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Mayor's Day at Conway.

Children's Concert at Conway.

Death of Mr. John Hughes,…

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The Late Rev. Father Comerford.

A Colwyn Bay Dispute.

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I Markets and Fairs. I-

Private Parties to the Holy…


IMadame Riviere's Matinee…

--.t8IIC. Llanrwst Education…


t8IIC Llanrwst Education Authority. SCHOOL GARDENING. A meeting of the Education Authority was held on Monday, Mr. William Hughes pre- siding. Othet s present were the Rev. Guilym Robeits, Dr. Hugh Williams, Messrs W. G. Owen, W. J. Williams, David Roberts, J. R. Williams, and Wm Willi-ins with the Deputy Clerk (Mr. Wm. Roberts) and the Attendance Officer (Mr. Thomas Williams). The Cliairman welcomed Mr. Wm. Williams as a member in place llf Mr. John Davies, Hryniog, representing- the Rural District Council. Attention was called by Mr. W. G. Owen to the slate of the playground of the Council School. A complaint was received that the giris" and infants' classrooms were not dusted satisfactorily. It was resolved that the attention of the County Authority be dr awn to the matter. Leave was granted Mary Jones, Back Bakehous •, Llanrwst, to leave the school, she having attended school regu- larly enough to warrant the action of the authority in granting- the application. Miss D-«vies, temporary teacher at Nant y Rhiw School, was appointed permanently at that school at a salary of £ 95 per annum. Alettei- was iead from Miss Jones, Infants School, stati:'g that the prizes for good attendance, &c., would be given on Thursday afternonn, and inviting the men b rs to attend. Mr. W. J. Williams enquired if anything had been heard of the watches due to two scholars at the Council School who had made unbroken attendances. It was decided that the Clerk: should remind the Education Authority at Ruthin of the matter. A list of tools required for cottage trardening, which was being taken up at Glan Conway, Eg-lwysbach, and Blaenau, Llangernyw, came to hand and passed. The master at Blaenau, Llangernyw, wrote stating that it was extremely awkward to carry on the work without a teacher in place of Glynn Jones, and asked the authority to appoint one as soon as possible. The Attendance Officer Stated that he had written to the Llangernyw, Llanfair and Gwytherin Parish Councils draw- ing their attention to the state of the footpaths which the children had to traverse to school in those districts, and asking their immediate attention so as to get a better attendance at the various schools. Llangernyw, he stated, had already moved in the matter, but the others had done nothing. It was decided to write the other councils again. The Rev. Gwilym Roberts gave notice that he would move at the next meeting that the hour of meeting be altered to 3 p.m. instead of 5 p.m. as at present.



Sad Tragedy at Llanfairfechan.1

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The Colwyn Bay and District…

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