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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDDULAS.

BETTWS-Y-COED.

TREFRIW. -'

CAPEL GARMON

LLANDDOGET.

TALYCAFN.

EGLWYSBACH. !

! COLWYN.

LLYSFAEN.

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LLYSFAEN. VISIT OF A FAMOUS REVIVALIST.—The Rev. R B. Jones, of South Wales, wlho took buofl a prominent part in the religious revival, has been preaching to crowded congregations at the 9 Baptist church during! the weex. OBTAINING GOODS BY FALSE PRE- TENiCES.-At the Colwyn Bay Police Court on Saturday morning, before Mr Henry Kneeshaw and other Justices, a respectable lookring girl named Mary Jane Jones, of No. 3, Bodrhyfedd- terraoe, in this place, was charged with having obtained goods by false pretences from the sihop of Mr T. F. Pugh, Conway-road, Colwyn Bay. -P.C. Rowlands, Llanddulas, proved arresting ,the defendant on warrant, when she denied all knowledge of the offence, and blamed another person,. However, the constable recovered the property, three ladies' coats, and the defendant, when formally charged by the constable, pleaded guilty, and retracted what she had said concerning another person, stating that she made the statement when arrested in a state of fear and excitement.—Mr Pugh identified the coats as his property, and Mrs Owen, Bronynant, in whose name the defendant had obtained the goods, stated that the accused was not author- ised by her to obtain the goods.—In reply to the Bench, P.C. Rowlands stated that the defendant had been leading a suspicious life but since the charge had been hanging over her head, she was leading quite a respectable life.—The Court ordered that the defendant should enter into her own recognisanoes in ^20 to be of good behaviour for a year, and placed her under the supervision of Mrs Thomas Lloyd, the proba- tion officer.—Her father consented to become surety in Cio for her good conduct during the probation period.

ABERGELE.

LLANDUDNO.

PENSARN, ABERGELE.

HENRYD.

/'LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

GLAN CONWAY.

IDEGANWY.

[LLANRWST.

CAPEL CURIG.