver, aged 28 years, is now in custody at Dudley on a clarge of mu'dering her gen husband Thomas Oliver by administering arsenic, and the was case has assumed a most serious aspect. The deceased was
June 1, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARDIFF.

CARDIFF.

3TZCBBERY OF WEARING APrARrEM-A&t the Poicee*tat yesterday morning, before Messrs. R-. . James and Alex. ander Bassett, James Callaghas, described as a labonrer, was charged with stealing a coat and slop, the property of John1 Connell. The prosecutor lodged at the house No. 8 Ch
June 24, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE.

JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE.

J-USTIFIABLE HQMICIDE. The fatel riot atr Mold and thea grotesque proceedings of the coroner, who, by the way, appears 'to be intended to ~ shlow that when Justice Shallow is elected by the freeholders lio is quite ats much Justice Shallow as when ho is alppointed by the Crown, h
June 12, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales