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LLANDUDNO-CRAIG-Y-DON.

LLANDUDNO-CRAIG-Y-DON.

Detached private residence with an attractive corner site and near park, comprising briefly Entrance Hall; Lounge; Dining Room; Breakfast Room; 3 Double and 1 Single Bedroom; Box Room; Bathroom and Separate W.C. Attractive garden to front side and rear. FREEHOLD. RATEABLE VALUE
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED

SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED

OAKWOOD PARK HOSPITAL, NEAR CONWAY. CLERICAL OFFICER (female) required in Secretary-Superintendent's office. Well-educated, intelligent, typing and shorthand an advantage. Salary on clerical scale: £227 per annum (at age 16) rising to £6OO per annum under equal pay arrangements.
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
HIGHEST POSSIBLE PRICES

HIGHEST POSSIBLE PRICES

paid for Antique and Victories Jewellery, Chairs, Bureaux, Ciwoer Sri, Gard Tails% China Figures, Dessert and Tea Sete. Glass, Sher Bier Plated Articles, sad Baritone Dania's, Dresses, eta. etc. C. G. LEI Cy Santique &bop !4 VAUGHAN STREET (Nest Promenade), LLANDEIDI Telephone:
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ARMISTEAD. The sisters and brother of the late Mrs. Annie Armistead, Ingilb y, Heenan Road, Old Colwyn. wish to thank all friends and neighbours for the beautiful flowers and letters of sympathy received in their sad bereavement. EVANS.—Mrs. D. E. Evans. of 31 Rhuddlan Avenue. L
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
JUNIORS CORNER

JUNIORS CORNER

generally speaking, the game was a farce. But the referee, Mr. P. Davies (Penmaenmawr), wrote saying the match was "exceedingly sporting." It was agreed that the result of the match should be recorded in the league table and that the Deganwy club be reminded that only a register
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 

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NOT USED ENOUGH

NOT USED ENOUGH

The number of registered readers was 5,773, a decrease of 325, and represented 34.14 per cent. of the population, which was well above the national average figure. Miss Cooks complains, however, that not enough use is being made of the library. "These figures mean that two-third
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
DECEMBER SKY

DECEMBER SKY

The Conway Valley provided this end-of-year photograph. Z . ' - P - •
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
***SPECIAL BARGAIN!!! LADIES' 100% PURE WOOL CARDIGANS AND LUMBERS Usually 24/11, 29/11, 31/11. All One Price

***SPECIAL BARGAIN!!! LADIES' 100% PURE WOOL CARDIGANS AND LUMBERS Usually 24/11, 29/11, 31/11. All One Price

December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
CHILDREN'S WEAR

CHILDREN'S WEAR

OVER 250 CHILDREN'S COATS In superior quality Velour. Many trimmed with velvet. Sizes IS" to 22". Usually 45/- to 55/& All One Sensational Price 700 WEED GIRLS' MAIDS' MODEL COATS Including Manufacturers' Samples. Usually £4-19-1I to £B-13-8 Lot_i Lot 2 Lot 3 £2 £3 £4 1,000 GIRL
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
CAROLLERS

CAROLLERS

RAISED c£loo District Nurses' party On the six nights in which they toured Dolwyd, Glan Conway, Eglwysbach, Talycatn, T'ynygroes, Ro Wen, Llanbedr, Talybont and Dolgarrog, the local district nurses carol party collected over £lOO for the British Empire Cancer Campaign. And on Tu
December 31, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales