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THE FERRY, BRIDGE, A NO 3ATHS

---CARNARVONSHIRE QUARTER…

TH'E CHARGE.

LLEYX WOUNDING CASE.

A MOTORIST'S APPEAL.

A SERIOUS CHARGE «

r MUNICIPAL ELECTIONSI I i

! CARNARVON.

I CONWAY, I

i PWLLHELI.

DARING STATION THEFT AT LLANDUDNO

PWLLHELI BOARD OF GUARDIANS

A RUNAWAY HORSE

CURIOUS GAS EXPLOSION AT CONWAY

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-----------DEPTH OF SIR JOHN…

STORY OF HIS LIFE.

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STORY OF HIS LIFE. Sir John was 78 years of age, having been born on June 2nd, 1830, at Llanfair, Dyffryn Clwyd, being the eldest son of Mr John Pules- ton, of Plasnewydd, Ruthin. He married in 1857 Margaret, the daughter of the Rev Edward Lloyd, of iLlanfyllin. B)J was one of his (Majesty's Lieutenants for the City of London and a J.P. for Denbighshire, and from 1874 to 1892 he represented Devonport in Parliament in the Conservative interest. There is little doubt he was a descendant of one of the branches of the Puleston if,amily which came ovor to Wales with Edward the First and set- tied in Emral, in Flintshire. The family de- rived* their name from Puleston, in the parish of Newport, Salop, where they settled in the early part of the thirteenth century. A branch of the family went to reside at Carnarvon, pro- bably on the appointment of the then Sir John Puleston as Constable of the Cattle, an office which the Knight ju&t deceased had filled since the year 1890.

LIKE A ROMANCE, j I

BUS IWDRK FOR W ALES.

CONNECTION WITH CARNARVON.j

WHO WILL BE HIS SUCCESSOR.

ANGLESEY QUARTER SESSIONS

APPOINTMENT.

TH GRAND JURY.

THE CHARGE,

A HOUSE BREAKING CHARGE.

FISHING IN CARNARVON BAY |—_

HOUNDS.I

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I FOOTBALL NOTES

I ====== WESLEYAN CENTENARY…

LIPTON'S DIVIDEND.

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SHIPPING --.

PORTMADOC,

Family Notices

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