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DOLGELLEY.

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PORTMADOC. ALLEGED THEFT.âAt Portmadoc, on Friday, John Jones and David Ellis, men working with the ballast train, were brought before Major Mathew and Mr D. Griffiths, on a charge of stealing coal from a truck belong- ing to Mr Joseph Jones. Mr Poole, who represented the Cambrian Railways Company, not pressing the charge, as upon the face of the evidence given there appeared to have been no felonious intent on the part of the prisoners, the Bench bound them over in their own recognizances to appear when called upon. TOTAL WRECK OF A SCHOONEU.-Loss OF THREE LIVES. -At an early hour on Sunday morning last, the wind blowing heavy from the southwest, the schooner Miss Douglas, Captain David Thompson, of Silloth, and bound from Portmadoc to Silloth with a cargo of slates, struck on the Cumberland coast, at a point near Drigg, and became a total wreck, the captain and two of the crew meeting with a watery grave. Shortly before twelve o'clock on Sunday morning, the rocket brigade, under Captain Kelly, stationed at Whitehaven, pro- ceeded to the scene of the wreck, and were instrumental in saving the life of an ablebodied seaman named Charles Brown, a native of Sweden, the only survivor of the ill- fated crew. It appears the vessel left Portmadoc on Fri- day, December 23, and was owned by Mr Bennan, of Carlisle. RAILWAY SUPPER.-On Monday evening, the 2nd inst., the officials and employes of the Cambrian Railways in the Portmadoc district had a supper at the Commercial Hotel, most ably served up under the direction of Mr and Mrs Davies. The chair was occupied by Mr Poole (dis- trict superintendent), and Mr R. I. Jones, Tremadoc, was vice-chairman. The usual loyal toasts were given, and several songs enlivened the evening's proceedings, which terminated at an early hour. A very pleasant evening was spent. PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAY, Dec. 30.-Before John Jones, Esq., Owen Griffith, Esq., and Major Mathew. Drunk and Riotous. -Robert Roberts was charged by P.C. Thos. Williams with having been drunk and riotous at Beddgelert, on Dec. 3rd. He pleaded guilty, and was fined Is., and costs 10s. 6d. Cluirge of Stealing Coals. -John Jones and David Ellis, men working with the ballast train, were charged with having stolen coals from a truck belonging to Mr Joseph Jones. Mr Poole, who represented the Cambrian Rail- ways Company, not pressing the charge, as upon the face of the evidence given there appeared to have been no felonious intent on the part of the prisoners, the Bench bound them over in their own recognizances to appear when called upon. Licence. --The Bench granted a licence to John Pritchard for the Gelert Inn, the former licence having been sus- pended for some time. A Proposed Assistant Survei/or.âA letter was read from the magistrates of the petty sessional division of Pwllheli, asking the magistrates of Portmadoc petty sessional divi- sion to support an application about to be made for an assistant surveyor for that part of the county.

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LLANGOLLEN.

WELSHPOOL.

LLANIDLOES.

NEWTOWN.

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