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Hovel OF COMMONS, FRIDAY.

Hovel OF COMMONS, FRIDAY.

On Friday night the House of Commons was treated to an unusually animated debater, and to a succesion of scenes which culminated in the suspension of Mr. Labouchere. There was a full house at question time, mod Members of note being in their places. Mr. Labouchere had given noti
March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
130091 C or LOOM -MONDAY.

130091 C or LOOM -MONDAY.

Lard Salisbury returned to his place in she House of Peers. and, as had been anticipated, took the opportunity of making a statement regar.iing the interview he had with Sir Dighton Probyn. The noble marquis wai very warmly cheered both on entering the House and on rising to add
March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
FATHER.

FATHER.

At the Thames Police-court, London, nn fitterday, Henry Garrod, aged 67, a commercial traveller residing at Poplar, was lirou;lit up charged with felobioudy slaying his daughter Daisy, :wed seven year', by cuttin4 her throat with a razor. A policecoast :0)1e named Kviins deposed
March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
COMPLETE FURNISHINCI

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March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CYCLONE IN THE CHINA SEAS.

CYCLONE IN THE CHINA SEAS.

2,000 FLSHKRIIEN DROWNED. Advice. received at Queenstown this week from Yokohama, dated JAIL 30, contain details of a fearful cyclone which swept along the Japanese coast from the 24th to the 26th of January, causing the loss of 900 fishing vw.ruls a. d the drowning of upwards o
March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
SOME REMARKABLE FACTO.

SOME REMARKABLE FACTO.

Commenting upon of the curious circumstances connected with the disaster the Timm says : The Quetta was built in water-tight comportments, and with nix bulkheads. The purpose of this construction Is to give security against the extreme mischief that would otherwise come from a c
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March 7, 1890 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales