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I,GALE'S ATTEMPTED FEAT. S

I,GALE'S ATTEMPTED FEAT. S

I ,GALE'S ATTEMPTED FEAT. I COLLAPSE OF THE PEDESTRIAN. On Tuesday morning, 4h. 57m. 56sec., Gale, having completed 2,230 miles 3 laps, was taken so ill that the two night judges, Messrs. Griffiths and Richardson, considered it advisable to stop him, and send for medical advice.
01 January 1881 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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01 January 1881 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Foreign News.

Foreign News.

THE EASTERN CRISIS. I The Porte and Prussia. I FBKCTER'S TELEGRAM.] CON STAN TINOPLIC, Saturday,—In reply to a request lor explanations regarding the agreement between Turkey and Bulgaria on the Roumelian question, the Porte has informed the Russian Government that the arrangeme
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DYNAMITE PLOT IN SPAIN.

DYNAMITE PLOT IN SPAIN.

[KEUTER'S TELKGRAM.L I MADRID, Sunday.—Some persons were arrested here to-day for having dynamite cartridges in their possession. They are suspected of complicity in a plot to blow up several bridges in Spain, notably the bridge ot Vieh, in Catalonia. The police have also found
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Another Esparto Grass Fire at Cardiff.

Another Esparto Grass Fire at Cardiff.

DAMAGES 18,000. By a striking coincidence, about the same hour in the day, and on the same day in the week as the outbreak which consumed the minor portion of a large storage of esparto grass on the East Moors at Cardiff, on the 6th iust., a second con- flagration, on Saturday,
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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RUNNING DOWN A MEMBER t* PARLIAMENT.

RUNNING DOWN A MEMBER t* PARLIAMENT.

At the City of Londou police oourt on Satur- day, Stepheu Best, carm^u, was summoned betore Sir W iiliain M'Artiiur for driving his horae and oart to the common danger of the passengers injjQueen Victoria street.—Mr Dixon-Hartland, who appeared to be very lame, deposed th..t at
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
cMBEZZLEMENT AT NEWPORT. I

cMBEZZLEMENT AT NEWPORT. I

Johu Randall, journeyman baker, was charged at Newport county police-court on Saturday- before Dr Woollettand Mr E. Lewis (magistrates) —with embezzling B3 Os lid, the moneys of Stanley Baker, carrying on business as baker at Maindee. The accused was in prosecutor's em- ploy fro
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ST. DAVID'S DAY AT LAMPETER i

ST. DAVID'S DAY AT LAMPETER i

ST. DAVID'S DAY AT LAMPETER St. David's Da; will be celebrated at Lampeter on Tuesday, March 2nd. After the usual service, degrees and licenses will be conferred upon tho successful candidates in the last December ex- animation. The celebration will, on thisoccasioii, be confined
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
p A SHIP BURNT AT SEA. 5*

p A SHIP BURNT AT SEA. 5*

The steamer Caledonia, of Glasgow, owned by Messrs Macbeth and Grey, of that place, was burnt at sea on Saturday afternoon, about 60 miles south-west of the start. She was laden with paraffin from Batoum for Dunkirque, but by some means her cargo caught are and destroyed her. Th
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
I ATHLETIC NOTES. I

I ATHLETIC NOTES. I

] By an Old Stager. I The visit of the Dewsbury team is now a thing of the past, and I don't propose to refer to it at any length. I witnessed both their matches at Newport and Cardiff, and find myself more than ever confirmed in an opinion which I have for a long time entertain
15 February 1886 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales