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AGAINST RELIGIOUS EQUALITY

COLWYN BAY EDUCATION ! AUTHORITY…

CARNARVON BOROUGH SESSIONS

I I I BEAUMARIS PETTY SESSIONS

RICHES AND POVERTY.

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PENMAENMAWR URBAN COUNCIL

PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR AT COLWYN…

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COLWYN BAY. !

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LLANDUDNO

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LLANFAIRFECHAN.I

LLANRWST.

MONTGOMERY SHIRE HORSE i

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FOOLING WITH A GUN j .--I

RIOTOUS SCENE AT ! LLANERCHYMEDD

GWYRFAI RURAL COUNCIL

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GWYRFAI RURAL COUNCIL j THE ROEWEN FOOTPATH AGfcAHN. THE QUESTION OF (OOSTg. At tihe monthly meeting of the Councii mm Saturday, a communication was read from tM County Council, calling upcm that 'body to pay forthwith the sum of i£51O, being aportio.a of the legal costs incurred in contesting a night of way over the floewen Footpath at Portdinorwtc. The Finance Committee recommended the pay- ment of the money. In accordance with notice, Mr J. O. Lloyd Williams moved that ftlbe oosts s'hoold fall OIl (the iparislh of Llanfairisgaer, vrhesra the foot, path is situated, and that the Local Govern- ment ibe applied to to sanction, this under SMl. Mr Williams declared that he was oIIB anxious as any memiber to safeguard ipufblic rights, but in the present instance the Parish Council of Llanfairisigaer ihad gone to law in apposition to advice andl to the .wishes of the District Council, and-he, therefore, thought it the dutty of the parish to pay {ilneao*, ,hoMr). The proposal was supported !by several mem- bers, some of whom complained that the Omnty Council had altogether ignored the District Council in tihe matter. Mr Thomas Jones, a. « member of the Uao- fairisgaer Parish Council, maintained that if the Parish Council ihad erred, they 'had done so with the best intentions, Which were to safe- guard the public fights. He appealed for. leniency. fit was eventually agreed to lay the ciasa â bt/fore the Local 0awrtnment IBoa.rdbe.f saddling tho burden on the parish, and also to task the 'County Council to stay their hands pending the decision of the iBloa.rd. The medical offioer of health (Do* FraaeT) re- ported that .he had considered (the qu of the removal of house refuse in the populous villages iin the Niantlle Vale, and the system which lie considered the most effective and otb. most certain of benefiting- the health of the re- sidents was somewhat on the lines of that which had been in force at Ll'anduklhio for some years, .comprising a weekly removal of solid house re- fuse and the providing of each bouse with a. galvanised iron -ash/bin, and a plot of land to which the refuse- could be removed. The matter was referred to the Pariah Coun- cil.

ANGLESEY WILL CASE