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- UP AND DOWN THE COAST. 1

LLANIDLOES NOTES.

CARNARVONSHIRE ASSIZES.I

. THE COLLIERY ACCIDENT IN…

MERIONETHSHIRE ASSIZES. I

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FFESTINIOG.

CARNARVON.

DO IIYDDELEN AND VICINITY.

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DO IIYDDELEN AND VICINITY. A VERY SUDDEN and unexpected death was the report from No. 1 shaft on Dolyddelen side of the mountain on Saturday morning, Jan. 18. A man of the name of Hugh Parry, a native of Llys Dulas, Pensarn, Anglesey, was caught by a fit of drowsiness. He took his seat on a box close by in the tunnel, fainted, fell backward, and died. He left a wife and four children. He was thirty-five years old. TEMPERANCE, or rather Good Templar meetings, were held last week at Penmachno, Trefriw, Tal-y-bont, Panty Tudur, Gwytherin, Llangerniew, Bettws-y-coed, and Cwm mawr, Penmachuo. Plenydd, the Rev. R. M. Jones, Mr. Thomas Jones, and others, joined this war on whisky. They went on pilgrimage, like the Mahometans to Mecca. COLD WEATHER still rules. It is freezing hard all the time. BUTTER weight at Llanrwst market does not seem to change. Some farmers cling still to the old fashion in weights and measures. Eighteen and nineteen ounces to the pound some old farmers like much better than the six- teen ounces. Butter was sold at the rate of Is. 4d. for a pound of sixteen ounces, and ls. 6d. for a pound of eighteen ounces, but buyers bought the old fashioned pound much sooner than the other. ELLIS O'R NANT.

MACHYNLLETH.

CARDIGAN.

LLANBISDER.

TREGARON.

ABERYSTWYTH.

PORTDINORWIO.

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