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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDDULAS.

BETTWS-Y-COED.

TREFRIW. -'

CAPEL GARMON

LLANDDOGET.

TALYCAFN.

EGLWYSBACH. !

! COLWYN.

LLYSFAEN.

ABERGELE.

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ABERGELE. VESTRY MEETING.—On Saturday evening a vestry meeting, convened by Mr. E. H. Millward, Clerk to the Parish Council, was held at the Justices' Room, for the purpose of considering whether consent be given to the Rural District Council to incur an expenditure of £220, in con- junction with the Urban Council, for the widen- ing of the entrance to the burial ground near tha Police Station. The following gentlemen were present:—Messrs. A. Foulkes (in the chair), J. Vaughan (Siamber Wen), J. Inglis, J. Edwards (Tanyfron), W. Williams (Ffynoniau), W. P. Morris, Stanley Millward, and E. Ellis (Berthtopic). The Clerk, in answer to Mr. Inglis, said the Joint Burial Committee could spend no money without the consent of the Parish Council. Nor could the latter do so without the consent of the Parish Meeting. Mr. J. Edwards moved that the meeting sanction the expenditure. Mr. Inglis seconded, and it was carried. WEDDING.—A very pretty wedding was sol- emnized at the Baptist chapel yesterday (Wed- nesday) morning, when Mr David Thomas, Peel- street, and Miss Mary Kyffin, Bryntirion-terrace, were united in the bonds of holy matrimony. The Rev. Thomas Roberts, Llanelian, officiated. The bridesmaid was Miss Jane Ellen Jones, Bryntirion, while Mr John Davies was entrusted with the duties of best man. The bride was dressed in a costume of brown cloth, with hat to match. The bridesmaid's dress was of dark grey, and she worei a white felt picture hat. I feel sure everyone in Abergele will wish Mr i and Mrs Thomas a very long lite of every happi- iUtess and prosperity.—SEARCHLIGHT.

LLANDUDNO.

PENSARN, ABERGELE.

HENRYD.

/'LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

GLAN CONWAY.

IDEGANWY.

[LLANRWST.

CAPEL CURIG.