BANGOR. 1 f BANGOR CATHEDRAL.—Saturday, 5 p m. Service Stanford in B. flat. Authern, By the Waters or Babylon (Boyce). Sunday, at 8 a m., Litany and Holy Communion; 11 30 am, hymn, 353 I Service, Garrett in F. AN then, "All ye who Weep" (Gouud). At 4 p.m., hymn 279. Service, Stainer in E. Anthem, "My God, my God" (Reynolds). CTFABPOD LLENYDDOL.-Oa Saturday evening last a eyfarfod llenyddol was held at Ebenezer Chapol,—Mr W. 0. Davus, chairman. There weie Various competitions for solo and choral singing. The pr;z3 for choir singing was carried off by the choir from Tregarth. Miss M. Davies took first priz3 for solo singing- Mis3 Jane Pritchard took first priz3 for an essay on "Order." Mr Robert Jones took first prize fcr map.drawing Mr Mills Was successful also, his essay taking first prza tn the competition he entered. Miss Williams (Hir- ael) was awarded first prize for crewel work. The singing of a young girl (ffiss Brereton) was quite treat, she was accompanied by her brother (Mes- ter Brereton). Advantage wes taken cf this meet- ing to present Mr and Mrs Lewis Jones wit!i a handsome silver t;a and coffee service, together With a beautiful tray. The presentation was made by Mr George Eardley, who in his remarks I, Called attention to the loss which the chapel sus. tained in loosing tho services o! Mr Jones as Axusical leader. Mr Jones while leader of the choir had always worked hard and conscientiously. It had been indeed a labour of love with him, as his heart was thoroughly in the work Mr Davies (ruinister of the chapel) followed with some rele- vant remaiks. There was a very large attendance. A LITHRARY MEETING was held at Twr Gwvn Chapel, on Tuesday evening, presided over by Mr n. Williams. An afternoon tea meeting was also held for the children. A very. pleasant evening Was spent. FREEMASONRY.—The annual installation in con- lection with the Royal Leek Lodge took place on St. David's Day, at the Masonic Hall, Bangor. Bro. Greaves (Poitmadoc) was installed W M., Bro. Colonel the Hon. W, E. fcia kville-West, P.M., P.P.G.S.W., Oxfordshire, being the instal- ling officer. Amongst the visiting brethren were Bro. John Hugbes, W M., and Bro. Meshach Ro- berts, I.P.M., St. David's, 383. The banquet was Ssived by Mess s Pugh and Brown, Britieh Hotel. CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLBSEV INFIRMARY WEEKLY RapoM.MABCH 4TH 18 4 -In-patients, 19. Total numberjof out-patients admitted since October 2oth, 1883, 498. Ditto, during the past week, 31. liome patients, 69. Visitors for the ensuing week, Mrs Davies and the Lord Bishop. Hon. Phyai. citn for the ensuing week,—Dr Richards. Eoi burgeon for the ensuing week,—Dr Hughes.—M. ■Rowland Jones, House Surgeon.
BANGOR CITY COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of this council was held on Monday last, the mayor (Major Piatt) pre- dding.—The town clerk (Mr Pritchard) stated that the trustees of the Penrhyn Hall had taken coun. sel's opinion as to the legality of the proposed transfer of the hall to the corporation.—The sani- tary committee, in their report, enquired whether Notices had been served on the Ecclesiastical Cora- missioners and others, in order that the couucil °iight proceed with the sewerage works at Craig- y-don. They also recommended that the plans of a house and shop to be erected in Castle hilt by )4r Ogden be approved, aud that he be awarded forty guineas as compensation for an open space Jh front of the building in question—Instructions had been give a to the town surveyor to improve the present plan of the town by marking on it tho Principal new buildings, in order that the commit- tee might be able to define the buildiag line in ^h street.-—Mr W. A. Dew called attention to the necessity of completing the survey on the town map, as it was very imperfect. He stated. that in the existing plan several streets in Cae- Ueppa were omitted, and that Wellfiald House, Which had been erected thirty-six years ago, was fitted. He understood that the surveyor had been instructed topsftch up the old plan, but the expense of such a proceeding would be very he ivy, and it would be quite as well to have a new sur- vey he suggested, therefore, that estimates be •ought for a new survey.—Mr Hathavmye said that as the Government survey would not be made tor some years yet, it might be as well for the sur- veyor to complete existing plan.—In reply, Mr pew said he had been infoi me i by the surveyor that it would take two years tj complete tha sur- *e7- —The mayor said that the matter had better I tfrop, as it had already been fuiiy discussed.—In *6ply to Mr W. A. Dew, the town cle:k said that he had an interview with the representatives of the teele3iastical Commissioners on the subject of the ^orad-y-gyt forethore with reference to the out- fall sewer for the Craig-y-don draiuage.—Mr Daw fcaid it was important that the council should gain possession of the foreshore, a a the contractor Of the Craig-y-don drainage would soon reac l tae foreshore. He thought if they delated much longer compensation might bo claimed. Tne drainage, no doubt, would h-jure the oyster beds, ta the town cleik had stated.—Mr Glynua Jones •aid that the contractors had a perfect right to go through the foreshore, but that after the damage had been done would con.e the question of com- pensation.—The mayor suggested thut the matter 60 referrad to the sanitary conmii 13 The chair- man of that committee said that it would be pre- ferable to come to an amicable arrangement with the representative of the commissioners es to the amount of compansation to ba allowed—It was atated that JE114 was still due to tho contractors. -THE GAS COMMITTEE recommended that, in View of the increased consumption of g s, a larger gas-holder should be er eted.— Mr Saiuh (gas & anger),had ps'nid cut the imdcqi-cy of the present stcrage of gas, and in ccmeq ience they suggested thft the new tank be rncde c?pibla of holding 80,000 cubic feet, and thiit is bj iroiteA «t a cost of £ 2000 —In order to tarry cut the Work, they fmther r, commanded that Lord Pea- l'hyn be communicated with, with the view of ob- taining a field adjoining the present works, the corporation yard bring too smtli for the proposed exte ision.—The suggest on was adopted—Mr W. A. Dew inquired ii anything bad been do20 re- garding the water intake at Be-therd-t,Allerznii T. Lewis said they had no scheme uadcr coosidera- tion at present.—Mr Wh'.te (consulting engineer) eaid he was preparing a report, which he woi.li eubmit after the 26th of March. —It was decided not to establish a sixkiag fund at present for the purchase of annuities, etc., up?n trc gd) works, owing to the unfavourable staCe of th? mn;).ey MARKET. TUB HIGHWAYS. LIGHTING, AND TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE re^oraraeade thataplieationbemadetoiord Penrhyn to rent- the garden opposite Garth Inn, that it 11:: furn'sneil With seat3 and thrown op--Ai to the public an a re- creation ground, and that a jetty b3 constriu-te-' at the foot of the rocks to dgllt ot Garth PO T. t, si •a to form a public laadirg pUce treo of toll, or that an arrangement b^ com.) to >?ith the present lesee of the ferry, for the free u?c of the; present jetty by the public that a S-ci .Lfield b: provided in close proximity to the railway station that a drainage scheme be prepared for the drainage of West Glanad-J a and Peach win tin that public I Toaths be erected, and th it arra^geLaests be made for carrying out any suggestion tll!\t might be made by the water and gas committee fov the im provement of the water and gas woiks.—A letter was read from Mr Rathbone, M P., etafing th"t ha fully concurred with the res lution wbich Lal boen passed by the council favouring tee scheme for the extension of the hours of poll'-ug, and "xprrsshjga hope that such a measure w^uld to paM. i by tiio Government this session.—The next business on the agenda was the appoint nent of a br>rottgh ac- countant, there were thirteen appii -int? for the situation. Mr W. A. Dew pointed out that the ixame of Mr Foulkes Jones -lic, not appear on the list. From this he underptaort thtlt Mr Foulkes Jones considered himself duly elected t> tin office He asked the town clerk whether he would bs in order in nominating ony one whose mune did not appear on the liat ? If so. he wmld propo-o fcaat Mr Jones be elected to the office of b -lough accountant. The town clerk expressed his opinion that no name could be proposed outside the iisr submitted by the committee.—Mr R bert Robots ssid he Understood Mr Jones had been duly elected, and aeked the town clerk to read the mumt ? ^ppoi'ifing Mr JoneP, this was done, aacl YL-z Scoria ihankei be mayor for the election The mayor, howeve I aid that the appoiatraent had b3en made by the i council in committee, aud another minute w» read Pin which the appointment wes rescinded.— f Mr. W. A Dew siid: Since tha tJwn f clerk bas ruled against me, shall I be in order in moving that this meetiug of the council be adjourued, in order that Mr Jones may sead in his application for the oQlce.—Mr Douglas: Rubbish!—Mr Dew: It is all very well for Mr Douglas to shoul; "Hubbisb."—Mr Djuglas I did not say "Rubbish" ("Order").—Air W. A. Dew; Then you should apeak distinctly (,' Order").—Mr Roberts enquired how the council proposed to get over' the re.oluti )n which had been confirmed, that Mr Jones should, after 25th March, give up all the apDointrnents which he held outside the council.—Alderman Lewis coatendedthatifthe minutes of a previous meeting were a true record of what had been passed, then they could not leg illy be refused confirmation.—Mr Douglas pointed out that the appointment: had been made by a committee, end was therefore irregular.—Mr Josiih Hughes siid that Mr Jones had acted upos the resolution of the council that be should vacate fill app. iatmenta outside of that body, and that it was unjust that he should now be thrown over after doing so. lie should ilk", to know from hi town clerk if Mr Jonea could not proceed against the corporation for compensation, and poirted oat that he (Mr Jones) might put them to great expense for this instant dismissal. The mayor gave it as hi3 opinion that Mr Jones had not been legally appoirt;el-under the seal of the corporatien-certainly the council had been irregular in the matter,, he had been appomtod by a committee, but that appointment was not con- firmed. Mr Jones, of course, had vacated other posts on the suppos't'on of the appointment being legal.—Alderman M. Roberts differed from the mayor. He said Mr Jones had been as legally appointed as any of the others, he objected to the system of mak ng fish of one and flesh of another, and it was his opinion that if Mr Jones had been an Englishman, Iriahman, or Scotchman, nothing further would have been heard of the appointment (laughter and "No no"); possibly another reason for his dismissal was the fact that he had been recommended by the old local board.- Alderman Lewis remarked that the opposition did not come from those who knew Mr Jones best, but from outsiders. He pointed out that the post was a most responsible one, and that care should b3 taken in selecting lanyone to look after a foacern with £ 80,000 or £ 100,000. He pointed out that as it was Lear the end of the financial year, they would require some oce capable of dis- charging the duties entailed satisfactorily, and he thought no one would suit better than Mr Foulkes Jones.—Mr Glynue Jones objected) to any ad- journment, especially since Mr Jones had taken up a defiant attitude. He had tried to frighten tuem with a threat of litigation, but for his (the speaker's) part, he could not see that Mr Jones could claim any compensation. He also con- tended that the appointment was irregular.—Mr W. A. Dew sdd thit Mr Jones was being very un- fairly dealt with (" No, no "); they were dismiss- ing a man who had been duly elected. Nothing was kaowis as to the capabilities of the present ap- plicants—whether they were able to keep books or compctent to draw up a balance-sheet.—Mr Josiah Hughes pointed out that Mr Jones had not withdrawn his previous application, and that that was no authority for the statement tfeat Mr J. Jones contemplated I ti- g tion in the matter.—Alderman Richards said that special training: was required for such an office, and that Mr J ones had this advantage, and that had he applied fo the past he should certainly have voted for him.—Tho mayor said he would prefer taking further advice before moving in tie matter, cr giving a definite opinion.—Mr W. A. Dew said they were not bound to vote for anyone on the list, and that hs should refrain from voting, and hoped the coancil would follow his example.— Mr J. R. Brown proposed that the appointment be deferred till next meeting, and that fresh applicants be iuvited.—As an amendment, Mr Douglas moved that the appointment be made forthwith. He referred to the mis-management shown by Mr Jones in the matter of the loan, and also in the action which had been brought against Mr White, by the late local board—Mr Willman seconded the amendment, but on the division the amend- ment was rejected by eleven votes to seveu.- Mr Douglas enquired as to the legality of this pro- cecding.-The mayor in reply, said that for his own personal satisfaction he would seek a legal opinion on the matter. The council, he said, was clearly in a dilemma, and h3 wished to s-o the best way out of it.—Mr Josiah Hughes moved that the schedale of prices and charges as adopted by the council as tha future scale of charges to be made by them in their dealings with users of water and gas, and that all important woiks aDd large quantities of goods or me.terials be let by opm contract, so that the tradesmen of the town might have a fair chance of competing with out- siders.—Mr Douglas proposed a direct negative, which upon a division was carried.—Alderman Richards read a communication to the council, which he had received from the secretary ot the promote s ci a line 0: railway from Llandinorwic to Felinheu, on the Bangor and Bethesda Rail way. He proposed that the council should take active measures in order to aid t e project.—Mr Josieh Hughes Eeconded the motion, which was agreed to, tue mayor and others undertaking to attend a meeting to bo held at Llandinorwic —The tender of Mr S. Hughes for printing was accepted, as was also that of Messrs iSizon and Jarvis far litho- graphing and the pupply of stationery.
BANGOR NOTES. If I remember rightly. Beaumaris Town Club ousted the Colts from the Cup Competition. Bangor F. O. defeated the Beaumaris Club on Saturday Inst by three goals to none, notwith- standing the faot that Bangor played one man short. 0 Baugor, then, must have been in very bad training when beaten by the Colts. Of course, this kind of reasoning is not infallible, but stilt it proves something, and that is that they should hive shown a bVuer frjnt when playing against tho Colts. sk A 1 Sundry changes have oeea m^de in the Banger t team for the Cup tie. Richard Williams has va. s c.itcd centre," and phys half" with Mr J. T. f Williams, while Joseph Jones takes centre. Bob Williams plays left forward along with Willie Lewis, thus taking the place of Davy Edwards. 11 is expected that Humphrey Jones will be down in tirne for the £ ;.r.'l, when Richard Williams will resume his old cositiou—centre. Colwyn Bay fared'worse with Bangor Second Eleven than they did with Friars. The Second Kleven is stead; iiiiprovinpr. They do not play quite so wilclly as they did. The Collegians seem to have brought a better team this season than last Each time last year that they met the Jjaagor Second Eleven, not one goal w;«s scored on either side. This of covrse A as due to tho wild shots. ELLES DIT. • The Markot Hall has been agaiu let to Mr Jones for another three years, and the decision has given eutire satisfaction to the stall-holders. There were fears that if the corporation took it into their hands, matters would not go on so pleasantly. The Baogor Cricket L'lub have decided to dis. pense with the Fervices of a professional this season. It 13 a great p ty that this club should suffer so much from want of patronage. The gate money was, la3t season, I am told, ridiculously small, as compared with the football gate money. How is it that p. ople are willing to stand for an hour and a half on a cold drizzly winter afternoon, andyet willnotpay a visit to the cricket lfeldinwarm summer weather ? No doubt football is much m^re ex iting than cricket, but then cricket has the advantage of being a more scientific game. From the aecount of the council meeting it will be seen that tie corporation favour the scheme of the proposed lin.3 of rails from Llan- dinorwic. It is to be hoped that they T-v*. Ur/e uPon the promoters the advisa- bility of making th« 1-ne come the Bangor way, as this will moan a large influx of men into Bangor i on pay days, and will much benefit the tradeamen I here. Another advantage is that io joining the Bangor and Bethesda Railway two more villages will be brought into direct rail^ey communication • t I' with Ba'igor. When the council next go to a p'ace of worship ia state I would alvi4e them to select Ebeneze; Chapel A clergyman preaching there last Sun- day prayed mof-t earnestly for our council, our wicked council." 0 ye city councillors, be ad- vised ia time and mead your ways, or you may havJ Le whole elcrgy in a oody down upon you. The annual meeting ot the shareholders of the People's Cafe Company was held last Friday even- ing, when the dividends were paid over. Most congratulatory speeches were made as to the able and conscientious mani.,er ia which the Cafe was conducted by Mr and Mra ELAreley, the largeness of the dividend proving- t'ie careful management. HONOUR TO WITOM HONOUR IS DUE.-A. little skill is sometimes necessary in order to ensure the successful focussing of light on a p -.rticular object, especially if that object be small and insignificant HtlS Mf Douglas bseu arranging matters so that tVe glory shed from our three branched lamp will shine only on him? At recant meetings of the coun- cil and committees, so much has been said by Mr Douglas auent this lamp that people have begun to couple his name with its erection. It is hardly fair that Mr Douglas should have credit for the erection of the lamp in question. I .have recently been made acquainted with its history, and as it is not uninteresting, I will briefly relate it. Abost fifteen or twenty years since, our much lamented and respected member for the Carnarvon Boroughs (Mr William Bulkeley Hugbes) made a present of "athree-branchel lamp" to the local board. This lamp was intended to be erected opposite the Old Bank, and Mr Hughes offered, at the same time, to have a fountain erected also at his ex- pense, at the same place. The gentleman who was then in authority at Messrs Williams' bank (Col. Vincent Williams) was a Conservative, and to j udge from what occurred, must have been bigoted as well. He demurred at the idea of the lamp and fountain in front of his house. Possibly he im- agined that the lamp would throw a Liberal light on the community, and th.-it peonle drinking from the fountain would imbibe Liberal principles. However that may be, he shunned the idea of having monuments of Liberal benevolence con- tinually under his eyes. In consequence of this the lamp was removed to the churchyard and left there for some time, but was ultimately taken to the yard of the local board in Dean street, where it lay for many years, buried by Conservative bigotry, to be resurrected by not by Con- servative shrewdness or 'cuteness. as some would have us believe. I have a suggestion to offer, which I hope will be taken advantage of. Why not have a plate fixed on the lamp stating by whom the gift was bestowed, and the date ? From what I know ot Mr Douglas, I am certain that he would be most delighted to make such a proposition at a meeting of the council. He would b3 happy, I am sure, to see this little pifce of justice done.
ART JOTTINGS. Mr W. J. Parry, a local artist, is, I understand, exhibiting at present at Bethesda a large oil painting. If im tation is flattery, then Sir Noel Paton is certainly flattered by Mr Parry. Noel Paton's magterpicces are Scripture subjects, as is well known, and Mr Parry has b.en working on the same plan. The subject is Christ's Sermon on the Mount." As the picture will soon be on exhibition in Bangor, I will lay aside criticism for the present at least, until the public have an opportunity of judginr themselves. ;LV I have had little opp^i„atiity for some time now of seeing any really good work, so you may imagine how welcome the invitation was to Mr Sbrubsole's studio. The first thing which caught my çye on entering his studio was a small oil, which carried off the palm at the National Eis- teddfod, 1881. It is indeed a gem. The subject he is at present engaged upon is a View of the Straits, taken from above the village at Menai Bridge. The harmony throughout the picture is wonderful, and the effects are splendid. Anyone who has seen the Straits on a glowing autumn day can imagine what the picture really is like. I also noticed one or two others which be has in hand. Of his two classes of work, I much prefer the wild mountain scenery, as he seems to infuse his spiiit into it. ♦ Last week I saw two water-colours by a young local artist, Mr Phillip Osmetit, Both dealt with scenery about Ogwen Lake. Anyone who studies Mr Osment's productions will soon learn what painting for effect means. In one of the pictures vou can almost fancy the light stealing over the hill. Of course, Mr Osment's painting is not faultless, he has much yet to learn and study, but he has come to a good school in coming to North Wales to study, as the scenery is so varied. Ho described to me rather comically how an amateur critic proceeds to deal with a picture. If the subjcct is on a small canvas he will take it in hi? hands, and hold it close to his nose; (r if it is large, he will approach tho easel as closely as possible, and peer into it. If the critic is honest, he will say, "Rather rough, eh; isn't it?" I* be is cautious about betraying ignorance, he thinks this, but does not express it. When told by tie artist to look at the picture from such and such a point, of course he is struck with the.offect produced. CALSDONIAN.
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» I CONWA.Y. I TEA. PARTY AND CONCERT.—The annual tea party in connectioil with the Independents of this I' town was held ia the school-room which adj >ins their chapelou Monday last. In the evening a concert was held w the chapel, when the Rev J. Roberts (J. R.) presided. The following artistei —Miss Mazgie Hughes and Mr William Jones, both of Penmaen-mawr, and C sain Rhys, Cec hun, re dered several cspitalsoug3 in gooi St.8, assisted by the choir, and tbe Juvenile Choir, under the leadership of Mr J P. Griffiths, London House, and Mr T Matthew Jones, Newborough- terrace, respectively. The programme consisted of recitations competition in reading, e93ays.&c. The fuccess of the concert is chiefly due to Mr Thomas Foulkes, High-street, who conducted the proceed- ings in a very creditable manner, and the energetic secretary, Mr John Williams, grocer, Bangor- road. The proceeds were devoted towards re- ducing the debt of the chape], PETTY SESSIONS —On Monday last, before the Revs. J. O. Jones (in the chair), W. Venables Williams, and Messrs A. Wood, J. R. Haasl- dine, 0. H. Darbisbiro, and Dr Dalton. Non attendance of Children at S hool.—Tha fol- lowing persons were fined 5$, including costs, for non-attendance of their children at school :— Timothy Gooser, Llewelyn-street; Anne Williams, Mochdre; William Jones, Park-road; J. Roberts, Aberd rfyn E. Jones, Corn Gafr; Jos. Lloyd, Towyn: David Jones, Vattw; Robert Jones, Phernaut; and D. Evans, Bryn Adda, Llan- eli tn. Drunk and Rtotous.-Fra!!c's Hughes, of Llys. faen, was summoned by Inspector Williams for being drunk aud riotous on the 31st day of Janu- ary last on the highway road leading from Colwyn to Bettws -P.O. Rowlands stated that he went to his home to serve him with a summons for creat- ing a disturbance in a concert. II When I handed him the summons he was very unruly, and chal- lenged me to fight "-The defendant stated that the officer came to Ms house. He was then tip. stairs, and he (the officer) enticed him to the road. The defendant; said that he was quite sober.-The Clerk Have you any witness ?-The Defen- dant Yes.-The Clerk Do you wish to have the case adjourned?—The Defendant: If you please, sir.—Inspector Williams (sharply): Well, indeed, all adjourament would be very unfair now, after the defendant has heard all the evidence, why did he not apply sooner ?-The Chairman: The case had better'go on. Evilence respecting the service of the summons having been heard, the summons was dismissed upon rayment of eosts. Affiliation CJSC — Margaret Jane Evans, of Llan. sauttfraid, charged Lewis Parry, a railway porter in the employ of the London and North Western Railway Company, with being the father of her child. Mr Chamberlain appealed for the com- plainant, and Mr Louis for the defendant. After bearing the evidence of the complainant and some of her witnesses, Mr Chamberlain deemed it ad- visable not to proceed further with the case, and the summons was accordingly dismissed. Sleeping in Outside Premises.-David Owen, late a biliiard marker at the Erskine Arms Hotel, was summoned for the above offence. P.O. Williams said that on the 14th Decembsr last, about 1130 at night, he found the defendant sleeping in the stables of the Ertkine Arms. He had been there three nights in succession.—The Chairman: He seems to be a respectable boy. What have you to say for yourself ?—The defendant pleaded guilty, and said he was enticed by another man to go there—The Chairman r Why did you not go home ?-The clerk stated that he was a Conway boy, but his family resides at Llandudno.—P.O. Williams: Tuere were three of them, the others were fined the sum of -el. -The Clerk: Never mind what has been done with the other case, you are to deal with this alone now. Why should you prejudice the case so much against tiie boy ?—He was fined 109 and costs, the chairman at the same time severely repumanded him. Juvenil»\ Tldev s. Edmund Sidler, Wm. Themas, and W. Thos. Evans, hailing from Llye- faen, were charged with felionously stealing one chisel, two two-foot rules, and one hammer, in the parish of Eirias, en Sunday, the 9th day of February, the property of certain workmen at the Oolwyn new station. W. Thos. Evans was fined 10s and co;ts, and the other two were whipped.
MENAI BRIDGE. PETTY SESSIONS, MONDAY.— Before Captain Morgan, Messrs H. Clegg, H. B. Price, R. ap Hugh Williams, and Captain Hunter. Malicious Damage.—Mary Jones. Raidd-flrron, Llanddona, charged Richard Rowlands, Pen-y- cefn, of the same place, with causing malicious damage to her door on the 2ad of last month.- The case was dismissed. Bastardy.—Grace Owen, Pen-caeau, Llandeg- fan, appeared for au order 10 bastardy against Griffith Griffiths, 'Rallt, Llandegfan, who, she alleged, was the father of her illegitimate child.- The case was dismissed. Threatening a Neighbour.—Elizabeth Jones, Glan-y mor, Llandysilio, was charged with threatening Naomi Thomas, of the same place, on the 25th of last month.—The charge was dis- missed. Drunkenness.—David Owen, shoemaker, of New- borough, for this offence, was fined Is and costs Henry Williams, Heu-fuarth, Llanddiniel, ditto, 53 and costs. Cruelty lo Animals —William Owen, horse- breaker, Pentraeth, was charged by Inspector Temporley with cruelty to an animal at PeDtraeth on the 15th ult.-Defendant was fiued Is without cott8- Receiving Stolen Property —Sarah Jones, xioyal Oak Tnn, and William Parry, Ty n-y-gongl, both of Malltraetb, wore brought up charged with buy. ing a number of pheasants from John Jones, of Ty'n*ygongl.and William Roberts, Tyddyn Bach, both of Malltraeth. The pheasants were stolen by Jones ani Rober.s from the pheasmtry of Sir George Meyrick, Bodorgan, for which they were sent to gaol for s'x weeks.—Mr Pritchard (Llan. erch.y medd) prosecuted on behalf of Sir George Meyrick, and Mr E. G Roberts (Holyhead) do- fended.—Defendants were committed for trial. LCtrcmy.-Sergeatlt Johu Jones, of Beaumaris, charged an old man amed John Hughes, late of Bodedern, with having stolen two counterpanes of the value of 10s, the property of William Roberts, Trecastjll, Pe&raon.—In his evidence P. S. J onf s said he found the counterpines in the shop of R. Hughes, of Llanddona.—Piisonor, i& reply to the charge, saii he found the counterpanes on the road between Beaumaris and Ty'n-lon. He ad- mittei having sleLt in one of the out-buildings of Tre-castell furm O-IJ the tiight previous to the day on which the counterpanes were missed.-lle was sent to gaol for one mouth. Keeping l)o:s without Lia.nses.—P.C. Owen Wil- liams, Newborough, charged Robert Davies, Park, Llangeinwen, with keepin j a dog without a license. —He was fined 53 aud costs. A similar charge against Hugh Evans, Glan-y llys, Llanfair P.G., was dismissed. Samuel Robert Bon, Gadlys, Llansadwrn, for this offence was fined 5:3 and cost?. A similar penalty was im- posed upon Hugh J. Williams, Bryn Eryr, Llan- sadwrn, for the same oKence.—Three defendants were fiued 2s 61 and costs. Neglecting to Keep Soadsin Repak\—John Jones, surveyor ot highways, Llangadwaladr, was charged by P.O. Hugh Williams (Nalltraetb), with neglect- ing to repair the roads in the parish of Llau. gadwaladr.-He was fined 20s and costs, he beiDg I allowed a month to put the roads in order, or be I further summoned. Swine Straying.—John Jones, Ty'n-y-gongl I Bach, Llanbedr gocb, was btought up by P.U. David Jones, Pentraeth, charged with allowing his swine to atray on the highway in Llanbedr. I goch on the 11th ult.—Defendant was fined 10s, iucludinsr costs. Llegal Fithing.—Benjamin Williams, Llangeini, and David Peacock, of the same place, boys about sixteen or seventeen years of age, were charged with fishing duriog the close of the season in the Cefni river, Hyfrogwy lake, contrary to the bye- laws and published notices. John Williams, Pen- rhydd Bodffordd, was also charged with the same offence.—Mr E. G. Roberts, Holyhead, prosecuted on behalf of the Carnarvonshire Board of Con. servators.- W. Alexander Stuart proved the offences —The three defendants were fined 2s 6d, without costs.
I PORTDINOEWIC NOTES I There is an old spying to the effect that "Where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly tc be wise," and i. would commend the old saw" te the notice of certain young ladies" of this village who may be seen every Thur-day night standing before a certain shop window, and thereby obstructing the foot pith, if the? ouly kne-* it, and holding in their hands a copy of this excellent journal. They are puzzled to death as to the ident t/ of Country Lad," whose Notes" evidently strikes on their ears with anything but a pleasing sound. Apparently, however, they are unable to read, or else why call in the assistance of a beardless youth to explain to them what "Country Lad" has to say ? To these unfortunate young L dl JS I would commend the pvrohase of a spelling primer —Mr Roberts, oar worthy stationcr, will b; glad to supply them at all prices-which they should at once commence to study. I am glad to notice that there is some disposi- tion in certain quarters to take up the suggestion of your correspondent of last week as to rl cog. nising Mr Williams's services to the village in the past. Unless, however, more energy and life is pit into the business, I am afraid the affair will come to Nothing. I should be very sorry for this Ntxt week I shall have something rich for-my IH.d)Ye concerning our quiet little picturesque village That is, if thing3 go on as, so far, they are doing. Till then, adieu. _COUNTRY LAD.
PORTMADOO LETTER. DEAn. Mp EDITOR—On Thursday last the juveDile portion of our community was stimulated to curiosity by tbe appearance of a diminutive carriage drawn by gOats. It was the equipage of General Tom Thumb, and came with a travelling exhibition. An entertainment was given in the evening in the Town Hall by the members of this company of exhibitors. There was anneuuced on tue bill "an overwhelming stupendous distribution of prz:e; and I am suro we ougbt to be thankful to the philanthropic gentlemen who come now and again with such beneficfnt purposes. The sudden death of Mr James Wooton has been a blow to all who knew him; for to know him was to respect him. He was found dead in the porters' room of the railway station (Festiniog Railway) on Thursday morning. He leaves a widow, but no children. His loss will be keenly felt by the English Wesleyans of this town, among whom he WM a very active worker always at his post and always in time. For years past his chief desires have been to see the little chapel out of debt and to have an English Wesleyan minister resident here; and now that both are accomplished, it might Beem that his work was doae. The inquest was held on Satur- day, and an open verdict returned, "Found dead," but the deceased was subject to heart disease. The funeral took place on Monday, at Penmorfa Churchyard. The people of this town showed their respjet to him in every way, and most of the shops closed j.heir shutters. Much sympathy is expressed for Mrs Wooton. The debating society held its fortnightly meeting on Monday evening, in the Masonic Hall. The question of debate "Is the present Govern- ment worthy of the confidence of the country?'' Mr Wheeler opened with the negative, and Mr O. Morris Roberts replied in the affirmative. Several gentlemen made speeches, some pro, some contra, and the debato was ultimately adjourned.- I am, yours very truly, DIOGENES.
THE TAL-Y-SAKN QUARRY ACCI- DENT. INQUEST AND VERDICT. Oa Tuesday Dr Kuutar Hughes, the coroner for South Carnarvonshire, held an inquest at Pen-y- groes, on the bodies of Peter Williams, aged 48 (Tan-y-frwynan), Robert Jones, 45 (Garn Dolben* maen), William Owen, 50 (Tan-y-fynwent), Robert Owen, 28 (Tai-y-sarn), and Henry H. Roberts, 40 (Pen-y-gro3s), who were killed at the South Dorothea Slate Quarry, Nantlle, on Wednesday. Deputy Chhief.const.tMe Davies watched the pro- ceedings on behalf of the police, ani Mr William Davies, the manager of the South Dorothea Q arry, was present in the interests of the quarry proprietors. Mr Jore3, postmaster, Tal y strn, was foreman of the jvry. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death," a rider being added to the effect that the attention of the Government inspector should be called ta the ehelte iag huts provided ia the various quarries of the district, and urging that better means of shel- ter should be insisted upon, such as the construc- tion of levels or excavations in the rock.
ANOTHER FATAL QUARRY ACCIDENT D. Huntsr Hughes, the coroner for South Car- narvensh" re, yesterday held an inquest at Tal-y-sarn on the bod., of Thomas John vVilliams, a young quarryman, who died from the effects of injuries sustainei whilst working at the Tal-y-sarn Quarry. The evidence showed that en the morning of the 28th ultimo a large &tone fell from the top of the rubbish and descended on the head of the deceased, who was working below, and who sustained serious injuries. A verdict of "Accidentdl death" was returned.
The Dandelion Extract contained ia Dr Kin' a Pills, by its well-known action on the Liver (f e most important gland i' tin whola frame), ciusts the bodily secrections to 3 Jwia the ragular manner, ahd con-jointly with the Tonic ingredients, greatly invigorate?, so maintaining the great portals of the system in the best c-ondi:im to secure eood health. Any Chemists sells them in boxes, Is -id, and 2s 9d. TETIOAT Ayvrcriorca ASD HOAHSKTESS.—AH WJ fering from irritr.tion of tho throat and fcoareenos- will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the me of Erown'l Bronchi*! *roches." These famons lozengesare now COJU of most respectable chemists in this country at Is. 14^ per box. People troubled with a "hacking cougn, • slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try per box. People troubled with a "backing cough, • slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to pro* press, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic tionc. Ess that the words "Brown's Bronchial Iroche# are on the Government Stamp around each box.- Prepared bv JOHN I. BKOWH & SONS, Boston,_U.6. European fiepot removed to 88, Far»*s3on JSOML Loud. A DELIGHTFUL FLAvorB.-Cr&crofi-'s Are&& Nn I To >tli T»aoic ~-B■ r.v ng this delicious Aromaac L ent I efrke, tne enamel of tho. teeth becomes white,ssund and pslished like ivory. It is .exceedingly fragrant ani especially useful for removing• incrnatations of tartar oa neglect, d tcotb. Sold by all Chemists, Pots, Is 7d each. St:e that jou get Cracrott s, Keraick's Vogete,ble Worm Lozenges are the most efficacious remedy ever introduced fcr Worms Beiug innocent in their characte they may be taken by children of all degrees and con- ditions with perfect safety. They are most useful for children of delicate stomachs and pale com plexion, as they strengthen the ayscem cy giving an appetite. E 376 lIVES MEDICINE, TARAXACUM AyD PoDOFHTI.UN -'I.'his flaia oca'nnaiiou, extracted from moiiiein-I r00t8, :s becoming ver7 v«i>u!ar, and is now used in- stead of blue pill atd ealoTsei for the cure of dyspepra, I biliousness, and all symptoms of toagestion of tte liver, which are generally piin beneith tbe shoulders headache, drowsiness, ro appetite, furred tongue dis- agreeable taste in t'&« ruornin?, giddiness, disturbance I of the stomach, and feel in o; of general depression. It sets tbe sluggish liver io motion, very ali^htly acts on the bowels, giirimr a f ease of beUth and comfort in £ 4 fcsnrs, Tt is the safesb me-,icine. Tarsxacnrn and Podopbjllm is a fl rd made o-ly by J Pepper, Bedford Laboratory, London, whose name >s on every lab si DEAFNESS Noistssii* THE JIARS, &C —UEIT« 8 Ct- sence for Delinks should al<vsya be tried, as m a num- ber of cases, seeminsly incuraol*, it has done wonders. Slight Deafness, OVstructions m tha ears, and tbe in- cessant Humming Sounds so frequent- with affeotea hetrm! are remove! a.fter two or three nights aprli. cations. Delia''B Fsjenco can ba spoken of as sure to give soma relief in any &se of deafness without causing the slightness injury to the delicate organisms of the ear, aaa, however, surprising, pwsons Cor years Deaf have heard sounds afte- a fair trwl of De^ Esence Bottles. and 2a 91< S°ld by Chemist?.
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