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They Say, What Do They Say?

Up and Down the Town.


1m ,I Dltlnu Y!I ftnlfi1 BARMOUTH…



FROM THE PAPERS M. Henri Roujon, perpetual secretary of the French Academy of Fine Arts, died Monday morning. 0 0 0 0 "You aretelliug lies," said one dele- gate to another at the Clerks' Conference at Hull on Monday and the latter invited his accuser to meet him outside. Eventually the remark was withdrawn. oooo As he will take charge of the new London ambulance system, Lieutenant Sladen, n, N., chief officer of the Lon- don Fire Brigade, left for the Continent no Monday to study foreigen ambulance systems. 0 0 0 0 Walking near the Cornelly Quarry, Glanmorgan, when the ground gave way, Thomas Richards, aged fifly-two, was stated at an inquest to have fallen 41ft. into a working, receiving fatal idjuries. c o o o In accordance with a custom which has prevailed for over a centuary on Whit-Monday morning, 50,000 Sheffield children, accomsanied by bands, sang hymns, glees, and national songs yester- ) day in the parks. oooo At the Carnarvonshire Assizes on Monday, the grand jury returned "No true bill in the case of Thomas Ellis, twenty six, chauffeur, of Bangor, who was charged with the manslaughter of Alfred Cecil Jones, the son of a clergy- man of the Church of England, whilst driving a motor car through the village of Llandegai, near Bangor, on January 15 last. I 0 0 0 0 i • 1, Mr Joseph Scott, an octenarian Wit- I ton dealer, attended Rosley Hill fair on i Monday for the seventy-third year.