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BETTWS-Y-COED.

PENMACHNO.

CAERHUN.

GLAN CONWAY.

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GLAN CONWAY. THE SEWERAGE WORKS AT GLANY- DON.—Much gratification is being felt in the above part of the village at the action of the Glan Conway Rural District Council in taking early steps towards making the sanitary arrange- ments as perfect as can be. The work is to be completed at once. THE UNITED CHORAL SOCIETY.—The village has reason to be proud of its newly- formed choir, which is quite representative of the place. The rehearsals have shown good progress with the work in hand, and ere long the villagers will be enabled to judge for them- selves what excellent musical talent there is at Glan Conway and district. "MY VISIT TO AMERICA."—On Friday evening the Rev. Hugh Barrow Williams, of Llandudno, delivered a very interesting lecture upon his four months' visit to America, before the members and friends of the Bryn Ebenezer Debating Society. There was a good attendance and the lecture was considered one of the best treats of the session. Mr. Robert Hughes, Felin Ucha', made a capital chairman.

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Penmaenmawr Compensation Case.

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