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I MERIONETHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

BALA. -I

DENBIGH.I

I HOLYHEAD. I

FESTINIOG.I

LLANERCHYMEDD.j

LLANDUDNO.

MACHYNLLETH.

I ^tyerita .ndinutt"t.

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I ILLANDUDNO IMPROVEMENTS.,

! LLANDUDNO.

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LLANDUDNO. To the Editor of the North Wales Chronicle. Siit^—If Wanderer" was disgusted wrtn the number of pigs-kept in Llandudno about a fortnight ago, what must be his disgust to find that, on the day of Iaat Con- way bi!o, pigs were brought here in cart lowfe; as the visitors, aicrease, it seems that nuisances Mi's1? necessa- rily increiwe with them. The poor man has rutny rea- sons for keeping a pig, when we consider the high prioe of house-rant, provisions, &c., in this place but what excuaecttB-tbe large lodging-house keepers have for maintaining; the nuisance, who call afford to live in in- dolence and *eity ? They do not depend on the-prict of their pig io make up their rent, or any luxuries ia which they wvprofnsely indulge. The Medicai Officer of Health states that there are such tilings aø accessary evils." Very true, there are; but, certainly, Mitre must be a limit to it. The Sanitary Act provides tiiait no pigstye or open privv shall be' erected nearer »dwelling-house than ten feet;" and if. the medical ollice^ ct heatth will only visit some of the back yards of holmes, he will find the law violated to 3D' awful extent; but,, if pigstves were the required distanoe from dwellings, the-Jtact of the wind being, almost al- way". blowing from tlre west, the consequence is that all the miasma arifiiiy from pigs, open privies, &c., is blown into the town,, which Met. in itself ought to put a stop to the nuisance. I.et ;Illy Oil", ;ifter i-i w;jrzn di.v, visit tlip top of the reservoir above the Ifcvitis, ..nd be will liiui the most of- fensive odours wafted by tlie wind from some dozen pigstyes a tittle below bsiu, on the mountain side, to. wards liryIItninu. \V ivi* whone permission they are allowed to remain, I do M»t know but one of the love. liest spots on the Orme't. Head is thus converted into an intolerable nuisance. I shall call the attention of your readers to the state of the working man's dweffing in your next. 1 am, Sir, yours. Ac., JUlie  A WOUKJ?G MAN. Jm)e25th,186t.

LLANDUDNO.—" THE CELEBRITIES."

ANGLESEY QUARTER SESSIONS.…

A VETERAN IN DISTRESS.