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TIDE TABLE FOR THE NORTH WALES…

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...--.. IPERSONAL AND SOCIAL.

----------SAYINGS OF THE WEEK.

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---.--. Ex -P.S. Evan Roberts.

---.. Colwyn Bay Ratepayers'…

m —; m Ratepayers' Association…

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m —; m Ratepayers' Association at Colwyn. To the Editor of THE WEEKLY NEWS. Sir,—Your correspondent of last week asks was the meeting of ratepayers held in the Parish Room, October 24. sufficiently adver- tised. Without a doubt it was, and, in addition to the notices, I personally visited go per cent. of the shopkeepers requesting them to display a window bill and to attend the meet- ing. The Colwyn Bay and District Rate- payers' Association has on its Executive Com- mittee several well-known ratepayers from Colwyn. Any suggestion or tomplaint coming from Colwyn would certainly receive careful consideration, and representations to the District Council of a reasonable character would undoubtedly be dealt with. The rules of the Association state that three meetings of the members shall be held during the year; it is the purpose of the Executive to hold one of these meetings at Colwyn, and that in rthe early part pf next year. It should go without saying that any body of ratepayers can form an association, but KI imagine the majority of ratepayers who take any interest in these matters will consider one strong association for the district is quite suffi- cient. Ratepayers are invited to join the District Association, and thereby strengthen that whieh is already doing good work.—I am, &c, S. JOHNSTON, Hon. Sec. Colwyn Bay and District Ratepayers' Association.

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