Welsh Newspapers

Search 15 million Welsh newspaper articles

Hide Articles List

10 articles on this Page

THE BRIGHT AND HARTINGTON"…

———————————————< CONSERVATISM…

THE TOWN CLERKSHIP.

WREXHAM A REGIMENTAL HEAD…

111j --------.._------------------_-_n__¿fDral…

————————( ---------HARVEST…

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE…

[No title]

A WORTHY OFFICER. j ;

j8.4 TCRDA V, November, 1st,…

News
Cite
Share

V ■■ 1.! T the election of Mr JAMES' (Town Clerk) suc- cessor, when Mr. T. BURY was unanimously elected to the office. The Ruthin County Magistrates had a sad case before them on Monday. A person named Roberts, who had lately been engaged at Berth Hall as butler, was charged with stealing JE7. When the theft was first discovered the prisoner said he had been attacked by burglars, who had seriously injured him. He was subsequently apprehended, and then confessed that he had stolen the money. The magistrates dealt with him summarily, sending him to gaol for six months. An important meeting of the Church of England Temperance Society was held on Monday evening, under the presidency of the VICAR, when addresses were delivered by the Rev. J. BARON, and Mr. C. ASPINALL, the coroner of Liverpool. The prisoner ROSENBERG has been sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment for the libels in his paper upon Mrs. CoRNWALLis WEST, Mrs. LANGTRY, and Lord LONDESBOROUGH. A very serious accident occurred, on Thursday, at the Pentre, resulting in the loss of two lives and the entire destruction of a house. Several other persons had a miraculous escape. The ac- cident was occasioned by an explosion of gun- powder.