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THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS

' ST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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IFLINTSHIRE ASSIZES.

WHO ORDERED THE MILITARY ?

RHYL " PLEASANT EVENINGS."

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THE SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY.

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¡ALLEGED OUTRAGE BY AN EMERGENCY…

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ALLEGED OUTRAGE BY AN EMER- GENCY MAN AT CWM. In the House of Commons, on Monday, Mr Samuel Smith asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether the report was true that at a farm named Marian Bach, situate in the parish of Cwm, in the county of Flint, during a settlement of tithe on Thursday, the 9th February, a Mrs Davies, wife of'the farmer, while standing in her own doorway was either struck or pushed in the breast by an emergency man until she reeled backwards ftud fell, and that the superintendent in charge of the police h&d to take him by the collar and remove him in order to prevent a breach of the peace.âMr Matthews I have received a a report from the Chief Constable of Flintshire, who informs me that the datR of the occurrence was the 26th January, and not the 9th of February, as stated in the question, and that not one of the allegations are founded on fact. On the contrary, the emergency man was assaulted by Mrs Davies, who rushed at him and struck him. He parried the blow, and she then retired (laughter).

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XlOW liVNPownER IS JVXADE.

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WELSH DISTRICT NEWS.

WISE AND OTHERWISE. - -

ST. DAVID'S DAY,