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C.M. Concert.

The Eisteddfod.

Jumble Sale.

SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW.

NOTES BY "REX."

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NOTES BY "REX." The meetings held in three places of worship last week to celebrate the Centenary of the British and Foreign Bible Society were, as stated in these columns, most scantily attended, not more than forty persons, it is said, being present in either of the meetings. Your correspondent does not seem to know the cause of the seeming unpopularity of these meetings, but I am, fortunately, in a position to know the reasons given by most of those who absented themselves are such paltry ones that one is surprised to hear them. Friends! let us be consistent! Let us practise what we preach. Let us banish all sectarian bitterness out of the place. People have drawn my attention to what seems an utterly unfair proceeding. Last week some Penmaenmawr gravel was placed on the public path in the village, and every- body was delighted with it; but the shoe began to pinch when people saw this gravel being placed on land in front of certain private properties. I do not blame the work- men because they must have acted according to instructions, but I cannot see why certain persons should be favoured. We all pay rates.

The Coming General -Election.I

New Temperance League Formed.

AWARD FOR GALLANTRY AT PENYFFRITH.

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A Tramp's Vagaries.

Council Meeting,

Developing Bryniau.

A Rare Catch.

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Arrival.

Instrumental.

.PARISH COUNCIL.

PRESTATYN SESSIONS.

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