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» RUABON. &IR WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN'S CHARITIES.â a ⢠vJwen Slaney Wynne writes to contradict a WidY Unckai'i table report, which he says has been v, bnnv au<^ miscliievously circulated in this neigh- andfl0^' annual charitable gifts of beef Wv » f°r so many years distributed from ynnsUy at Christmas time, are compulsory and wi.70^nt'ary. Mr. Wynne very sensibly adds that to Watkin may continue to dispense charities Pre 6 really Reserve them, and which at the ^rne so many poor "people need, it is a great tho aiu^ doing poor people a serious wrong for wh° are placed in a position to know better Rood Q°k Vow require charity to interfere with the j;0 Mentions and the wants of others. In addition Wa charitable gifts of flannel, the beef which Sir Poo a^so £ iyes provides a dinner to about 3,000 than ^eoP^e' aQd such a gift cannot prove otherwise can a Messing to those who receive it, while it &°t be denied that it may interfere with the w^ich Sir Watkin derives from such a th» gift if wicked people persist in spreading thaf1^111-0111 ^at it is not a free charitable gift, but j, *8 comPelled to provide it. PTY SESSIONS, Friday.âBefore Edmund Peel, Edward Evans, Esq., and Archibald Peel, cr Mining Offence.âIsaac Evans, a charter- Coal n emPl°y °i" the New British Iron and Coal -P^pany, was charged with a breach of the Acto ea Regulation Act. Mr. T. Bennion ra n> who prosecuted, said the defendant un- a sk°t in the mine which had missed aQd by so doing he might have sacrificed the l3s° lives in the pit. Defendant was fined Tho^n^ Assault on a County Court Bailiff.â â \Vilr Griffiths and Wm. Thomas, were charged by jjjg. Jones, a County Court bailiff, with assault- cal when in the execution of his duty.âThe was dismissed. 10 Result of the Election at Rhos.âThe court of. eil?aged for some time in deciding a number Jarv'SaUlt cases arising out of the election. Levi Sao-/8 Tas summoned by Edward Tunnah, of the Wr es, 11 at Rhos. Levi Jarvis and Thos. Evans aHd\v-iS° 8ummoiled for assaulting Thomas Jones, a am VVilliams charg-edL Thomas Lewis with &Ud S\TU^'â^r* Ll. Kenrick appeared to prosecute, eyjj Copley Pierce defended.âFrom the ^or complainant it appeared that the al8o tV)auce arose in the Eagles Inn. It seemed 0fcW d a crow(i °f men led by Jarvis and the ti0Q pendants entered the house with the inten- killing all the Tories. This was resented, in eu Jarvis entered he struck Thomas Jones r°0 eye. The landlord, Tunnah, entered the patl-' an<i was assaulted by Jarvis and his com- ns-âThe defence urged was that the defen- Wain Were the persons assaulted, and not the com- fyag aQt,^jaryis saidhe went into the house and 4fterSsaulted with the fire-irons and the fender.â in e a long hearing Jarvis was fined 4s. and costs 2s J, Case, the other defendants being each fined 'bd- and costs.

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A CARNARVON.

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ABERGELE.

LLANBERIS.

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MR.. GLADSTONE AND HOME RULE.

HOME & FOREIGN CHIT-CHAT.

SHAKESPEARE'S FEMALE CHARACTERS.*

CORRESPONDENCE.

TAFFY'S ELECTION PROMISES.

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LATES L1 TELEGRAMS.

LOCAL MARKETS.

Family Notices

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" TAFFY'S " DEFENCE.

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