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A way-warden He has got a better turn out" than Sir William (laughter). Mr. Storry seconded the proposal to let the salary remain at jE90, and it was carried. On being re-called, Mr. Grimsley thanked the Board for considering his salary. He was especially thankful to them, inasmuch as he had not applied for an advance. Mr. Lloyd was sorry that he could not keep on at Y,90 per annum, and he asked the Board to allow him to go to the Chairman for a testimonial, in case he should find another situation. Mr. Dixon, after a short consultation, remarked that Mr. Lloyd would certainly be allowed to ask Sir W. G. Williams for a testimonial, but the Board expected a timely notice if he intended to resign his position. MISCELLANEOUS. A letter was read from Mr. Thomas Gee, Denbigh, calling attention to a bye-road in the neighbourhood of Bodfary, but as the road seemed to be an unim- portant one the matter was deferred. A letter was received from Caroline Griffiths, Ochi Jr-Foel, intimating that she was going to sell, or ease, a lime stone quarrry at Ochr-y-Foel, and asked the Board if they would buy it. She would lease it at t35 per annum, or sell it for £500. The property was subject to X5 per annum Crown Royalty.—The Clerk was instructed to write to state that the Board had no wish to purchase or lease the quarry. A rate of 4d. in the £ was ordered to be levied for the next 6 months. This was all the business of public interest.

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.

FOOTBALL. -

-MELIDEN:

OCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.

ST. ASAPH.

STATE OF IRELAND. -

MR. V. STUART, M.P., ON BOYCOTTING.

AN INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES…

MR. PARNELL IN PRISON.

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IST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.…

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To the Editor of the RHYL…

LOCAL BARDS AND SUNDAY CLOSING.

THE GROSVENOR FAMILY.

THE LYING SPIRIT.

RIIYL.

----THE SUNDAY CLOSING ACT.

1ST FLINTSHIRE AND CARNARVONSHIRE…

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FLINTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

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