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CONWAY. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—'The usual fortnightly meeting of this board was held on Friday, July 19th, but there was no business of public interest transacted. ACCIDENT TO Mu WAHUEN.— Warren, of Conway, had a narrow escape from being seriously injured on Saturday last, whilst travelling in the 10.35 a.m. train from Lime-street station, Liver- pool. It appears that as he was seated in one of the compartments a collision* occurred, by which he received severe shocks to the system. However, We are happy to understand that Mr Warren, after procuring medical advice, was enabled to proceed to the residence of Mr T. G. poberts, ex-mayor of Chester, r.d the next day resumed, lu. jourir. y ho h e.

HOLYHEAD.

HOLYWELL.

I .LLANDUDNO.

COMMISSIONERS' MEETING.

MOLD.

ST. ASAPH.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.

THE HUMOURED DISSOLUTION"

PARLIAMENT.

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