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BANGOR AND THE ELECTRIC LIGHT.…

PORTMADOC AND ITS PROSPECTS.

7 NOTES iND COMMENTS.

THE ALDERTFANHJ VACANCIES…

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THE ALDERTFANHJ VACANCIES IN CARNARVON. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER AND EXPRE3S."] j SIR,-My attention has b'jen directed to Mr John Jones's lettei- on the above matter, to which I have been urged to reply by friends who relied upon what I told them had taken place between Mr John Jones and myself. A few days after the election of councillors. I conveyed the decision of the Liberal party to Mr Jones, with a view to securing the continuance of his seat on the alder- manic bench. I explained to Mr Jones that there was a general desire on the part of the Liberal party not to disturb him, and, if he could see his way to support the Liberal nominee for the mayoral chair, I promised, on behalf of the Liberal party, that his seat would be safe. Mr Jones replied that he could not do so, but would vote with his party, which would soon again be in the ascendant on the Council.—Yours, &e.. ROBERT EDWARD OWES. Bryn Eryr, 21st November, 1895.

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DISPUTE BETWEEN ANGLESEY FARMERS.

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UNIVERSITY (uLLEGE OF NORTH…

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