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THE L/LTE REV. J. OGWEN JONES,…

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| A FLOTILLA OF GUNBOATS,

A DANGEROUS WOOING.

TIPPERARY RIFLES.

ATTEMPTING TO SHOOT AT SEA.

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ATTEMPTING TO SHOOT AT SEA. John Henry O'Neil, a smart looking man, was charged at the Thames police-court on Friday, with attempting to shoot William Baker whilst on the high seas. The prosecutor said he was first steward on the Hawarden Castle, one of the Cape steamers, and the prisoner was a second-class passenger from Cape Town. On the 6th inst., when on the high seas, he was coming out of his cabin, when he saw O'Xeil standing by the pantry-door with a five- ch inhered revolver in his right hand. He was point itig the revolver at a passenger, who was in the fore- cabin saloon, and said to him, "You have been the cause of all this." The.witness rushed at the accused, and threw up one of his arms.The prisoner then turned on him and held him with his left hand, while he pointed the revolver at his head, saying, "And you too." The prosecutor pushed him away, and ran up to the chief officer and told him what had occurred Another passenger struggled with the priso r, and threw him to the ground. He was then secured and the revolver taken from him. The chief officer of the Hawarden Castle said that the revolver was loaded, and that the accused seemed to have an impression that all the rest of the passengers were Fenians.-The prisoner was remanded.

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EXCITING SCENE AT A FIRE.

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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

ST ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

THE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE…

Family Notices

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I Correspondence.

PRIMROSES AND POETRY.

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