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TOWYN. INCOME TAX RETURNS.âA gentleman has just shown us a "Notice of first assessment under the Income Tax Acts which comes, to say the least, very hard upon him. Under schedule D on profits Of trade, £ 140: deduct abatement of X120 (if flowed £ 120), net amount Y,20, for which 8s. 4d. 1,9 charged. We had an idea that all incomes Under X150 per annum were free from the tax but somebody or other in this part has discovered & Way of taking incomes which are below that amount. "Why not appeal?" He says the past mark bears out his assertion, that he did not receive the notice until four days after appeals Were heard, and fourteen days after it was possible for him to give notice, according to the Act, of his intention of appealing. Is there any other such victim hereabouts ? RUABON. DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT.âWe this Week record the death of Mr. James Huxley, Plasbennion, who succumbed on Friday, March 12th, a victim to heart disease, at the age of 63 years. He bad for a number of years been Machine-man at the New British Iron Company's Wynnstay Collieries, and had for a lengthened period been subject to heart disease. He was well known and much respected, as was testified by the large number of friends who attended the funeral on Monday. ACCIDENT TO MR. MDRLESS.âOn Saturday ^eek, Mr. H. C. Murless, of the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, met with a serious accident whilst exercising a young colt. It appears that Mr. Murless during the afternoon went up to the fartn, and was in the act of mounting the colt when the animal gave a sudden lurch, hurling Mr. Murless into the air. Mr. Murless alighted with a violent shock across the bow of the saddle, sustaining serious injuries. He was conveyed home to the hotel, where he has since been confine to his bed under the attendance of Dr. R. Chambers Roberts. We are glad to learn that he is progressing favourably. POST OFFICE PROMOTION.âMany of our readers will be glad to hear that Mr. C. H. Lloyd, son of Mr. R. Lloyd, Ruabon, has been promoted by the Postmaster-General to the important post of chief clerk in the South Shields Post Office. He had previously been in the Coventry Post Office for ten months, and his services there were so ^ell appreciated that he was selected out of over 100 candidates for the position he now fills. We Congratulate him upon his success, and trust it is the precursor of a good future in the service in Which he has enlisted. RUTHIN. ELECTORS.âMr. Lewis Jones, stationer, Clwyd- street and St. Peter's-square, was on Monday, March 1st, elected without opposition to the in the Town Council in lieu of Mr. W. J. â uut removed. Messrs. R. G. Joyce, Well-street, & Howarth Williams, The Square, were on â Monday elected auditors for the borough. j DEATH OF TIIE BOROUGH TREASURER.âMr. John ones, Pyrocantha House, the borough treasurer and the vice-chairman of the Board of Guardians, expired at his house in Well-street, about mid-day u Monday, March 8th. The-deceased gentleman an8 highly respected, as was shown by the 'tendance at his funeral on Thursday. FESTINIOG. NEW POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.âIt has been jounced to a professional gentleman here, from the General Post Office, that arrangements have been made, under which the mails for Festiniog and the neighbourhood will be forwarded from Conway on and from the 1st of May next. The &rrival at Festiniog will be about 7 a.m., and the DESPATCH at 6 p.m. ')R- P,&RRY'S, I E)IiIIANUEL.On Saturday week, two PARRY had a rehearsal, at Llan, of the He p lrs who are practising his "Emmanuel." â¢thev XPr%Ssed himself pleased with the progress ac* made, and expects them to be fully r>n«^are<^ -ky the beginning of May, when his cert will come off. The talented composer is mg warmly supported by our leading men here. CARNARVON. JUVENILE OFFENDERS.âOn Friday last, before the ex-mayor, Robert Williams, aged 11, and H. Owen, aged 15, both from James's-court, jere charged with breaking into the shop of Mr. Pritchard, grocer, Pool-street, and stealing erefrom several sums in silver and copper. ? case was remanded till Monday. We erstand that Mr. Pritchard has asked the him C0DSt?ble to be kind enough to allow j> i to &'ve the officer (Police constable int n-ands' a handsome present for his ^"gence and sharpness in the matter. AHE CONSERVATIVE AND LIBERAL CANVASS.â Q ursday week was a very happy day for a^n^rv°n. There was only one lawyer at home, a he was, we regret to state, confined to his Co°*. All the rest were taking an out" to the Uqtry. The older and most corpulent were R ^P^hed to do duty on the plains of Llanwnda and l°wer parts of Llandwrog. The younger diaf ?nost nhnble were despatched to the rocky of tu'Cfc °* Llapberis and Nantlle. The juveniles the f Pro^ess*oa seemed to have largely enjoyed TV T âT CEFN. is IKON WORKS.âThe trade at the Ironworks steadily progressing, and preparations are ue for having these works in full operation. &HEEP KILLED ON THE RAILWAY.âOn Monday On t? ^arc^ ^th, a number of sheep got astray th Llangollen branch railway, and nine of em were killed by the 10 p.m. train. They ere the property of Mr. W. Hughes, Foundry. DENBIGH. t OCCIDENT.âIn the fair on Tuesday week a ady was unfortunately knocked down by a cow Blle however happily sustained little injury beyond j right. On the same day a horse, which was awing a coal waggon, fell down at the very Sor^°West P°iut of Yale-street, near the top; it happened also that although it was the busiest shot °* a cart *oac* bricks had been thf> very P°int? the result being that until har Se cou^ he got out of the shafts and re- cnthe busiest part of the street was c°«>pletely blocked. THE ? AWKWARD CUSTOMER.âOn the morning of ent J (^he fair day) a Welsh black cow Val F shop of Mr. W. Davies, stationer, t0 ^"Street, and proceeded, without interruption, Cf0 furthest end of the room, which is artn hooks, papers, and fancy glass hardl68' ⢠sPaCe middle of the room is alth S'x *eet w^e' kut sornehow the cow, and 0ligk of a good size, managed to turn round a"(' slowly walked out without doing the least age. the âThere was a very large attendance at Sold °n. Tuesday, March 9th, and animals did a hrisk rate. Cattle were numerous, but Q. ?°t sell so harp as on the previous fair. J$eef milch cows fetched from £ 14 to £ 23. *hontl!iaS scarce- Armour did not hold his a8 y auction. Horses were rather few, and, uyers were numerous, prices were good. sr:e good cart horse fetched £55. There was a The SUPP^y °f sheep selling at about 31s. or so. 8jlcj5e AVas & good supply of pigs on Wednesday, ^erg selling at from 18s. to 24s. per head, at rKET.-âThere was a numerous attendance the ra* lnar'iet 011 Wednesday week. Owing to dirtv ln^ Weather, the streets were exceedingly Ther aU<^ Very uncomf°rtable for pedestrians, at thf Was a ^arge number of farmers and dealers last «?°r,a, mai>ket. Wheat sold rather slowly at harW £ 8 pricesâ14s. to 15s. per hobbet; beans ^tched 10s. to 14s.; oats, 7s. 9d. to 9s. 6d to ]_8' s* to 15s.; vetches, 24s.; clover seed, 7d. P°tato(5e! i1^' There was a g°od suppiy of Fresh if fe'hng at from 16s. to 18s. per hobbet. so^ at *s- 9d. to Is. lid. per lb.; ge ls' ^-5 small tubs, Is, 6d.

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