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SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON THE RAILWAY.

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

I I PARISH COUNCIL.

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SIR COURTENAY BOYLE AND LORD…

PROPOSED NEW CHURCH AT COLWYN.

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PROPOSED NEW CHURCH AT COLWYN. On Saturday a public meeting was held at the Assembly Rooms, Colwyn, the Rev. J. Griffiths (vicar) in the chair, to decide what shall be done to provide further church ac- commodation for the parish. The Bishop of St. Asaph was expected, but telegraphed from London regretting he could not attend. The Rural Dean, the Rev. Canon Walton- Evans, and several others addressed the meeting. It was acknowledged on all hands that, owing to the bilingual difficulty, another church must be provided. It was mentioned, amidst applause, that Mrs. Charles Frost, Minydon,had generously offered a site for a new church near the vicarage, and also to subscribe to the build- ing fund the handsome some of £200. The Chairman also stated that Mr. C. F. Woodall bad generously offered to give C500 when the foundation stone was laid, and Mr. Wm. Jones, the senior churchwarden, £200. The following were chosen as a Building Committee, with power to add to their number:-The Revs. J. Griffith and Mere- dith Hughes, Messrs. William Jones, J. Eden, C. F. Woodall, George Sanderson, and Dr. Price Morris. Votes of thanks were passed to Mrs. Frost and the other subscribers. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed, and it was resolved to make a special effort to erect the church in commemoration of the Queen's diamond jubilee.

A COLWYN BAY SLANDER CASE.

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A WELSH SCHOOL BOARD AND THE…

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COWLYD WATER BOARD.