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THE two men, Robert Hughes and Willipm Morris Jones, who were recently find £ 8 and £ L0 respectively at Bangor petty sessions for an alleged attack upon two river watchers in Lord Penrhyn's employment, have been disuiisse 1 from their employment at the Penrhyu Slate quarries, one of them, Robert Hughes, having also received notice to quit his house rented from Lord Penrhyu. Their fellow workman, feeling that the men's punishment is far too severe, are pre- paring a memorial for presentation to Lord Penrhyn, urging his lordship to reinstate the men in their em- ployment at the quarries. Upwards of 1,500 sigua- tures were, on Monday, attached to the petition. FATAL ACCIDENT TO A STATIONM.VSTER.—Mr George Thomas, deputy-coroner for Carnarvonshire, on Mon- day, held all inquest on the body of Robert Weston, statioiunaster at lioman Bridge, on the Llandudno and Festiniog branch of the London and North-western Railway Company. The deceased was descending the steps at Dolwyddeleu Station on Saturday week, when he suddenly lurched over, falling a distance of 18ft. ou to the permanent way. He was removed home under the charge of Dr Jones, but never recovered conscious- ness, and lied on Saturday morning. The deceased, who was well known on the railway, having been a '3 guard for many years, had partly lost the use of his leftside through two strokes and it is supposed that he was attacked with a third whilst descending the steps. A verdict of "Accidental death" was re- turned.

NEW YEAR'S DAY AT CONWAY.

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