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THE TOWYN BIGAMY CASE.

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PWLLHELI.

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PWLLHELI. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17.â Present: Mr. B. T. Ellis, chairman, the Revs. Thomas Jones, R.D., ex officio, and T. Hardy Richards, Messrs. Lewis Williams, Thomas Pritchard, John Thomas Jones, W. Williams, Denio, John Williams, Borth- wnog, John Williams, Llanbedrog, John Hughes, David Pritchard, H. Tudwell Davies, John Jones, Robert Jones, Aberdaron, Michael Jones, Robert Jones, Llannor, John Pritchard, O. G. Williams, Henry Griffith, Griffith Owen, William Roberts, William Parry, Griffith Hughes, Evan Williams, Wm. Williams, Llanystumdwy, Owen Davies, Thomas Ellis, Richard Roberts, Carnguwch, Owen Owens, Rowland Jones, John Parry, and Robert G. Jones, assistant clerk. Financial.-Paid in out-door relief during the past fort- night, by Mr. Richard Jones, Criccieth district, CG9 15s. 6d. number relieved, 227 cheques granted for current fortnight, k70. Mr. E. T. Griffith, Pwllheli district, B102 Is. 6d. number relieved, 377 cheques, IC95. Mr. Wm. Roberts, Nevin district, £84 9s. 9d, and Mr. Thos. Griffith, Aberdaron district, £ 40 15s. 6d. A county rate of tl95 lis. 9^d. will become payable on May 25. Maintenance.âMr. W. T. Jones, collector of the amounts contributed by relatives towards the maintenance of their relations who are in receipt of parochial relief, presented his report for the year ended the 25th March, from which we find that he collected the sum of 9129 9s. 5d. The sum of £ 212 2s. which used to be paid to paupers had been dis- continued, in consequence of relations taking their rela- tives off the parishes when proceedings were taken against them. The cost of collection, &c., was J626 13s. 6d., and the nett gain to the Union was therefore JE314 17s. lid. The Chairman and Vice-cha -Air. B. T. Ellis was elected chairman for the current year, and Messrs. Thomas Prichard and John Thomas Jones, vice-chairmen, unanimously. SPECIAL COUNTY MAGISTRATES' COURT, APRIL 12.-Before Mr. Owen Evans. Begging.âP.C. Henry Jones v. Isaac Anderson, and Patrick McDonald.âCommitted for fourteen days. APRIL 17-Before Mr. F. W. Lloyd Edwards, and the Rev. Thomas Jones, R.D. Larceny.âMary Griffith Williams, Llangian, was charged with stealing a dress piece, the property of Mr. Edward Wilson, draper, Penlan-street, Pwllheli, on April 10.âEnoch Jones, ship carpenter, said that this day week, lie saw prisoner meddling with some goods out- side the shop window of Mr. Wilson, and saw her take a piece away, but did not know what it was. Mr. Wilson and another man came out of the shop, and he (witness) asked Mr. Wilson if the piece taken away by prisoner was hers. Mr. Wilson followed prisoner, tapped her on the back, and asked her to go back to the shop, as he wanted to speak to her. She followed him to the shop door, and then threw the stuff to him. She then went up the street. There was a pile of goods opposite Mr. Wilson's window, and the piece taken by prisoner was on the top. She carried the piece under her arm very coolly. Mr. Edward Wilson and P.C. Thomas Rowland having I given evidence, the prisoner waa committed to take her trial at the next quarter sessions, but was liberated on bail.

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