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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

LORD TRED EGA"R S HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Dec. 22 Castell-y-Bwch. rriday, £ )ec. 26. Wainvawr. Each day at Eleven. LLANGIBBY ANDTHEPSTOW HOUNDS WILL MEET ON WednMdi^Vu? Llantarnam Station. FSTD^21 Crick. xnoay.irto.ab. Llangibby Park. Each day at Half-past Ten. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE FOX
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CARDIFF.

CARDIFF.

DKTKRHINSW SPICXDB.—A young labourer named Charles Stone committed suicide at his lodgings, Hewell-street, Grange-town, early on Sunday morn- tag, by hanging himself. He was suffering from a certain diseas* and had been refused assistance by the Board of Guardians. This circumst
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
AN AMERICAN SENATOR. T ,.

AN AMERICAN SENATOR. T ,.

DKATH OF MRS. DOBELL. -The Cheltenham Bx' aminer of the 10th instant says-We regret to nounce the death, on Thursday last, at her resideOoe, Detmore, Charlton Kings, of Mrs. Julietta DobeIl, widow of the late Mr. John Dobell, of-Gheltenham. She had reached her 81styear,but until
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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RICH AND POOR are alike critical, as to the quality of the Tea they drink but the greed of gain induces the Chinese to doctor the Tea intended for use in this country, with prussian blue (a poison) gypsum and plum- bago, so that the low worthless leaves of the Autumn Crop, can be
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
~ ,Tr,„ AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS 1 NOBODY GOOD."

~ ,Tr,„ AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS 1 NOBODY GOOD."

,Tr,„ AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS 1 NOBODY GOOD." TALB OF ST. VALESl'ISlfi'S DAY. By J. E. AYIMER- ■11 be revenged. AG GIVEN to XN^^RAMATIC speeches, and ET tb mere decision than precision. BPOKE^1 GOWNED and uobody shall save me," "1 R Iftotber looking round. » NOW Eth, said B.D#R CA
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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The Oxford Liberal Three Hnop^ have selected Mr. Fyffe as their candid^ The trawler Celt was burnt to th. «dce »t h«m.oringB last week in Ki,g,t £ ^^e.rboa An Anti-Corn Law League, ilkejy t0 as9Ume geats. proportions, u in course of formation in The Rev. H. Ward Beecher has denie
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CONUNDRUMS.

CONUNDRUMS.

The most positive 8entloaxan?_cer.taia The most suspicious gentleman?—Sur-mise The most cowardly gentleman?—Sur render When is a brick a tile?—When it's a projec-tile. Which is the most hearty gentleman? Sir-loin. Why is a negative like frozen rain?-Because it's no. Who is the b
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
DARING MURDER BY A LOVER.I

DARING MURDER BY A LOVER.I

DARING MURDER BY A LOVER. A shocking murder was perpetrated at Wool- wich on Monday. A girl named Laura Wiison, aged 17, in the service of Mrs. Hewitt, tobacconist, Beresford street, who slept in a front room, rushed into the back bedroom, where her mistress was sleeping, and exc
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THE LADIES COLUMN.

THE LADIES COLUMN.

CHRISTMAS FARE. PLUM PUDDING.—The following ingredients for the pudding are sufficient for a party of twelve. One and a quarter pounds of beef suet, one pound of bread crumbs, half a pound of flour, ono and a half pounds of muscatel raisins, ditto of currants, three-quaiters of
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
ITHE BATTLE.

ITHE BATTLE.

THE BATTLE. When he awoke, the firing of last night seemed to be still in his ears. But it was nothing of the kind: it was the firing of this morning. And still on the left-the attack had been already renewed. Once more the regiments doomed to hold the centre o the line stood wai
December 26, 1884 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales