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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIR TALHAIARN.

GYFFIN,

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ABERGELE.

LLANDDULAS.

TYNYGROES.

ILLANFAIRFECHAN.

PENMAENMAWR.

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ROE WEN.

LLANDUDNO.

TALYBONT.

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TALYBONT. ACCI DEN'r.-O.i Thursday afternoon, while Mr Gregory, the engineer in charge for Messrs Rott and Stennet, the contractors for the Aluminium Corporation, was coming down the zig-zag path from the top of the hill to the main road, he slipped and fell down a rocky declivity and sustained rather severe injuries to his leg. He was carried down on a stretcher and taken home to Trefriw, where he was medically attended. MANAGERS MEETING.—A meeting of the managers of the Talybont Council School was held on Saturday, the following members being present Mr Eben Griffith, chairman Mr Hugh Roberts, Mr Jonathan Hughes, and the Rev D. P. Hopkins, correspondent. An application for the hire of the school every Monday evening for the winter months by the London Bioscopic Co., was not granted. It was decided to ask the Education Committee to provide a kitchen and dining-room for the school, as about half the children take their mid-day meal in school, and also because the girls should be taught cookery. The Head- master was asked to arrange for a school concert some time in January, when the attendance prizes will be distributed. Next year prizes will also be given for proficiency in each class. APPOINTMENT. Mr Gethin Jones, F.R.M.S., Bodgethin, has secured a seven years' appointment in South Wales in con- nection with a projected water scheme on the Brecon mountains. He will probably take up his residence at Talgarth, OBITUARY.—On Tuesday, at Salem Chapel Churchyard, the funeral of the little girl Edith Roberts. Perthi, took place, the Rev D. P. Hopkins, officiating. The Taly- bont School children attended the funeral in charge of the teachers, and nearly all of them carried a bunch of flowers, which were dropped into the grave after the coffin was lowered. Beautiful wreaths were also placed on the grave by the teachers and scholars. MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB.—It is inten- ded to start a rifle club in this locality, and the proceeds of the draw which is to take place at Xmas for the Gramophone is to be devoted towards that object.

LLANBEDR.,

GLAN CONWAY.

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