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SUMMARY OF ACCOUNTS.— Cheques for the following amounts were signed at the monthly meeting of the Council on Friday:—General fund, J61338 10s. 7d. Welsh writing slate mills account, JE17 7s. 6cl., water and gas fund, E4331 18s. Id. electric lighting fund, -2,839 Os. 9d. total, £ 6526 16s. lid. The Carnarvon Choral Society, who won the prize in the chief choral compe- tition at the Welish National Eisteddfod J in London last year, has commenced to practice the test pieces for the chief choral competition at the Carmarthen National Eisteddfod next year. Their conductor, Mr John Williams, ha,s been requested to prepare the same choir to sing at the ceremony of investing the Prince of Wales at Carnarvon Castle next June. MAKE OF GAS.—The Gas Manager's report for the four weeks, from September 3rd to October 1st, shews the total make of gas this year to be 4.5,970,000 cubic feet; corresponding! period of last year, 48,851,000; increase, 119,000; total make these four weeks, 8.308.000; corres- ponding period of last year, 8,595,000; decrease, 287,000. ELECTRICITY WORKS.—The En- gineer read a letter at a meeting of the Electricity Committee which he had re- ceived from the Chloride Electrical Stor- age Company, Limited, with a proposal for the continuation of the agreement for the maintenance of the Battery. It was decided to consider the matter further at the, next meeting in conjunction with a suggestion- that the. Coinmitte,el should carry an additional sum annually to the depreciation fund to cover possible con- tingencies. THE SHADES OF AUTUMN.-witil the falling leaf around us, we are reminded that the summer has passed, and to pre- pare for the long dreary winter evenings. It is during the cold months that the de- licious beverage, Tea, is more fully appre- ciated. Horniman's Pure Tea has a dis- tinctive flavour and aroma, obtainable only by the expert Mending1 of young spring leaves from the finest gardens of India, China and Ceylon. Is sold "Full weight without the wrapper." Sold in Llandudno by T. and Ri. D. Jones, Llandudno by T. and RI. D. Jones, Grocers, Oxford Road; H. and J. Owen, The Steam Bakery; Parry and Son, Corner of Pleasant- and Victoria, Streets; Roberts, 37. Mostyn Street; W. G. Wil- liams, Upper Mostyn Street; Llandudno Junction—by T. Jones, Grocer, Post Office.

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