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PENRHYNDEUDRAETH.I - .- -…

DOLGELLEY.I

LLANBERIS. I

BARMOUTH. I

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NEVIN. "

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WAENFAWR. I

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I LLANFAIRFECHAN. I

MILITARY ?OTES.j I MILITARY…

PORTMADOC LICENSING SESSIONS.

j"RED GLOBE GANG.".

CONWAY CATTLE MART.

ENGLISH * WELSH MARKFI i.

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VOLUNTEER T.C.

- - - - -SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

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ABERDARON. I

PENYGROES. I

DYFFRYN. I

GLASCOED. I

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.PORTMADOC. I

NEWS IN BRIEF.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. The tilling of the chair of Celtic at Jesus Col- lege, Oxford, vacant by the death of Sir John Rhys, has been postpoilCd by the Hebdomadal Council till March 15th next. At a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party, Mr Arthur Henderson W3, elected chairman for the war period, and Mr G. J. Wardle was appointed acting-chairman. One of the stands at the British Industrks Fair, which is to be opened in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Scutil Kensington, next Monday, is devoted to an exhibition of toys manufactured at Trei'iiant in the Valfe of Clwyd. Fine Cheshire cheese ha* never been so scarce at <tear as now. At Chester ou Wed- nesday farmers brought in 22 tons, which were .sold immediately, one special lot going for 120s jier cwt Captain Greatorex, R.N., unveiled at Ilall- gollen oil Wednesday a memorial tablet to Captain Charles G. Taylor, who was killed in action in H.M.S. "Tiger" in the naval 1 battle on the Dogger Bank. Dr. Ernest Griffiths, principal of the Univer- sity College of South SVales and Monmouthshire, who lmd arranged to resign at the end of the present session, has consented, at the request of the Council, to continue ill office until thf end of the session 1917-18. It i.6 officially stated that Sir E. Vincent Evans has Vie en appointed cliairman of the Hoya.1 Com- mission oil Ancient Monuments ill Wales and M â orimoucfh-ibiire, in succession to the laie Sir John Rhys, and that Col. J. A. Bradney, C.B., has been added to the Commission. At the meeting of the Flint Town Council he new tribunal under the Military Service Act was appointed as follows: The Mayor, Alderman Lloyd, Mr David Morris, Councillors 11. Powell and James Griffiths Mr John Hughes, and an empioy? at the Shot-ton work s the direct itt t?lie Shot-t-oii ?%-o'i?k, x6 tiie c l i rf-?-et At the Flint Town Council, in reference to a communication from the Board of Agriculture regatding the improvement of food supply, the Surveyor was instructed to report as to land s available in the locality for cultivation, and after- wards to call the Council as a. committee together to ascertain what can be done in the matter.

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CARNARVON BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

MEN AI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD.