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BALA. COUNTY COUNCIL.âThe election of a county councillor for Bala Division to fill up the vacancy caused by the eievaaon of Mr Richard Jones to the aldermanic chair took place on Fridav, the 15th Feb. There were two Candidas in the iield Mr Evan Jones, Mount-place. Liberal, and i ll i.dw aid Wat'kin, Rhiwlas agent, Independent. Great lnreres was manifested during the day by partisans Ox eacn candidate. There are al>out 312 names on the teas** .w £ ich JfcO polled. The result was made known about K.M, and. v as, K Watkin, 147 Evan Jones, 132; majority for atkins, 15. There was one bad vote only. 7, SuDDiiK DEATK.~Early on Monday morning, i<eo. loth, gloom was cast over the town by the announcement of the very sudden death of Mr Ricnara Jones, J.P., of Plasyracre, RaJa, which took place between six and seven a.m. that morning. Mr Jones, who was greatly esteemed by all parties high and low, Churchmen as well as Radicals, was a. native of Bala, was brought up as a draper, which business htTcarried on with great prosperity and credit till a few years back when, he retired in favour of his brother. Mr Jones married Anna Maria Jones, daughter of the late Mrs Jones, Tytanderwen, who was connected with the old liasyndre family, but she did not live many years, thus Mr Jones was left a widower several years ago. He was made a Justice of the Peace for the county of Merioneth. He also held the following public offices: Chairman of the Board of Guardians, Bala Local Board, Llanycil School Board, a governor of Bala Grammar School, treasurer of the C.M. College, Baia, besides host of other such offices was a deacon in the C.M. Chapel. As will be seen above Mr Jones attended the .board ot Guardians and Petty Sessions on Saturday ano ail the services at chanal on Sunday, but about two on Monday morning his medical adviser was summoned, but he, as already stated, died between six and seven a.m. of heart disease, at the age SPECIAL PETTY SKSSIONS.âOn Saturday, 16th Feb., before C'ant. E. C. Jones and Richard Jones, Esq., Ihomas Cooper, a powerfully built Irishman, was charged wu.li begging at Llanycil Rectory on Friday morning, and his insolence alarmed the servant, who went to call her master who was at breakfast. The Rector at once went out when the man faced up to him, but the Hector is a most muscuxar ana strong man, warned him off. Information was given to the police and the man was followed and taken into custody and was now charged by P.C. R. Owen, Llaiiuwehilyn, with begging. He was found guilty aud sentenced to twenty-one days' hard labour.

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THE GLASGOW WELSH UNION.

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