[No title]|1878-01-26|The Cardigan Observer and General Advertiser for the Counties of Cardigan Carmarthen and Pembroke - Welsh Newspapers Online
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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.…

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FURIOUS DRIVING IN NEW YORK.

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FALL OF HOUSES IN LONDON.âShortly after ten o'clock at night a house which was being built at the junction of the Haymarket with Panton-street, fell in, and carried with it the house adjoining, which was numbered 23, Haymarket, a well-known oyster shop and supper rooms, in the occupation of Mr. Barron. The new building, which had been in hand for about six months, was being erected by Messrs. Newman ani Manns, and workmen had been employed in roofing in the house. The builders do not agree with the theory which has been promul- gated that the old foundation had been disturbedfand that the masonry of the superstructure was too heavy, for the best materials had been used, and every pre- caution taken to ensure the safety of the erection. Exaggerated rumours were made public as to a serious loss of life and injury to many persons, but there was no loss of life beyond that of Mr. Barron, who was buried in the ruins, and whose body was subsequently found crushed almost to a pulp; MOUSIMAH'S TEA, guaranteed Pure. HOBHJUAN'S TEA, best value for money. HOBBJUAB'S TEA sold only in Packet.

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OUR FRONTIER WAR.

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WAR ITEMS.

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