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IWELSH TRIBAL SYSTEM.

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---LADY THROWN FROM A TRAP.

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LADY THROWN FROM A TRAP. The slight mischance of a fall from a pony trap had serious results in the case of Mrs Devonshire, a well-known and widely-respected resident in the little town of Beaconsfield. The accident occurred six years ago, and seeraedtoin flict a se- vere nervous shock. No particular part, as she felt then, was in- jured, but for almost a twelve-month she wasted away and got almost like a shadow. She began to have a very strange feeling, from her back right down to the bottom of her feet. She was examined by several doctors and went into one of the London hospitals for over two months, but did not get better. She could not turn in bed, could not move, nor could she get upstairs. The hospital doctors did not seem to understand her case at all. Abscesses formed in her side, and the doctor said that explained all that she had suffered before. She afterwards went to the High Wycombe and Earl of Beaconsfield Memorial Cottage ihospital-receiving excellent treatment — and lay prostrate for a twelve- month. But no permanent relief was obtained until sometime afterwards,J when she tried Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. How did you come to read of these strangely- named Pills ?" asked a representative of the South Bucks Free Press. In the Christian Globe. The case we saw was a similar one to mine. I bad six boxes at first. I sent to Dr Williams' establishment in London." You look well now." And I feel well. I can get about now and do my work. I seemed to gain more strength at once when I began will the Pills, and could move better. It wis the Pills that did it, without doubt. When I began to get about everybody was telling me what a miracle it was, and making such remarks as I never thought you would get about any more,' You are a miracle.' &c., &c. Everyone was as- tonished." Various people in Beaconsfield, on w^oni the reporter corroborated M r 8 Devonshire's statements, and ex- pressed their surprise at her being able to £ 6t about again. Dr Williams' Pink Pills fortify the nerves and s thus cure nervous disorders, paralysis, locomotor c ataxy, neuralgia, rheumatism, St. Vitus' dance, • nervous headache, and indigestion; diseases of l the blood, such as scrofula, chronic erysipelas, and i restore pale and sallow complexions to the glow of ) health. They are now obtainable of all chemists, and from Dr Williams' Medicine Company, 46, T Holborn Viaduct, London, at 2s 9d. a box, or six ■ for 13s 9d., but are genuine only with f ull name, i Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. A speci- E fic for all the troubles of the female, and in men I cure all cases arising from worry, overwork, or excesses.

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THE TRAiWATQUESTlON AT LLANDUDNO.

AN OPEN LETTER.

THE BETHESDA QUARRYMEN.

DOLGELLEY INTERMEDIATE COUNTY…

INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ATI…

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A SENSATIONAL ARREST AT BARMOUTH.

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WELSH PARLIAMENTARY BILLS.

SIR G. OSBORNE MORGAN, MP.,…

SIR HORATIO LLOYD ON WELSH…

APPLICATION FOR PATENT.