LLYSFAEN.|1888-03-24|Rhyl Record and Advertiser - Welsh Newspapers Online
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LLAN ASA.

MILITARY MARRIAGES IN FRANCE.

ANOTHER GEORGE WASHINGTON.

LLYSFAEN.

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LLYSFAEN. ALLEGED ATTACKS upoiq COUNTY COUET B -At the Conway County Court, before "his Honour Judge Horatio Lloyd, among the judgement sum- monses were several from Llysfaen, two or three of the defendants being Llariddulas lions. His Hqxt- our remarked to the wife of one of the defendants that he (the judge) understood that there had been considerable troublfe in executing the warrants issued by the Court at Llysfaen, the bailiffs being attacked by having huge stones thrown at them by some quarrymen. If the parties were brought be- fore him, he would punish them to the full extent the law allowed. Mr Roe-Browne, who represented the judgement creditor, said they experienced great difficulty in serving the summonses, and there were three not yet served. The Registrar (Mr William Jones), said that the ba were afraid to go into the quarry to execute the warrants. His Hon- our said that the bailiffs would be protected, and he would punish anyone interfering with them. It was stated that when the bailiffs went to the quarry to execute a warrant of com- mitment against one of the workmen they were attacked by the quarrymen with stones. The offi- cers were forced to beat a hasty retreat, and go very early on the follywing momihg with the police before the process of the court could be executed.

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LECTURE BY MR. JOSEPH MUDD.

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SHARP PRACTICE ON A SON.

THEATRICALS IN BURMAH.

RESIGNATION OF THE REV. D.…

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A WELSH TORY PROGRAMME.

THE BAND QUESTION.

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"LORD" WELLINGTON IN DIFFICULTY.

A GENERAL WHO ROSE FROM THE…