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FLINT COUNTY COUNCIL.

RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

RHYL RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.

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FLINT BOROUGHS.

UNIONIST TRIUMPH IN DENBIGH…

VICTORY WON BY HARD WORK.

- EAST DENBIGHSHIRE.

FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS.

A LLANRWST WIDOW DROWNED.

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A LLANRWST WIDOW DROWNED. CORONER'S INQUEST. On Monday Mr Pentir Williams, coroner held an inquiry touclung the death of Mrs Mary Ann Lloyd, "6 years of age, a widow residing at Ty Hwnt j'r Bont, Llanrwst, whose body was found in the River Conway at Gower's Bridge on Satur- day. Mr LI. G. Jones, Mac3 yr Haf, Trefciw, was foreman of the jury. Christopher Lloyd, son of the deceased, ga.vc evidence of identification, and stated that the last time he saw hia mother alive was at 6 am on Saturday morning, when he left to go to his work. She wa» then in her usual health. She had suffered from rheumatism for the past three years, but he never noticed her depressed. Winiam W illiams, Ysgubor Gerrig, stated that he was conning to Llanrwst along the Trefriw Old-road, and .when near Tu Hwnt i'r Bont he saw deceased crossing the road. She went through the opening on the upper side of the Llanrwst Bridge and immediately turned down a little path in the direction of the river. This was at 11.15 a.m on Saturday. Joseph Thomas, SiHn-square, said that between 12 and 1 o'clock on Saturday he was going down Station-road when two little children told him that there was a woman drowned in the river, but the children were so small that he took no notice, and went on. A little further he met a lad of about 15 and he asked him itf it was true, and the boy said "Yes; she is in the water by Cower* 3 Bridge." Witness immediately ran there and lifted the woman up, holding her by her shoul- ders until two other men came with a rope, by means of which he brought her body ashore. Mr John Roberts, Con way terrace, Llanrwst, stated that he was very well acquainted with the deceased, and he had noticed for the past few weeks that there was something peculiar about her. The jury returned a verdict of "Found drowned," and passed a vote of sympathy with the deceased's family.

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LLANDUDNO AND THE NATIONAL…

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FOOTBALL.

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Hunting Appointments. I

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ELECTION IN CARNARVON BOROUGHS.