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The Colwyn Bay and District Ratepayers' Association. THE COLWYN MEETING. To the Editar of THE WEEKLY NEWS. Sir,—I observed with pleasure the letter of the hon. secretary of this associai ion, which appeared in your issue ot the igth inst., in reply to mille of the previous week. I see it answers one only of the questions I had ven- tured to suggest for the purpose of finding out, if possible, why so few ratepayers had attended the public meeting of the 24th lilt. Hut I accept the answer, and may say I could hardly have expected a more satisfactory one even from the energetic secretary of the Colwyn Bay and District Ratepayers' Asso- ciation, who evidently believes in "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with all thy might." The answer, however, seems to me to go against him, and shows that the view I take is not a wrong one, viz., that Colwyn was in favour of an association of its own, which would, in matters that particularly con- cerned Colwyn, strike hard and long" and not cry Halt until the battle was won and its rightful share of the up-to-date impro\e- ments of the district were secured CoLivyn. Colwyn certainly has many grievances and a reasonable cause to fight for, but (excepting of course the Colwyn members on the execu- tive) whether it will appear so to all, or even to the majority, of the Colwyn Ray and Dis- trict Ratepayers' Association is very doubtful, at least to tr.c. -I am. &c., Colwyn, H. O. HUGHES. Nov. 23rd, 1910.

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