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THE ALLEGED FORGERY AT WREXHAM.

COLWYN BAY.

LLANRWST.

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LLANRWST. WEDDING. A very interesting wedding took place at the Parish Church on Wednesday between Mr. Burrows (of the eminent firm of Messrs. Hughes and Burrows, ironmongers, of this town), and Miss Annie Jones, daughter of Mr. Robert Jones, 44, Denbigh Street. Mr. James Burrows acted as best man, and Miss Jones as bridesmaid. The Rev. J. Davies officiated. The happy pair left by the 3. 27 p.m. train for Hanley, Staffordshire. We wish them long life and prosperity, much joy and happiness. The wedding presents were costly and numerous. DEATH OF MR. IDWAL JONES, APOTHECARIES HALL. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Isgoed Jones and family, in their sad bereavement in losing their youngest son, Idwal Jones, aged 19 years, who expired on Friday morning, February 5th, and was interred at Sion Chapel Cemetry on Monday. The funeral was a large one, attended by the most respectable portion of the community. The service, both at the house and chapel, was most impressively con- ducted by the Rev. W. Thomas, the worthy pastor of Sion chapel. The deceased was a most promising young man, and was appren- ticed to the North and South Wales Bank, and was for some years at their Liverpool branch, but lately at Holywell.

POLICE COURT.

BUCKLEY.

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