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[ i .Misers' Sad End.

The National Memorial to Mr…

Earl Carrington and land Reform

ç¡ Assault In a Railway Carriage



) HOLYHEAD SUPPOSED ROBBERY IN THE MAR- KET.—On Saturday, the servant of Mrs Jones, Brixton Mount, went to one of the banks to cash a cheque, and on leaving she proceeded to the Market place, having pre- viously placed the money in a small satchel in a basket which she carried on her arm. Subsequently she found that the bag and jE20 were missing. The police were inform- I ed of the matter, and they instituted in- quiries, but no arrest has as yet been made. DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN RESI- j DENT.—We regret to announce the death of Mr Owen Jones, Llaingoch, after a brief illness at the advanced age of 79 years. The deceased had spent many years abroad, but had resided at Llaingoch for a long period. The remains were interred on Saturday at Maeshyfryd cemetery, Mr Robert Roberts, Cybi place being the undertaker. The Rev R. Eames Williams was the officiating min- ister. ENGLISH WESLEYANISM.—On Sun- day at the English vv esleyan Chapel, special services were conducted by.Misses Lillie Cook and Fisher, Liverpool district evangelists, who paid a return visit to the neighbourhood. On Monday evening a meeting was held in the same place, when the higher Christ life was the subject spoken upon by the evangelists and others. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. A meeting: of the above was held on Tuesday, Mr Joseph Hall presiding. Mr J. Roberts, chairman of the Finance Committee, report- ed that the expenditure during the past month amounted to L555 14s 5d, and that th« amount collected was L539 4s 2d, which included the payment of a rate bythe Lon- don and North Western Railway Company. The unpaid rates amounted to £ 300.—Mr W. D. Jones, on behalf of the Road and Lighting Committee, reported that the com- mittee had met and decided to have the watering cart repaired at an outlay of be- tween -23 and 24. This received the ap- proval of the Council. They also recom- mended the buying of a new water cart. This matter was deferred. The town lamps were reported to be in a most unsatisfactory con- dition, over one half of them requiring to be repaired. The buying of a street sweeper was deferred, as the cost seemed large, and doubt was entertained as to whether it would answer in a town like Holyhead. A lamp has been fixed on the Marine square, and the Chairman thought it would answer very well. —The Building Committee reported that a new drain should be made in Thomas street at a cost of about £ 40.—Mr David Williams reported that the committee visited the pre- mises of Mr Ferrand and found that they were in a very bad conditioni on account of other drains being connected with his.—Mr Ferrand appeared before the Council and cl.aim:ed ,£5 for damages sustained. It was agreed to repair the drains, and remove the evil complained of; but the claim for com- pensation was not admitted. Mr Ferrand threatened legal proceedings unless the Council allowed the amount claimed.—Mr Slatter moved the adoption of the model bye-laws of the Local Government Board.— This was seconded by Mr W. D. Jones, and it was arranged1 that the committee who had this question on hand should meet at once to complete their work.


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Marriage of the Rev. John…


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Family Notices


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