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A TESTIMONIAL IN AID OF ELLIS PIERCE (ELIS O'R NANT), DOLWYDD. ELEN." SIB,âThe above forms the heading of an adver- tisement, incorporating an appeal, which appears Weekly in the Baner. The advertisement, with the appeal, tends to mislead the reader, insomuch as the testimonial is said to be got up towards cc paying the expenses of an action brought against him (that is, against Elis o'r Nant), at the last Ohfester Assizes, for a libel on Mr O. E. Parry, Dolwyddelen, the coat of which (namely, the ItSton) will be about £ 250.. Be it known, however, to the public that Mr O. E. Party never did bring any action whatever against Mr Ellis Pierce, but solely against Messrs Thomas Gee and Son, the proprietors and pub- lishers of the Baner, and that it was Messrs Gee and Son who, in eonformity with the-laws of our Country, were ordered to pay the damages and the ieavy costs in consequence. Of course, I know ttot what private arrangement there may be between Mr Ellis Pierce and Mr Thomas Gee and Soft, if indeed there be such an arrangement, but of this I am certain, that it was not Elis o'r Nant Who was mulcted in the above damages and costs, but Messrs Thomas Gee and Son. As the solicitor of Mr Parry in the action men- tioned, I have considered it my duty to make known that it was not against Mr Ellis Pierce, but ainst Messrs Thomas Gee and Son, that Mr Parry was forced to bring the action referred to. What explanation it is possible either the one or the other may afford Ou the subject of this testimonial, introduced to the public, I have no idea, but I ftbmit the foregoing facts to the reader, lest any- one be mislead.âYours, &c., CHAS. A. JONES. Carnarvon, 13th October, 1882. WEATHER FORECASTS FOR NOVEMBER, 1882. SIKI,âA map of the heavens for the lunation Jhich takes place at 11.20 p.m. on the 10th of ^overdber next indicates that the state of the leather for the ensuing month v< ill _be generally ^°ld, stormy, and unsettled m the United King. ^OQi. At the very moment of the lunation, Nep* tune, Saturn, Mars, Sun, and Moon, will be ar, and when planets are angular they are kore powerful. Neptune and Saturn are retro- grade in the sign 1. aurus, and are located in the 10th house or ou the meridian, and in the southern agle of the heavens. Mars,Sun,and Moon are in the alM Scorpio, and in the 4th house or on the lower aian. and in the northein angle of the heavens, in opposition to Saturn, and this position *8 certain to produce terrific and disastrous storms the United Kingdom, and great earthquakes iu l°*eign parts of the world. The equal declination the Sun and Saturn on the 7th is likely to pro- duce very cold and stormy weather on or near the i°ove date. The solar sextile of Uranus on the j 5th, and the solar opposition of Saturn on the >?th, together with the trine aspect of Saturn to H*anus on the 16th, cannot fail to produce very temperature, terrific storms, and much snow Wet in the North. The equal declination f fj and Saturn on the 23rd, and the oppo- ^*ion of Mercury to Saturn on the 25th, brings e*y stormy and cold weather. The opposition < i I Mars to Saturn on the 5th is likely to produce 1, aijul storms in the Uniteo KINGDOM, ani des- tructive earthquakes in foreign ptuts. I mnoi discover any signs whatever of u ..eh fcir LLd dry I' weather in November, but quite the reverse, the i) < nth will be a remarkable one for much cold, stormy, and very unsettled weather, and I think it will be the worst November we have had for many years. ORION. BANGOR AND CARNARVON NUISANCES. S,lt,-We, in Carnarvon, have many things in common wta Bangor, and among oilier things we have our nuisances in common. At present I will only refer to one of which the Bangor and Carnarvon people have to complain. Men of ordinary ioze and intelligence cannot walk the streets of the above towns without coming in contact with window-shades, or their frameworks, hanging or projecting from certain shop windows, to their utter discomfort and annoyance. Why the local authorities permit such irregularities I know not, except^that the two surveyors (Messrs Gill and Jones), being themselves rather of a dimi- nutive fcize, have never felt the inconvenience arising from what I call an intolerable nuisance. Is there no bye law by which the J: eight of these shades are regulated in either place ? Hoping this letter will attract the attention of those whom it may concern, that a remedy be found, and that Mr R. L. Jones and Mr Gill will rise to the Occasiou,I remain, your obedient servant, "FIVE FOOT TEN." Carnarvon, October 12th, 1882.

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