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LONDON LETTER. Specially Wired. By Our Gallery Correspondent.

LONDON LETTER. Specially Wired. By Our Gallery Correspondent.

LONDON, Friday Night. If reports received this evening be true, matters are moving apace in the South-East of Europe. Prince Alexander, at the head of the Bulgarian army, has, it is reported, already left Philippopolis, and is marching towards Adrianople. From Belgrade it is ann
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The Dispute with King Theebaw. A "FREE HAND" GIVEN TO LORD DUFFERIN. Re-Call by France of its " Restless " Consul.

The Dispute with King Theebaw. A "FREE HAND" GIVEN TO LORD DUFFERIN. Re-Call by France of its " Restless " Consul.

The Daily Telegraph gives prominence to the following :—We understand that her Majesty's Government—in view of the unjust and offensive action taken towards us by the Burmese authorities, and the consequent application made to Calcutta by the British Chi o.t_ Commissioner for su
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PLOUGHING MATCH NEAR PETERSTONE.

PLOUGHING MATCH NEAR PETERSTONE.

The fourth annual Cross Vane (Llantrissant) ploughing match took place on Gwernygae Farm, Peterstone-super-Ely, Friday. The weather was fine, and a large number assembled to witness the contests. There were 20 competitors in four classes, viz., champion, local, senior, and junio
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The State of Trade.

The State of Trade.

NEWPORT TRADE REPORT. [SPECIAL REPORT FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.' NEWPORT, Thursday Night —There has been a considerable falling off in the export of coal to foreign ports, and if a revival does not take place within the next fortnight the present month is likely to show even a
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MONEY MARKET. Latest Prices To-day.

MONEY MARKET. Latest Prices To-day.

LONDON, 1.30 p.m. Money is very little wanted. Short loans are still quoted at per cent., and discount rates remain at 3 for best bills. ,The Stock Markets are geneially firm, but business is extremely quiet. Consols are quoted a shade weaker, at 69i for money and the account; N
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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LARCENIES AT CARDIFF.

LARCENIES AT CARDIFF.

At the Cardiff police-court to-day—before Mr R. 0. Jones and Alderman Cory—James Ryan, a young man 18 years of age, was charged with stealing a quantity of envelopes, a shoe brush, and other articles from No. 21, the Rink Buildings, the property of John Comley, on the 16th insta
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ABERGAVENNY COUNTY COURT

ABERGAVENNY COUNTY COURT

FRlDAY.—(Before His Honour Judge OwEN.) A STARR-BOWICETT TRANSACTION. ALEXANDER WALLACE V. ISAAC DUCK.—This was a claim for £l7. Plaintiff drew an appropriation of £3OO in the Starr-Bowkett Building Society, and, not being in immediate want of the money, he agreed to sell his ap
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
England and King Theebaw. NE INDIAN GOVERNMENT'S ULTIMATUM.

England and King Theebaw. NE INDIAN GOVERNMENT'S ULTIMATUM.

L - day's Tinsessays:—"The Indian Government uae formulated the ultimatum which is to be sent t : O k ing Theebaw, and we are able this morning to "tlounce its terms. It demands, in the first Place, the reception, with all honour, of the Z L II° °Y referred to in the letter of A
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
QUEEN BESS

QUEEN BESS

Stiff's Starch is Sold in 51b Packets and llb Fancy Boxes, and may be obtained of any Grocer. Druggist, or Oilman; or of the INlannfacturers, STIFF ec, Co., REDCLIFF-ST., lilusToL ESTABLISHED 1818
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GRAND BANQU yTHE MAYOR OF SWANSEA.

GRAND BANQU yTHE MAYOR OF SWANSEA.

GRAND BANQU MAYOR OF SWANSEA. The Mayor of Swansea, Mr W. Williams, OS Friday night signalised his retirement from by reviving the ancient hospitable cu,tom of entertaining to dinner the members of the council and his fellow-townsmen. The banquet was , served in the Prince of Wal
17 October 1885 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales