I LLANERCHYMEDD. - I|1865-03-25|The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality - Welsh Newspapers Online
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LLANERCHYMEDD. I SERIOUS ACCIDENT.-On Friday last a very serious ac- cident occurred at a farm called Ysgoldy, about a mile and a half from this town, by which a person named Owen Owens, residing at Bryngollen, Llauffinan, nar- rowly escaped death. He possesses a steam thrashing machine, which on the day of the accident was employed at Ysgoldy. It is reported that some repairs being re- quired for his own thrashing machine, the engine was connected to a small thrashing machine belonging to the farm. By some means, a bar of iron got entangled in the machinery, which was violently hurled from the machine, unfortunately striking the pSor man on the forehead, and prostrating him on his back. Messengers were despatched for medical aid, and Dr. Williams, of Llanerchymedd, immediately arrived on the spot. Per- ceiving that the frontal bone was crushed in, and the right eye completely protruding and lying on his cheek in such a manner that the organ was entirely destroyed, Dr. Lloyd, Llangefni, was also summoned. Under their combined efforts, we are happy to state, though the man still lies in a very precarious state, he is likely to do well. PATAQONIA.—A lecture on this country was delivered at the Independent Chapel here, on Wednesday last. Though the admission was free, the audience was very small. Several questions were given to the lecturer re specting the country, some of which were answered by him.

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