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ME1UONETHSU 1 1. E QUARTER…

LLANEIDIAN.

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After the 1st of January next, the dog license may be obtained at money-order oiffces. The committee formed in the City of London to col. lect subscriptions in aid of the sufferers by the late earthquakes in Peru and the neighbouring countries have received X13,000, although the fund has only been iu existence about a week. On Monday afternoon, the Princess of Wales visited the Children's Hospital in Great Ormond-street, and under the guidance of the lady superintendent and the secretary went through all the wards, and conversed with the little patients, without lettiug them know who she was. At Larbet station, near Falkirk, a cattle drover was, the other day knocked down by the buffers of aa engine. He fell flit between the metals, and the traill passed over him without further hurt. Next day he had altogether recovered from the trifling injury he sustained. The Star gave currency to a canard that a gentleman: lias stipulated as the erudition of his standing for Nor. wich that he should be made a baronet. Mr Harvey, a L'ea) banker, who perhaps has done more for Norwich than any one in the present generation, was evidently the gentleman alluded to, but the report was just as truthful as the politically biased statements of the Star generally are.

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