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WILL B LUFF'S LETTER.

THEI BORES) (GET BUSY.

NORTH WALES CANDIDATES.

THE LATEI MR. HARRY CLEGG.

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THE LATEI MR. HARRY CLEGG. At Bangor, on Tuesday, Mr H. C. Vin- cent, magistrates' clerk, at the requesct of the Chairman, read a leitter from Mr Rowland Clegg, eldest son, of the late Mr Harry Clegg, acknowledging the vote of condolence passed by the magistrates at their last meeting. Mr Clegg added that the sad and terrible blow which had so suddenly -come upon them had been con- siderabUy lightened by the sincere sym- pathy they had received from all quarters. They also derived great consolaition from the knowledge that Mr Harry Clegg suffered no pain, and never conceiived that he was really ill. Mrs Clegg! was giralduaOy regaining strength, and was downstairs the other day for the first 1ime in the last few weeks.

A MAID SERVANT'S THEFT.

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f^UN, FACTS, AND ANCIES. £…

WHERE IS THE DOG?

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NORTH WALES HOCKEY ASSOCIATION.

-..-MISSIONARY EXHIBITION…

DEATH OF A COACH PROPRIETOR.

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