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WILL B LUFF'S LETTER.

THEI BORES) (GET BUSY.

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THEI BORES) (GET BUSY. Just at present the bores are having the time of their lives. They clutch other men by the button as persistently as the anciient mariner held the unhappy wed ding- gu est. There is a horrible fascination in the scene when two, bores meet and each be- gins to "argue" with the other. If you watcih them you w?ill soon see that, neither really listens to what the other is saying,. Very often they are both talking at the same' time, but even if one keeps silent while the other speaks you can see at a glance that the silent one is not paying the least attention to the other. He is mentally reciting to himself his next sentence, which, when it is uttered, will be found to have no connection, direct or remote, with that which has just been said.—Si, L Hughes in "London Opinion.'

NORTH WALES CANDIDATES.

THE LATEI MR. HARRY CLEGG.

A MAID SERVANT'S THEFT.

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f^UN, FACTS, AND ANCIES. £…

WHERE IS THE DOG?

_-------------PROSPECTIVE.

NORTH WALES HOCKEY ASSOCIATION.

-..-MISSIONARY EXHIBITION…

DEATH OF A COACH PROPRIETOR.

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