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IWELSH TRIBAL SYSTEM.

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THE TRAiWATQUESTlON AT LLANDUDNO.

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Penrbyndeiidraeth.

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Penrbyndeiidraeth. THE GREAT UNPAID.—Another instance of the injustice caused by the present system of justiciary was shown at the Police Court last Thursday. Only one magistrate appeared, and there being two or three contentious cases they had to be adjourned. Robert Jones, Lord street, BIaenaa Festiniog, was summoned by the guardians for refusing to contribute towards the maintenance of his son at the Denbigh Assylum. As the case could not be proceeded with, Mr Lewis Morris, the cleik, said that it would be better for Jones to have the matter adjourned to the Festiniog Court, which would be held in « fortnight, than to ad- jourh it to the next Penrhyn Court.—Mr Casson, the deputy clerk, advised Jones to come to some terms with Mr Thomas, the clerk of the Guardians, who appeared to ask for an order against the defendant.-R. Jones said that he wanted the case settled there that day. The gentlemen of the Court might have plenty of money to enable them to attend the Court, but he had.no money, and therefore could not attend. He was not going to lose his work to attend these meetings. He would never pay a penny towards the maintenance of the son. The Guardians should send him back, as he (the son) could earn his own living.- Our correspondent had a conversation with Robert Jones after the proceedings were over. Jones said that his son was not insane, only that he was "mot all there." The authorities had taken him away without the father's consent in any way. The son used to work and earn wages, and was quiet. Of course, whrn teased or annoyed, he would, like anybody else, get excited. Oa the day when the ro i" took place—the row that led to his being taken away—the son was attacked from be- hind twice, till he fell on his face. He then took up a stone and struck the wrong person in mistake for the one who had assaulted him. If any person at all was irad, the one who attacked the son was. Robert Jones was prepared to take his son to America if the authorities would liberate him. Otherwise, not a penny would be paid for his maintenance at the asylum.

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