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Artistes at tfye Huturun GToiicerts, I MR. JAS. COLEMAN (Baritone). I October 24th to 30th. MISS LUCY NUTTALL (Contralto) L October 29th and 30th. MR. WALTER HAT Gil (Conductor). PHOTO BY EDGE LTD. MR. JAMES EDGAR (Leader and Solo Violinist). PHOTO BY EDGE LTD. I A DRY MONTH.—The rainfall during the month of September was 0.520 inches. During the same month 140.8 hours of II bright sunshine were recorded. BOATS TO BE REMOVED.—The Committee have given instructions that within seven days from the end of this month, all boats not required for actual use during the winter be removed from the promenade. The committee decided to extend the engagement of the West Shore inspector until the end of October. LOAN OF DOCUMENTS.—At a meet- ing of the Conway Council on Wednes- day it was decided to comply with the applic,a,tioll of Mr W. Bezant Lowe for a loan of a number of ancient documents to the Llandudno Field Club, who are pro- moting an exhibition at Llandudno, the loan being subject to the documents being fully insured and exhibited in suitable glass cases. JIJ _= -?, TBE'i nf lil lliilllllillliMI HllllliMWiHrHi' I'tfU III P11| U'lH I" "F '■ IM'U'I II MARKET R,ENTS AND TOLLS.- The Collector of market rents and tolls re- ported that during the month of Septem- ber, the following sums had been collect- ed by him, namely:—Rents, £ 21 9s. 7d. tolls, £ 12 15s. 5d.; total, JE34 5s. The amount received during the correspond- ing month last year was £3,2 19s. 8d. EMPLOYMENT OF CHILDREN.— The Bye-laws Committee have had under consideration the, draft of Bye-laws pro- posed to be made by the County Council under the Employment of Children's Act, 1903. The draft was approved and order- ed to be returned to the County Council with the recommendation that the Bye- laws be made to apply to Llandudno. LIBERAL CLUB WINTER SES- SION.—The members of the above club met on Wednesday evening, the main ob- ject being to inaugurate a series of It gatherings at, which political topics may be discussed and addresses given on various matters connected with the poli- tical life of the country. Mr Ralph Fisher, C.O., was voted to the chair, and opened the proceedings with a practical address on what should be the aims of the club. Other addresses were given by Mr R. Drury, Mr Cheetham. and Mr J. R. Jones. At intervals songs were given by Mr W. Roberts, Mr Irew Jones, and Mr R. Ll. Davies, Mr W. Barrow acting as accompanist. Coffee and cigarettes were, served, and later arrangements were made for further meetings. C SCOUTS COUNTY COUNCIL MEET- ING.—A meeting of the Boy Scouts County Council wa,s held, at Carnarvon on Thursday last, under the presidency of Sir Wm. Ellis, K.C.B., and was attended later by The Lord Lieutenant, General Gough, Mr Rupert Ellis, Mr A. E. Samuels. F. Edge, and the hon. secretary, Mr C. H. Stonor. It was announced that Mr Rupert Eillis had been appointed by the Head Office, London, Commis- sioner for Carnarvonshire. The post of Organising Inspector for Carnarvonshire was also filled in, and Secretaries of Bov Scouts in Carnarvonshire not at present! affiliated, will do well to put themselves in touch with the County Secretary, who will duly acquaint the Inspector, the latter's duty being to- arrange- for proper organisation under the Boy Scout rules and regulations and every possible assist- ance will be given.



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