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f .tj CARNARVON. MR TRISTEM SPRY CARLYON (son of Major Car- lycn, late 3rd Dragoon Guards), at present residing at Bryn E^lwys, LInniaglan, nea" Carnarvon, is, we are glad. to see, re-appointed to the 5th Bat- talion Rifle B/igade (the Prince Consort's Own). Lieutenant Carlyon left them to joia the 13th Hussars âRoyal Cornwall Gazette. SUICIDE NEAII CARNARVON.â.ilr J. Roberts held an inquest ou Mondav ilight upon the bo iy of Owen Owens, mdler, Felin We: Llanrug. who committed suicide by hanging himself on Satur da? It was shown that the deceased had been n a 'depressed state of mind owing to pecuniary difficulties, and the jury found that he was temporarily insane at the time of his death. CARNARVON TRAINING COLLEOE.âThe ans.r<tl meeting of the governors w;;s iield in private on Thursday, at the Palace, St. Asapb. Those present included the Bishop of St, Asaph, the Lean of Bangor," Ch-mceilor Lwia. Dolgelley; Archdeacon Stuart, RevD. Levis, Tr fnnnt; Rev J. Price, Trefdraeth; Canon Richardson, Rev W. H. W.'l- liams, Bodelwy&dan; Rev J. Sidney Boucher, head- master, &c. t COUNTY MAGISTRATES' CornT.âAt this Saturday, Thomas Herbert, tailor and drspc Ebenezer, was summoned for purchasing a na from a person not licensed to sell game. Mr J. Allanson prosecuted Oil behalf of Mr A>.t>a0-.0iJ Smith, Vaynol, and Mr J. A. Hughes defended Mr Allanson said the defendant purchased tn- hare from th-ee little boys, who had caught some -P hares upon Bigil farm. â f?or the defence it was stated that the bo who brought the hare said be had found it in a dog's mouth. The bench fined Herbert 20s and costs, and said that the practice of buying gams from small boys was a very repre- y4 hensible ore, inasmuch as it encouraged poaching among young boys, who ought to oe at school. THE CARNARVONSHIRE HUJST STEEPLECHASES were held to-day (Thursday) on Pengelli faryj, near this town. Full report of the proceedings will appear in our next. MOlnAR LITERARY SOCIETY.âAt the above so- ciety held on Wednesday Light a debate took place on Is poetry declining by the advauce- ment of civilization ?" Mr D. Davies (Tremlyn) tonk up the affirmative side and Mr D. Edwards, Expreti Office, the negative. At the conclusion a division was take; when a majority was found on the negative. SALEM LITERARY SOCIET V. -At the above society held on Tuesday Light, under the presidency of the Rev E. H. Evans, an excellent addre s was delivered by the Rev J. A. Roberts, B.D., on Things to avoid." "THE OPIUM TRADE IN CHINA."âAt the Pen- dref Chapel oa Wednesday night an interesting lecture was delivered on the above subject by the Rev. D. Oliver, Holywell. Mr H. Pugh, Llysmeir- ion, presided. BOROUGH SESSIONS.âAt these sessions on Mon- day a charge of larceny was preferred against Morris Hughes, a seaman. On Saturday night the accused broke into the cabin of the Bagatelle fishing smack, which was in the harbour, and stole a quantity of butter and tea When accused, he acknowledged his guilt, stating that he took the goods because he had no money. He was sen- tenced to fourteen days' hard labour. CARNARVON BOARD OF GUARDIANS. The fort- nightly meeting was held on Saturday,âMr J. Thomas in the chair. A letter was read from Mr Jones, the county treasurer, with reference to a complaint made at the previous meeting as to the county rate of Carnarvonshire as compared with Anglesey, and that the guardians received no statement of the county expenditure. The county surveyor promised to forward a statement of the county receipts and expenditure similar to that furnished to the Local Government Board, The tender of Mr Henry Edwards was accepted for certain repairs at the workhouse. The clerk (Mr J. H. Thomas) reported the fortnightly relief to be zC373 16s; non-settled poor, 124 18s; treasurer's balance, JE691 3s LOCAL LAW SUIT. In the Barrow-m-Fur- ness Times of November 23rd, 1882, there appears the following paragraph:â well-known law-ûzhters Mr John T. Wil- liams, late of Millom, and Mr C. T. Clark, solicitor, of Lancasterâhave come to a collision. The case of Williams v. Clark will come on for hearing at the new law courts in the course of a few weeks, and many people will be looking for the result of the trial. Mr Williams claims .the sum of JE10000 for damages, &c., and he is for conducting his own case throughout without a solicitor or counsel."âIt appears that the above Mr Williams is Mr John Trevor Williams, Nurth- road, in this town, and that the action has been instituted in order to recover damages tor injury caused by the defendant making a com- promise in the action of Williams v Meakin and others at the Lancaster Assizes in 1879.

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