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Newport National Eisteddfod.

ISNATCHED FROM CERTAINI IDEATH.

MOVEMENTSOF LOCAL VESSELS…

I _-YANKEE -YARNS.-

BOY KILLED BY LIGHTNiNG AT…

I-THE 24th AT LLANDILO.

NATIONAL CYCLISTS' UNION,…

THE -LOST LETTER,I

IAGRARIAN OUTRAGE IN IRELAND.I

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FACTS AND FANCIES., —. I BEATING His REcoitD. -Perkasie: I saw an air-ship the other day.—Staggers I taw (hie) two of 'em. A GREAT Succicss.-He I hear you are taking cooking lessons.—She Yes.—He Have you been successful ?—She Very. Only one death so far. BETTER STILL. There's a chicken in Salem with four legs."—" That's nothing. We often have chickens at our boarding house that are all legs." Papa," said Sammy Snaggs, as he paused, pencil in hand, "how can you make a Greek cross ? "Mention the Concert of Europe to him." What are the weather indications to-day ?" asked the thin man. Rain, to a certainty circus in town," said the thick man, without looking at the bureau's report. H^ is a very poor judge of human nature," remarked Miss Cayenne, thoughtfully, What let,de yon to that conclusion 2" He has such a good opinion of himself." She And you say there were 13 ab the table? —He Just. One of the party is sure to die before the year's out. 1 Oh, I guess not You see, we are all office holders." "It must be awful to be broke away out West." I didn't find it so. I had a pretty gnod suit of clot;les, so I prebanbed to be wanting to invest in real estate. Nothing was too good for me." Mrs De Withers (on the way from church) I think, my dear, Dr. Longwind's sermon was a very finished effort.—Mr De Withers It was, but do you know I was afraid it never would be. MaRJe IIIPOUTANT.—" Man ought to live to raise a iimrJø on the cheek of sorrow." That's all right; but it takes all my time to ra:se a smile on tha cheek of my book-keeper." HER FEAR.—She Oh, isn't that a bull ?-He Yes, but you needn't be afraid so long as I am with you.—She But I'm afraid you wouldn't be with me long if he came this way. LIKE A GIRL.-Site Mr Sappy, you are very much like some girls I know.—Mr Sappv Am I, Miss Marvy ?-" Yes, in one way. You try to dress like a man." WHY HE DIDN'T LIKE Hibf.-Friend How do you lik<\ your new teacher ?—Tommy Don't like him. He's delicate. That kind never get sick enough to stay home. A TRUE CHRISTrtN.-Mabgl What makes you think you are a Christian ?—Blanche Well, last night when Fred smacked me on one cheek I turned to him the other. TOMMY'S IDEA.—Mother Now, Tommy, take this piece of bride's cake, pub it under your pillow, and dream on it.—Tommy I'll do a good deal more dreaming if I eat lb. HOME-MADE LUXURY.—" My wife is goinit to fix up our house ;■ a summer resort." How will she do it ?" Get some h)1rd beds, and cub the table down to half rations." His CHOICIC.-Old Gentleman What would you like to be when you grow up?—Boy I'd like to be a brick],-tyer. That's, a commendable ambition. Why would you like to be a brick- layer ?"—" 'Cause there's so many days when bricklayers can't work." FURNISHED A DIAGRAM.—The waiter brought Iiirr: a small bit of steak. He swallowed it and asked for a piece of string. On getting it he deliberately took his measure at the waist and gave it to the waiter, saying, I want enough steak for a man of that size." He gob it. FOLLOWING PATERNAL ADVICE.—" Wi,y on earth did you marry that grasps widow ?" de. manded Mr Ricketts angrily of his son. I was following your advice, fattier." Following my advice, you idiot) I never advised you to inurry her." No, but you always told me to make hay while the sun atione. FAIR \V A RNING. -Miss Gushmore Poor, dear dear man I want to select a tract that will help you to beat you unhappy lob. Lat me see why did yon find it necessary to-er-to remove your wife ?-No. 1,14-1 I fixed her fer talkin' too much wid her mouth an' askin' too many fool question.s-daL'¡j wo'u I dun it fer.

IIHYMNEY COAL AND IRON I COMPANY.…

I SOUTH AFRICA.

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I THE 10CHI EXPEDITION. I

I BANGOR & ARVON BUILDING…

AN ARISTOCRATIC MILKMAN.I

'-THE SUNDERLAND MYSTERY,-I

TERRIBLE HEAT IN ALGERIA.I

BATHING FATALITY AT LLANELLY.…

EPPLOSION IN A CARTRIDGE FACTORY.…

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-SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLEI

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