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PENMAENMAWR.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

GLAN CONWAY.

TREFRIW.

EGLWYSBACH.

LLANGERNYW.

PENMACHNO.

ICWM PENMACHNO

BETTWSYCOED.

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BETTWSYCOED. RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the above association was held on Tuesday evening, Mr B. Bullan presiding, when a report of the Rummage Sale was given, and the balance sheet submitted. W ith the funds previously in hand, and the proceeds of the sale, the Committee were en- Iabled to pay all their liabilities. RUMMAGE SALE.—A successful Rum- mage Sale was held, on Saturday, at the Girls' School. The refreshment stall was in charge of Miss Kent, whilst the sale was in charge of the Misses Williams, Mrs Davies, Miss Harrison and Mrs. Parry, assisted by a band of willing workers. The proceeds, which were in aid of the Ratepayers' Asso- ciation, realised a total of £1 I 10s. The Committee were highly pleased at the reo sult, and they desire to thank all those who menis. CHURCH LITERARY SOCIETY. — A meeting of this Society was held, on Thurs- day evening, Mr Roiand presiding, when the evening was spent in extempore speaking competitions. Various subpects were written down and each man drew for his subject. The winners were: -Gentlemen.- 1st, Mr. Clifton Willia.ns, who spoke on the Rum- mage Sale, and the 2nd was Mr. W. E. Jones, Tan Lan, who delivered an eloquent speech on the art of fire lighting. The ladies' prizes were won by Miss Greenham and Miss Annie Wiliams.

PANDY TUDUR.

NEBO, LLANRWST.

HENRYD.

DEGANWY.

COLWYN.

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