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THE LLANDUDNO CHAIR EISTEDDFOD.

THE ANTI-TITHE AGITATION.

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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

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HOME & FOREIGN CHIT-CHAT.

CORRESPONDENCE.

NATIONAL FOOTPATH PRESERVATION…

"WALES AWAKE!"

VOLUNTEER BANDS AND POLITICAL…

A FIRE ENGINE FOR LLANGOLLEN.

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LOCAL MARKETS.

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For MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES AND WREATHS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MONUMENTAL WORK, APPLY TO WILLIAM WILLIAMS, AT HIS SHOW YARD IN MARKET STREET, LLANGOLLEN. [1563a] It is in contemplation to issue the Royal Jubilee medal to every officer who was actually in command of a regiment at the Queen's Jubilee review at Alder- shot on the 9th July, the recipients including officers of regulars, militia, yeomanry, and volunteer corps. For a sustaining, comforting, and nourishing beverage drink Cadbury's Pure Cocoa, and do not be persuaded to accept a substitute. WAH,NING.-When you ask for RECKITTS' BLUE see that you get it. The Manufacturers beg to caution the public against imitation square Blue, of very inferior quality. The Paris Blue in squares is sold in wrappers baaring their name and Trade Mark. Refuse all others. WHITE'S Moc MAl); LEVER TRUSS is the most effective nvention for the treatment of Hernia. The use of a steel spring, so hurtful in its effects, is avoided, a soft bandage being worn round the body, while the requisite resisting power is supplied by the Moo-Main Pad and Patent Levers fitting with so much case and closeness that it cannot be detected. Send for descriptive circular, with testimonials and prices, to J. White and Co. (Limited), 22S, Piccadilly, London. Do not buy of Chemists, who often sell an IMITA.- TION of our Moc-Main. J. White and Co. have not any A gents. 16711 ESTABLISHED NEABLT 50 YEARS.âWhite's Celebrated Moc-Maine Trusses. Single Trusses from 10s.; Double Trusses from 18s. Sent free from observation and post ^HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.âNervousness and want of Energy.âWhen first the nerves feel uns.rung, and listl.'ssness supplants energy, it is the right time to take some alterative as Hotloway's Piils to prevent disorder running into disease. these excellent Pills correct all irregularities and weakness. They act so kiadly, yet so energetic-illy on the functions of digestion and aisirailasioo, that the whole body is revived, the blood is rendered richer and purer, the muscles become firmer and stronger and the nervous and abs r;>eiit systems are invigorated. These Pil.s are suitable for all classes and "all ages. They have a most marvellous effect un persons who are out of condition they soon rtciify whatever is in fault, ivstore strength to the body and confidence to the mind. CHEAP LAW AT THE LONDON POLICE COURTS.â There is a growing custom amongst the general public to seek advice at the metropolitan police- courts, on questions of social home rule, and the vexed questions of evictions, and seizures fcr rent. If this was done by the very poor little complaint would be made, but persons in good positions come before the magistrates in pleading robes,Dot the gowns and wigs of the bar. but their most work- -i-day garbâand pitifully beg of the presiding justice to hear their complaint. The magistrate cannot condemn unheard, and having once heard he cannot, with the magnifying glass of a certain portion of the press on his actions, pooh-pooh the appeals away, and is driven to give his valuable opinions gratis. This is cheap law with a ven- geance. No wonder some of the lawyers are starving. Mr. Biron, of Cleveland-square, South Paddington, had upwards of forty applications for advice and summonses, on Tuesday morning at the Hammer- smith Police Court, South London. The majority of the complainants were females, and the matters upon which he had to adjudicate were of a most trivial nature as a rule. It was close upon a quarter to twelve o'clock when Mr. Biron was enabled to commence the list of night charges, and he remarked that it was getting beyond all bearing that such matters, and to such an extent, should continue to obstruct the regular day's business t being proceeded with.

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To the Editor of the " Llangollen…

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CRICKET.

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