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TafSTd £ 5. CHRISTMAS AND THF°orilp^T^apels- days only (Monday and T.wL^ ~Two at the OakoliD f\ • ^uesday) were wort-* 'I val'a Ouarrv S a^so at 1^'° meu SJuarry. fa the other Tuesday wene employed fo* four Ar Y' -•■^jday and *u bounty Sohool, to-dav RE-UNIQKV^bea re-union of old pupT I vdeionoyn. delivered a 1.Williams, the Tabe'rS Fon." There was a kS Joh/> E1^ o .FATAL ACCIDENT _Sere^tl°n Jones, son of William Griffith Tanymanod-terrace, m«t with "^ry, Griffith, oidant whilst working- in a ao- oollieries. He leav^ a "t of South Wales P03TAI. ABBA5?GEMlSSd lections ware made half an l^ T- 1834 co1' day and TuesdaV, wfth^ Ur fArher on Mon- during the day ns LOCAL despatches. Owen, Ffestin Jones^ W nT* f Tudor Lloyd Edwards, M E Pk^' Jones, J. (Perorfryn), well lSown ^n-d R- ^nes s 22^adjudic^ •t^ss sys s 22^adjudic^ •t^ss sys CIETYSe^tiig^f^J^^fN^ SO- was conducted by the children ThI f^n took part in the programme • M?* folJo^ln» Hughes, Maria William, .3ca Katie Jones, M, E. RoK m fe P^?- Katio V. Jones, Maggie Hughes,' Jane A Sffli1* Jennie Williams, Ida Prioe C?}ffi,tih' Edwards and Edith Willia.ma, Miss Elsie Price waa the accompanist- A r •9 oojd»otad by M, W. L; Griffith, TEMPERANCE AND SOCIALISM—A u be meeting was held at Ehpr>«r»^ rn^ P.u.b" SS ^l8frr Hughes in tte cluUr ^n most eloquent address on "TemDer £ w» a JgsrS Kradi £ .°"^n • POPULAR NURSF Th inhabitants of Festiniog heard with j regret of the death of Nu3Ta5? Tr I8™* mon, Ceiriog Vate. Deoeaaed was stationed here for some years, and endeared herself to all the community Apart from her efficiency ai a professional nurse, she was personafly^ admired orLaccount of her affability and kindling TP!E. BRIGADE -rt nro. poaed to hold ambuknoe clasaes At tLx grisjau Council Schoolroom. Mr .T t ?' having bwn promoted to be sergeant he £ Newydd COTP° 7 Mr W• Henry J°'ne3 Ty PREACHING SERVICES.—On Chri^™- Eve and Christmas Day preaching services w^ held at Pisgah the preaohers being the Revs Ua^fcgand Th<>ma3 Hugh6S' Ponke?' SCARCITY OF WATER.—Much inconveni- ence was caused on Sunday through the^a+ir bemg tuned off.. Although town no'ified the fact m the public street many reaT AC^IDENTi110^ 1 the infcenfion. following persons met laM wee«: mr Mowton. Mr E I ^CTel J^ and Mr R. Jones, Penrhyn I Thev are all doing wrfl. yn. I BEQUEST.—The late Mr Evan Da vie i. Cihtmr I gors-tormoc, left £ 71 to Bethania ChlS 7" MA_BAKER DIES OF SUFFOCATION. I-Owen Jones held an inquest to-dav weet touching the death of John McKay, a hakerln the employ of M^rs E. B. Jones Id Co Canton House -Mr Morris R. Jones, Maen^ Mr WVi'f the fopeman of the jury. Mr White Philhpia represented Messrs Jones and Co. In^tor Roberts appeared for the Slice T to Messrs E. B. Jones and '1 Co., said that the deoeased came to the bakery last May. He was in his usual health on the evening of the 17th inst., but he had been down for 16 days with influenza, and had only resumed work the previous week. McKay was a quiet man, and had a wife and family, who lived in Liverpool. In cross-examination, the witness etat d that he was called to the bakery that morning, and found the place full of gas. De- ceased was on his back on one of the tables, with a sack across his chest, and two sacks as a pillow under his head. A pieoe of rubber piping was at ached a gas bracket, one end of it being clos-, to ,ne deoeased, and the gas was full on, WitnL: i could not understand why the rubber pipe had been put on at all. Robert Eva.ns, an assistant at Canton House, eaid that when he we-nt to the bakery that morning no work had boen done, and the doors of the furnace were open. He saw McKay dead on the table, and the rubber pipe, with gas running through it, close by his side. There was no need for the pipe, and it was not ready for use. Dr. Carey Evans deposed to having been called to see the decea-ed soon after eight o'clock that morning. He must have died about three hours previously from suffocation but whether inten- tionally or unintentionally witness could not state. Inspector Roberta said that he had made a minute examination of the place, but could throw no more light upon the affair. Mrs Griffith, Park-square, said that deceased want to work about 3.30 that morning. He used to go early to work. McKay was in the house th night before and took a cup up tea before retiring to bed, about 10 o'clock. The jury returned a verdict that deceased was accidentally suffocated.

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