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OVERCROWDING THE RHOSI TREVOR.

MATURE JOTTINGS.

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MATURE JOTTINGS. SEPTEMBER- 30.—It is not usual to see the great crested grebe on our coasts before the inland meres are frozen, when they perforce resort to the open waters in order to obtain food, but that the rule is not without exception is evident. On the 25th, and 26th, and again to-day, I watched a crested grebe, fishing in Llan- dudno hay.2- though the view I had of it to-day was much more excellent than on either of the other two occasions. It had not the crest and tippets which are characteristic of the nuptial plumage the bird, however, could not so very long ago have lost either of these smart ornamenta- tions, for just a, month back all of the grebes which I saw on one of the Cheshire meres were lacking none of the spring adornments. The bird need not experience difficulty in obtaining food; at present there is plenty of small fry in the bay. R. W. J.

. A. WELSH VICAR FOUND SHOT.

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LLANDUDNO BELLRINGERS' MEMORIAL.

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FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT AT LLANDUDNO.

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THE SHOOTING SEASON.

II" THE HAPPY VALLEY AND THE.I…

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

CLASHING OF' DATES.

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