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PORTMADOC NAVIGATION.—Mr R. O. Williams, 16, Madoc street, has passed the Board of Trade examination for a master's certificate. W kECK OF A VESSEL. The Eliza- beth and Jane, which sailed from this place a few days ago, ran on the outer rocks of Bardsey Island during a fog on Wednesday night, and was wrecked. The crew were saved. SAD NEWS. — On the 15th ult., Mr Ed- ward Roberts, son of the late Mr Owen Ro- berts, Chapel street, was washed over board when on a voyage from Baltimore to Rotter- dam. Deceased has left a widow and a family, with whom deep sympathy is felt. THE H. D. AND P. SHOW. The Horse, Dog and Poultry Show promises to be a great success in every way. The only thing wanted next Monday to ensure a good gate is fair weather. The classes are nearly all full, some of the principal exhibitors hav- ing entered their animals.. It is hoped that local tradesmen will give the support tiwy undoubtedly owe to the show. Special trains will run on the Cambrian, Festiniog, and London and North Western Railways' and cheap fares will be issued. FUNERAL OF THE "LATE T. G. NEWELL.—The remains of the late T. G. Newell, minister of Gohebydd's Memorial Chapel, Barrett's Grove, London, and son of LITTLE TOM TIT. Near ex-Sergeant Jones's house, and close to Cast-ell March there is a letter pillar box. which is in charge of the ex-sergeant. Last Saturday he found that a little torn tit had made its nest inside the box. There were two eggs in, the nest, which Mr Jones carefully guards from all harm. The bird enters ;and comes out through the slit in the box.

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