ST. ASAPH.|1882-03-17|The North Wales Express - Welsh Newspapers Online
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DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE…

EHYL.

BANGOR.

LOCAL BOARD O? HEALTH.

MOLD.

ST. ASAPH.

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ST. ASAPH. Ty MAWR FIRE.-A fire took place at the above farm on the 14th January, and a meeting was subsequently held at the Kinmel Arms Hotel on the 19th January, convened by a circular issued by Mr Joseph Lloyd to friends, neighbours, well- wishers, and faimers generally, to consider the best means of helping Mr Hughes in his trouble. At the meeting Mr John Story asked Mr Lloyd how much he thought he would be able to collect. Mr Lloyd replied. With yur assistance, Mr Story, we shall collect about £ 200.,f We are now glad to learn that over L200 has been paid to the credit of the treasurer of this fund (Mr Richard Griffiths), at the North and South Wales Bank, and the same will be present ed to Mr Abel Hughes on Monday next, at the Kinmel Arms Hotel, at 6 p.m., in a purse beautifully worked by the amiable and es- teemed landlady of that hotel.

CONWAY.

CARNiRYON.

COUNTY COURT.

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