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SATURDAY, OCTOBER S, 1889.

"STOP AR 3UXIO SASNEQ."

ANOTHER MISTAKE.

TOOTH EXTBACTipN, JRXTKAORDINAKT,

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TOOTH EXTBACTipN, JRXTKAORDINAKT, A" COBRESPONDENT writes:—"I was at Ponty- pridd on Thursday evening and had the pleasure of witnessing a well-known expert pulling teeth- pardon the expression,1 for I should have said extracting. Judging by the numerous operations which he performed, be is an excellent dentist. I stood in front of his scenq of operations for about ten minutes, and, during that comparatively brief period I witnessed him extracting about thirty teeth. There was a large crowd present, and everybody seemed to be surprised at the marvellous rapidity and dexterity with which he accomplished bis work. My curiosity was aroused by one particular thing, though probably it struck no one else. Immediately before the operator proceeded with bis task, he motioned to the band, wbicb, I understaDrJ. invariably accompanies te dentist, to give some music. The brass band then played away, and instantly a female ascended the platform and seated herself in an arm chair. The operator seized the jaw, opened the mouth, peered in, turned around and took bold of an instrument, which ho inserted in the proper place, and out came the decayed tooth. Off she goes, and up comes another. Off he goes, the tooth is thrown aside, and up comos another patient, the band stIll playing. Then up steps another, and another, and another, men, women,'and children —well, parsons of a!l ages—the patients ascending and descending and passing before one's eyes like some panoramic scenes. The gathering around the van was immense.

A TIP FOR THE DOCTORS.

A LETTER STAMPING MACHINE.

A GRIEVANCE.

THE TAFF YALE RAILWAY AND…

THE LANDORE VIADUCT,

BARRY ESTATE COMPANY, LIMITED.

EAST GLAMORGAN LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.

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LONDON LETTER.

MR STANLEY.

RELEASE OF MR CON'S BE ARE,…

DISASTER AT SEA.

AUTOCRATIC RUSSIA.

MR GLADSTONE AND THE TRIPLE…

M. ZOLA ON PRESIDENT CARNOT.

THE LOSS OF H.M.S. LILY.

ANOTHER RAILWAY CATASTROPHE.

TELEPHONE IN GERMANY.

MRS MAYBRICK'S CASE.

THE DUMFRIES SCANDAL.

WEATHER FORECAST. \!

DASTARDLY OUT *1 NEAR J RETFO

THE MANUFACTURE OF TIN PLATES.