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Abergele Sparks.

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TIDE TABLE FOR THE NORTH WALES…

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. -

WEEK BY WEEK.

SA YI, V G S OF THE WEEK.

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SA YI, V G S OF THE WEEK. MR. GODFREY A. SOLLY. The days when all mountaineers were looked upon as foolhardy are long past.—At Coniston. MR. WM. ARKWRIGHT. Man is not ruled much by fashion in his own clothes, but he is by fashion in his wife's.—At Birmingham. MR. J. SEDDON, M.P. There is quite as much, if not more, sweating and bad conditions among shop assistants and clerks as among factory workers.—At Saltley. HON. C. S. ROLLS. Up till quite recently flying has been looked upon as the recognised standard of impossibil- ity.—At the Authors' Club. MISS LLEWELYN DAVIES. Woman's position in the labour market is one of the most difficult questions of the present day.—At Norwich. MR. R. MASON. It is now as important for a servant to know the character of the employer as for the em- ployer to ascertain that of a servant.—At Bir- mingham,. DR. F. H. COWEN. There are two occasions on which musicians are prepared to assemble together. One is wnen they are well fee-ed, and the other is when they are well fed.—At the Wharncliffe Rooms.

The Late Lady Florentia Hughes,…

-.-.,.---CAKES AND PUDDINGS.—No.…

ITIHE GHOST OF CONWAY CASTLE.

Colwyn Bay Young Man's Bravery.

Christmas Posting. -

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