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LLANDUDNO.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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LLANFAIRFECHAN. PERSO,NAL.-It is with regret we learn that Mr F. Mills, who has been keeping very poorly since his retturn from Liverpool three weeks back, will very shortly go under an operation either at Liverpool or Birmingham. His many friends will wish him a complete recovery. A BUTCHER'S LOSS.—Mr Robert Hughes, the well-known butcher and breeder of fat stock, has suffered considerable loss by the death of a prime fat bullock, which was being driven with two. cithers from Tandderwen Farm, Conway, to Llanfairfechan on luesday. On the road, the bullock became unmanageable and savage, and with difficulty thie drovers managed to get it in a field near Messrs Brundriitt's new works. Here it was roped to a gatepost, and when visited yesterday (Wednesday) morning, the animal was found to be dead. POLITICAL ACTIVITY.—Both the Liberal and Conservative parties are very active making preparations for the General Election. HOCKEY.—A ladies' hockey club has been formed, and already the membership numbers over 40. The Club have secured the excellent cricket pitch in front of Brynyneuadd.

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