Hide Articles List

18 articles on this Page

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.<

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MONDAY.

.-TAKE BACK THY ORDER.

. THE DANO-GERMAN WAR.

ARRIVAL OF GARIBALDI AT CAPRERA.

------------MODERN MIRACLES.

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

MIRACULOUS ESCAI-EâA. man named DANUT tii a plumber and glazier, of Mosslcy Bottoms, near Stl^' bridge, had a wonderful escape from being crushed to death at the Charlestown station, Ashton-under-Lyne on Saturday night. Blower was intending to go to Moaatey from Ash tun by the 9..10 p.m. train from Manchester to Leeds. Just as the train was starting Blower attempting to cross the line, slipped, and fell under the engine, and the engine went over him. The comrnotlon on the plat- form was very great, as it was believed the man would be found crushed to pieces. He was picked up from between the van and the tender, and was "i.ly alittle cut about his head and oars, but he had a large bruise on his knee, and burnt on his neck by the cinders from the engine. DISOBDEKED FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN.âIn the long list of maladies which afflict all classes, none are more prevalent than unsightly lucal, or seriously constitutional affections of the skin. It is very satisfactory, however, now to learn, frum the recorded experience of distin- guished members of the Faculty, that even in the iriost inveterate cases that have lasted for many years, a safe, inexpensive, speedy, and most efficacious remedy has been tuund in Dr do Jongh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil. Dr do Jongh relates many most remarkable cases treated successfully by himself aDd other foreign phv- sicians; find T. Hunt, Esq., M.R.C.S,. the eminent writer on Cutaneous Disorders, states:â'It is bare justice to Dr <1e J cogh to say that the success attendh the use of hit Oil in dispensary practice fully satisfies me that he has not exaggerated its value. To avoid the chance of adulteration, and to secure uniformity of quality 1 have invariably prescribed, in the cutaneous cases a.iOutd to, tb J Oil sold in bottleg with Dr de Jongh's seal J upon them.'

ITHE MAKING OF MALT DUTY-FREE.

[No title]

HAVERFORDWEST POSTAL REGULATIONS.

HAVERFORDWEST RIFLFI TOLUFTTEETLS.

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

€ljt Iftmkwlmflm Mttalit,

-I SUM MAR Y.i

CAHfitARTHEN.

HAVERFORDWEST CHORAL CLASS.

HAVERFORDWEST TOWN COUNCIL.