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A HOLIDAY IN LWckPOOLI

CONWAY RURAL COUNCIL I

BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS

|A BOOK TO KEEP.

PRESENTATIONS AT BEAUMARIS

MENAI BRIDGE URBAN COUNCIL

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BETHESDA FARMER & PWLLHELI…

"READY, AYE READY?"

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ALLEGED THEFT AT GWALCHMAII

CONWAY BOARD OF GUARDIANS

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CONWAY BOARD OF GUARDIANS AS EXPLANATION REQUIRED. Mr J. W. Raynes, J.P., presided over the proceedings of the Conway Board of Guardians held on Friday afternoon. A REPORT REQUIREDâMessrs Hugh Owen, WIn. Williams, and David Jones were appointed as a sub-committee to visit and in- spect the infirmary and to prepare a report as to the most efficient method* for preventing the backing up of water in the sewerage pipes in consequence of the tides. They were also re- quested to report as to what provision could be made to prevent inmates climbing over the doors. IN CREDIT.âThe Assistant Clerk (Mr J. W. Poet) reported that the balance in the trea- surer's hands that day was L1699. THE! INCMAISIIFD, REPRESENTATION. OF COLWYN BAY.âA communication was read from the Local Government Board with reference to the Order dealing with the repre- sentation on the Conway Board of Guardians of the parishes comprised in the Urban Dis- trict of Colwyn Bay and iColwyn. It ap- peared to the Board that this Order was open to objection in the following points â (a) The wording of the operative clause of the Order implied that the election of the guardians as- signed would rest with the Urban District Oouncil. Th'at, of course, was not the case. (b) The so-called wards were apparently to be co-extensive with the electoral divisions, bear- ing the same names, but though the Colwyn Ward, in fact, comprised the parish of Eirias, and the three remaining wards together com- prised the parish of Llandrillo-yn-Rhos, the Ordbr did not, itself, show this clearly, nor did it in terms, assign two guardians to the parish of Edrias, and eight to the parish of Llandrillo-yn-Rhos.âMr O. W. Roberts asked what' they had to do with the reply.âThe Clerk replied that they had nothing. They had called the attention of the Local Govern- ment Board to the irregularity of the Order, and they wrote to say that they agreed. "DEGRADING POLTCY.-Oll the motion of JAIdierman Hugh Hugtheisi, feeoonded by Mr Wm. Williams, the Board decided to support a petition: received from the Oldham Union, that it is high time that adequate provision should be made by the Government for the aged and worn-out toilers of the country, so that their latter days might be spent in reason- able comfort without, having a caalse to the degrading policy doled out, oftentimes, so i grudgingly by the administrators of the Poor Law.

LLANDUDNO CHURCH SCHOOLS

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COLWYN BAY PROPERTY DISPUTE

-----DENBIGH COUNTY COUNCIL

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