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TELEPHONING 111hlHUTS.

- HE HEALIZEDHlS CONDITION,…

CANDLER AS TIPS.

THE WAYS OF WIVES.

THE BIG SOLDIER AND HIS LITTLE…

EMBARRASSING.

PROBABLY THE REASON.I

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RUTHIN.

ELLIS'S PATENT SYPHON.

YALE OF CLWYD AUCTION MART,…

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CAERWYS.

RUTHIN CHRISTMAS SHOW. -_.

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WASTED INDIGNATION.

COULD WEEP EASILY.

COULDN'T MAK- SALT T,) HIS…

FISH IN BLUE GOGGLES.

^DRINKING AS A HEALTHY EXERCISE.…

CAUSE FOR ANXIETY.

OLD SAWS RESET.

AN EFFECTUAL BI8GUISB.

- AS YOU WOULD BE DONE BY.

DID HE FEED HIM.

- XiABOUR SAVING CONTRIVANCE.

- A NATURAL OBJECTION TO ART.

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A NATURAL OBJECTION TO ART. •' I believe in the refining*influences of art," observed Crane the other day, and I see no objection to cultivating the artistic taste of the people of this country. But, of course, there is a limit, and I think the bounds are owentepped very often." Yes, the art craze is Unshed too far sometimes. That was Black's perience last week. Just M I. met him he t. J complaining of that very thing; be w«ied wratli at the notion of decorated tilee. Whatever was his objection to those There must have been some-special, reason for it. "It was like this. He was passing under a leader, when a man up above dropped a can ,of green paint and it went All over his silk hat. "When I saw him he was scraping off the painb with a trowel. He remarked that he was in favour of art, but he drew the line at decorated tiles of that description."

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