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ABiiiKYSTYVYlH

TOWYN

BAUMOUTH.

DEATH OF ELLIS JONES.

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FESTINIOG. OBITUARV.—On Sit. jr lay list the death took place at Tanygrisiau of Miss Morris, the only daughter of Mr W. W. Morris, Pits C'-vmrrthin, manager t) the New Rhosydd Slate Qoa.ry. Miss Morris was highly respected in the neighb mr- hood and was a faithfir. member of the C.M Churc h She had been ailing for a longtime and durinsr la-t winter had resided at Bournemouth to recoup her health. The news of her death wa? received with regret by a large circle of friends and much sympathy is expressed with her father in his bereavement. ASSAULT ON A MAGISTRATE.—On Thursday last, before Mr William Davies and other magistrates, a man named Hugh Rowlands, a quarryman resid- ing at Fair-view, Blaenati Festiniog, was charged with assaulting Mr J. Parry Jones, a magistrate for the county of Merioneth, on Saturday night, the 27th of August.—Mr Parry Jones, who appeared in Court with his head bandaged, said jhat he was going towards home through High-street on the night in question, and when opposite the M-drion I Vaults he saw a crowd, through which hepenetrated, andfound that the accused and another man had been fightiug. He tried to part them bat the accused followed him across the road and struck him on the head with his fist. He lost his hat and umbrella in the scuffle, and for a time he was unconscious from thre blow.—Corroborative evidence having been given, the Chairman sa d that the assault was Iluit, uncalled for. Mr Parry Jones had gone into the crowd with the best intentions, his object being to pacify the combatants, but the acJscd had ungrate- fully struck his benefactor. Prisoner must go to gaol for fourteen days with hard labour.

MR T. E. ELLIS AND THE LIBERAL…

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