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THE QUARRIES DISPUTE.

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DOLGELLEY. THE 3RD MILITIA BATTALION WELSH FUSILIERS. An announcement appears in the papers stating that the War Office have decided that the above Battalion are to assemble here for their annual training, commencing early next month. GOOD FRIDAY. The eisteddvod which will be held on Good Friday, under the auspices of the Weeleyans, promises to be a complete success. The num- ber of competitors exceed those of last year. The musical adjudicators will be Mr. Mael- gwyn Davies, R.A.M., London. TEMPERANCE, A series of temperance sermons are being de- livered this week, and the services are exceed- ingly well attended. On Monday evening, the Rev. Evan Roberts (C. M.), preached at the Wesleyan Chapel. On Tuesday evening, the Rev. R. G. Roberte (B) occupied the pulpit at Bethel (C M). On Thursday evening, the Rev. Pari Huws, B.D. (I) at the Baptist Chapel, and Friday evening, the Rev. P. Jones Roberts (W), Barmouth, at the Independent Chapel. LOCAL SUCCESSES—QUEEN'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS. We have pleasure in announcing the follow- ing local successes at the last Queen's Scholar- ship Examination :-Mr. J. J. Jones, assistant master at the Board School (late of the Nation- al School), Mr. David Jones, pupil teacher at the National School, Misses Harriet and Mary Williams, Girls' Board School (both daughters of the late Captain George Williams, Derwen House)- The two former were prepared for the examination by Mr. D. J. Williams, head master, National School, and the latter by Miss J. A. Roberts, head mistress of the Girls' Board School. FATAL ACCIDENT AT A GOLD MINE. An accident which proved fatal befel Mr. W. Williams, Wesley Terrace, Arthog, last Wednesday, whilst following his employment at the British Goldfields (Gwynfynydd) Gold Mine. It appears that deceased, after some blasting operations, entered the level, when part of the roof gave way, inflicting serious injuries to his head. Dr. John Jones, Caer- ffynnon, was as quickly as possible in atten- dance, but he succumbed to his injuries on Friday last. Deceased, who was 32 years of age and single, was much respected by both employers and employed. An inquest was held on Monday last, before Mr. W. R. Davies. coroner, when a verdict of accidental death was returned. The funeral took place at Llan- fachreth last Monday amidst general signs of sympathy. The mine was for the day closed, and the funeral was one of the largest seen in the district. The deepest sympathy is being felt with his family and relatives in their sad and unexpected bereivement.

. BRITHDIR.

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