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I LLANFAIRFECHAN. I SAWtM.V I-'lAKIC FLOUR j„ Co/ton 'I BaKs, Preir,-it prices: 3 th., 10d; 7 lbs., Is IJd; 35 lbs., 8s 6d. KILLED IN ACTION.—The casualty lists last week included the names of throe men of the Oldham "Pals," who were billeted here .last year, as having been killed at the front. WEDDING.—At Evesham, on Tuesday, the marriage took place of Mr J. RNe Hughes, poor, rAtec?iieotor, a.?d .M.&s B. Walton, w?d w?s for N  as tor some time at Mr Wiikie's establishment. ON LEAVE.—Messrs Caradoc Ellis and John Ellis, Tyddyn Drain, are home on leave. The former is in the Navy and the latter in the I-kn- bighshire Yeomanry. VOLUNTEER REGIMENT.—There is not single member of military age in the looal unit of the Carnarvonshire Volunteer Regiment who has not attested. OBITUARY.—The death occurred on Tues- day, of Mrs Bate, Bryn On en, a native of Kiiiits- foid, Cheshire, at the age of 72 yeans. Deceased was of a wry charitable disposition, and h-e-r death wiil be felt by the poor. The body was taken to Knufcsfo-rd for interment. CHURXJH MEN'S SOCIETY.—A lecture, the subject of which was "The bartie front of Ypres," was delivered to the mem- bers of the Church of England Men's Society at the Institute, on Tuesday night, bv Mr Roberts, secretary of the Llandudno braiioli of the Society. Mr W. H. Forsrer presided. The lecture, which was illustrated, proved UIl- usually intC'retstijig. SCHOLASTIC.—At their meeting last week the Carnarvonshire Education Committee de- cided to appoint an uncertificated teacher as successor to Miss A. Williams, of the Church Boys' School, who had resigned. With re- gard to the Church Girls' School a certifi- cated assistant mistress is to be appointed as successor to Miss Rogers, uncertificated teacher, who has resigned' PROPOSED SCHOOL ALTERATIONS — The application of the »ianagers of the Church School to be allowed to defer making the alterations in the pi-emises consequent upon the conversion of the I)o.vs' i.itd schools into a mixed department until after the war was granted by the Carnarvonshire Education Committee, last week, provided the mana- gers agree to the headmaster being placed in charge of the two departments when the pre. sent headmistress resigns on the 29 th February.

MILITARY ?OTES.j I MILITARY…

PORTMADOC LICENSING SESSIONS.

j"RED GLOBE GANG.".

CONWAY CATTLE MART.

ENGLISH * WELSH MARKFI i.

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PENYGROES. I

DYFFRYN. I

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NEWS IN BRIEF.

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CARNARVON BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

MEN AI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD.