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Deganwy Action in Liverpool.

Talycafn Mart Sale.


Socialism at Llandudno.


Y.M.C.A. Conference at Colwyn…

Dinglewood v. Abergele CountyI…

'Taxi-Cabs for Colwyn Bay.

IAbergele Sparks.



BLAENAU FFESTINIOG. TEMPERANCE.—The meeting on Saturday evening, was held under the auspices of the Bryn- bowydd Band of Hope, and presided over by Mr John Parry, Park-square. The children sang several tunes under the conductorship of Miss Maggie A. Williams, Church-street. PASTORAL.—On Wednesday evening, the Rev R. Silyn Roberts, M.A., and Mr Owen Jones, Dolawel, on behalf of the Monthly Meeting, took the voice of the Bowydd Chapel with a view of calling a pastor in the place of the Rev John Owen. M.A., when it was found, that the members were unanimously in favour of proceeding at once in respect to the matter. SYMPATHY.—Great symapthy is expressed with the Rerv. John Owen, M.A.. in his bereave- iIIlmt by the death of his .sister, Mrs. Jones, Bodorwel, Morfa Nevin. SAD ACCIDENT.—Mr. William Vaughan DavieSj son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Vaughan Diavies, Maenofferen, met with a mosf serious accident at the Llechwedd Quarry on Friday last. His shoulder was terribly injured, as he was caugihft by the coupIirrug of the saw table, and he had a miraculous escape from death. 1912 EISTEDDFOD.—We are informed on good authority that the Urban Council will call a public meeting shortly, with the view of in. viting the National Eisteddfod of igi2 to thin tonvat. Greaft enthusiasm prevails in regard to the matter, especially in literary circles in the towr so there will be a keen fijht for the Na- tional festival between the Bangorites and Fes- tiniogites.


Socialism at Llandudno.