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THE TITHE WAR IN FLINTSHIRE.

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THE TITHE WAR IN FLINTSHIRE. DISTRAINTS NEAR MOLD. Mr Peterson was very busily engaged on Wednesday in making distraints for tithes due to the Rev. Watkin Williams vicar of Nan- nerch, near Mold, and the proceedings caused a good deal of exci ement in the locality. At Fenbedw Ucha Farm, the occupant, Mrs Lloyd, is about £ 70 in arrear, and here three stacks and several c >ws and heifers were distrained upon At Brynycrfynon farm, there was a sharp tussle between the tenant and Mr Peterson, the latter insisting upon going over the fences as the gates were locked. At Blaenycwm, the tenant actually flooded a meadow, and Mr Peterson and the emergency men had to go to the farm by a circuitous route two miles out of the way. Nantycwm was the only place where the crowd became threatening but, acting on the advice of Cap- TU ,I18' Bradley solicitor and Mr fi? ⢠^or§an\Liberal agent, the crowd ceased CAI611" attitune, and amused them- ves by blowing horns and hooting. After taking a luncheon at the Cross Keys Inn, Mr Peterson distrained on a stack of straw belong- ing to the lrndlord of that house.

I ST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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VERY MUCH MARRIED.

. A LUCKY ANSWER.

»■-A GALLANT GAMECOCK.

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