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BREAKFAST.âEPPS'S COCOA.âGRATEFUL AND COMFORT- I -G. -Tlie very agreeable character of this preparation has rewlercll it it general favourite. The Ciril Servicc Gazette remarks:â"The singular success which MrEpps attained by his homoeopathic preparation of cocoa has never been surpassed by any experimentalist. By a thorough know- ledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provi(-Ied oil" breakflst tables with a delicately flavour ad beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills.' Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold by the Trade only in + lb., A lb,, and 1 lb. tin-lined packets, labelledâJAMES Eppa & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists, London. "THE ANNIHILATOR," A NEW WAR INSTRUMENT.â The Melbourne Argus, of Nov. 7th, says-" One effect of the European war has been to bring into notice some in- struments of destruction of local origin and design. Several have been submitted to the Government, and they are under consideration by a board. The inventions to which most attention has been directed are those of Capt. W. H. Fitzgerald, who has taken steps to patent a new gun and gun-carriage, and an engine of the mitrailleuse sort, called The Annihilator," which will enable a few men to 'maintain a discharge equal to a whole army.' With reference to these new instruments of war, Major- General Chute, prior to his departure for England, wrote as follows to the Treasurer- I have seen the working of Mr Fitzgerald's inventions. I can truly say they are likely to be most destructive, and very few artillery or gunners will be required for its service operations, and I feel confident guns, &c., worked on this gentleman's prin- ciples would, in a few hours, annihilate an army, I am, therefore, of opinion that Mr Fitzgerald's inventions are well worthy the consideration of the Victorian. Govern* ment.

MONTGOMERYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

ROBBERY AT MANAFON. j

EMBEZZLEMENT AT LI.ANWYDDELAN.

SHEEP STEALING.

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DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.I

THE NEW HAWKERS' ACT.!

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SHREWSBURY.

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