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CONSERVATIVE MEETING AT HOLYWELL.

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MAJOR CARMICHAEL'S WILL. ABERGELE AND OLD COLWYN BENEFICIARIES Major Daniel Charles Carmichael, of 3 Abbey- street, Rath, formerly of Dowlais, Glamorgan- shire, prominently identified for a long period with the Volunteer movement, and for thirty years connected with the Dowlais Iron Company, a native of Abergele, who died on the 8th of Juno last. left estate of the gross value of E19,345 118 7d, of which 219,220 12s 4d is net personalty, and probate of his will, dated tho 30th January, 1903, with two codicils, one dated in 1904 and the other on the 13th December, 1903, has been granted to Mr Frederick Thomas Reade, of 28, Great Ormonde-street, London, re- tired civil engineer, and his nephews, Mr John Hannah, of Abergele, chemist, and Mr Charles Hannah, of Old Colwyn, chemist. The testator left £ 100 to Elizabeth Owen; £100 to Christina Templeton; £100 to W. R. Metcalfe of London; E100 to William Jones, of Angleisey; E50 to Mary Hawthorne, of Liverpool; a sum of JB200 for such purposes as specified in a memor- andum given to Frederick Thomas Reade; E100 each to the executors of his will; a sum not exoeeding E150 for the purpose of placing two lights in a window in Abergele Church, to the memory of his father and mother; and he left the residue of his estate upon trust for his sister Elizabeth Ann Davies, for life; with remainder as to one-fourth to each of his nephews, John, Charles, and William Templeton Hannah, and one-fourth to the children of his brother, John Carmicshael. The memorial in Abergele Church was, it is understood, erected two or three years ago.

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FLINT BOROUGHS ELECTION.

COL. HOWARD AT ST. ASAPH.

CONSERVATIVE MEETING AT RHUDDLAN.

LIBERAL MEETING AT RHUDDLAN

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RHYL POLICE COURT.

HUNTING.ii:

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I IRHYL COUNTY COURT.

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RUTHIN FIRE BRIGADE. --

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