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Llanrwst. Trap Accident. On Tuesday last while Mr William Roberts (Graig goch, ebo), was returning from Llanrwst market, his horse shied when passing Melin-y-coed, result- ing in throwing Mr Roberts to the ground, who sustained a very serious fracture of the foot. Some time passed before Mr Roberts was found by some neighbours, who kindly conveyed him as quickly as possible to Llanrwst for medical attention, and we are glad to saylthat under the professional services of Dr Harrop Parry, he is progressing favourably. King's Head Temperance Hotel. The directors of this company have decided to offer 545 £ 1 shares at a premium of 105 each share to the public. No more than ten shares will be allotted to the same person, and the premiums are to be paid to the reserve fund. When these shares are sold, the paid-up capital will amount to 42,000. During the past three years a dividend of ten per cent. has been paid, and a reserve fund created in three years of nearly £200. Therefore, even with the 10s premium, shareholders will receive, at the present rate of dividend, seven per cent. interest on their outlay. Death of a Nonogenarian. Ox Wed- nesday afternoon last the funeral took place at the Sion Chapel Cemetery of the late Mrs Jones, who for many years carried on business at the Tros Avon Temperance Hotel, Station-road. About eighteen months ago Mrs Jones gave up business, and went to reside at Liverpool with her son, Mr Hugh Jones, builder and contractor. Her health commenced to fail during the last month or two, and on Saturday she died, at the ripe age of 96 years. The body was conveyed by train from Liverpool on Wednesday morning, and was met at the station by a large number of mourners. The Rev Williams, pastor of Tabernacle Chapel, officiated in the chapel and at the graveside. The funeral arrangements were carried out bv Mr Jeremiah Jones.

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