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PENSIONS ACT : IS IT ABUSED?

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.MENAI BRIDGE URBAN COUNCIL

THiANKSOFTENG DAtf FOOTBALL.

PERSONAL

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LOCAL BANKRUPTCIES.

! THROWING STONES AT l TElEAGRPH…

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THROWING STONES AT l TElEAGRPH WIRES HEAVY FINE, AT CARNARVON. At the Carnarvon Count Sessions, on Satur- day, John Owen Roberts (16), Minafon, Waen- fawr, pleaded guilty to a charge of throwing stones at telegraph wires and insulators. P.C. Williams 25 stated that he saw the de- fendant, with two other boys, on the 37th of last month, coming home from the Carnarvon County School, between Caeathraw and Waeji- fawr. He saw the defendant throwing stones twenty-seven times, and heard the wires and an insulator being struck. Supt. Griffith stated that the police had re- ceived several complaints with regard to the damage caused to Government property in this district. Mr. Gaudin (headmaster of the Car- nar on County School) had been requested to warn, boys not to throw stones at the wires, as. besides causing a good deal of unnecessary ex- pen--v. it also interrupted communication. Mr. Gaudin had warned the boys, but damage con- tinued to be done to the wires, and, as a result, an officer was sent to watch the place. After a short retirement, the Chairman (Robert Roberts. Esq.) stated that the Bench had gone into the case thoroughly, and con- sidered that this habit was a most pernicious one. It was dangerous to property, and to any person who might happen to pass. They would fine the defendant £1 and costs, in de- fault of which he would have to go to gaol. as they were determined to put an end to thin habit.

Carnarvon

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FESTINIOG COMPENSATION CASES.

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