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PENMAENMAWR.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

GLAN CONWAY.

TREFRIW.

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TREFRIW. SCHOOL MANAGERS.—An adjourned meeting of the managers was held at the Council School, on Tuesday evening, the Rev Evan Davies, presiding. There were also present: —Mrs. Ockleston, Rev. Ilemy Jones Messrs T. R. Williams, Robert Evans, J. Jones and R. Roberts (clerk). Miss M. A. Owen, Dolgelley, was appointed certificated teacher out of five applicants. The arrange- ment for the presentation of prizes, and en- tertainment to be held to-night, were also completed. FLOOD.-As the result of the heavy rain on Friday and Saturday, the lower portion of the road in the village was submerged for two days, and unpassable for pedestrians. A sheep was also drowned in the Crafnant River, on Friday, and carried down the stream. JUDGMENT SUMMONS.—On Friday, John Smith, Tai Isa', Llanrhychwvn, was summoned to appear on a judgment sum- mons at the Llanrwst County Court. His wife appeared, and His Honour informed her that she had better prepare a list of her debts for inspection by the Registrar of the Court, and he accordingly adjourned the summons.

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