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MOLD. SHOT AT THE MOLD P.JOT.-On Monday afternoon the funeral took place at the Mold Cemetery of Mr. Robert Kean, aged 80 years, well-known as a foreman ironfounder of leng and varied experience. It is interesting to recall that on the 2nd June, 1869, Kean watched the Mold Riots from the steps of the English Congregational Church. On the first volley fired upon the rioters by the military, Kean was shot in the left shoulder, the bullet ultimately lodging in the door of the church. His widow survives him, after 61 years of married life. ALLEGED BRUTAL ASSAULT. On Friday, before the Mold justices, Elizabeth Morris, widow, of Llynypandy Farm, Mold, was remanded charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm upon her aged sub-tenant, Margaret Jones, also a widow. Mr. Simon, who prosecuted, j alleged that on Monday a dispute occurred as to the tenancy, and that accused struck Mrs. Jones on the head with a stone, causing a large wound and fracturing her skulL Dr. Wilson said the patient would be unfit to appear for about a month. DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.âWe regret to record the death of Mrs. Arabella Williams, relict of the late Mr. William Williams, stonemason, which took place at the age of 68 years at the residence of her brother- in-law, Mr. Robert Edwards, carrier, High- street. Deceased was the youngest daughter of Mr. John Lloyd, architect of this town, and was married late in life to Mr. William Williams, at that time engaged in an extensive business as a stonemason. About three years ago Mrs. Williams was injured in a trap accident, which it is believed permanently affected her health. The funeral took place at the parish churchyard on Monday. MRS. BONIFACE ASSAULTS A CUSTOMER'S Wi-pic.-Before the Mold justices, on Monday, Charlotte Williams, wife of the landlord of the Hand Inn, Tryddyn, was summoned for assault- ing Mary Jane Williams, a married woman, also of Tryddyn.âComplainant's case was that on Thursday she went to the Hand to fetch her husband, who had then been in the house three hours. On entering the house she saw her husband asleep in the kitchen, and when she remonstrated with Mrs. Williams for serving a drunken person, defendant struck her on the eye and pushed her out of the house.â Defendant's version was that the complainant's husband had only been in the house half an hour when she came in. She commenced to use a nasty tongue," and as she refused to go out she (defendant) pushed her.âDefendant was ordered to pay a fine and costs amounting to ZCI. FREEMASONRT PRESENTATION TO THE W.M.- The brethren of Sir Watkin Lodge, Mold, No. 1477, celebrated the festival of St. John on Monday, when Bro. J. Wynne Williams was re- installed Worshipful Master for the ensuing twelve months. The installing master was Bro. E. H. Thomas, I.P.M. Independence Lodge, No. 721, Chester. The Worshipful Master after- wards appointed and invested his officers as follows:âI.P.M., Bro. P. Harding Roberts; S.W., Bro. S. Beresford, P.M.P.P.G.A.P.; J.W., Bro. D. Cruickshank chaplain, Bro. J. P. Poole Hughes, P.M.P.G.S.; treasurer, Bro. Thomas Williams, P.M.P.P.G.A.P.; secretary, Bro. W. B. Rowden, P.M.P.G.S.; S.D., Bro. G. H. Simon; J.D., Bro. R. Morris; I.G., Bro. G. O. M. Lunt; organist, Bro. W. H. Bostock S.S., Bro. H. St. John Raikes; J.S., Bro. E. J. Hughes. Bro. J. Wynne Williams was presented with a P.M. jewel by the brethren in appreciation of his services to the lodge during the past year. Among the visiting brethren were Bro. Newton Fisk, secretary, P.P.G.S. Square and Compass Lodge, 1,336; Bro. Algernon Potts, P.S.G.W., North Wales and Shropshire; Bro. Joseph Potts, W.M. Clarence Lodge, 2,386; Bro. R. T. Powell, I.P.M.P.G.S. Square and Compass Lodge, 1,336; and Bros. T. Samuel and S. R. Johnson, of the same lodge. The usual banquet was afterwards held at the Black Lion Hotel. The usual loyal and Masonic toasts were duly honoured, and a very pleasant evening was spent, interspersed with songs, the accompaniments being played by Bro. W. H. Bostock.

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