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• Cynhehr Cyfaatotl Y FEHR GYMBEITHAS yn HOREB. RHIW ROAD. COI.WYN BAY, k MAWRTM MAL am 7. Anerchir gan y

• Cynhehr Cyfaatotl Y FEHR GYMBEITHAS yn HOREB. RHIW ROAD. COI.WYN BAY, k MAWRTM MAL am 7. Anerchir gan y

Pan*. J. W. ROBERTS. Wk. parslL W. WILLIAMS. S.A. Llywydd: Parch. H. V. MORRISJONES, M.A.
March 4, 1948 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
WELSH LEAGUE SUMMARY DEPUTY BAY PLAYER lIITS DECIDER Colwyn Bay were in gaining both points against Blaenau Iresiiniog after bolding

WELSH LEAGUE SUMMARY DEPUTY BAY PLAYER lIITS DECIDER Colwyn Bay were in gaining both points against Blaenau Iresiiniog after bolding

a 4-1 lead (writes -Cormoranri. They allowed the visitors to draw level and only scored the winning goal two minutes from the end. Festiniog played the better football and deserved a point; they might have won but for some bad misses by the forwards early in the game. THE Bay ma
March 4, 1948 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
The Welsh Northern Counties Fur and Feather Association.

The Welsh Northern Counties Fur and Feather Association.

THE FOURTH ANNUAL SHOW Of DOGS, POULTRY, PIGEONS, CAGE BIRDS, CATS, RABBITS, and EGGS, Will be held on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, in the Field between Tennis Courts and Gymnasium, Princes Drive, Cohvyn Bay. Sixty-six Classes. 8: Valuable Specials ((or Members only), in addition t
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Llanrwst Petty Sessions.

Llanrwst Petty Sessions.

and ist. A the the
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Cricket.

Cricket.

LLANRWST v. LLANDUDNO. This fixture wan played on Gwydyr l'nrk on Saturday, and revolted in • victory tor the home club, who had the assistance of three Bangor players namely Turner, R. E. Williams and McLachlan. The former put on 38 runs, and the other pair compiled ii apiece,
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Denbighshire County Council. How Farmers are Cheated. Colwyn Bay's Claim.: Lively Debate.

Denbighshire County Council. How Farmers are Cheated. Colwyn Bay's Claim.: Lively Debate.

A quarterly meeting of the Denbighshire ('•,unty Coun.'il was held on Monday in the County Buildings, Colwyn Bay. Mr. W. E. Samuel, J.P. (Chairman) presided, and the z.ttendance included Messrs. W. G. Dodd, J. M. Porter, D. Mac Nicol, David Lewit, Allen, William Griffith, Boaz J
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
AN UNFAIR CONDITION. The Chairman called attention to a recommendation of the Main Roth, Committee, protesting against the action of

AN UNFAIR CONDITION. The Chairman called attention to a recommendation of the Main Roth, Committee, protesting against the action of

the Road Board in imposing an absolute condition that no grant will be made for the improvement of roads utiles, a ,übstantial sum is provided by the Count) Council in addition to the actual cost of maintenance. . _ . It was, said the Chairnian, most unfair t the rat...ta.”er.;
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
"The Household Friend."

"The Household Friend."

Established Mx- ORRIS HUGHES & SON, the dial Billposters, Town Criers, Dill Distributors in Llanrwat and Good Hoardings in all parts of the town. All orders promptly attended to.-24 and 35, Street, 360 - ti AIiBII - a - 4f (i.—Loog Field Nets, N„ fitted to lines top and bottom,
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
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August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

THE STRIKE.—On Monday evening, the great frike which is being carried on in the large cities spread to Llandudno Junction, where some of the porters refused point blank to unload a meat van, which it was alleged had been loaded by blacklegs. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—At a special co
August 18, 1911 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales