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DENBIGH.

ABERGELE.

BSYMBO AND BROUGHTON.

CEFN AND RHOSYMEDRE.

CHIRK.

CORWEN.

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CORWEN. THE STATIONJIASTER.âMr. Buckton, formerly of Llangollen, who has been for many years station- master at Corwen, has accepted a promotion from the directors of the Great Western and has removed to Birmingham. He had earned the respect and good opinion of the Company and the public. He will be eucceeded at Corwen by Mr. Morris, formerly stationmaster at Bala. DRINK AND SUNSTROKE.âAt the special petty sessions on Friday, before J. B. Walker, Esq., John Brown was charged with being drunk and disorderly at his lodgings on Thursday night. Sergt. Williams and P.C. Lewis said that the prisoner was taken to* his lodgings, and afterwards they were called in by Mary Evans, the lodging-house-keeper, on account of prisoner creating a disturbance, and he was then locked up. Prisoner said he came from Bala the previous morning, and that he belonged to the 41st Regiment; while in the army he had a "sun- stroke," and when he took a little drop it had more effect upon him than others. Fined 5?. and 9s. 6d. costs. The fine was not paid, and defendant was sent to prison for seven days. BOARD OF GUARDIANS. FRIDAY, SEPT. 12TH.âPresent: The Rev. D. Evans (chairman), Messrs. Robert Roberts, Richard Jones, Godfrey Parry, John Roberts, John Parry, JohnWhite, Robert Wynn, Robert Davies, Henry Herbert, Edward Jones, Morris .Roberts, John Morris, Edward Roberts, Richard Edwards, and the Rev. T. Williams; Mr. E. Jones, clerk. STATISTICS. Out-relief administered during the past fox-tnight, per Mr. Robert Hughes, je67 18s. lid. per Mr. Thomas Hughes, jBGl lis. 6d. Number in the house, 46, Vagrants relieved during the past fortnight, 152. Balance in treasurer's hands, £1,048 10s. 4d. ASSESSMENTS. There were several cases of appeal brought before the committee. â Messrs. Louis and Edwards, Ruthin, appeared before committee and made an application to have the name of Owen Owens, Llechwedd, Llantyailio, removed from the poor-rate book, and substituted by the name of Thomas Davies, Aberddu, Llantysilio. The committee, after considerable discussion upon the matter, refused the application. COMPLAINT. Mr. Richard Edwards, of Pentre Bach, Llanarmon, appeared before the committee and stated that the present valuation of the parish of Llanarmon was much higher in proportion than the other parishes in the union. It was agreed that a reduction of 15 per cent. be made on all the farms in the parish of Llanarmon. Other minor cases before the committee were disposed of.

DOLGELLEY.

ERBISTOCK.

GKEtESFORD. !

GWERSYLLT.

HOPE.

LLANDUDNO.

LLANRWST.

LLANAEMON-YN-YALE.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

RUTHIN.

CARNARVON.

LLANDULAS.