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GRAND AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE.

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POTATOES POTATOES 1 POTATOES I -John Dobbins, who still maintains his reputation far and wide as being the only genuine caterer in the Principality, is again to the fore, with as fine a sample of potatoes for family consumption ever offered to a discriminating public which he now offers in quantities to suit the convenience of his customers. The difficulties in obtainind thorough good samples are obvious, and arise chiefly from climatic influences, injudicious selection of seed, uncertain sources, and the want of intelligent knowledge of cultivation; however, J. D. has much pleasure in fstating that he has entered into special arrangements with the best known and leading growers in Ireland (the land and home of the potataoe cultivation), Scotland and England, to send him supplies at such prices as to defy competition, and he is determined to give his customers the benefit of his purchase by offering the consingment he is now receiving at the fol- lowing low quotations, viz â Magnums for eating from 4/6., for seed from 5/- Champions 4/6 5/6 White Rock 9) 4/6 5/- I Skerrie Blues â 5/6 6/- and it will be well for his numerous customers (who no doubt have through the unfortunate in- fluence and long spell of agricultural and trade depression, felt the strain upon the strings ot a far too slender purse), to take advantage of this rare opportunity and apply early. The above include several tons of the famous and heahhy seed Pat, for planting-the product of East Ire- land, which J. D. has great satisfaction in bring- ing into notice, and earnestly invites his patrons to give them a trial; for it may reasonably be hoped from the apparent indications and brighter aspect of affairs and from what our weather quid nuncs tell us, that this season's crops will be good.

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PRIMROSE DAY AT RHYL.

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HINTS FOR THE HOMReI

MR. DAVID PENNANT'S MAJORITY.