CONWAY.|1883-02-02|The North Wales Express - Welsh Newspapers Online
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INFRINGING THE SUNDAY CLOSING…

ANOTHER CASE FROM PONTLYFNI.

DENBIGH.

CONWAY.

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CONWAY. FATAL ACCIDENT.—A sawyer, named John Whitley, aged 73 years, a native of Rhyl (but who has been residing at Oon^way for numy years), in the employ of the London and North. -.Western Company, on Saturday morning, about seven o'clock whilst crossing the line at the station to go to bis work on the railway, was knocked dot»n and run. over by a shunting train and killed in- stantaneously. In the afternoon Mr J. H. Ro- berts, Carnarvon, the coroner, held an irclilest at the Police Station, when a veriict of Accidental death was returned. THE LIBEKAL ASSOCIATION.—The annual meeting of the above association was held at the school- room of the Independent Chapel on Friday evening last, when Mr Edward Jones, Stanley Buildings, presided. Mr Owen [Jones proposed Mr J. Jones, Lancaster-square, as chairman for the ensuing i, ear. Mr Jackson seconded this, and it was unanimously carrier!. Mr John Robe-ts was elected vice-chairman; Messrs Thomas Abram, Castle View-Hotel, and D. Jones, District Bauk, .vere re-elected as secretary and treasurer. It was proposed by Mr E Jones and seconded by Mr W. Roberts, that the general and executive committee be composed of the same gentlemen as last year, with Messrs D. Jones, Thomas Roberts, and Capt. Jones added thereto. This was unani- mously carried. After the usual thanks to the chairman and others for their valuable services the meeting terminated. TowN COUNCIL.-On Tuesday last a special meeting was held for the purpose of taking i,, to consideration the question of offering a portion of the Morfa free of charge to the Higher Education Committee (Wales) for the site of the proposed college. The following members were present:- TI'ü Chairman, Edward Jones, Dr Pritchard. Wm. Jones (B.), Thomas Abram, and H. Lewis. It was proposed by r Pritchard that a portion of the u d he offered to the ab've committee free of charge for the above stated purpose. This was seconded by Councillor Thomas Abram, and carried unanimously.

LLANDUDNO.

BANGOR.

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J THE NORTH WALES COLLEGE.

DEATH OF OAYAIN ALAW. ;

EVADING THE LIVERPOOL POLICE…

THE MOON AND HER INFLUENCE…

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IPROCTER'S AND CTOT^AL NEW:-…

GERMANY AND DUXAIASK.

REPRESENTATION OF POET ARLINGTON.

THE DANUBIAN COMMISSION.

IRISH LAND QUESTION.

ACTION AGAINST THE " WORLD."

MISCELLANEOUS.

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NORTHERN WELSH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.