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ST. HELENS "PALS"1 AT BANGOR.

THE SOCIAL SIDE.

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I EAST LANOASHIRES ATI I CARNARVON._

IRREGULAR PAYMENTS BY LLANDUDNO…

ANGLESEY ROUTE MARCH.

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OFFICERS MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES.

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I ST. DAVID'S DAY AT LLAN-I…

LLANDUDNO COUNCIL AND THE…

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LLANDUDNO COUNCIL AND THE CHANCLLLOK. PROPOSED PRESENTATION. At a meeting of the Llandudno Urban Diji. trict Council on Friday, the Chairman (Mr F. J. Sarson) said that it had been decided to suggest to the Council that they should, upon tue occasion of the Chancellor of tho Exchequer's visit to Llandudno, present him with a morocco-bound album containing an illuminated address of welcome, and pnoto- graphs of Llandudno and district, so that in JJowning-street it would be placed 011 the table, where it would be seen by the Chaa. cellor's illustrious visitors. Mr W. O. Wiiliams: In the cellar. The Chairman; No, I think it will be ia the drawing-room. Mr '1'. Yv. (iriihth said that he felt sure that the Council and the town generally would not be reluctant to make a presenta- tion to the Chancellor worthy of his high position, and of the town. He did not think there would be any surcharge in the matter. Mr Thos. Smith: I see that the Chancellor is not going to speak at Bangor; is it do- finitely settled that he will come to Llau. dudno. The Chairman: Yes, it is quite definite all the arrangements have been made, and hia two sens are the magnets. Mr Robert Roberts said that inasmuch as the visit was not a political one, but a national one on St. David's Day, some refer- ence should be made in the addross to the Chancellor's connection with Welsh nationality. The Chairman: We are going to elaborate all his virtues, and laud him to the skies. The suggestion to present the album waa unanimously adopted, and the Chairman, Mr T. W. Griffith, and the Clerk to draft the address. I PRESENTATION TO MRS LLOYD GEORGE The Chairman said that it had also been suggested that a presentation of a regimental brooch should be made to Mrs Lloyd George. Upon the proposition of Mr Henry Hughes, seconded by Mr Thos. Smith, the suggestiou was adopted.

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