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CARNiRYON. A little boy, who lives at Vinegar-hill, in this town, and who is parentless, late on Wednesday night last fell down from the top of the high wall on the south side of Balaclava-road, and sustained serious injuries. Mr Assheton Smith has expressed his readiness to give a portion of land to extend the parish churchyard of Carnarvon. The Nonconformists, however, are desirous of having a cemetery, or that upon such extention there should be erected a chapel, there being no place in which tervices under the Burials Act can be performed in the case of DiSsenters. I PLOUGHING MATCH.—By the eourtesy of Mr Humphreys, Royal Hotel, this uumul ploughing match came off on Friday, on (Jcfu Tro Hfiont farm. There was a large number ot entries, the judging taking up a long time. Messrs Edwards, Maenan; Williams, Criccieth; a, d Hughes, Bodeliwr, Llanerch-y-medd, were the judges, the chief awards being as follows —Class 1. Open ploughing: 1, Owen Jones, ploughman with Mr E. Humphreys, Royal Hotel; 2, William Evans, ploughman with Mr Richard Evans, Fieram, Llangristiolus. Class open to all comers: Evan Thomas, Neubwlch, Bangor. Captain Steward's prize for best butt: Owen Jones, ploughman with Mr E. Humphreys. Silver cup for tenant having the best team under six years: Griffith Roberts, Crug; protest lodged. Best team of any age ,dr Ellis, Tai'rroeibion, Bangor. Harness: 1, Mr Ellis, Tai'rmeibion; 2, Mr Ellis, Wig, Bangor. Maker of best plough in jiass 1 E. Davies, Car- narvon. The general arrangements were admirably carried out by Mr John Roberts, the secretary, who had an efficient aide in v'r R,. bert Williams, Brunswick Buildings. TuRp *-Qu&uE ENGLISH CHAPEl, LITERARY SOCIETY.-The weekly meeting of this society was held on Thursday evening, when the Rev. O. Edwards, B.A., delivered an excellent lecture on The Writings of St. Peter." BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—At Saturday's meeting there were present-Messrs R. Jones (chairman), T. Hughes, W. Jones (ClynDog); J. Jones, O. O. Roberts, Griffith Griffiths, R. Tuomas, W. Roberts, R. Jones, D. Jones, W. Williams, J. Roberts, W. M. Williams, W. Jones (Llanllyfni), W. Jones (Laufair), E. G. Roberts, J. Thomas, R. Thomas, O. Roberts, H. Williams, J. Hughes, W. Jones (Llangaffo), E. Roberts, R. P. Jones A letter was read from Miss Campbell, the Palace,Bangor, calling attention to the operations of the Society for the Home Teaching of the Blind, and asking for a subscription. It was slated that, should the guardians be desirous of acquiring full information as to the objects of the society, Captain Verney would be most happy ts wait upon them. The board decided to request Captain Verney to attend the next meeting. On the motion of Mr O.O.Roberts^ a vote expressive of indignation at lhe outrage on the Queen, and of joy at her deliverance, was passed. Reference was made to the death of Canon Wynn Williams, an ex officio guardian, and a vote of condolence with the family was agreed to. The: Clerk (Mr. J. JI. Thomas) reported the fortnightly out-relief to be £359 5s. non-settled poor, £27 14s.; treasurer's balance, C652 I63. inmates in workhouse, 117; tramps during the fortnight, 25. SHIPPING. -.Arrived: St. Helen, Ellis, Dublin; William Henry, Morris, Newry; Margaret Ann, Parry, Cardigan; Mary Jane, Jenkins, Cardigan Catherine, Owen, Liverpool; Betsey, Parry, Dublin Ellen Myvanwy, Parry, Dublin Climax, Jones, Carlingford; Amity, Pugh, Chester; Catherine, Hughes, Dublin; Brothers, Foulkes, Portdinllaen; Athalia,Roberts,Waterford; Morris, Waterford. -Sailed: Falcon, Jones, Liverpool; Miss Pritchard, Jones, Portdinorwic; Scotia, Howells, Londonderry; Catherine, Parry, Poitdiu- llaen; Comet, Hughes, London; Quarryman, Thomas, Stockton; Miss Hunt, Jones, Middles- boro Miss Beck, Williams, Newcastle Napoleon, Thomas, Newcastle.



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