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AS SURE AS EGGS IS EGGS.

AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF…

POOL QUAY.

LLANIDLOES.

CEMMAES.

NEWTOWN.

RUABON.

MACHYNLLETH.

BREACH OF THE SALMON FISHERY…

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BREACH OF THE SALMON FISHERY ACT. John Parry, Cemmaes, and David Evans, Cwmlline, were sum- moned for taking two salmon in the Dovey during the close season, namely, on January 26th. William Pearce, the river- watcher, proved the case. Neither defendant appeared, and a penalty ofe5 each. and cost-, was imposed. of cOütlFion on the back, in the lumbar region. There were three superficial scratches on the face. There were no external marks, but excessive tenderness in the abdomen. The tender- ness may have been caused by a fall or kick. I considered the man in a precarious condition for a fortnight after the occur- rence. He was in a dangerous state from the injuiies received on the abdomen, owing to acute inflammation in that region. I always had hopes of his ultimate recovery, but still he was in a preenrious state. I never considered him in actual danger of losing his life. Th state of his tongue would preve nt his telling at once of the injuries he had received. He could not articulate distinctly for some veeks, and even then I could with difficulty understand him. I had to remove the fragment of tongue the day after the injury was inflicted. The injury to the tongue might have been inflicted by someone getting hold of it and violently scratching it \\ith their nails or with a sharp aid hard instrument. The piece could not have been scooped out by the complainant himself. Certainly not. After this witness had been cross-examined, the case wns ad- journed until next sessions. The examination of the witnesses, who nearly all give their evidence in Welsh, will occupy a very considerable time. The Rev. J. Jones, of the Rhos, acted as in- terpreter, and the following witnesses have yet to be examined -James Jones, Plaswern, Ann Rogers, Joseph Watson, E izabeth Williams, Thomas Morgan, Solomon Williams, Hugh Jones, Rhos, Mrs Emma Manuel, Mary Jones, John Andrew Pruet, Robert Jone-i (draper), Edward Edwards, Rhos wh-rf, James Mellin, Mrs M. C, Smith, Mrs Mary Gittins, Mrs Ann Matthews, Mr William Simpson, Owen Hughes, Mrs Mary Morris, Mr John Owens, Edward Williams (collier), P.C. Jones, P.C. Burgess, Sergt. Jones, Edward Swinnerton, Alfred Povah, Lloyd Phillips, and Samuel Hayes.

TRAFFIC RETURNS.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

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