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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

RECOGNITION OF BRAVERY AT SEA.—An in- teresting ceremony took place at the Town-hall on Saturday morning, namely the presentation of medals by the Mayor, on behalf of the Board of Trade, to Captain Thomas Henry Willis, of the s.s. Edgeworth, and Charles James, an able seaman on
July 29, 1881 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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TREDEGAR. FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN EVANS. — The mortal remuos of the abo\e lamented deceased were con- signed to the grave in the family vault at Bedwellty, on Monday, in the presence of a very large gathering of relatives and friends. The mournful cortrige left the Red Lion Inu, of w
July 29, 1881 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THE COBDEN CLUB.'",

THE COBDEN CLUB.'",

THE COBDEN CLUB. The annual meeting of the Cobden Club was held in London, on July 22nd. The Chairman, Mr. I otter, M.P., in the opening proceedings, said if the battle of free trade had to be fought over again the club were perfectly well prepared for struggle. He did not take a
July 29, 1881 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
APPALLING RAVAGES OF THE YELLOW FEVER IN AMERICA. FEVER IN AMERICA.

APPALLING RAVAGES OF THE YELLOW FEVER IN AMERICA. FEVER IN AMERICA.

NEW OAREAXS, Sept. 2.—Yellow fever is now ex- tending between Memphis and Louisville. The deaths at New Orleans yesterday were 8s. The distress of tlie poorer population is increasing. At Memphis yesterday there were 81 deaths, and at Yicksburg '27'- The physicians who recently
September 6, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
--THE UJimnurttt|3|ii'c ifledk

--THE UJimnurttt|3|ii'c ifledk

THE UJimnurttt|3|ii'c ifledk NEWPORT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1878 CONSERVATIVE & LIBERAL ORGANIZATION. ARE they the same ? Is it true that Lord BEACONSFIELD has set his seal to the caucus system which hails from Birmingham, and owes its introduction among free and indepen- dent Eng
September 6, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
. ASSASSINATION 1'\ BOSNIA OF AN EX-ITALIAN CONSUL.,

. ASSASSINATION 1'\ BOSNIA OF AN EX-ITALIAN CONSUL.,

ASSASSINATION 1'\ BOSNIA OF AN EX-ITALIAN CONSUL. RO:,IE, Aug. 31.—The following particulars have been received by the Italian Government respect ng the recent assassination by the Bosian insurgents of Chevalier Perrod. for- merly Italian Consul at Serajevo. The Chevalier left fo
September 6, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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SNAKE CHARMING.—The susceptibility of reptiles to the charms of music was strikingly illustrated at Bortha in Cardiganshire, on Saturday. A gentleman found & large brown snake in the parish cliurco, aud it evaded canture by taking refuge in a hole. All ordinary eHom to dislodge t
September 6, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT BILL.

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT BILL.

On Tuesday, a meeting of representatives ol Boards of Guardians in the Western Poor Law Conference District, was held in Manchester, under the presidency of Mr. Bleckley, principally to consider the County Government Bill now before Parliament. After a long discussion, the confe
March 1, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
TWO OFFICERS OF A CUNARD STEAMERi WASHED OVERBOARD.

TWO OFFICERS OF A CUNARD STEAMERi WASHED OVERBOARD.

TWO OFFICERS OF A CUNARD STEAMER WASHED OVERBOARD. During the last outward passage of the Cunard steamer China, the first and second officers, Edwin Balsen and Owen Harris, were washed overboard. It appears from American papers received that during the last live days of the passa
March 1, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
-------------.-.--MR. GLADSTONE ON THE "PATHS OF HONOUR AND OF SHAME."

-------------.-.--MR. GLADSTONE ON THE "PATHS OF HONOUR AND OF SHAME."

MR. GLADSTONE ON THE "PATHS OF HONOUR AND OF SHAME." Mr. Gladstone contributes an article to the March number of the Nineteenth Century, entitled The Paths of Honour and of Shame." He says: It may be assumed that in a long and intricate navigation we have now passed many of the p
March 1, 1878 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales