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ilOME OF THE FùLLY.

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WHOLESALE TIMBER STEALING.…

ST. ASAPH POLIUti COURT.

WORTH KNOWING.

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DINNER AT THE MOSTYN HOTEL.

THE ROAD TO IMMORTALITY.

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YANKEE HUMOUR.

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THE BAND ON THE^PARADE^

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THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS

RHYL COUNTY COURT. YHoSfoAYr…

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. ~ \———-

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. âââ- HE WAS SUPRISED. A timid young man was visiting a beautiful ywimf lady the other evening, when, a.fter a pause, she laid, looking at him closely, "NowI want to propose to you." "You are very kind," said the diffident yoaog man, between gasps and blushes but I am not worthy of such happinessâand, in fact, none of our family are marrying peopleâbesides my income is limited-my balance is on the wrong sideâI have to meet Mr. Smith, and I'm afraid I shall be late." Then without waiting to put on his overcoat, he tried to make an exit through the door of a cupboard. "Why." said the young lady, lifting her eyebrows in surprise, "I wanted you to accompany me k) a friend's in Abercromby-square." Oh, in that case, answered her swain, if your head's level, and the boot is on the other foot, Ilhall only be too happy; but I was afraidâthat is almost dared to hopeâin fact, I am subject to these seizures." And he sat down on the coal scuttle, and said it wts a very cold day. How THE QUEEN TRAVELS. The Queen's saloons are in the centra of the train, and these commodious carriages, fitted for day and night travelling, her Majesty occupies with Prinoess Beatrice. There are two beds in the sleeping compart- ment, which opens from the day saloon. The beds are simple, in green and gilt furniture and fittings, something like elaborate "cots" in shape and generally the interior fittings of the train leave nothing to be desued. The floors are carpeted, 'Wlde Y"160â¢5 curtained,the lamp deeply shaded. Electric bells communicate with the attendants or the officials, and by pressing a button ala⢠e a long variegated cord or bell-pull, the a ann is sounded m the van. A separate dectrio m pnf Vs V'?\in, eacb Slde of the sleeping compart- ment by which the attendants may be smnmoned stan »ji vV n Pressed wiU cause the train to lln fs as quickly as may be. There are the Westinc- train ordinary brakes fitted to the n aIe work,ed,as required by the exigencies whose linpf1 KoJIu- ^fforent companies ov#r fitter? Majesty travels, some engines being 11 and otilers with the Westing- shnule^ anrte»% USUal fumiture, comfortaWe bS, saloons are deluded in the Queen's i i There are hooks and racks for parcels, wraps. and "rh^P a swall bundles, of which her Majesty John Ur es? «»nvey a goodly supply. The lata saloon Wv OCCupy a seat in royal da? re ,ei^1De the train stood, and be w&hi6 Sf Queen's apartments, so as to j CJUI at once. The Quoen's c&rriwM arm £ a"fe,d ,]n the u?ual way with hot water!]5othing asliS f f- er the littleirksomeand as little fatiguing as possible The carriages ex- whw?/^ ^.fnd cle.an' and newly pushed. The of snokpf^ r, ocliS of wood taking the place IS apnnf massive; the tires glide the â¢rr r i 8 8s* is patented article: the wH^?ilf eVS et down in road carriages, aa< £ view of wlndows permit an extensive passing country through which the traiftis

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