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LLANFAIRFECHAN. I

PORTDINORWIC. I

MENAI BRIDGE. I

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MENAI BRIDGE. I BILLETING OF TROOPS. I The Clerk to the Council received two com- munications last week-end from the military authorities to the effect that they were anxious to billet a considerable number of troops at Menai Bridge, being the overflow of an additional battalion intended for Bangor. On Monday a military representative inter- viewed the following: the chairman of the Council, medical officer of health, the clerk to the Council, Inspector IVilliaitis and Mr Bidder. Although the billeting survey of the town had to be carried out at short notice, a minimum accommodation for 600 men was promised. It now appears that Bangor failed to billet their share of the battalion, and in conse- quence the only possibility of Menai Bridge securing troops was that they could quarter the entire battalion of 1300, which, however, is clearly beyond the available accommodation of the place. Considerable disappointment has been felt in the town.

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LLANGEFNI.I

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MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIED.

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ISALE OF PIGS AT LLANGEFNI,…

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