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- Y GENEDL GYMREIG.

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IIPORTDINORWIC.

,PORTDINORWIO NOTES

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PORTDINORWIO NOTES In my Notes" last week I said I should have something rich in my next, but I find that, alarmed probably by my remarks, the parties referred to have seen the error of their ways and reformed. I must, therefore, "clutch like a drowning man at any straw I can get hold of." A certain young person (who thinks herself the iiret lady in the place, owing to her supposed Jim qualities) was told the other day that she was not seen out so often now as she used to be, and replied that she was afraid of going out now because of "Country Lad." "Country Lad" would bo vary sorry to do any ycung lady in this village any harm, as he thinks too much of them, and trusts that he will not be the innocent cause of keeping such good creatures as they are in doors. The usual monthly meeting of the Portdinorwic Conservative Club was held on Thursday last, several members being present, and a very good paper was read by Mr Yates, and speeches were made by Mr Lloyd Williams and others. Capt Stewart occupied the chair. A pleasant evening was spent, and after a cordial vote of thaDks to the chairman the proccedingi terminated. • • There was also a meeting of the Portdinorwic Young Men's Society on Friday evening. Politics was the subject. Mr William Parry made a speech on behalf of the Blues, and Mr Henry Francis on behalf of the Yellows. Both were very creditable to the speakers, and caused much amusement to the rest of the members. COUNTRY LAD.

CONWAY.

IMENAI BRIDGE. i

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IHOLYWELL.

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DEATH OF MR CHARLES ADAMS,…

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