[No title]|1878-01-05|The Cardigan Observer and General Advertiser for the Counties of Cardigan Carmarthen and Pembroke - Welsh Newspapers Online
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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.1

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THE SIOUXmDIANS. !

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A CHRISTMAS AND NEW "FEAR…

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SUQzss CAUSES ImiTATioN. When purchasing ask Painly for and see that every cake is stamped Spot's Patent," or a spurious and highly dangerous lmitaion, same size and shape, may be served to you. ATTEMPTED ESCAPE.âAn attempt to esoape from custody was made near Pontefract by a Prl8,^er named Joseph Wilmot, a pit sinker of Castbfor{j, wjj0 waa apprehended at Doncaster on a charge of having robbed a farmer at Hil- lam Selby of £ 60. A police-officer was convey- ing ;he prisoner by train to Pontefract, and when nearthe station the prisoner leapt from the window of tie carriage. A special train was sent down the lmeind the prisoner was recovered and brought back 1 to fmtefract, where he was attended by Dr. Sims, his injuries being chiefly on the bead. â HEATING S COUGH LOZENGES contain no t Ophm, Morphia, nor any violent drug. It is the ( most effective remedy known to the Medical Pre- f feesbn in the cure of Cocans, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, I â-ofle Lozenge alone relieves. Sold by nil Chemis ( in xw, 18. 1jd and 2s. 9d. each, 1

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