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ABERDOVEY

THE PENRHYN QUARRY.

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CARNARVON.I

ALLEGED CHILD MURDER AT CARNARVON.

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BARMOUTH

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BARMOUTH SALS OF PROPERTY.—On Friday afternoon Mr Howard Daniel conducted a sale by auction at the Corsygedol HOhlof villas and sites at Barmouth and Fairbourne, aoting on instructions of the Rev Arberth Evans and other., Messrs Lloyd George and George being solicitors for the vendors. All the properties were withdrawn, the reserves not being reached, with the exception of Llwyncelyn Villa, which was sold to Mr W. H. Myers, brother-in- law of Dr. Davies, of Machynlleth. The sale waa wen attended, the biddings were brisk, and probably several of the lots will be disposed of by private treaty. ACCIDENTS.—OO< Friday, when a party was being driven aroond the Estuary in a ohar-a-banc, one of the horses suddenly fell, bringing the vehicle to a dead stop. Some of the- passengers were some- what shaken, but escaped without serious injury. —On Tuesday morning a horse, attached to a cart belonging to Mrs Owen, Plascanol, driven by W. P. Jones, bolted and ran into the town. Fortu- nately the coaches and char-a-bancs bad left the streets shortly before, and when the horse got into the street near the station it was pluckily caught by P.S. Owen ami Mr Davis, butcher, and brought to a standstill. The driver was thrown out, but escaped with a few scratches only. ACCIDENT.—A very nasty accident took place on Saturday mornin? in the Llanaber-road. A four- wheel vehicle, loaded with visitors, was proceeding towards Harlech, when, all of a sudden, a motor- car came along in front at a great speed. The horse took fright and turned tound, causing the vehicle and its occupants to turn and to be thrown to the ground. Two of the passengers, a lady and a gentleman, were seriously injured. Both are attended to by Dr Hughes. THE ASSESSMENT GRIEVANCE.—A large number of ratepayera went to Dolgelloy on Saturday last to appeal for a redaction in their present valuation. The complainta as to the nnevenneaa of the valua- tion of property is pretty general. THK BARMOUTH JUNCTION TRAM ROAD. —The tram road, which has been erected on the Barmouth Junction Estate by Messrs Solomon Andrews and Sons, has been well patronized, considering that it haa been opened this last month only. The traffic has been exceedingly heavy both ways. The Fair- bourne tram road has also been exceptionally busy this season. Visitors from Fairbourne and Bar- mouth are charmed with the onting and scenery along the Fairbourne coast and the Golf Links. The ferry-boats meet the tram each journey at J stated times. t tOBiTCARY. — At eleven o'clock en Thursday Bight death took away, at the age of 13 years, of May Davies Owen, only daughter of Captain and Mrs Owen, Waterloo-place. Deceased had been ailing for weeks, but through all her illness she kept perfectly cheerful. She was a member of Caersalem Chapel, and was a well-known prize- winner in recitations and singing. She had also taken several prizes for pianoforte playing at various annual competitive meetings. The sweet and smiling face will. be greatly missed, not only by her sorrowful parents and only brother, but by all who knew her, especially by the members and teachers of Caersalem Sunday School. The funeral, which was private, took place at Llanaber on Mon- day morning, her pastor, the Rev J Gwynoro Davies, officiating.

DOLGELLEY

THE B.O.H. SUBSCRIPTION PACK.

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CAMBRIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

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