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ilOME OF THE FùLLY.

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WHOLESALE TIMBER STEALING.…

ST. ASAPH POLIUti COURT.

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DINNER AT THE MOSTYN HOTEL.

THE ROAD TO IMMORTALITY.

MOSTYN.

YANKEE HUMOUR.

IVQTHIN.

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THE BAND ON THE^PARADE^

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THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS

RHYL COUNTY COURT. YHoSfoAYr…

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RHYL COUNTY COURT. YHoSfoAYr iFr!fay)~;Before His Honoar Regis trar °liVCT <*»«*. £ Tn iU CLAIM FOE RENT. ^lizabptff ^raneis Gallagher against :accepUlp" moâ?hreSSed The defendant said she conld not p08tbJyp&y £1 a. month, a well to pay her lawful debts. lS Hononr thought the plaintiff had been Tel'J' lenIent to defendant, and made an order for 108. a month. A MONEY LENDING TRANSACTION, Roberdt?WThTS V* Jn0, and Hugh T. the sum of £ 9 XAhfTI hand the balance upon a note of Mr W DavifJ3 k' 1886> hy the two defendants. he lent the two defendants the sum of £10 who twice on account"8*0*7 D°t8' He tad »»eived 10s. whole o^theemoneyth^K^bmittf(1 Dearly contended that whit he b*fc the rate of 2s. 6d. per week ^terest at that inasmuch as nothing w^s Sid^ ^an8,ar*ttf the rate of interest- if tj ln the note M to a»a remarkefThat StftW Thomas deposed that be believed the 108. a month was part payment of principal and interest.-For 8ecurty f°* Thomas for one -His u receive one penny of the money. Roberts thaTnn unfortunate for the month Tv,1? ha.d, been taken at the end of and ? °f habd was ^in existence, to nL irfa must go against defendantsâThomas to pay 10s. per month and Roberts 6s. DISTRICT NEWS. in ?he'fl8f^nf'r^r ^eteâ¢on commenced distraining hPr Of ) 0f Clwyd' where there are a great num- ber of farmers m arrear. Mr Peterson was aSom- halfl rl 8°mereight emergency men and about P i°e °fficers under Superintendent lediatelv' T!' h £ weVer> the scene almost im- ann tV.o ^>e8'an at Llanf wrog, near Ruthin, nd then proceeded to the adjoining parishes The* eTir/iDg di8tfars in 811* ^oTthe'JgZ est resistance was offered* elà resistance was offered* fridethTTHWiftii Plrie8t °f tbe Church of St. Wini- J '^as wniten a new history of St. "Lr*the tM,oM tiiS^f^S ^a|held Friday in eonnec Welsh Cal vin J"10^k/r °Ur mem°rial stones at the T ValvuPtlc Methodist Chapel, Talsarn, near SSdSn° JUDC?T The Rer JamTDo! lYirl W M-preTded- The Btoneswere respectively laid by Miss Jones, Junction Hotel, ifo Johi Jones, Central-Buildings, Llandudno, Mrs James ?°nDeV nWy 4a' a»d Mr Edward Jones, Mayor of Pwllheli. -waru On Friday evening a well-attended Liberal meet- £ !Jia8T?eJdln the" Gladstone" Room, Hotel, Llangollen, under the presidency of Mr W. following resolution was unan- ltnously passed;â'That this meeting approves of trn, CoUQcil of the West Denbigh. shire Liberal Association of Mr Tavlor as the Lib- SadolSa,e tu* wer? -° SeC^re his ^turn." Resolutions RnlI UD!mim°u8ly passed supporting Home Rule, condemning Coercion, and strongly denounc- â¢n onduct of Colouel Cornwallis West- in op- poting- the motion of Mr Rathbone to appoint » ml f Tu tteâ¬f0r Walee' Arrangements were ?r oldiug a great Liberal demonstration at an early date, and the most satisfactory reports were received of the continued success of the Iiiberal blub recently established in the town. At Conway, last week, a man named Richard Williams, aged forty, was committed to prison for two months for annoying people in the neighbour- houd. it appears that the prisoner, although & married man, wished to pay his addressee to a Misa of Bryncyfrin Farm. The people at the farm were in fear of the defendant, and the prosecutor (Mr Ellis) could not leave home in case defendant turned up, which he did at all times of the day and night. The defendant, upon being asked what he had to say, said he was sorry he had caused any annoyance. I cannot help it," he said, some- thing tells me I must do it. There is something in me-I can't pnt it in Englishâsaying, Cais dy asen (seek thy rib), and the moment I am told it must go and seek Miss Ellis. I am very sorry or it, I cannot help it. I go there without think- ing of any danger. I am like a man in a fogy going towards a light if he sees it before him."

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. ~ \———-

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RHYL.

THE TITHE CAMPAIGN.

THE SILVER WEDDING OF THEI…

ST. ASAPH.