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EXTRAORDINARY ATTACK ON A LADY CYCLIST. ON Saturday, William Parry Jones, 10 years I of age, Dynryn, was brought before the Barmouth magistrates charged with assaul- ting a young lady named Miss Annie Lowe, of Barmouth. It appears that Miss Lowe was passing through Dyftryn on her bicycle when the defendant picked up a heavy rod of iron and threw it at her. It was said, that she was subjected to annoyance every time she cycled through the village, and on one occasion, at exactly the same spot, a youth attempted to thrust a stick between the spokes of her, father's machine. When asked if he was guilty, defendant nodded his head. Mr. Lowe said the boy admitted the offence to him immediately. The Clerk: But that would make no difference if he had killed your daughter. Letters testifying to defendant's good character were read from Mr. R. J. Williams, postmaster, and Mr. R. Roberts, schoolmas-. ter. The defendant was severely reprimanded, and ordered to pay the costs, amounting to 9s. 6d.

----BEAUMARIS COUNTY SCHOOL.

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