JlfiaiSTKATION COURTS. LLANGYNOG. Mr C, E. Lloyd, Revising- Barrister, held his court fiere on Monday, for the parishes of Hirnant, Llan- rfaatadr, Llangynog, Llanwyddyn, and Pennant. Mr JEHU Roberts, and Mr John Jones, Llanfyllin, repre- sented the Liberals, and Mr Shuker the Conservatives. objections had been made by Mr Shuker to Oegapiars in the Llangynog parish Division I. list. Str; of these were sustained, one withdrawn, and one diMlløwed. Two married women were also struck Off Division III., and one ownership claim of the laerajo was not allowed. Two objections sent by 3tr Sbokec to Mr Ellis Roberts, Caereinion, and Mr -Edward Jones, Castell, had been received by them, ifeat got the necessary notices to the Overseers. Mr :Shnk,er produced th9 duplicates to the Overseers, whieh showed that they had been properly posted nud nil necessary formalities observed. The .Barrijoer struck off the names. The name of Thomas Wfttfcins, (C) Glanrhaiadr, was struck off the owner- ,ship Uitt, but the objection to his occupation vote tv" cwor-raled. Mr Shuker objected to two persons ,.of tfao name of John Evans, of Penybontfawr, and vjyofcti nsuE.es were struok off. Two mei: were struck ($10 Llangynog list, on the ground that their wee were the tenants.—Edward Evans, Pencaeon, ,w.geho,wed 2s. costs on the ground that no notice of ,WiAbdMWgJOf objection had been received by him. Tijomaa Thomas, (C) claimed a vote in respect of his 4emipgtioti at Tyny Fedw, Hirnant.—This case, after ,Male evidence was taken, was adjourned to Llan- ffHta, to give an opportunity to the landlord to attend, the claim was finally disallowed, the landlord "fsaar the caiman* father was the tenant, KXANFYLLLV. fj&a Tuesday, Mr Lloyd sat at the Town Hall to Mvfaa the lists for Llanfyllin, Llanfechain, Llan- i Meifod, and other portions of the county of 8lo&t&OB&ry. Mr Ellis Roberts and Mr John Jfoaw appeared for the Liberals, and Mr C. Shuker, at Wel3ipoo!, for the Conservatives. The Liberals .,&blodwd to the claim of John Greave for a vote for ,.j!8Ui Wr which he paid .£10 a year. Cress-examined "M»-JJr Koberts, he said the landlord paid tithes and s'• £ *« oat of -the JB10. Claim disallowed.- The v3Lib#e»l« objected to the claim of John Lewis, Cwm <sn. the ground that three claimed a joint Mr Roberts said as the father died with- mt will the widow would have the property. Mr Shiff"r aaid the widow and the two sons had agreed ù) b&XX&Q j nint tenants, and he put in the agreement. Ví)f;it zilowed.-The borough lists were then proceeded With, when Mr Roberts and Mr Jones appeared for tha Liberals, and Mr Pugh for the Conservatives. baeiuess was purely formal. JJANFAIR. 1& folemexrt E. Lloyd held his court at the Goat sSfotei for revising the overseers' lists for the ijHMtefreft of Castle Caereinion, Llangyniew, Llanfair, ..Sfooafoti, Llanllugan, and Llanwyddelan. The Con- iMtirattvas were represented by Mr C. Shuker, and -Itht,Uberals by Mr E. Powell, Newtown. In Llan- vrydd.41au parish one owner and two occupiers were labteetod to by Mr Shuker and their names were eactc off. The same thing occurred to four occu- piers ttt Listngyniew, also objected to by the Conser- ■VeUiVfM, whilst one ownership claimant and one iodgtee claimant belonging to the very same party wer,o uddad to the list. In tbe Manafon ownership itj» om&Meera had objected to the name of the Rev. EyuJeokins being retained on the list, he having Ibeaa deprived of the living by a verdict of the Con- Sistory Court. The rev. gentleman was present in -the rtwta, and protested against his name being 4cpaoted. He said he had appealed to the Court in liOttdafi ilgainst the verdict of the Consistory Court, Aad aafl hi" appeal had been heard, no privilege he at Maoafon ought to be taken from him. J^ofeins ased rather strong language as to the per- tgeeukfotvihe had undergone, but the Revising Barris- ltw mid he had nothing to do with those matters, but >3iatf&f && to whether his name should remain on the ,0W»ec*h £ p list. Eventually the Barrister reserved his <fcewion on this point until the sitting of the ,coa ft, a.t Welsh pool. In Llaufair parish the Liberals jJjjtrff Ejected to Edward Samuel as not being the tAaaotot a dwelling house. The mother of Samuel &pp&ux)d, and said her eon had been tenant since jinrtlf 1892. The rent book produced was not of a MLiie&^taey nature, to Mr Shuker sent a messenger <to landlord who wrote back in reply that the HOI, jHfci bsen tenant a year and a half. The objection was not allowed. The Conservatives had objected to Jlugb Evans as owner, and Evan Evans as occupier ,at. efie Dolau, but neither of these was smtaiut-d gw,aiulowlierdhip claims wero auowed as well as two Cnue&f votiveoccupation claims. In Ca-tioCacreir,.iOL puw.1t the Conservatives had marie several objection!- go (),wnErs an(I persona on Division 1, ()lDe ot wis eh qr&t-- tofitamed. Thomiv Davios, ianyrhafod, Wtl •tftijstifed to and struck off. WELSHPOOL. Mt" Clement E, Lloyd held his last Court in Jlriwfcjfftmery.shire at the Town Hall, Welshpool, on Mr C. Shuker represented the Conrerva- Mr Edward Powell, Newtown, the Liberals, ia tfaiisfivld par si! the Conservauvea objected to .J(#f.v.t Bvati6 and \Yi;¡Ü<m Griffiths, they having reo from the boiough dui-iug the year. Their im&stfo wane transft-rred to Divisi- n 8. The name of Jlieh ir't /ouee, Red Bwlch. was al.-o struck off. I: :LHgt(Jn parish the claims of Thoa. Corbett and Ja-11pb. Eaton for occupation in succassion were /sUtttvod. as well as two other Conservative claims in Jh township. Mr John Bedaow claimed foi kigaaa Rouse, Trewern, but Mr Scuker showed that iiff WOO acting as bailiff, and paid no rent for the IKNW. His claim was therefore allowed in Division tfaveral Conservauve ownership claimants i; and Buttii gion parishes were allowed I tote* «r;thoat objfctioi:, and the objection made by 4± 16 t/ibe>eal<i <« JB.lward Needle WMS withdrawn. The .<?-.j! £ t*crvativG* mado 16 claims, and sustained 13 fHfuis funr objectioiiS, all of which were allowed. T hi Jjibei-ols mad" five claims, and sustained 4. The ou-servative ga. n wat, 10.
A GALLANT GIRL. Tswr Hampshire magistrates, sitting at Fareham, iov«8iigated a charge agninst Alfred Taylor, a fr;JUfI..ih.&f h&vir.jr bur^Uriouply er>t<'ied a dwelling Soutiiwick, OA the 15th inst., and stolen of jewellery, t'.e property of Dr. Edward J .emis ,¿nd Alies Alic' Cross. Early on Friday morn- faft Mr* Cross saw a light: in ttle bed chamber estinguished. S;<« alfo noticed a light in th# darvauts' apartments, but havi'g communicated th. a. MTVant went t.,) bed again. Shortly after inli,s Ct6.¡j1t ettw a man. in the room standing at the foot .I)f itie b. She remained quiet tor a few seconds Ah^«aw him attempt to leave the room. He '■took- key, presumably with the object of locking -.t.rjiqx iu. Jumping out of bed, she seized the intruder, did not struggle or hurt hyr, and screamed.- //or W" committed for trial. 4:
■ -*&■ — RAILWAY FATALITY AT ABEROELE. Ol¡ Monday, an inquiry was held touch ng the dmtii of George Thoniaa Wntkis Wright, aged 43 ■fi&tr*. An engin,er -.L Ruber! e said he wa.s tite nig he to, eman at Rhyi .-tation on the Friday 1 £ !*dCURi £ The man tr.tiii t' c.. shyster nrnved at aboat rail nigh- and line p isreugers &;ig!:ted, ctiki di. taeai being the d-nifa i-ed. H-j i: qaued ot xriUL&M the nearebt way to. Aber^e e, Mid haviug told tfece-'iseii wentontof the st -tiun.—Davia Hughes, dr, depose i t.1 the Sliding or the b ;dy, and tiggtte.i from the appoMafllv t e dclOeaed he did tt, ceeta to have been rzi,i over.—P.C. W-.i^ht dip use 1 to s- archin/ the body. He d-scovered that r, u( til a t-'Ole of tbe right ooot had be-:n cutoff. fat the m:sai'tg piec s r./io tbir..y yard^ a way. rjr tiughes sad the o.y maiks of injury tt doUllHMind fracture of the riKht and a cut ,-Aver t,io right hip. Th-re was also some bleodiug at the no-n. lie believed tha: deceased had died horn A fthoek, ttizi re.,u.t- of the accident. Tur, injuries «r^rtf<iOKbfciess eaas-d dca-es.d being struck from b+!f.línd by an engine >uid imrled violently forward.— returned a verdict c.t accidental death.
LOCAL POLICE COURTS. CAERSWS,—MONDAY. Before Pryce Davies (chairman), J. Smout, Esqrs., and Capt. Anams. WILFULLY TAKING THB YOUNG OF SALMON.—, David Owen, river bailiff, charged George Blythe, Caersws, with the above offence. This was an ad- journed case, the evidence having been given at the j previous sessions, but their worships reserved judg- ment. Defendant was how fined 28s, including costs, or in default seven days' hard labour. TRESPASS IN PURSUIT OF GAME.—Edward Watkin, farmer, Llandinam, charged two Caersws men named Trow and Jones, and old offenders, with trespassing in pursuit of game on the 16th Sept. Trow appeared, but Jones did not. Witness stated that on the above date he was going along the road towards home and he heard some dogs barking as if they were chasing rabbits. Witness got over the hedge into a clover field and there saw the de. fendants. They had two dogs. with them, and they stated that they were only afur a rabbit. John Hamer, platelayer. Caersws corroborated, and Trow was fined 10s and Jones 40s including costs. There were several school oases which were dis- posed of in the usual way. BISHOPS' CASTLE,—MONDAY. Before the Mayor (Mr Councillor Strawson), Coun- cillor Greenhous (ex-mayor), and W. E. Garnott- Botfield, Esq. A BEERHOUSE LICENSE REFUSED.—MC J. A, Talbot, of Newtown, on behalf of the official liquidator of the Montjj9jjj £ ryg]1ire Brewery Com- pany, in liquidation (Mr E. H. Morris, Chirbury), I\1¥Q bt the mortgagees and the present tenant (Mr Edwin Jones), applied for a renewal of the license of the Unicorn beerhouse, which was adjourned at the annual licensing sessions on September 4th on the application of Inspector Lewis on the ground of the manner in which the house was conducted and the conviction of the landlord for permitting drunken- ness, also to enable him to give the proper notice of obj action. The service of the notice, as follows, was admitted First, that you have been twice con- victed against the tenure of your license, and that, having been so convicted, you are not a fit and proper person to hold such a license. Secondly, that the house was not required in the borough of Bishops' Castle as a beer-nouse."—Mr Talbot, at the com- mencement of the proceedings, took a technical objection in the wording of the notice, which he con- tended was not in accordance with the Act of 1869. In support of his objection he quoted the case of Regina v. the Justices of Merthyr Tydvil, and held thitt, the notice being bad, the migistratea had n? alternative but to renew the license.—The magis- trates, after consulting with the clerk, held that the notice was sufficient according to the requirements of the Act of Parliament, and over-ruled the objec- tion.—Mr Talbot asked for a note in writing to be taken, so as to enable him to appeal, if, aft,r they had heard the evidence, they decided against him.- Inspector Lewis then called John Williams, ex-police sergeant, who on oath deposed that he had been stationed in Bishop's Castle since July, lS75, till he left the force in January last, during which time he had known the Unicorn beerhouse, aud that the house had not been well conducted, and the character of the people that frequented it was bad.—Mr Talbot objected to anything being said prior to the tenancy of Jones, and the Bench ruled that the evidence must be confined to Jones's tenancy.—Continuing, witness said that Jones had kept the house about one and a half year. He had not kept it well, and was fined on the licensing day twelve months ago for permitting drunkenness, Ihere had also been a robbery from the person having taken place on the premises. Three hawker women were arrested, and one convicted. He had never spoken to Jones personally upon the manner in which the house had been conducted, but had told Mrs Jones, his wife. Jones had been tenant of the house about eight or ten days at the time of the robbery. He should >ay that it had not been a well-conducted house, and that it was not required in the neighbourhood. It was in a bad state of repair, and was not adapted for a public-house.- Nothing material was eLcited in cross-examination. Sergeant Benjamin Finney stated that he had been stationed in Bihop's Ca.-tie since February last, and that during that dune the house had not been well conducted. On the 2nd o' August the conduct was very bai, the landlord wi. the worsu for drink, and had u. bLck eye, and a tramping woman and some mea were allowed to remain on the premises for hours after they Iven drunk. On the following day he was inÎormtJd tht there was no one in charge of the house (Jones's wife having left him) and on visiting the house found ihe landlord, who was I ha worse for drink, asleep in tlx parlour and on the of August be had to take a. sweep who had bedl to the Unicorn to the lockup. I'here were also lour lull-licensed houses within 16J yards. There was i o accommodation, only a smali r labrB, and the premises were in bid repair, the drains being stopped up and the collar sometimes fUll of water. He was present on September -It whe i Jones was filled 2U, and costs, <1ud the license ordered to be endorsed, for permitting drunkenness on the premises on August 2nd.-ln reply to Mr Talbot, the officer said th it his chi f ground for ••bjeotion was that Joans permitted ul. Mr Talbot addressing the Bench, said that they ha i ruled against/him on his objection, and should like an expression of opinion from chem. As to Jones's character and the case of August 2nd, if they held that Jones was not of such a character as they could renew the license to, he would not waste their timj on that point, but would take their opinion and then make another application.—The Bench said that at present the only matter before them was in reference to Jones's case a)onc-Alr Talbot asked them nut to sacrifice the property, which would be a grea.t hard- ship to the mortagees, but to renw the lie; nse on Ilia (Mr T.ilbot) giving' an undertaking that Jone-i should quit the piemises in a month, and they would and a, suitable tenant wnoshall be approved of by th, police.—Mr Botfield asked if Mr Talbot was going to call evidence as to Jones's character, and received a reply in the negative, as he (Mr Talbot) had advised him that it, was uot necessary in accordance with the uoticj given.—The magistrates then retired, and on their i e: iirn, afler a short absence, the sai. the iicense was refuted on tho ground thst the, appli- cant had failed to produce satisfactory evidence of good ehiracter.—Mr Talbot was about to make u further application, wheu the Bench said that tho license was dead, and no further proceedings could be entertained except an application at nex:. licensing meeting for a new license.—Mr Talbot intimated that they should -.ap;,eal, and the Bench fixed tbi recognizances at two sureties in .£O each.—The license of the Castle Hotel was transferred from tbe executors of the LLte Mr John li. Pooie to Mrs Poole, thtre being no opposition. WELSHPOOL COUNTY SESSIONS — I'.iONDAT. Before Capt. Mytton, Col. Harrison, and 3. Powell, I E-qra. MAINTENANCE CASES.—In reference to the cas? against Alfred ,p,ake, who was charged at, the lass, Sessions with not supporting hi-5 mother, Mr S. Pryce said the defendant hid represented to the Guardians that he was not in a position to pay, and he had ascertained that this was not coriect.— Owing to a technical:y in regard to the service at the summ ms, the case was strain adjourned—Ev.ai Davies, of 33, Gilmore-lane, Bohon, was summoned in regard to the maintenance of his father.—Mr C 8. Pryce said defendant h.id written expressing his willingness to pay 3s par week, he had-,tho said he woul.l t,ak" hi f.tl:or to his ho!)¡o in Bolton, bnt he was afraid the smoke would kiil him.—Orde-* made foi- 2i Per week-—>2r C. 8 ag .in made his ap- plication for the appropriatioa of 'ho balance of tha rent of the pro party of the pauper lunatic John Williams, who was now at Bietoa. Af;<-r paying in- terest on mortgage the sum of j8U> would bo let", from the r>vopor' y. The wife was an able bodied ivou),tii.-M- J. Fortr.no corroborated, but the wife siid she was 73 years of age, arid had had eighteen children.—The ord-»r was nwie.—In tho ea-'e of Catherine Pryce a lunatic h the Bicioo Aavium, Mr C. S. Pryce stated that her husband had been in tho asylum ailea-t five times. The proparty, which was at New \1W¡;¡ was worth £;>0 10s. Tne Guardians asked for 7, 9d per week.—Granted. WELSiiPOOL BOROUGH SESSIONS,— TUESDAY. Before the Mayor (R O. Jonos, Esq.), D. Wall, D. ] P. Owen, W. Kogers, E>-qrs., and Coi. Twyford. DRUNK ON LICENSED PKEMXSES.—Thom-ts Ellis, land.ord ot the TM^ot Inn, was charged by e.c. It with being drunk at tne Talbot LIH un the 8th SiJpt.-1I M -irtin Wo isfam, Newtown, tlPIHflred for defe .d int—la stating his P. said that on t he }>0r0 dat;> he, in company wi; h P.O. Joues, visited the Talbot Inn, about ei^'ht o'clock in tne evening1 Tb*re w-.<s nobody in tho house, and witness rapoed and walked into the backyard, but could find not, dy about t.ne premises. He (I and corn, ma: cod knoc.ing on tho stairs. Defendant tnen (Ira.-ik. Witness said to hitu this i-> a fin- thiug leaving nobody in charge of the Di.'Vndant said "'if you want anything come otu in 'he Chelsea Lane, and I .-vilt s .on settle wuh you."—Mr Woosr.am It is a rather awkward stairs to come down.— Witness: I d) not think it is. liavo you ever beeli up it.-Wit. u"ss No, but I have seen ii Woosnani: Did yo-,i. No. 1 did not. — Mr Woosnam: Was tiler", any dis- turbance litre r—Witness: None Ilr YVoodii »MI How did you know he was drunk ?—Wifc- ness; I j ud ;cd by defendant's appearance.— Mr Woosnam Did you see defendant, have anytiid g to drinkr—Witness: I did not.—Mr Woosnam called defendant, who stated that he never saw the prose- cutor on the day in question and denied being drunk. Jones came to the house, but he did not charge him with drunkenness.—D. C. C. Crowden said that as the defendant contradicted the witness he thought it would be advisable to have Jones, who was away that day, and he therefore asked for an adjournment.—Mr I Woosnam objected to an adjournment, and saidithat now the police had found themselves in a difficulty they must needs ask their Worships for an adjourn- ment. They knew that Jones would be away, and they ought to have asked for an adjournment previous to the hearing.—Adjourned.—David Evans, High Street, was charged with being at the Talbot Inn under the influence of drink.-P.C. Rees stated that on the 8th September, about ten minutes to eleven he visited the house and found the defendant with Ellis, in the kitchen under the influence of drink. Defendant asked witness if he wanted anything to drink, and on replying in the negative he wanted to know what witness wanted there if he did not want anything to drink. The landlord was sitting at the time in a screen. In reply to Mr Woosnam, witness said that there was nobody else in the house. There was a half-pint jug on the table before Evans, but he did not notice whether there was anything in it. De. fendant walked out, and staggered down the street. WitnesF-, charged him with being drunk on licensed premises.—This case was also adjourned. Mr Woosnam applied for expenses. He said that it had been no fault of theirs that the adjournment had been brought about. He had been summoned there and his client had been put to expense.—The Bench did I not grant the application, WITHDRAWAL.—Mr G. D. Harrison applied for leave to withdraw the summons in the case of Grice v. Rogers for trespass, which was granted. DRUNK AND USING BAD LANGUAGE.—Richard Jones, Peuearth Mill, was charged by P.S. Humphreys with being drunk and using abusive language.-Prosecutor stated that on the 13th ult. he found the defendant being turned out of the Oak. He was very druuk and using very bad language.— D. C. C. Crowden stated that the defendant had not been before the court for the last twelve months, and he was fined 5s and costs. IN DANGER OF HER LIFE.-Fanny Morgan, Groe-, Guilsfield, charged Wallace Jones, grocer's apprentice, Hall Street, with assaulting her. Com- plainant stated that she was going towards Guils- field on the 13th September when the defendant came up after her and called her a lia. She had a basket of potatoes on her arm, and she threw one at the de. fendant but missed him. He then commenced to throw stones at complainant with such force "that she was in danger of her life." The stones struck her on the side and arms, and caused her much pain. —Defendant asked complainant if she was sure he called her a liar.-Witness, with emphasis, "Yes, you did."—Defendant said she hit him with a pota- too on the back of the heai. He had witness's to prove it.-Prosecutrix said she wished to call wit- nesses, but they were not at present in court, but would be in a few minutes; they had been summoned. —The Mayor said they would dismiss the case, and as he did so a person in the Court shouted out at the top of his voice that there were witnesses to prove the case. TRESPASSING.—Arthur Parry, of Berriew Street, charged Evan Williams, of Stanley St., with trespas. ing on his hay stack on the 13th and 14th September Witness stated that he had caught the defendant there several timps on the hay, and had cautione him previously. There were other boys on the LtRek, but defendant was one that was always troubling him. He had a large board put up on which was a notice cautioniog trespassers.—Defendant eaid that 0:1 Wednesday morning there were two tramps there, and it was not him that damaged the hay. He denied that he was on the hay on either date.—D. C. C Crowden reminded their Worships that thin youn, man had been had up about a mouth ago forobrfttuct- in the pavement, and the case was adjourned for a month to see how he behaved in the meantime. Hj was afterwards further charged with using obscene language.—The Bench fined him 5a including coils and the Mayor said that thay hoped that it would b a warning to lliiri, becuse if he appeared before them again thy should have to send him to prison. NEWTOWN, —WEDNESDAY. Before R.. Lloyd, E-q. DRUNK AND USING OBSCENE LANGUAGE.— James Woo 1, tramp, wos brought up in custody of P.O. UAv c'a and charged with being drunk and using obscene Ixnguage on the previous night in Brid»;v- street at 8 o'cLck. The constable r?qu^8ted defen- dant to go home, and he then became disorderly, and he WJS obliged to tak> him into custody.—Fined 7>3 6J, or in default seven days. Pr.soner went to gaol.
SEVERN AND VYRNIEW FISHERIES. To the Editor of the Montgomeryshire Express and Radnor Times. Sir,-I noticnl in a io.;dl papfr of the 6th Septem- ber a paragraph taken from the Country Gentleman re- ferring to i;e Sal,noi* fishing iu the U.)pe.- Severn and its tributaries, upon wh.cii. I Luuid like to make a lew rem, rk". In the lirsi, place it would be madness to expect any salmon in th>* uppor waters ui a season such as we have had througu th ) List spring and summer, when there has burn no wa er to cart y a fish tonce March, uuless, as state i, they had arrived ;n the high watH of January and February. I think it unusual that thUiSb flusnes did not oring up uiore fish, at all events no tisii did com* whatever the Conservators may have said at our meeting. It is i idiculous to notice what is ""IJ at our muetifigs oil this matter by men whose feeling's are devoid of justice and fair play, as is the case up In ne pari of many of the lower repre- sent rtives upon the iioard. 1 dItTer ollilely from him as to the cause of the tciic ty o: fi-li in the upper waters being attribut- able to tliti scwagd of towns, such as Shrewtbury, Welshpool, iNewiowu, etc., they have always up to the priisenc tr-veilau through tne sewage of these towns, and if there were tnousands more of them al- lowed to come they wouid tu^Cjed iu getting to the upper waters. 1 fUll no advocate for allowing the settft-getubc ititt) ttie Severn, on the other hand I would ts ,0011 a^ it is pjesibluput astop to it, but 1 believe there are cities and tuwns lower down the river wi.ero the iarue quantity of sewage poured in may tend to stop tiie fiau i.seeuding, especially one tributary, upon wnicii is situated a tuwn from which a largv qua Uty of poisonous fluid is emptied from the different dye and c.iipet factories, winch I trust, may be stopped without further delay. Another reifou given for the scarcity of fish is the great ob- struction ofTrtit-d by tho weirs t,) their ascension. That is a mutter wli,eh tiaa been kept constant y b0- fore the B .ard, aud I am happy to say a good de.-I has bell done 111 that (iireutiOt; but etill there aie weirs which n^eu attention and alteration, and others where there ¡te'" no pamtis at all which should by all means liave b.^cu do.ie tine e-ataaier. But through ajuis cause or otiier nothing "eems to have betn done to remedy tnis d. awback, not omy as regards st:inoil but trout which ttave. up stream for spawning pur- poses as well as aalmon, and I urn sorry to bay that upon sums of our best trout streams tuere are some we.rsovir w hied no trout cai. get, but I trust by gradual andsteidy woik to see ail Ihe,e obstacles overcome, and the filling in .-hropkhire and Moni- gouieryslure bee .me something want it may re>eoii- abiy expect to be. The Coa..try Ge- tieman has not, I perceive, even st LlI tiw Savoni Conservancy Board, as he would be:01'd now nave found oui. tho real re«sou of scarcity of a mon up IL the upper waters in sotiSoiits whea water wouid carry them, namely, tho disgrace- ful over fishing in tun .owu-r wat.rs. How .s io pos- sible to cxpct salmon cO piss through or jump over 'L110Ud.l1oj" ui killing i:is„rument • ? All the Chairman of the Board has.aia it is miraculous how any fish at ail succacd in yts,iug them, such, I feel confiden is the real aud only reason for the scarcity ot nsu in M-ascns whan the \fa, e1: is pientiiul to bring them. The next g. eu.t question is, U tilt re no remedy for tlti.iJ state vi Hangs ■- I NVII-I b-igiuumg to think there was not, bu I am a iit-t e cuaug. av.e in my viewo iike Haii'jo Off," ami I aw n >w titginuing to per- ceive a, little light through tne dark cioud which lIa, s, long surrounded us. We b -gaa to make the win- ning bait dl R. out last tioara meeting by taxing ourselves to life tuuo of ¡;ll!e £:)U a year for the 1 good of f.t-a river in the way of increasing the duty UP,)11 rod iiceiistri L' 2- '1' nex^suggesnou I would mak:■ in tise luteiv. t of fir; r.ver is ( n,i L trust the p reprint.>rs of Shropshire and Montgomery shire will snow their sympathy wi.h me in rny a e, i r,. to improve tnese fisheries to tins txten-j timi they will go Lu the expei<i»e, winch is oni.y I of btakiug all forus running through their pioperty, which would be of more rKiietr- to dw river 11.11 putting on a dozen water bL.i ffs, bt.ertby ^i-e.-ervi. g the trout; aud -,liieL, fi ill t.S well as tha »ii«uiou iry, dv doing so, by putting oa a few more bailiffs, and not forgetting co qualify every qua-iSsci prvpr.el-oi- iu these two countus, we shall dm. V8i LCJ oar Mil) ai. i.embers of the Board iu each coil t., on tii • Severn WHO are uesirous of see- kig improve i tisnory, auo aieo u-si-ous of seeing jus- tice and fa. r piny ¡'ud,L(1 out to the j.e-/p.« of Salop and Mvn'ij-'Utery^h.vti. H, tins meuns an a this means only I beiiivo we can se..uro the majosity of votes.— Yours obediently, A MoaTaoiii.RtsHiBE CONSERVATOR. --+-
AL'FA. Thanlisgivirg service.- were held at the Calvinistic Met..od;st Chapel ou Friday week. The services during the day, and especially at night, were well at- teildeti.
THEY SPORT WITH HUMAN iLIFE- I'll give you the plain facts in the case, and you shall help me to judge whether there was a mistake made or not. It seems that some time in 1889— in the winter, no doubt-Mr Strong, of Leicester, was taken down with influenza, often called the grip; and truly a strong grip it has when it once takes a hold. Well, II am glad to say he was able to fight out the battle and get the best of it. But the best wasn't anything to brag of. The influenza hadn't exactly beaten Mr Strong, but it left him in very bad condition. And here is where you and I properly pick up the thread of the story. His meals didn't tempt him the most savonry of dishes had no charms for our friend. He had lost his appetite, and in the long run a man had better lose his money. He forced down something of course, but it gave him such a pain in the chest that he wished he hadn't swallowed a mouthful. Then' naturally, he got so weak and nervous he couldn't sleep o' nights. This, as everybody knows, is the straight road to the graveyard, through the mad- house. Lots of people are making that trip all the time. We must eat and we must sleep. If we don't we are done for. Neuralgic pains, too, made matters worse for Mr Strong. Ile nw a doctor, and what did the doctor do? This is what the patient says on that point: This doctor gave me all kinds of strengthening medicines, but none of them did me any good, and I continued to saffer for month after month." Just what we might have expected. Mr Strong further says: "In October, 18S0, my friend, Mr James Webster, of 28, New Walk, Leicester, advised me to try a medicine called Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup, and I followed his advice. The first bottle gave me great relief, and I began to digest my food and to have an appetite and after I had used three bottles I was quite another man. I was completely cured. All my aches and pains left me, my strength returned, and I have been all right ever since. What astonished me was that the Syrup cured me so quickly, and I shall never cease thanking Mr Webster for making it known to me. YOIl are at liberty to publish my case for the benefit of others. Y 01, rB truly, (Signed) W. STRONG. 41, East-street, Leieesti r, December 30th, 1891." N JW, was there a mistake in td ma iter, and if so, what was it ? Ye*, there was a corumon mistake made. It is an old and seemingly hopeltsg blunder. The doctor," says Mr Strong, gave me all ku.ds of strengthening medicines." Open wide your ears and remember what I'm going to tell you now remember it for the hour of your own helplessness and pain: There is no such thing as strengthening medicine, ntither in tie! earth nor in the waters which are under the earth. l'his is the truth all the high-class doctors kco-v it. As for the others-well, there! the less said abcut them the better. Mr Strong took "strengthening medicines," ar.d what happened to him? Why, he "continued to suffer month after month." Did you ever see" lIo: se made stronger and fatter by spurs and lash-wi ips ? leaving cfE the oats and bay ? I think you have not. And that is what "strengthening medicines" do, and ali they do. So-called tonics are like making a sick man wa k far and fast by kicking him at every other step. Nothing under the sun but digested food imparts strength no drug ever does. And herein is the perpetual success and victory of Mother Seigel's Syrup; it cleanses the system of disease-poison and leaves Nature sweet and free. The stomach then cries, "Feed me," and so power and health come back like the tfieen gl&.S after a chower. Do you see? Mother pr,ci-.tia,s I destroy disease Nature responds, Only du that, and I can take care uf mytelf." The disease is indigestion and dyspepsia. Mr ?trorg bad it and was badly treated. Should you have u, try the Syrup first-not last, tor 1 have toid you why. EXPERIENCE. •London, March, 1892.
CRICKET AVERAGES. MACHYNLLETil. Matches played-12; Won-? Lost-8; Drawn-2. BATTING AVERAGES. Not Total Mnsf ia Inns out runs an IDus Av'rage H Lloyd-Jones 7 2 98 53 19 o Vdngitan 12 1 84 2b* 7 03 B B Griffiths 4 0 29 13 7"25 N Lloyd-Jones 13 1 75 19 G-25 Griffiths 13 1 6ti 38 5" 5 it GifUrt 7 0 30 8 4'28 C li Keayon. 7 0 30 18 4 28 Holt 12 1 35 12 ills Evans. 8 3 18 14* 3' 6 J G Martin 5 1 11 3 275 Lewis 8 1 17 9* 242 ♦Signifies not Cu-1. BOWLING AVERAGES. Overs Mdus iiuns Wkta Av'rage R nilart, 45 23 77 :a 2'85 H L.oyd-Jones 24 4 45 7 G 42 Vausrhan 118 2 2,H 33 6*61 N 149 39 252 33 7G3 B B Griffiths 252 4 72 7 10 iS Griffiths 59 7 16L 12 13 4f R. W. W. Matches played—10; Won 5; Lost—5. BATTING. Not fotal I-Iiglieat Inns out runs scoie Average E. Re's 8 3 115 51* 23 O. D. S. Taylor 10 0 141 61 144 NV. U. Wood 9 0 73 15 8.1 C. Davit-s. 9 1 63 31* 7'7 W. G.Canuon. 11 0 74 J9 0-8 A. Marston 9 1 52 20 64 A. Edwards 10 0 51 17 5 1 A. E. Taylor 7 2 26 10* 5"1 G. W. Davies 3 1 10 7 5 E. PryoJones. 9 0 42 15 4-C F. P. Keay 8 2 2S 7* 44 E. D Couche 5 0 ;;1) 12 4 A. Prvee-Jon-s 6 0 23 15 3 5 A. Tuck- r 5 2 11 8* 3'2 ♦Signifies not out. BOWLING. Ovoto Mdns Runs Wkcfs Aver-pge A. Edwards 130'3 46 2t4 35 6'4 A. Marston 55 10 147 19 7*14 W. ii. Wooi 63'2 13 144 17 8 8 A. Pryci-Jor.es G7 13 145 It! 9'i E. Pryce-Jones 32 8 79 7 112 The following bowled on less than four occa-iois: — E. Kecis, 37 ruu», 1 wicket; O. D. S. Taylor, 37, 1 G. W. Davies, 9, 0; E. A. Taylor, 17, 0 E. 1). Couche, 50, 0.
— The Minors' F^doration of Groat Britain advance a sum of .SiO to Mr loan Wilii»nn- agent of tin North Wales Fed ration, to be dstrituifed ns tli* members tiiongnt fit. I. wts decided ti» d.vide" the the money equally am mg tne IJIU11 on strike Th. Carmarthenshire Sta* ding' Joint Committee decided to withdraw tho for, of cavalry which has b' gr.-irding the Llanelly collieries and to replace l by a strong det leument of police. At Driwsbury six men weie ehi-gad with <r?k:r:r part in the ree.eut disturbances at th- co lb ry owne by Messrs. Thornt-m (i-o'hero, near ileekmondwik It was a:letted that during the frie; ;on caused by tii, coal dispiu# a great crowd went; to tue lit ant di. much dnmace, pitch.rg c.uvo.s into t o t.haft »••• partially wrecking some of the workra n's cot ages belonging fo the firm. Several constables were injured in trying to quell the disiurbanc One ot the defe dants wua diseh »rged. Tne i»th« il v men were sunt to prison for terms of impriaoatueni raa,i-.g trom onu to two months. A singular death has occu red at Hudd- field. Dan Ha'.ter-ley, a fa ta i, butiref, -*• t i vvt i ]: wita an engine driver, who h»d cinirjp oi' a th- shitsg machine, ami at Ulrtt 'ime be had lnjare son t>i-nos^, one eye, and ch^-ek. First he sa a 'hey wi-ie the ie?u!t of a kick by a hoi\-e, aud men rf a fi^hthe hud had with someone Though.not i'jt o tio It-- kept at work for a fortnight wben e i i, 1 e •i."t stand it Jack I'm d ue." lie was -»-nt to he iuiirniary, and was f umt to be Br.ffer'mr fr «kj-iw, cue to a compouad fracture of the rins It uu. lb* muscles of ihe jaw and tongue were too r-g d toe., ,1/0 anyone to interpret anything the deccas-j i wirhe.i to say, though his mind was quite clear. The cause of death i was exhaustion from continued tetanic spasms.
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J WOMAN'S FATAL LEAP AT OSWESTiiY. All inquest was held on Monday at Oswestry, con- the death of Miss Faiiuy Roberts, aged 46, jumped from thewindo-v of an upj,er room on &nt<aed&y, and died from a fracture of the spine on $awi$y- The e,viclezioc showed that d;ceased bad b'i!eH lately subject to huiluoinatious. She had shaies m tha Midland Hallway, and the fall in tfyeic value owing to. strikes had preyed upon her 0Bi\\<i, A witters named Griffiths, a tailor, of J..iIPi<irp<.)ol., and tLn PItjc-rl, man, sai,j he WzA,, eL,gag,,d ■fx,'the deceased, and the maniage was to take p.'In December. Abou-i a mouili ago witness and It4tt!! J staye i at tho Islo of Alan for a week at ewrc bote's. In answer to the Coroner, witness gkSiUif be did not renu mber the names of the hotels, bile tvi a juiymaji a-ki«g whether they stopped at "lY.&a.te houses witness sai they did, but he could 1¡,i. gi-, c the naeues of them. A juryman stated that, trvui hit knowledge Griffiths h&d proposed marriage to Lite deceased, and bad afterw.-trda slighted her. ■Tit* iary fouau timt tlee.ahed committed I Siiit temporarily insane, i iid expre-.ted inucu dis. Hon at tUe way in winch Griifijhs had given bh è4rii1£mce.