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THE STATE OF IRELAND.i

THE f)UKE AND DUCHESS OF EDIN-I…

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.Pa* SKIN.—The Glorj of Woman, tfce Pride of Man.— | ff contains the tielicate lines of beauty, and constitutes *11 we term "Loveliness," yet how manj thousand* their skine blemished by the use of the irritant soapa, y^bolic, Coal Tar, Glycerine, and the coause coloured »?aPs, caustic with alkali, and made of putrid fats. Th« S$je deli cat* ihe ekin the quicker its ruin. THE ALBION AND SULPHUR SOAP is the purest, tae whiter S3 ^ost purifying of all soaps, by its purifying actios away and preveating all pimples, blotches, aci hi ess. It is recommended by the entire medical pro. u tjin most elegant preparation for the skin that \*aaowm A to sensMwre eteina. By all chemists, ID Jjweta, m. a>d tt. —Th» Albio* Sanatory goap Co- "*• Oxford-tr.. London. f nROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARsENEss.-All saf. eg from irritation of the throat and hoarswaesi he agreeably surprised at the almost immediatB afforded by the use of Brown's Bronchial £ 5°ches." These famons lozengea are now sold by ^respectable chemists in thia country at Is. 1J4. £ £ box. People troubled with a "hacking cough," 8hght cold," or bronchial auctions, cannot try too soon, ad similar troubles, if allowed to pro- i result in serious Pulmoiiary s.nd Aatamatic affeo W8, that the words "Brown's Bronchial poches" j> the Goveniment Stamp around each box.—. by JOHN I. BfcOWN & SONS, Boston, U.S. depot xemoTed to S3, farringdoa WELSH NEWS., Surgeon Thomas Eyton-Jones, of the Denbighshire Yeomanry Cavalry, has been granted the honorary rank of Surgeon-Major. The Oxford Circuit will be taken by Mr Baron Huddleston, and North and South Wales Circuits by Mr Justice Fry, at the Spring Assizes. The Lord Chancellor has, on the recom- mendation of Mr Cornwallia West, placed the name of Dr Bold Williams, of Morannedd, Llandudno, aud Colwyn House, Colwyn, upon the comaiiasi'm of the peace for his native county (Den high). Recently Dr Bold Williaiuspurchased the estate of the late Mr Eccles, at Colwyn Bay. A carriage accident, which caused much painful excitement for the moment, occurred on Sunday morning in the vicinity of the barracks at Wrcxham. As the coachman of Mr Jones-Parry, of Llwynonn, was driving the Misses Jones-Parry into the town, they met the 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers en their way to church. The horse became frightened and unmanageable on account of the baud, and ran over a little boy of c' some five or six years of age. The boy was im- mediately taken to the nearest medical man, and received every attention.

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