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RUFFIANS WELL SERVED.

RUFFIANS WELL SERVED.

Alfred Stannard, 24; George Curtis, 26; and Thomas Blacker, 26; three well-known ruffians, who for some time past have been the tenor of York-road, Battersea, were found guilty at the Central Criminal Court of a shocking assault upon Police constable Sharman, 206 B. In passing s
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
tilougb 1 -, awl !tam *ousts to att.

tilougb 1 -, awl !tam *ousts to att.

tilougb 1 -, *ousts to att. B USINESS PREMISES TO LET in the of High street, IRhyl. Possession say be hacro ir May 18th. Particulars of W. U. Evans, 3, Sea view terrace, Colwyn Bay,
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
315110 W• Epatsei.l 31:)X•EMPEMs, of Brussels' Carpets, Seamless Art Linoleum. New Art Blinds and taped s:dges, from is. Eid. per

315110 W• Epatsei.l 31:)X•EMPEMs, of Brussels' Carpets, Seamless Art Linoleum. New Art Blinds and taped s:dges, from is. Eid. per

designs from Sid. per yd. All POSSIBLE PRICES.
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Pegattivap gc4ool. BEAD MASTEN* REV. B. 0. THOMAS, FE 1.8., &e. Lao Mod Master Camay Co,. aIIICOND MASTEN J. P.

Pegattivap gc4ool. BEAD MASTEN* REV. B. 0. THOMAS, FE 1.8., &e. Lao Mod Master Camay Co,. aIIICOND MASTEN J. P.

FERRON, 8.A., (Niue). MAT ps gNTERILD AT ANT TIME. ProPedas. AL, a PPlication•
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
The Cheapest Shop for Quilts, Sheets, Shaetings, Curtains, Blinds, Table Covers, Table Cloths, Towels, Ticks, Linens, Oil Cloths, Millinery, Fancy

The Cheapest Shop for Quilts, Sheets, Shaetings, Curtains, Blinds, Table Covers, Table Cloths, Towels, Ticks, Linens, Oil Cloths, Millinery, Fancy

Drapery, and Ready-Made Clothing. W. DAVIES, Proprietor.
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
A good assortment of Beady-Mads for Boys, Youths, sad

A good assortment of Beady-Mads for Boys, Youths, sad

February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
ii, $•

ii, $•

ii , $• +4ll. T. 111 now The NEWEST DESIGNS iza CARPETS, ILINOLEUMS, CUR Quilts, Table aso. AL:tdiblietleileb 43-04:0€11.iiii WINCONDII.2.II3I3r O 31P3P1C54Dilli• . to A — contributions from Ilselor, Li br a rian ft --/ . Conwy, dm., Lo. r ....._ Vignose names will be invited if
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. IT. is SOt hint* °analyst with oar , sailainia)

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. IT. is SOt hint* °analyst with oar , sailainia)

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. IT. is SOt hint* with oar , sailainia) " What's in n name? " is generally a quite unnecessary question to ask, for it carries its own I answer. So evidently think the gentlemen who, : as a properly-formed syndicate, have purchased Tussaud's famous exhibitio
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
THE WATERLOO MONUMENT.

THE WATERLOO MONUMENT.

At a recent meeting of the Waterloo Monument Committee In Brussels Lord Vivian, the chairman, communicated a teeter from the Burgomaster of Brussels stating that all the remains had been removed from the old cemetery of the Quartier Leopold except those of the English who had fa
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
DEBATING SOCIETY.

DEBATING SOCIETY.

Om Thursday evening the usual meeting was held, Dr. Fraser occupying the chair. Mr Bevan opened in the negative a debate on "The Naturalization of the Land." Be stated that the chief objects of the society formed to promote this end were (1) the creation of small holdings and th
February 14, 1889 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales