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RUTHIN.

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CORWEN.

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HAWARDEN.

HOLT.

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HOLT. THE LOST WOMAN.—Nothing has yet been heard of Ann Challouer, who left her brother's house some weeks ago. Much fear is entertained that she has by some means got into the river and pro- bably drowned, she being of weak intellect. SAD ACCIDENT.—The remains of the poor man, Joseph Gibson, who was so fearfully mutilated and decapitated upon the railway near Chrisletou, on Saturday night last, were interred at Holt on Wednesday afternoon. He has left a widow and three small children.

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LLANGOLLEN.

MOLD.

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OSWESTRY.

ETJABON.

ST. ASAPH,

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