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--- THE LICENSING BILL

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.

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.

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A HOUSE BREAKING CHARGE. The jury found a true bill against. Albert (Edwards (30), labourer, who was charged with having broken into the counting house of John Strachan, in the parish of Pentraeth, -and hav- ing stolen therefrom certain articles. On being floxmally charged the prisoner pleaded guilty to three indictments. Mr S- R. Dew, who appeared for the prose- cution, stated for the benefit of the prisoner that when the man Howard discovered him in the office he left him there and locked the door, leaving his bicycle there, while he went in search of assistance. On his return he found his bicycle there, but the prisoner had gone. The prisoner evidently calculated that he would have escaped, as he left the following letters behind him I "I am leaving this so that no suspicion I may fall upon your clerk. I congratulate you on the quality Off biscuits you lunch with. I am hungry and going to partake I of them, otherwise I would not touch them. 'You will find the bike left outside the Post Office, Bangor. Sorry if it inoon- vened any of you. I have tried your safe. 1 I have cracked many, but my gelatine was 'bad. May give you a further visit later on. i Yours truly, Liverpool Ned." A further letter was found, which was as kollorws "I am also taking privilege of washing and changing my shirt. If 1 am disturbed my shooter will be handy. I will give fair warning to any man that "may approach me; if they are wise will hesitate, and if they are reckless they wilT face their God." In reply to Sir Richard the prisoner said that he was from Montgomeiyshire, was in the army for 11 years. His discharges were stolen from him in a lodging-house. Six Richard stated that he had read the prisoner's statement over. It was exceedingly well written, and shows that he is a very well educated man. TL was a great pity that he made a. fool of hi nself in that way. He sentenced him to one month's imprisonment with hard' labour.

FISHING IN CARNARVON BAY |—_

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