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Abergele.

Corwen.

Denbigh.

Eglwysfach.

Holywell.

Llandudno.

Llandudno Junction.

Lianrwst.

Llangwystenin.

Llysfaen.

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Llysfaen. The Coronation.—The Llysfaen Parish Council have formed themselves into a committee, and have also added about twenty-five ladies and gentlemen to their number in order to act as a general committee for the purpose of organising a I treat for the children, old people, and others in the parish on Coronation day (with the exception of the school children, who are already provided for); arrange for sports, &c. At a meeting of the com- mittee, held at the school on Tuesday, the school managers undertook to, give medals, books on the Coronation, a sumptuous tea, and sports on Coro- nation day to 300 children. The quarry proprietors' will give the equivalent of a day's wage to all the men in their employ.

Mostyn.

Penmaenmawr.

Rhos=on=Sea.

Rhyl.

Ruthin,

St. Asaph.

Talybont. ^

Talycafn..ittS

Trefriw. SSCOI-

Yspytty If

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Bagillt.!

Brwynog.

g Caerhun.

Colwyn.

Conway

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