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IA ClIATTY REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S…

IMPRISONED ON A SHIP.

THE LATE EXECUTION ATI' CARMARTHEN.

THE INCREASE OF TRAIIf.PS.1

SUICIDE AT ABERDARB.

EVEN HP TO DATE.

MOW HE SATED HIS WIFE'S MFE!

TEE TALKYR.IE.

FIRE AT OLDHAM.

SUNDAY OBSERVANCE.

BETTING HOUSES CONVICTIONS.

A FATAL ITALIAN ELOPEMENT.

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A FATAL ITALIAN ELOPEMENT. A Dalziel's telegram from Rome says —A coachman named Bracet.i, employed by the Marquis Cent.i a,t; Palmi, having eloped with the young daughter of his master, the police were informed, and the two ft.Jitives were taken into custody. On being conveyed back to Pa?mi the girl was conducted to her home and her seducer waB led to prison by two police- men. On the -v,-ay two revolver shoes were heard, and the prisoner fell to the ground shot in the heajt His assassin is s:ud to be th$! marquis. -i1IJ "WELL PLAYED, HOMOCEA." A friend writing a personal latter concludes with the following: "This is from one of my small school boys, after describing all his walka a.nd runs on Saturday last, My hocks (or whatever they call the back of the knees), got stiver and stiifer, and when I was getting into bed I found I could hardly move, and so I managed feebly to reach the place where ths Homocea. lives, and put some on my leg, and )i0-day it is perfectly well. Well played, Homoeea, HOMOCEA v. BRUISES. Mr. Thomas Lydiatt, of the Liverpool Evangeli. sation Society, residing at CUfton-terrace, Birken. haad, says his son got a severe blow just over the eye with a cricket ball. causing much swelling and discolouration. He had it at once rubbed well with Homocea, afterwards applying- it as a plaster. fhis wa.s at night. Next morning the swelling was greatly reduced, and by the evening there w&s hardly a sign of the bruise. "RASH ON FACE." Gentlemen.—For three years I suffered very much from some painful rash on my face. I tried doctors and ointment, but was at last advised by a friend to try Homocea, and I am thankful to say it has quite cured me. I felt it my duty to send you a testimonial, and remain yours most respectfully, AMNLIA JoNKS. INFLAMED FOOT AND ANKLE. NoETHHAHSTON ViCAEAGE, BCCSS. Sir,—Your "Homocea" has cured an inHamed toot of mine, which caused me g'reat paht and almost lamed me for a while. It hat- since coin pletely relieved a friend's ankle, owing to which, dll he tried your Ointment, he walked with extreme difficulty. ?" "'??AMES, D.D. LORD COMBERMERE says RoMOCEA did nim more good than any he bad ased.forrheum&tism. LORD CARRICK writes: "I to to the good h:md of God my Father upon me, u) t)les¡;ing your in he:Jing me oi b'teechiig' piles. Remomber tha.t "HOMOCEA INSTANTLY TOUCHES THE All honne;- stock HoMOCEA. I': caiB be obtained from Chemists a.ud o!jhe:-c :¡,t Is. 13{¡d. or 2s. 8d. per box, or tviH. be srmt by post fot Is. 3d. and 3s. from. the wholesale agoacy, 21, H.ar.ü11ton Sqla!'E;J Llr'Re}}Jea.(L SoM in the district by I'lessrs. Stranaghan and Stephens;, 9. Castle-street, CardrS; Messrs. D. Anthony and Co.. 59, St.. :i\Iary-street, C&r- diif; Messrs. Hicks and Co., 70, "Queen-street, Cardiff. ':è.

FROLICS OF A PRINCESS.

TRAMWAYS PURCHASE.

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