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BUSINESSi EXTENSION.—Aayone passing the corner of North Parade and Upper Mostyn Street, cannot fail to notice the great improve- ment that is being carried out there. The ground floor has been remodelled, the level Lowered: and the whole c-olnverted into a most attractive sho!p, with large corner windows. The work lis now nearly completed, and the, prem- iSles will be occupied very shortly by Mr J. Roberts, Who has found Cheltenham .House too small for Iiis growing connection. The work is being carried out by Messrs Evan Hughes and Son, the, architect beiing Mr Arthur Hewitt. DEATH OF "TITUS."—Many of our readers will learn with regret, .of the .death of "Titus," a, dog wthicih has collected over P,50 in aid-of the Llandudno Cottage, Hospital. For twelve years Titus, who was the property of Miss Dalton, Haulfajn, Llandudlno', took an active part in the annual Saturday collections, being sta- tioned at the Pier Gates, where he was a familiar figure, ,wIlId many persons preferred to keep their subscriptions until "Titus" appear- ed with his collecting basket around his neck. His death was the result of an accident, he having been run over and killed by a horse and cart on Monday last. LLANDUDNO COUNTY SCHOOL FEES.— A meeting of the Governors of the Llandudno County School was held on Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. David Davies presiding, at vhich the question of reducing the fees for scholars was brought up on a report from, a Committee ap- pointed a month ago Mr E.alph Fisher had furnished the Cammiittee with information showing that the fees of this school were higher than at most of the county schools in the county, amd also that if by reducing them the attendance of pupils increased there would be a financial advantage to the Governms owing to the 11081.v grants from Government sources. At pre-sei t the fees per pupil amount- ed to 27 lis. par aninum, and it was decided to reduce them to £ 5. The governors present were the Rev. Ll. R. Hughes, M.A., Mr T. W. Griffith, Mr R. Risher, and Mr R. Roberts. SUDDEN DEATH OF MRS. HEYN, P, v, COLTRT.—We reigtet to announce the death, f wlhiich occurred) suddenly on Friday, of Mrs Heyn, wife of Mr Gustavus F. O. Heyn, Red- court, Church Walks, and formerly of Liver- pool. Mrs IHeyn had visited Llandudno for very many years, staying at Eilhinog with Miss Moore, who was one of her school friends. For twelve years Mr and Mrs Heyn came to Llan- dudno or.ee or twice every years, and finally came to residte here five years ago<, when Mr Heya was recovering from a veiy serious ill- ness. Mrs Heyn had been in failing health for two years, but was- .able to get about and enjoy the company of a wide circle of friends she h iel made in Llandudno, foT she possessed in no small degree the faculty of winning t'he esteem aard love of all with whom she came into contact. Mrs Heyn was a, Catwhter of the late Mr G. P. Forwood, Wavertree, Liverpool, and was married to Mr Heyn, forty-five years ago. They were a very devoted couple, and were, scarcely ever separated for more than a day 'daring the whole of (that-long period, so that the dleath of his wif,, is a very [severe blow to Mr Heyn, who 'had ünlya year ago, bought Red Court, and was looking farward to spend- ing thj next few years in rest and repose. The remains were taken to Anfield and cremated, the ashes being placed in an uiin and deposited beside those of her daughter in the family vault in the Unitarian Church. With Mr Heyn, his son and married daughter, much sympathy is felt in their bereavement.