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"OLD MOORE"—"Old Moore." of almanac am e, is in real life Mr. T. Roberts, a genial gentle- man, who went through many adventures before settling down as a prophet The early part of Mr. Roberts s life was spent in North America, and he alleges that it was while tending sheep in thesolitary passes of the Rocky Mountains that he first felt the prophetic instinct. Subsequently "Old Moore" spent some time in Southern Mexico, and learnt much of his art from the medicine men of the Indians and half-breeds. LORD PENRHYN AND HIS EMPLOYES.- Lord and Lady Penrhyn last week entertained the workmen on the estate and those connected with the household to an entertainment, which was held in the spacious hall at Penrhvu Castle, which was richly decorated for the ex.-ca*uon. The entertain- ment, which consisted of glees and part-songs rendered by the Bangor Cathedral Quartet a,Hi a conjuring and ventriloquial performance by Pro- fessor Garland, of Wrexham, was attended by Lord and Lady Penrhyn, who presented the younger members of the audience with seasonable gifts.

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