BANGOR, TUESDAY, Dec 29

... BANGOR, rpuSDAY, Dec 29. Before Sir R. B. Williams-Ballkeley, Bart., M.P., J. G. Griffith, and J. V. H. Williams, Esqrs. Owen Roberts, Tanyclogwyn, in the parish of Aber, r, an old man of 82 years, wa ...

OUTRAGEOUS ASSAULTS BY GUARDSMEN

... At the Mansion House Police Court, on Saturday, John Binge, belonging to the Grenadier Guards, ?? wore a Crimean medal, was charged wvith assauliting a porter named G ...

DERBY BANKRUPTCY COURT

... TUMDA'Y. tflefore His Honour Judge -SMYLY, Q.C.] A CuBIQUIS Pon1'T.-Mr. R.-S Clifford, on behalf of John Porter, licensed victualler, of Sawley asked for an order-directing the ...

PORTSMOUTH BOROUGH SESSIONS

... The Quarter Sessions for this Borough were com- mecd yesterday at the Sessions House, Penny-street, =eoeW. N. Massey, Esq., M.P., Recorder. Wam Morret4, a marriedomner, ao ...

THE MURDERS IN WARREN STREET

... THiE MURDERS IN WARREN STREET. At the Central Criminal Cou'rt on Thursday, Em- manuel Barthelsmy, 32, a Frenchmnan, described as an r * engineer, was indicted for the wilful murder of Charles 2 Collar ...

MYSTERIOUS STREET ACCIDENT AT DENBIGH

... MYSTERIOUS STRET ACCIDENT AT DENBIGH. INQUEST ON THE DODY. On. Wednesday evening, an inquest wae ?? at' the Denbiglishire Infirmary, on thebodyof Margaret Jones, an imbecile, aged about 60, of Higbgat ...

EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY

... Lo - + 1 A C-- J z- ?? -- - -- n are Within the last few days a robbery, accompanied with luary, violence, has been perpetrated at the west end of London, !cs0 under very remark ...

A EUSTON SQUARE MYSTERY

... Dr. George Danford Thomas, the coroner for Central Middlesex, opened an enquiry at the Royal Free Hospital, Gray's Inn Road, London, on iWednesday, into the cir- cumstances at ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... - ?? 4 ~-a POutE IThRLLIGENCE.. CIMY POLICE COURT. MONDAY. CHIAfGO O PERJURY AGAINST A GOETON nDpB Morria Weston, a Scotch travelling draper, Carryi on business at 143, Great Clowtt-Atreet, Gtoltn was ...

THE ALLEGED RAILWAY OUTRAGE AT RETFORD

... THE ALLEGED RAILWAY OUTRAG-E AT I R1E'TFO D. On Fridav morning at the Retford Police-court, Albert Winale was brought ttp in custody, on remand, charged with having attempted to commit a criminal ansa ...

SALFORD HUNDRED SESSIONS

... SALPORD HUNRED SESSIONS. The business oi the intermediate Quarter Sesiounsi for the Salford Hundred was continued yesterday at +le Assize Courts, Strangeways. Mr. W. A. Higgin, Q.S., the chairman of t ...