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COLWYN BAY.

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ST. GEORGE, ABERGELE.

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ABERGELE.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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LLANFAIRFECHAN. THE POPULAR MEMBER.—Mr. Wm. Jones, M.P., delivered, in his own eloquent and pleasing manner, a lecture at the Pub- lic Hall on Friday evening on "A chapter in the history of Wales." Mr. Mousdale pre- sided over an attentive audience. MORE LIGHT.—The District Council has arranged to place an extra gas lamp at Plas Farm. CYCLIST INJURED.—Owing to his over- coat becoming entangled in the wheel of his machine, a cyclist from Bangor sustained a nasty fall on Saturday, his face being badly bruised. A LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD VISITOR.—To hear reports as to the sani- tary condition of the district, Dr. Manby, of the Local Government Board, visited Llanfairfechan last week

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Colwyn Bay District Council.

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COLWYN BAY.

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