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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

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THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARDI…

OPENING OF A NEW TOWN HALL…

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OPENING OF A NEW TOWN HALL AT CONWAY. Monday was rendered quite a gic day at Conway by the interesting proceecLngs at- tended upon the formal opening of the n^v Town Hall, which, situated the former hall, supplies a want which had been keenly felt for many years. The streets presented! the same festive appearance which they did on the occasion of the Royal visit on Friday, all the bunting used on that occo- sion having been left intact A procession was formed at the Guild Hall, consisting of the Mayor and Corporation, the children of thirteen Sunday Schools, numbering about 1000; clergy and ministers, Conway Castle Brass Band, vue fire brigade, cyclists, and the general public. On it temporary platform raised in Lancaster square, the Mayor (Dr. M. J. Morgan) was presented with an illu- minated address a-d a goM key, as a memento j of the occasion. The presentation, on behalf of the burgesses, was made by the Deputy Mayor (Alderman Hugh Hughes), who re- marked that the Mayor's year of office was rendered eventful bv that day, as well as by the Royal visit last week. He acknowledged the Mayor's generosity, as shown by the treat I which he was giving that day to the ailed poor and the children of the district. The Mayor, in accepting the address and key, .aid that he would look back upon that day a very proud day in his life, and he^pre- dated more than anvthing the kind feelings entertained towards him by his colleagues on the Town Council, and his fellow townsmen at. larcre (applause). Tnder the direction of Mr Allan the whole assembly sang, w ar- it vitrour the National Anthem and. The Wnd of my fathers," after which the^roees- sion re-formed and returned via, High street and Castle street to the Guild Hall, whence the school children, all of them carrying smaUflags and mugs of all shapes and sizes were marched to the Town Ball. ±±. re a Substantial tea awaited them, and the aged substantia In the evening the hall was again crowded, all enterlain- ment beino- held, under the presidency of the 1 mtntoein, n > fcupplied by Messrs Russell (Liverpool and Llandudno).

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iTHE ROYAL VISIT TO NORTH…

THE ROCK IN TEE ROAD.

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