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*1 I .1-Wisdom of the Wise…

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THE ADVERTISER SAYS That the reports of "Our Local Parlia- ment" of the past, by a Lady, will be continued in. future issues. That great interest has been shewn in a dogi-fish caught this week. That the fish was taken on a long line by Boatman Lloyd Jones. That its weight has been judged to be 40C bs. That its length was 5ft., and is said to be the biggest dog fish caught in Llan- dudno Bay. That upon examination by an expert the supposed dog-fish proved to be a, shark. That, the Great Orme Trams will cease running after Monday next. That we are informed that this has been a record sea-son. < Tjhat- notwithstanding! a; record was, created last year, the takings this, has exceeded those of the previous year by over three figures. That this proves there is a, great future for this undertaking1. That on November 14th a Whist Drive will be held at the Constitutional Club That further particulars will be given in a future issue. That nothingi has been heard for some time of the Rate-payers' Association". That it is about time the association rous- ed itself from its summer repose. That the Council have many important matters on hand. That perhaps the decision to apply for Local Government Board sanction to loans amounting to over £ 20,300 will rouse the association in time for an ap- pearance to be made at the, inquiry which will be held shortly. That the date of the inquiry has not yet been fixed by the Board. That several councillors are anxious for the work to be commenced at once in the interests of the unemployed. That the works already sanctioned, how- ever, may be found sufficient for the immediate needs. That these include a new water main to Nantygamar and the new road from Conway Road to Craigydon. That the mere fact that work had been commenced before a loan was sanction- ed would not prejudice the application to the Local Government Board. That it would, however, be very awkward if the loan was refused on other grounds. That at Friday's meeting of the Council reference was made to an appeal pub- lished in the "Advertiser" one winter asking those intending; to re-decorate their premises for the following' season to get the work done before Christmas. *■ That the appeal was stated by one mem- ber to have been very successful. That at this time of the year work is un- doubtedly scarce, and it would be a good thing if those who are able to do so put in handa,t once the work they require done before next season. Tha,t by doing, so they will avoid much of the worry and disappointment that resuiits from leaving the work to the last minute. That the Colwyn Bay and Llanrwst foot- ball teams having to replay their tie in the first round of the Amateur Cup Competition left the Llandudno Amateurs without a game for this afternoon. That this would have been very unfor- tunate in view of the cup-ties in which the Amateurs are engaged for the next three weeks. That at the last moment, however, a fixture was arranged with a team from j Oswestry. That the match will give the team at least a good practice game. That the Reserves will, play their away 1 league engagement with the Colwyn Z) Bay Celts, who were so soundly trounced on the Council Field on Saturday last. That the re-organised Craigydon Literary and Debating Society will hold their Z, first social on Monday evening. That the gathering will be held at the p'sc!i.lfe Boarding Establishment. That a very interesting programme has been arranged for the first half of the winter, particulars of which will be given next week. That as will be seen from the annual re- port of the Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Company published in another column the past season has been one of the most successful since the Company was formed. That the dividend will again be six per cent, and a considerably higher sum carried forward. That we congratulate the Directors and Officials upon the success attending their policy in providing such an excel- lent service for North Wales.

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