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BREATHING HABITS.

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DRESS OF THE DAY.

The Chancellor at Conway.

--_.. A Loaded Revolver.

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A Loaded Revolver. BOY WHO READ TRAGIC NOVELS." On Saturday, at the Bettwsycoed Petty Sessions, before Col. Johnstone and Mr. George Bovill, a youtfi named John Robt. Jones, Pen y Bont, Llanddewi, Llanrwst, was charged that he, on November 22nd, did carry a jpisltol, (then being a person under the age of 18 years and not being exemptby virtue of Section 7 of the Gun Licence Act, 1870. Sergt. Breese conducted the prosecution and stated when arrested at Capel Curig the defendant said he left home that morning and had walked from Llanddewi, and intended to walk back. Witness paid his fare to Llanrwst. Defendant also stat- ed that he had been down South Wales, and had been stabbed by a man in the leg, and he was returning to South Wales, and now that the strike was on he was afraid to meet that man. P.C. Ross stated that in consequence of complaints he arrested defendant and found the produced revolver upon him, loaded in six chambers. He had also 47 cartridges in his pockets. He took him down to the police station, and on the way defendant said that it was through reading tragic novels that he carried the pistol, and also that a man in South Wales had stabbed him. The Chairman Were there any specific complaints about him. P.C. Ross: The people were afraid of him, and afraid that he was labouring under a delusion. He had been employed at Capel Curig. Defendant, who did not appear, was fined 10s. and costs, and an order was made for the confiscation of the pistol and ammuni- tion.

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IHolyhead Train Tragedy.

Home Rule for Wales.

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