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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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. 'PARISH COUNCIL./

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'PARISH COUNCIL. THE monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening, when there were pre- sent, Messrs. Bithel (presiding), Edward Lloyd, C. P. Morgan, Charles Lewis, Henry Parry, Joseph Taylor, D. Jones, J. Shep- herd, Joel Williams, and A. T. Keene (clerk). With reference to the encroachment at Leeswood, the chairman explained that he had seen the party who had encroached, and he had taken down the fence so that the matter had been rectified. The Clerk reported that the Charity Com- L mission had declined to sanction the ap- pointment of seven trustees from the Urban and iParish Councils, buc. that they were prepared to add four, so that would make a representation of two member from each of the councils. Accordingly, the chairman and a member were appointed to represent this council. The Clerk stated that the usual form had been received from the Local Government Board with regard to the elec- tion for this year, notifying that all Par- ish meetings before the elections would be held on the 18th March. The Clerk stated that the election would be held on the 25th March, and the new members would come into office on the 15th April.

THE NORTH HENDRE LEAD MINE.

. RAILWAY OFFICIALS' ANNUAL…

. URBAN COUNCIL.

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WELSH MARKETS.

THE RUTHIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

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