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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH.

11 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH.

BALA.

. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DOLGELLEY. .------.

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DOLGELLEY. THE SCHOOL BOARD A n MR. LEGARD'S APPOINTMENT. At t), last meeting of tl, School Board an unanimous vote was passed, probating against the uppointnient ot Mr. Legard as etuef inspector for Wales, on accouui, of his nubility to understand Welsh. WESLEYAN LITERARY SOCIETY. At the weekly meetin of this society, Mr. W. Williams, Macs-y.fl'ynnm, presiding, a stirring address dealing with the 'Life and Works of the latg Rpv. J. H. Evans (Cynfaen)' was given by Mr. W. CtoVon WHIiams, Caervnwch. A hearty vote .)f thinks to the speaker va", accorded— moved by LUe. D. J. Lewis, seconded by Mr. W. D. Pugh, and supported by others. I PROPOSED LOCAL COMMEMORATION OF TH8 QUEEN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. A movement is on foot to secure public opinion on the desirabiity of erecting a Cottage Hospital in the town, as a Commemoration of the Queen's long reign. The Urban Council have been dis- cussiog the matcsr and a public meeting will, no doubt, be immediately called. LIGHT RAILWAY TO TRAWSFYNYDD. The Urban Council have nominated Com- mittee to make inquiries of the local landowners, mining companies, and others, respecting a pro- posal to have a Light Railway from ht-re to Trawsfynydd. The scheme is worthy of commen- dation The matter will be referred to a public meeting, we hope, without much delay and we also trust the whole district will unmistakably give their entire approval and support. COMPETITIVE MEETING AT IS LAWR. DREF. A competitive meeting, largely attended was held at the Board School, Is law'r-dn on Wednesday evening last. Mr. E. W. i ans, Frondirion, presided; Mr. Thomas Edward con- ducting Mr. Robert Davies, of this town, ably discharged the duties of musical adjudicator and Mr. John Roberts acted as accompanist. The different items were keenly contested. ELECTION OF MEDICAL OFFICER. Last Saturday, the members of the Aiding Friendly Society, better known as the Angel Club,' balloted for a medical officer to their society. There were two nominations—Dr. John Jones, Caerffvnnon (the present medical officer), and Dr. Richards, Aberaran. The result was as follows: Dr. John Jones, 134; Dr. Rfchards, 48. FOOTBALL. Great interest was evinced as to the result of last Saturday's match between the town crab and Towyn. The match ended in a tie of one goal each. The town team have now every reason to be satisfied with their position in the Cambrian League, and will, we trust, keep this position up for the remaicing three matches and then their superiority over the other clubs of the league will have been established clearly.

a——. PETTY SESSIONS.

. DEATH OF THE REV. E. DAVIES,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH.

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