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The Public should be on their guard against doctored' cocoas, of which there are many in the market. CADBTJRY'S Cocoa, being absolutely pure, stands all tests, the Medical profession and Press proclaiming its superiority as a delicious beverage and nutritious food. It should always be borne in mind that Cocoa must be pure and unadulterated— like CADBURY'S—to impart the utmost benefit. The Medical Annual says: A perfectly pure Cocoa, of the highest quality. The name CADBURY on any packet is a guarantee of purity.' 4 LIVERPOOL HALF HOLIDAY.—The question of a weekly half-holiday was discussed at a meeting of the Liverpool Grocers and Provision Merchants' Association on Tuesday. As the result of a lengthy debate it was agreed that shops should close at one o'clock on Mondays, commencing on the 20th inst., in all local districts except St. Michael's-in-the-Hamlet, where the existing Thursday half-holiday will continue. C, DEATH OF A WELSH COUNTY COURT JUDGE Judge David Lewis, of the Mid-Wales County Court Circuit, died early on Thursday, at the Pump-house Hotel, Llandrindod Wells. Judge Lewis was the son of Mr. John Lewis, of Swan- sea. After being called to the bar he joined the South Wales ckcuit, and was appointed a county court judge about five years ago. He bad been in ill-health for two years. SERIOUS CARRIAGE ACCIDENTWALES.—An alarming carriage accident, which might have been attended with loss of life, occurred at Abergele on Monday afternoon. A landau and pair belonging to Mrs. Nield, of Ashton-under- Lyne, but now staying at her Welsh seat, Brynhyfryd, Abergele, was standing outside the vicarage gate, when from some cause the animals took fright. They dashed along Water- street, and the hind wheels coming in contact with the gate of the Intermediate School, were, together with the axle, knocked clean out, and the coachman was thrown violently into the road, sustaining severe injuries. The horses continued their wild career, ultimately coming into contact with a telegraph pole on the Abergele bridge, where the landau was smashed to pieces, and the horses thrown to the ground and cut badly.

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