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NOTES AND COMMENTS.

THE DEE ESTATE, LIMITED.

CARNARVON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.

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CARNARVON.

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SERFOUS AENT TO COL. K.…

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SERFOUS A<CD>ENT TO COL. K. AP KU WILLIAMS. On Saturday afternoon a serious accident befell Col. R. Pp Hu Williams, whilst he, together with Mr C. A. Jones, was inspect- ing the new sea wall now in course of erec- tiontion by the low-water landing stage. Both gentlemen as members of the Har- I bour Trust, took deep interest in the pro- gress of the works, an din order to have a better view of the portion already con- structed, Col. Williams stepped on the end cf the plank, but no sooner had he done so, than the timber topped over with the re- sult that he was precipitated to the depths below. The plank also fell upon his leg, smashing it a few inches above the ankle. Several persons went to the assistance of the unfortunate gentleman, who, after hav- ing being seen by Dr W. G.Owen, was car- ried under Mr Charles Jones's direction to teh Cottage Hospital, where an amput non of the iimb was effected by Dr Owen and John Williams. A telegram was also sent to Dr Bickersteth, of Liverpool, who is an intimate friend of the Colonel, and i now staying in Anglesey, and he arrived oon after the operation had been completed. The Dean of St. Asaph, who is a brother of 0 Colonel Williams, also arrived in the town during the night. Though Colonel AVil- liams was reported to be doing well on Sun- r, day, on Monday he had a relapse, andtrave fears were entertained as to his recovery. Tc-day (Thursday), however, he is reported to be slightly better.

EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ELECTION.

THE WINTER RAILWAY SERVICES.

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