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COLWYN BAY. I

ABERGELE.

COLWYN.

LLANDDULAS.I

LLANDRILLO-YN-RHOS.

PENMAENRHOS.

GLAN CONWAY.

LLANDUDNO.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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LLANFAIRFECHAN. CHURCH PAGEANT.—It has been definitely decined to hold the Church pageant, depicting the history of the Church in Wales, in the Public Hall, on the 18th and 19th January, under the patronage of the Bishop of Bangor. A matinee will be held on the afternoon of the 19th January. FOOTBALL.—Yesterday (Wednesday) the Wednesday team were at home to Deganwy, in the North Wales Wednesday League. An un- irtetesting game ended in a victory for the homesters by ten goals to one. Mr Henry Lloyd, Conway, was the referee. DEATH.—It is with regret that we record the death of Mr Ellis Roberts, who was staying ax Hengae, on Wednesday morning. On the pre- vious Friday, the deceased, who was 57 years of age, was struck with a seizue in the street, and he was taken to the Police Station, and afterwards to his home, where he expired. He was a bachelor, and was very well known and highly respected. CONCERT.—On Tuesday night a concert was held in the Public Hall in aid of the funds of the Glanlavon, Male Voice Choir. Deiniol Fvcham was the chairman, and he gave two capital recitations. The artistes included Miss GwLadys Hughes, Messrs W. Roberts, Bangor; Thomas Hughes, and John Hughes, with the Male Voice Choir, led by Mr H. J. Jones. The accompanists were Mrs Davies and Mr W. J.

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EGLWYSBACH.

LLANGERNIEW.

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