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Correspondence.

The Mysterious Motor Mishap;…

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Doeth Eiriau y Doctor.

COMING EVENT.

Debate on Socialism.

A Whist Drive,

Mind Your Eye!

Interment.

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Competitive Meeting.

Church School.

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" Pe-niel " Wesleyan Sunday…

"Gipsy Smith."

Boy's Bright Prospect.

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Boy's Bright Prospect. The friends of Thomas Rees Jones will be pleased to know that, by the kind influence of the station master at Mostyn, a promising sea career awaits him. He will shortly enter the service of Sir Edward Bates and Sons, commencing as ship-steward, and from whose steamers he hopes to be ultimately advanced to the Cunard line. His parents apprenticed him to a botanical pursuit in South Wales about three years ago, where Thomas gave a gcod account of himself, but his nautical aspirations being topmost, had at last to be considered. The boy's grandfather (the late Mr Roger Jones) served at Gyrn Castle.

Sunday's Preachers,

Mostyn Mainroad Mishaps.

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<»--Ploughing Match.

An Expensive Necktie.

Newmarket.

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