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Old Colwyn and District Agri- cultural Society. A meeting of the General Committee of the Old Colwyn and District Agricultural Society was held on Monday evening. Mr. Speakman, Pendleburv, was unanimously voted to the chair in the unavoidable ab- sence of the Chairman. There was a good muster of members, including the lion. Treasurer (Mr. Chas. Reynolds, Parr's Bank), and the Secretary (Mr. R. Martin Smith). The report of the sub-committee appointed to consider the last Show was read. This gave rise to a good deal of discussion, and it proposed by Mr. Bernard Lowe, and carried unanimously, that the report be circulated amongst the members of the Management Committee, and that it be left to that Com- mittee to settle what changes, if any, they thought it necessary to make in the arrange- ments of the Show. It was, however, de- cided to hold the Show on Wednesday, 5th July, 1911, as it was strongly urged bv Mr. F. il. Borthwick and Mr. Thomas Jones, of Twnan Ucha', that it would be much more convenient to farmers to have it a week earlier than last year. It was also decided to have a flower section in connection with the Show, as it was felt that this had been an undoubted attraction. The Chairman and Secretary caused much amusement by their remarks in reference to the anonymous letter which had appeared in a local paper from an alleged Member of the Society, and the action of the Management Committee in treating such a communication with con- tempt, was heartily approved. The Secre- tary, to the accompaniment of much laughter, commented on the letter from" Member," and explained that this mysterious person was wrong in stating that there had been a loss of 2s. Sd. The balance which the old Show Committee had handed over to the Society was £30 15s. 3d., not £35 17s. 8d. He said that there had been a loss of l3 on the working of the Society to date, but, con- sidering that the Committee incurred fresh expenditure this year to the extent of nearly {6°, he considered they had no cause to com- plain. (Hear, hear.) We understand that the energetic Secretary hopes shortly to arrange for a smoking concert for members of the Society.

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