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JVABIHS AND HYDROPHOBIA.

A DISAPPOINTED BRIDEGROOM.

.DISASTERS AT SEA.I

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." THE PEACE TO CQMi-."

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LIFE IN LONDON: j 8IAD IX…

SEASIDE SWINDLERS.

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THURSDAY ISLAND.

JUDGES' CIRCUITS.'

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GOURDS. MARCH TQ philippof^HS;:

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

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A JAPANESE EXHIBITIONS

THE'REMAINS OF QUEEN KATHARINE…

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MtmDBR OP A Box BY HIS FATHBB, shocking homicide has been perpetrated at Rochdt" A man named Thomas Tweedie, a mechanic, who recently been out of work, but obtained a living pianoforte player at the Queen's Hotel, Blackwa^ street, returned home under the influence of drin^i few days before one of his yetmger sons had enli^^ and he now charged his son Thomas, aged 19, having persuaded his brother to enlist. The son the charge. The father replied, Thou told him t^T thou would enlist if he cud." The son said," I did." The father then caught hold of his and said, Can you best me f The son replied, not want to do anything of 'the sort.* Mrs. here made motions to her son to leave the room, ing a quarrel, but before he was able to do soj^ father drew his pocket-knife and stabbed his son the heart. The unfortunate young man ran oajj the h6use into a neighbour's, but fell down and d> in about fifteen minutes. The father made his owl*, but the neighbours ran after him, and he wag arreo, by Police-oiffcer Robert Wild. He is only 46 yea^ age, and respectably connected.. J THE SILK SMUGGLING TRIAL.—The the pevsonrf accused of smuggling silk between pool and New York has terminated. The action commenced on the 1st of November last, and wa* stituted by the United States Government to rtC°JTf penalties from the National Steamship Oo for the' smuggling of silks, laces, te., on steamers since the year 1875. In connection the action against the steamships, Mr. TheJ^ Owen, purser of the steamer England, Mr. Graff, Mr. Thomas Gray, and Mr. Edgar B. 9^? were charged with smuggling the articles car#edj board the steamer England. Although the transactions could only be traced to 1875, thai* Zj no doubt that sinee'1869up to the seizure silks on board the England in September last, laces, &c., had been smuggled into New York on the National Company^ steamers to the valtt*^i 81,000,000. It transpire! during the trial that altho^ the proceedings were only taken in with the goods smuggled on board the Eng^fpJ the Treasury were in possession of information would seriously compromise two or three more National Company's steamers, and a number of smployts. Twb other persons besides those above—Richard Williams and A. J. Dunlop-'j>i £ » also charged with receiving the smuggled sitfjjj» fQ* they turned States' evidence. Owens, the pur* the England, and Alvar Graff, the general dock i intendent, were found guilty, and sentenced to I years' imprisonment and a fine of £ 200 each. » £ f LORD CARNARVON.—The speech of the E** p » Carnarvon in the House of Lords, explaining^ r circumstances of his resignation of office, haa jf published in the form of a pamphle". In a feWj t of preface he says: "In thia explanation merely justified my conduct in taking tLe aeriouS^s of a resignation of office, and indicated the disa* results which, in my opinion, would at this j have arisen from any action leading to a de]?*" j & from our neutrality. But I have thought it j avoid any reference, however indirect, to I communications with foreign Powers, and to largest question of all—which it ia my unceasing i this war will solve—the fuller liberty and the* governtaent of th* Christian subjects of the fo^^ i Printed and published by the proprietor, JOHS CO ROBERTS, at his General Printing Office, No.-J' j lane, Cardigan, in the parish of Saint Mary ■ 1 County ot Cardigan.—Saturday, Feb. 9, 1678. F County ot Cardigan.—Saturday, Feb. 9, 1678. F I-j}