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DENBIGH LUETIC ASYLUM.—MEDICAL…

FRIDAY.—MARCH 10TH.

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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—FRIDAY.

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XXYJIJ x \rx:nn:' 11 LOCAL BOA-RD.-On Tuesday the members at their monthly meeting declined t) adept a mem- orial forwarded from the Carnarvon Town Council, praying that the proposed university for higher education in Wales should be established in Car- narvon. The clerk repoited that the retiring mem- bers of the bop.id were Messrs Sankey, Euchus, James Hughes, Cope, aud Robert L'oyd. A census of the stallholders in the market showed that they were divided in opiuion as to whether the; market should be closed at nine instead of ten p m on Friday evenings, and therefore no action was taken in the matter. JThe rrarket committee were desired to investigate and report upon the desirability of removing the butchers to the lower market, and converting the uoper portion of the building into an assembly-room.

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