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FAK80NS ? AHTIFIOIAL WREATHS,  JL JL?JL ?k3?±?  i??j?J? JL tJt k) P, A R N T FOR AP,TIFICIAL 7?N, "TT- -"A T ti- 8 ks AND NATU?RAT OXFORD STREET AND MOUNT PLEASANT NURSERIES. "<? L<I? L. ? r? ? !TS f?     EASTER H A M °11.-t -J3L? s. E A S T E R HA M k?5 ? LITTLE BEAUTIES. JUST ARRIVED. LEAN AND MILD. i| LTTTLE BEAT-TJTIES.  d per lb. m per The m per lb. P  PICNIC HAMS. ??si??ICNic HAMS, i* 3. p?r   per  OS O ICE LEAN FA B ME B 8 B A COV '\d. Mr it w n THE POPULAR FOOD PROVIDERS I "NEW MARKET STORES, 11, OXFORD S-T.. V- SW liS A-* NEXT THE MARK FT d MP HERALD 0J1 WALES Lri j J\ 'j 11 ??TV? A4 T L?Lo0 AND Mid-Glamorgan Herald llilU-U HI J b(a; JL1 (¡; THE MOST POPULAR WEEKLY PAPER IN THE PRINCIPALITY. 72 LONG COLUMNS FOR A PENNY. NEW FEATURES. XOTICE TO OUR READERS. WILL SHORTLY BE PUBLISHED. P' I "I MURDER AT NUMBER THIRTEEN A ROMANCE OF MODERN LIFE. BY JOHN K. LEYS. A New Illustrated Story of Incident, Mystery and Domestic Interest, by a Skilful and Highly- Suocessful Author. The Proprietors of the "Herald of Wales* aixl "Mid-Ginimor,-mi Hemld" have completed arrangements for the Publication of a New Serial by the Popular Author, Mr. John K. Leysâwhose Powerful Stm-ia-? have won -wide favour by their artistic construction and eminent adaptability for Serial Publication. THE MURDER AT NUMBER THIRTEEN: A ROMANCE OF MODERN LIFE. BY JOHN K. LEYS. Author of "The Lindsay's," "The Mystery of Loudon Castle," "Leaves from a Doctor's Journal," etc., etc. The Story is full of Stirring Situations, lending itself to graphic illustration; and it is thoroughly English in sentiment and scenic surrounding. I It is a Story of action, character, and en- thralling mystery. Its "dramatis persons" are strongly and claarly presented, and at once elicit the sym- pathy of the reader in their fate, and the development of the exceedingly ingenious plot. "Number Thirteen" is chiefly concerned with an audacious and deep-laid plot to secure a Millionaire's money, involving a sensational and puzzling 3turder Mystery; which is not laid bare until the thrilling climax is arrived at, in a manner displaying great artistic ability on the Author's part. It is thoroughly 'Up-to-date," and entirely free from any element likely to be at all obj actionable to the Newspaper reader. The love intere.<t is strong; and plot and counter- plot for the possession of the heroine works out sensationally to tb .⢠end. HERALD OF WALES AND Mid-Glamorgan Herald "THE HERALD OF WALES" will Contain A COMPLETE STORY EACH WEEK. PORTRAITS OF POPULAR MEN OF THE DAY. With Short Biographical Sketches. .Opening Chapters of "THE LIFE AND SAiiauti OF KlLSBY JONES." The Famous Welsh Preacher, Humorist, and Orator. CHURCHES AND CHAPELS. Series of Illustrated Articles HERALD OF WALES AND Mid-Glamorgan Herald

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