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LLANDUDNO.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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CONWAY.

PENMAENMAWR.

ROEWEN.

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LLANGERNYW.

BETTWS-Y-COED.

TALYBONT.

EGLWYSBACH.

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EGLWYSBACH. FUNERAL.—The funeral of the late Mrs Owen, Ty'nycoed, took place on Wednesday, and it was one of the largest ever seen here. The Rev. H. D. Davies officiated. The chief mourners were Mr David Owen (husband), Misses Katie and Mary Owen (daughters), Master John and Arthur Owen (sons), Mr and Mrs Davies, Maes Adda (father and mother); Mrs Owen, Llangernyw (sister) Mrs Roberts, Llangernyw (sister); Mr William Davies, Croesengan (brother). Deceased was only 36 years of age, and was highly respected in the dis- trict. Much sympathy is felt with the family in their bereavement. THE NEW BAPTIST CHAPEL.-It had been arranged to hold the dedication services of this chapel last week. Unfortunately, the building was not quite ready, and therefore the services had to be held at Bryndaionyn Chapel, which was crowded on Wednesday and Thursday nights. The Rev. E. T. Jones, Llanelli, and the Rev. Peter Jones, Colwyn Ray, delivered exceedingly earnest I discourses on the occasion. LIBERAL COMMITTEE.—The Rev. Gwilym Roberts presided over a very representative com- mittee of Liberals on Monday night at the Wes- leyan Schoolroom. Arrangements were made for the impending fight, and also for the County Council election. A well-known gentleman was nominated as a suitable candidate at the latter election, and the final adoption will take place at Gosen next Monday night. r, POLITICAL.—A meeting held on. Tues- day evening at Eglwysbach and presided over by Colonel Sandbach. was addressed by Mr. Sam Thompson and Mr. David Rhys. The pro- ceedings ait times were rather noisy.

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GYFFIN.

PENMACHNO.

CAPEL GARMON.

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