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LIVE STOCK SALE AT LLANRWST.

TEST CONCERT AT TYWYN.

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I WEDNESDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

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cable and cordial. Two Hacks don't mat. 9 "hit,2 tut it is somewhat fignificant that ibo rd* « mm?ndaticn as to the laying of the cable* are the same as wert> adopted by the Llandudno Council", and what is good enough for thorn should be good enough for Colwyn Bay. We can imagine we hear indignant cries of No, no, yet the Llandudno officials are every whit as keen as those at Colwyn Bay (this with the great- est respect to the latter gentlemen), and under the circums ances there was a. good deal of rho "storm in a teacup" order about the discussion. There was a considerable amount of common- sense in tne argument used by Mr George 13evan relative to the methods of advertising for a gc.n- eral foreman. The discussion arose on the Highway Committee's recommendation that Win. Jones should be appointed. In the end the committee's recommendation was adopted by a. verry narrow majority. It seems that the ad-- vert.isement according to Mr Bevan, had merely appeared in a local Colwyn Bay paper (it was" not the "Pioneer"), and consequently there were very few applicants to select from. We do not for a moment suggest that the Council have not appointed the best man available, but it is always preferablo that such appointments should be unanimous, a.nd it was quite evident a section of the Council were of opinion that a better se- lection of candidates might have been available bad the post been better advertised.