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i Carnarvonshire Joint Police…

SPRING AILMENTS.

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Pwllhell Town Council.

BEER WITHOUT ALCOHOL.

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Bethesda District Council.

A Strange Case of Intoxication

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The "Sydney Daily Telegraph" of the 27th March states that the White Star Line is gaining popularity as is shown by the large number of passengers booking. Al- ready the mammoth liners "Persic" and "Medic" are full for the homeward run; in fact the agents, Messrs Dalgety and Co., have for some time past had to refuse pas- sengers. Of cargo the steamers have also large engagements. To-day the "Persic" goes to Newcastle, and the agents have ar- ranged for the vessel to be thrown open to the public there. A charge will be madle for admission on Board, the proceeds being for the different charities. Whilst at Newcastle the "Persic" will take in ship- ments of wool, copper, tallow, &c. She will also load a shipment of frozen meat, comprising 3000 quarters of beef for the Cape, 15,000 carcases mutton for London, and 5000 carcases for Liverpool. The "Per- sic" will return here from Newcastle on I Saturday, and start on her homeward trip on the 17th instant, calling at Hobart en route for a shipment of 10,000 cases fruit. The deck space of the "Persic" has been se- cured for the shipment of 160' horses for Capetown on behalf of the Imperial Gov- ernment. The "Medic," which is following the "Persic" on the berth, .is expected to arrive here from Liverpool and Capetown on Saturday next. She sails from Mel- --3?i-' T r.d 1 t:

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Bangor Board of Guardians.

University College of North…

North Wales British Medical…

OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

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