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TOWYN. THE CORBETT AVENUE.—The work on this large contract is proceeding satisfactorily. The water mains at the time of writing have been about half laid, and in connection with this special portion of the work very great credit reflects upon those in charge. In the coarse of a day or two the roller will be at work. We regret to learn that Mr Phoenix, the contractor, has met with a slight accident which temporarily inconvenienced and prevented him from personally superintending the work. His speedy recovery is hoped for, and then the completion of the Avenue will no doubt be but a matter of a few weeks. During the past week two huge signboards have been erected advertising the land on each side of the avenue, and also in front of the pro- menade for sale or to be let on long building leases. It is to be hoped that now publicity has been given to the fact that this valuable land is in the market, persons who take an interest in the welfare of Towyn, and who also wish for a good investment, will do their part in building the new town. There can he no doubt that when the avenue has been completed, building operations will be commenced forthwith, and we hope in the course of a week or two, to be able to inform our readers that these operations will have actually been commenced. TEA PARTY. On Friday last about 160 of the members of the Congregational Sunday School sat down to tea. The tables were nicely decorated with Mowers, plants, and evergreen, and the youngsters all seemed to thoroughly enjoy them- 6 ye«s* ^be arrangements were carried out most W'iraCt(> Mrs. Roberts, Madoc House; Miss ra'fi!atllS' ^antrev House; Mrs. Barnett. Mrs. EvanTUe 1 <?Wen' Mrs- M- 'homas, Mrs. Enoch sided over bvti antl ,the tab,es were Pre- OWPTI & following ladies: Misses Maggie Chester HNOUJ0T\ Annie Lewis, Thomas, MAN" Charles and v Roberts> Morgan, High street, superintendent M°rris" ^r. Francis Jones, Roberts, secret sc^°°'' anc^ ^r- Wynne the way' in whipw'u ar° to 1:50 comP'imented upon tea a short addre«6 W°lk-Was Carried ,mt" After Rev. — Williams M A^r f1V6n the chi,dren by them the necessity f anber's> who urged upon the list of snccessfu^c/nH-T^ g°,"d Positions "ln examination. iir didates after the annual The whole affair, AlasOn gave a recitation. weather, turned out a erf. I SOtneAv^at inclement who presided at the tihit success> a&d the ladies were charged with the nrelfm™611 aS those who deserve the greatest praise ARRANSements manner in which these duties wl satisfactory is intended to hold a literary meetfn^- ged' Tt with the school at an early date. ln CODnection

LLANIDLOES

NEWTOWN.

LLANGADFAN.

GARTHMYL.

MOCHDRE.

LLANDYSSIL.

PONTROBERT. -

!LLANERFYL.

LLANDYSILIO.

LLANYMYNECH.

MAESBURY.

OSWESTRY.

ELLESMERE.

LLANFYLLIN.

LLANFAIR.

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