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DOLGELLEY.I

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DOLGELLEY. I POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. It is an- nounced that for the duration of the war the public counter at the Past-Office will not be open until 9 a.m. on week-days; closed from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., and finally closed at seven p.m. Telegraph bunnies* is still conducted as hitherto. OUTBREAK OF FIRE. As the result of a fire at Arthog Hall Hotel, on Monday night, i two servants' bedroom* were gutted. The fi't> brigade were occupied some time in extin- gll ishing the flamee. MILITARY PROMOTION. â Dr. J. Mil1- ard, younger son of the late Mr Charles Millard, (solicitor, Dolgelley, has been made a captain in the R.A.M.C., and is now in charge of the Military Hospital at King a Heath, Birmingham.

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PORTMADOC LICENSING SESSIONS.

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ENGLISH * WELSH MARKFI i.

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VOLUNTEER T.C.

- - - - -SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

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NEWS IN BRIEF.

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CARNARVON BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

MEN AI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD.