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DENBIGH LUETIC ASYLUM.—MEDICAL…

FRIDAY.—MARCH 10TH.

MONDAY.

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WEDNESDAY.

FOOTBALL NOTES.I

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

LLANDUDNO.!

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LLANDUDNO. CoMMissrONERS' MEETING.âThe monthly meeting was held on Wednesday, Mr Benjamin Woodcock presiding. There were also present Dr Bold Wil- liamis, Dr Daltun, Messrs J. S. James, L. Raw, E. Jones, J. Jones, R. Conway, W. Bevan, J. M. Young, T. Parry, J. Ridge, B. Turner. E. Owen, W. Ev atis, Deline's, and W. Smith. Mr T. Parry proposed and Dr Bold Williams seconded a vote of condolence and sympathy with Mrs Bulkeley Hughes on the death of her husband, who had so long and so ably served the ratepayers as the chairman of that board. A congratulatory address to the Queen, on her escape from the attempt on her life, was also passed, on the motion of Dr Bold Williams. The .water and gas committee recommended that the board lay down a fixed principle that all nett profits accruing at the end ofcachiioancialyearon the water and gas un- dertakings be applied to reducing the price of gas. After some discussion, Mr Bpinther James moved that a reduction of Is per 1000 be made in the current quarter upon the understanding that the supposed profit, L500, proved to be correct. Upon being put. to the vote, Mr James's motion was negative 1 by ten to seven. A memorial was re- ceived from I-hngor relative to the proposed col- lege for Wales. It was unanimously decided to vote in favour of Bangor's claims, inasmuch as there was no possibility of Llandudno being selec- ted.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—FRIDAY.

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