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Llandudno Urban District Council.

Colwyn Bay Property Sale.



Colwyn Bay Education Authority.

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Gallant Lifeboatmen.


Dance at Oakwood Park Hotel,I…


Dance at Oakwood Park Hotel, Conway. The annual private subscription dance in aid of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, took place in the spacious ballroom of the Oakwood Park Hotel, on Friday night, from 8.10. 0:01. to 2 a.m. The Committee who are responsible for this district in connection with this noble society are the Hon. Mrs. H. L. Mostyn (pre- sident), Mrs. Dalton, Mrs. W. M. Sever, Mrs. J. R. Williams, Mrs. Tom Hughes, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Cross, Miss Agnes Simpson, Miss Dora Lloyd, Miss Gwen Lewis, Miss Mabel Wood, Miss Nellie Jones. Miss Birdie Johnson, Miss Dean, Miss Rogers, and Miss Hilda Lewis. The honorary secretary of the committee is Mrs. Porter, and it is to her untiring efforts, assisted by a few ladies and gentlemen, that a handsome sum of over C15 will be handed over to the Society. Mrs. Porter has worked very hard again this year for the success of the dance, and she was rewarded with an excellent attendance of the elite of the neighbourhood. The dance was held under the patronage of the Lady Augusta Mostyn, Col. the Hon. H. L. and Mrs. Mostyn, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jones-Mortimer, Mrs. Swinford Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Wood, Colonel and Mrs. Gee, IVfr. Albert Wood, J.P., D.L., and Dr. R. Arthur-Prichard, M.D., J.P., C.C. The ballroom, which is considered one of the finest in North Wales, had been beautifully decorated for the occasion, the platform being exquisitely banked up with plants and chrysanthemums. The floor was in perfect condition, and on this occasion there were hardly any sitting out, as was the case in previous years, owing no doubt to the splendid music sup- plied by the Conwav Quadrille Band. The ladies' dresses mingled with the decorations of the ball- room created a beautiful spectacle. Everybody appeared to have spent a most enjoyable evening. During an interval, the company sat down to a supper, served by the hotel authorities, and the fact that Mrs. Bailey was at the head of this part of the programme is proof in itself that an excel- lent meal was provided, and that everybody en- joyed it. Mrs. Porter, the hon. secretary, desires us to sincerely thank all those who in any way con- tributed towards bringing the dance to such a suc- cessful issue. .c.

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Menai Bridge Smithfield.

Llanrwst Urban District Council


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