This week in the press – 27 April 1912

  • ARCHBISHOPS VISIT  The Archbishops visit to St Asaph and North Wales – in view of the threatened attack on the Welsh Church.                            
  • CATTLE STRAYING  Mr Jones, Saron summoned to court, for allowing two cattle to stray on the highway in Cerrig y Druidion.
  • RHYL MAY DAY  Details of Rhyl May day, to be held on Thursday 2nd, May.
  • WEDDING  Particulars of the wedding of Miss E G Williams of Llewesog, to the Rev. E M Richards BA, rector of Llangystenin, as reported in last weeks edition.
  • HANGING IN HENLLAN  A verdict of suicide is reached by the Coroner, in the inqury of a death on a Henllan farm.
  • DRUNKEN NAVVY SENT TO GAOL  Mr McCarthy, a native of Ireland, working at Birkenhead Water works, Cerrig y Druidion,  sent to Gaol for 21 days, for being drunk and disorderley.
  • LLANBEDR FIRE  The fire brigade with Luitenant Joyce in command, attended to a barn fire, on a farm in Llanbedr.  The entire haystack was destroyed.
  • DENBIGH FUNERAL  Details of the funeral Mrs Hughes, Vale Street, Denbigh. One of the largest funerals seen for many years, and a lady much respected in the town.

SPECIAL – TITANIC INQUIRY

MFD 1791 - Denbighshire Free Press, 27 April 1912.

MFD 1791 - Denbighshire Free Press, 27 April 1912. Available to view at Denbighshire Archives.

MFD 1791 - Denbighshire Free Press, 27 April 1912.

MFD 1791 - Denbighshire Free Press, 27 April 1912. Available to view at Denbighshire Archives.

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One Response to “This week in the press – 27 April 1912”

  1. Mr R Evans Says:

    Very well put together you should be proud of yourselves.

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