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RHYL NEW STATION has at last heen cnm- mcnced, Mr Rhydwen Jones being the con- tractor. SCIENCE AND ART CLASSED for drawing, writ- ing, shorthand, physiology, and botany, have been established at Hhyl. MH ELLIS EYTON, M.P. was one of the four members, not Irishmen, who voted with the Home Hulen; on Friday night. .A TESTIMONIAL is to be presented to the Rev. T. A. Thomas, curate of IUmJdbn, on hh pro- motion to the living of JUenecht:rd. I HARDING AND JONES, char?fd with attempt- in? to murder the ?amekeeper?wainat Newtown, have been remanded for another week. RHYL CHURCH LrvlxG is now in the gift of the Vicar of Rhuddlan. An effort is being made to transferee presentation to the Bishop of St. Asaph. I HANNAH DAVIES, wife of George Davies, engine fitter, Birkenhead, was found (lead last week in the house of her mother, two empty i laudanum bottles being found in the room. it is supposed she had committed suicide. GEORGE CHEESE is in custody at Bishop' C?st?' on a serious charge. He and a man named John Jones quarrelled in a public-lionse. From words they went to blows, and Jones was so severely assaulted that he died in a few days. WILLIAM WALTERS, a little lad, 13 -y?4I.Lrs, havin' no IDotha and bein? deserted by his father, was charged at Shrewsbury on Friday, witfi absconding, for the seventh time, from Atcliam Workhouse. He was sent to gaol for fourteen days. THE RHYL COMMISSIONERS have resolved to apply for i'2,000 from the Treasury, and for power from the Local Government Board to purchase witli it the foreshore belonging to tlie ('rown and to certain private ratepayers, so as to have entire control of the shore :md nmke an esplanade. A SOLDIER, named Chidlow, has been corn- j initted for trial, charged with the murder of John at Market Drayton. The men quarrelled about a :lwl it is alleged the deceased assaulted the latter, whose lIarneideech, whereupon Chidlow "tahbell him so seriously^ Miat he subsequently died. I A SAD F:\TI\l,ITPha:; taken place near Aberystwith. Mr John Roberts, of Tyissa, when presenting a testimonial to the Rev. Mr Lewis, vicar of Llanilar, in the schoolroom at that place, oil Wednesday week, prior to his re- moval to South Wales, fell down dead. The sad event caused a sudden termmatMt to the pro- ceedings. Miss ELIZABETH JONES, lodging house keeper, Beaumaris, has met with her death in a melan? choly manner. On Thursday week, at midniyht, she entered her father's bedroom, and, apparently in a fit of passion, dashed her hand twice through the window gla?, almost 8trenng the wrist. She fainted from loss of blood, and was carried to her room and the injured wrist bound. The father remained with her all night, but she died before medical aid arrived. It was stated she had been in a desponding state since the birth of m illegitimate child.




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