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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

GLAN CONWAY.

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EGLWYSBACH.

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EGLWYSBACH. TEMPERANCE.—On Friday night, the Women's Temperance Association, held a meeting at the Schools, to which the mem- bers of the Men's Social Club were invited. The Rev. T. Cwily n Roberts presided. Ad- dresses were delivered by the President, Mr R. E. Hughes and Mr. Jesse Williams. Miss Roberts, Stanley Cottage, and Miss Roberts, Dyffryn, read admirable papers on subjects kindred to the work of the Society. The White Ribbon Choir gave a couple of part songs from "Telyn Dirwest," and songs, etc., were rendered by D. J. Jackson, Jennie Owen, Mary C. Roberts, Ellen A. Roberts, and Mr. Henry Parry and friend. After the meeting, tea was supplied at the Bethania School Room. OBITUARY.—Mrs. Pierce, mother of Mrs. Roberts, Ty Uchaf, died at her daughter's residence, at an advanced age, last week. Her remains were conveyed to Dolwyddelen, on Monday. CHRISTMAS.—We understand that there are prospects of very successful meetings here next Monday. ST. MARTIN.—On Monday night, the Sunday School Club money was distributed to the scholars. The Vicar kindly added a bonus based on the attendance of each member.

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