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COLWYN BAY.

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OLD COLWYN.

CONWAY.

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GYFFIN.

ILLANDUDNO.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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LLANFAIRFECHAN. CHRISTMAS TREAT.—By the kindness of Col. Platt, C.B., the infants of the National Schools were given a Christmas treat on Friday last. A brilliantly lighted Christmas Tree laden with toys caused a great delight. Each child received a gift of nuts, oranges, and sweets, and their happy faces and hearty cheers gave evid- ence of their enjoyment. Some songs were prettily sung under the direction of Miss Parry, head mistress, and two four-year-old reciters caused great amusement. Among those present were Col. and Mrs. Platt, the Rev. F. P. Watkin Davies, the Rev. W. B. Hughes, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Maitland King, Mrs. Coxon, Miss Kough, and Miss Parry. PRIZE POEMS.—At the 46th annual com- petitive meeting at Llanfairfechan in connec- tion with the Horeb and Nant Chapels, the winners of the prize for the best poem turned out to be Mr. Idv/al Jones, Peny- groes, and Disgybl," who did not answer to his non de plume, both of the ^oems be- ing adjudged equal in merit. THE HOCKEY CLUB.—In connection with the Ladies' Hockey Club, a very suc- cessful whist drive was held last week, at which valuable prizes were offered. A F\RMER FIXED.—At the Bangoi Police Cojrt. on "I uesday, before Mr J. E. Roberts and other magistrates, Humphrey Thomas, Tyddyn Drain, Llanfairfechan, owner o 4c; sheep, ani Hvgh Jcues, Tvddvn "Isiybont, who .vas in charge ot the sheep, were charged by P.C. Williams with failing to hare them -lipped, as required by the Act Supt. Guest explained that after once dipping the sheep the defendant Thomas ent them to Hugh Jones's farm to graze, and thev were not dipped a second time, as required. P.C. Williams, Llan- fairfechan, and P.C. Roberts, Talybont, cave evidence. Thomas admitted the offence and pleaded for leniency, -ind the defendant Tones said he did not Know the sheep had "no4 been dipped. The mightrates imposed a fine of 10s. and costs in each case. THE MALE VOICE CHOIR.—The Glan- lavan Male Voice Choir, under the leader- ship of Mr. Hugh Jones, were successful at the Conway Baptist Eisteddfod on Box- ing day in their rendering of the Cru- saders," and a reference to the report will show that the adjudicator, Mr. T. Amos Jones, oi Rhyl, spoke very highly of the capabilities of the choir. THE HOLIDAYS.—All he shops of the town were • losed on Alo-id-iy and Tuesday, and again on Wednesday the majority of the shop; were closed. Business will be re- sumed tiiii (Thursday) morning. fOOTBALL. On Tuesday an interesting football match was olayed on the Brvny- nenadd ground bet vee i ",arri.d and single, resultmg, in the victory of the latter by the odd go.a. in :.even. Again in tha afternoon a match was played between representatives Vm 'u ^€da ^y Club and the Saturday Club, the latter being victorious by five gcals to three

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IHENMAENMAWR.

TALYBONT.

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GLAN CONWAY.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

CAERHUN.

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