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I'"The Liberal Party

I |Welsh Judges for Wales.


Portmadoc Urban Council.

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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 Elizar 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 svmpathy 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 Mrs Newell, High street, were interred at Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington, London, on Friday, in the presence of about 500 friends and acquaintances. Services were held in the chapel from 2.30 till 4. The Rev Dr Owen Evans presided, and addresses were delivered by the Revs Abraham Ro- berts, Ishmael Evans, Thomas (Dalston), and jQnes (Borough11 At the grave the Revs Elvet Lewis and Ossian Davies offici- ated. Deceased was thirty one years of age. He was educated for the ministrv at Cardiff and Brecon Colleges. February 28th last he married Miss Julia Christiana Rees, Mar- low terrace, Mold. THE LIBERAL CLUB.—The annual meeting of the Liberal Club was held on Friday evening. The finances were in a satisfactory state, and the prospects very bright, especially with regard to the billiard room. About half of the scrip money had been returned, £ 20 were i>till expected, and the committee fully expected that the bil- liard and recreation rooms would soon be transferred to them. The following officers were appointed, together with a commiuee of 12: Mr John Bryn Roberts, M.P., hon. president; Mr Jonathan Davies, hon. vice- president Mr R. Davies, acting president; acting vice-president, Mr R. Williams; hon. treasurer, Sir J. R. Prichard; hon. sec., Mr H. J. Hughes; general secretary, Mr John Jones.

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