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Record of Coming Events.

RATEPAYERS' MEETING.

iThe Passing of 1908.

Presentation to the Vicar.

The Blizzard.

Mail Van "Held Up."

The Milk Supply.

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The Milk Supply. Some of the milk-purveyors have had a rough time of it, more especially those who come to Prestatyn from a distance. In one instance a farmer had to pull down a wall to get his cart past a drift, and in another place he had to take his horse and cart across a field, the road being impassable. A milk- carrier from Gronant had to be accompanied to Prestatyn by a couple of farm hands, who at various intervals shovelled a way for the cart. The storm has been the most severe for many years. In fact very few people can remember seeing such a spectacle as has been produced by snow drifts. The weather was so bad on Tuesday that business was practi- cally at a standstill, those who desired to shop being unable to venture out. Thursday.—A rapid thaw has now set in, and the snow is disappearing faster than it came. Under the influence of the warm westerly breeze little vestige of the blizzard will soon remain.

PRIZE DAY AT THE COUNCIL SCHOOLS.

Local Prize-winner.

Golf.

School Club.

The Local Eisteddfod.

Coal Famine on the Hillside.

Much Appreciated.

Christ Church.

The Free Church Council

Trinity Church.

THE LATE SURVEYOR 5 TESTIMONIAL.

Family Notices

---PRESTATYN NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

CHRISTMAS DAY COMPETITIVE…