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MISHAP TO A RHYL COACHING PARTY. AXLE OF A FOUR-IN-HAND BREAKS. At Pensarn, Abergele, to-day week, an unfor- tunate accident befel a four-in-hand coach from Rhyl, which was returning with passengers from Llandudno. When opposite the brickfields at Pensarn, the front axle of the coach broke and the horses taking fright attempted to bolt, one of them being dragged under the vehicle. Ed- ward Williams, Penucha, who was close by at the time, however, managed to pull them up. The fourteen passengers slid into the roadway, but, fortunately, no one was seriously injured, a sprained ankle sustained by Miss Chihvell, a well-known teacher of dancing, being the gravest of the casualties. Two youths, named John Evans, of Edgefield Villa, and David Jones, Golden Grove, who were in a small cart driving towards the accident, im- mediately drove back to tke Cambrian Hotel, Pensarn, and telephoned to Dr. Peter Jones, who arrived promptly on the scene in his motor car, and attended to the injured, who were afterwards taken to Rhyl, some in the doctor's motor, and some in carriages. Several visitors at Pensarn rendered valuable first-aid to the passengers.

NORTH WALES TEACHERS IN GERMANY.

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FETE AT LLANRWST. ---

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THE HEALTH OF DENBIGHSHIRE.

FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT WEEXHAM.

THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD.

CHILLED BY A SUMMER SHOWER.

PRUNING.

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