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<——""— THE DAY OF REST.

A ROBUST EASTERN POLICY.

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PERSONAL.

MR HOWELL M.P., .AND THE LADY…

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COLWYN BAY URBAN DISTRICT…

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ANGLING,

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ANGLING, BALA LAKE AND RIVERS.Tlic rivars are low, so little has been done during the last week- Trout angling closes on the 14th On the lake a few perch have been taken and seve-- ral pike—rTegid in bhe "Field." BLACDON RESERVOIR.—HTie fishing re- turn for the week ending September 30th is thirty brown and rainbow t.rout, the top weights being1 31b. lOoz., 3Jjlb., 31b., 5141b., 41b. 6oz., and 41b. In one day Mr 0, H. Valpy landed five brown trout, of 31b. 2oz., 31b., 21b. lOcz.. 2^1b., and 21b. 2oz., and a rainbow trout of 21b.- D.S. in the "Field." DE E (Corwen District).—The river has been1 too low for salmon angling, and not a .-ingle fish has been caugiht, but e'rayling- have been! taken, fish ranging up to ibL having been land- ed.-S,W. in the "Feld-" Several very heavy fish are known to be in the poools of both Dec and Spey, and one was caught on the Cairnton Dee water by the Hon. Douglas Pennant scaling 34jlb. The Spey closed on the 15th along wifih the Ta.v, but the bulk of Scotch rivers rrmain open till the 31st inst. ITIV-, brown or )cllœ.v trout season for the whole of Scotland closes on the 14th inst. inclusive; sea trout, however, may be fished for right up to the closing date for salmon on each respective river. The brown trout season was a poor one owing to the long spell of drought Salnio in th-o Field.

DEATH OF MRS WATKIN DAVIE…

!FESTINIOG URBAN DISTRICT…

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