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ABERGELE. I

I AMLWCH. I

I CARNARVON.I

CEMAES BAY. I

CONWAY.

DENBIGH.I

HOLYHEAD. I

LL \NDUDNO.

LLANPAIRPECHAN.I

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LLANVAELOG. I

I NEVIN.

PORTMADOC.

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RUTHIN.

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RUTHIN. SUDDEN DEATH.âOn Monday evening an inqneet was held by Mr James Caithness, touching the death of Hannah Evans, 6. Railway-terrace. Tne deceased died suddenly on Saturday last. The jury retarDed. a verdict that death resulted from natural ofiagol. FATAL BVBCTNO ACCIDENT.âOn Saturday Mr Caithness, deputy coroner for Wet Denbigh-lhlre. held- an inquest at Llanelidaa tou-;hi"e the-death ol Mrs Anne Rogers, Penyrallt farm,80 years of age, who died from tbe elrect of inj aries reoeived through hf r ctothing taking art while she was attempting1 to reoover a bed tiok from a II-If which was burning ia the ltaroaD at the fllorro, The Jurv retarned a verdiot that the deceased suooumbed to the injuries caused through the burning of her clothing. BOABD or GUARDIANS.âAt Monday's meetiog, bir R»R Davies presiding, the Master reported that the- numbsr in the house was 69, against 57 last year. During the fortnitht 98 vagrants bad blil rejieved.ehiwin? an ioor-ae oflZonth&oorre? pon&ing fortnight last year.-A ptrc?I of tiua'r? papers had been receded from Mr B'-M? Caot? Lbt?-htitdr H??âMf Bancroft having ttMO?e. behalf of the Board at the Poes Law (ionfereso held at Rbyl, gave a resimeof the proceeding? The Chairman said it seemed to him from Ibe report ot the proceedings he bai read that the whole qnestion of the meeting was the cleB'fabll:tv of ontting down the out-door rlier expenditure They in that union bada,np?otedtco'nat'tt.?' j h'?otigtte the oat-door re?ef, and &fwr ':<? ? thronrb th« Hat they oonld not Hnd a siogle esi? where money WM ((iMn tMnMM'fi'y.?nd couli H*n)e anyone. They did their bMt t > keep d"" the expenditure without g-inding down the P'll, because they had 8 d<Mb)e duty to porhrm."? Q was uinler their guardianship of the poor.âIt fonnd thsfc two years ago there was a resolutic that the inmates, with the aporiva' of the mjtr, should attend their own pl*oe of worship in the town. It. was thought that the inmates were not aware that they conli igo, if applioation was made to the maetsr, and it was thought that some did not care to go in the workhouse nnlform.- Master said they bad their Sunday clothes to go » but they were uniform. -It was resolved to wis the resolution out, and inform the inmates of it by placing it in the arards.

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