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. CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.…

DISESTABLISHMENT. 1

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------------POLICE COURT.

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LLAWDDULAS. /

LLANYNYS.

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MOLD. ILLNESS. The past fortnight has been particularly obser- ved on account of the visitation of deaths and ill- ness in and about town. Mr. T. T. Kelly, Bryn Coch (clerk to the Flint- shire County Council), has been dangerously ill, as the consequence of a chill caughc after the Railway meeting at Conway, We are, however, pleased to learn that Mr. Kelly has made good progress during the last few days. Mr. Andrew Mather, Bowling Green Hotel, was taken seriously ill on Sunday last, necessitat- ing an intricate operation being performed the same day. Up to the time of writing (Thursday evening), he remained in an exceedingly critical condition.

. 'PARISH COUNCIL./

THE NORTH HENDRE LEAD MINE.

. RAILWAY OFFICIALS' ANNUAL…

. URBAN COUNCIL.

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WELSH MARKETS.

THE RUTHIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

SLINGS AND ARROWS. 1--l-I..",",-,,-

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