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ST. ASAPH.

YEARS DAY EISTEDDYOD.

BALA.

SPECIAL SESSIONS.

MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS.

FLINTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

IHOLYWELL.

ABERGELE. ---...-,,--,.;'.,-

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ABERGELE. LORD DUNDONALD'S RECEPTION. A meeting of the committee which had charge of the arrangements for honouring Lord Dun. donald on his return to North Wales was held at the Town Hall, Abergele, on Friday evening, for the purpose of receiving; the report and balance sheet, Mr. Thomas Williams (chairman of the District Council) presided. Mr. E. A. Crabbe, the boa. secretary, placed the report before the meeting, and explained that the total subscriptions to the fund amounted to £ 318, notwithstanding the fact that neither Rhyl nor Colwyn Bay had contributed anything like what was expected. Abergele had responded to the appeal of the committee in a manner that was really astonishing, the poor having readily given their pence, while the rich gave pounds, The sum of E200 was paid for the sword of honour, and £80 was spent in decorations, and the other expenses were such that the balance in hand was about £6, The report and balance sheet were passed, and it was decided that a list of subscribers should be printed and circu- lated. It was arranged that the sword of honour should be exhibited at Abergele and Colwyn Bay in order that the subscribers might have an opportunity of seeing it.

LLYSFAEN.

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CONWAY.

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CERYG-Y-DRUIDION.

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GLAN CONWAY.

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