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ST. TUDNO SILVER BAND.

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ST. TUDNO SILVER BAND. At a meeting of the Llandudno Bye- laws Committee the following letter was read from the Secretary of the St. T'udno Silver Band, namely:- "Re your letter concerning the above. (In accordance with your request, I call- ed at your office on two occasions, but was informed you were out of town.) A meeting of the members was held on Monday evening to discuss the matter. It was unanimously decided to adhere, to our original proposal, viz. :-to, request the Council to t,ake over the instru- ments, music., and all other property of the band, subject to their undertaking to find employment, for a man (selected by us) to act in the capacity of a band- master. Might we suggest at this point, that, you will consider the advisability of filling the vacancy about to be made in the Electric Light Works in this way. We think it would be quite possible to find a person that would meet your require- ments as a fitter, and also meet ours as a bandmaster. We suggest this meansi, seeing that other employment, iis at present quiet. Referring to the matter of the band playing programmes of music on the pro- menade. We are of opinion that it, would not, at present, be advisable to make any definite promise with regard to next sum- mer, as the time is so short in which to prepare the necessary amount of music which it would require. Also, you are aware that the band has been lying dor- mant for many months, and there are a few vacancies which would have to be filled. If this part of the matter was left, say, until the end of next summer, we think that in the meantime, under the guidance of a capable teacher, we would make sufficient progress as to enable us to come to some agreement. Of course, in a few months we would be able to have an occasional "March Out," thus enabling the members of the Council and the pub- lic to form an opinion on our progress. It was further suggested that the busi- ness of the band be managed by a com- mittee consisting of a few members of the Council and a, few members of the band, which, of course, could be arranged at some future time. Trusting that you will give the matter your serious consideration, as we think it is a pity that such valuable instru- ments should be lying idle. I beg to remain, on behalf of the mem- bers, ISAAC WILLIAMS, Secretary Consideration of the letter was deferred until the next, meeting of the, Oom.niitee. Meanwhile the Clerk was requested to submit the same to the Electricity Com- mittee.

DEGrANWY WOMAN'S GENEROSITY.

j A CHAUFFEUR FINED. I

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COLWYN BAY COUNCIL.

ILONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY

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