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WEEKLY COMMENTS. 1 MONDAY next will be a memorable day in the history of very many, for on that. day they will be thrown into the scales of public opinion at the polling booths. Some, maybe, will be found wanting—that is, so far as the judgment of the public is con- cerned, whilst others will be declared ag being of full weight. Some will be elected for the first time in their lives to fill the position of public administrators, whilst others, through no fault of their own, will have to relinquish, for the last time, the power and authority which have been vested in them for years, and the remainder will be glad to learn that they have still found favour in the eyes of the electors, and that they still enjoy the confidence of the public. The young candidates conscientiously believe in their innermost souls that they are, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the very paragons of excellence, and the very models by which all public men should be moulded, and the capital Ps" which fill their addresses are enough to sicken any man, especially when we know how very soon the capital I's will become so small that it will require a microscope to see them.

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-LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

WELSH COAL CRISIS. I

Shop Assistants' Union.I

Attacked on the Highway. I

Theatrical in Trouble.

Railway Company Defrauded.

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I GUARDIANS' ELECTION.