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WILL B LUFF'S LETTER.

THEI BORES) (GET BUSY.

NORTH WALES CANDIDATES.

THE LATEI MR. HARRY CLEGG.

A MAID SERVANT'S THEFT.

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A MAID SERVANT'S THEFT. A respectable lookting woman, 21 years of age, was charged on Monday at Con- way with si tea-ling a gold ring, the pro- perty of Mr T. '0. Morgan, managing clerk at the County Court Office. The evidence was to the effect that the de- fendant was employed as a domestic ser- vant by Mr Morgan at his house, Pant- graianog. She left suddenly, and the ring, valued ait P,3, was missed. A police constable went to her father's house, at Tad Newydd, Tynygroes, where he saw her with the ring on her finger. Mr Mor- gan said he had a reference with the girl when he engaged her. Her aged father agreed to become surety for her future good conduct, and she was bound over in the, sum of JB20.

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f^UN, FACTS, AND ANCIES. £…

WHERE IS THE DOG?

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NORTH WALES HOCKEY ASSOCIATION.

-..-MISSIONARY EXHIBITION…

DEATH OF A COACH PROPRIETOR.

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