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C.W.B. CHIEF INSPECTOR. Four Selected Candidates.

C.W.B. CHIEF INSPECTOR. Four Selected Candidates.

The general report for September. 1924—June, 1925. which was read by Chairman state@ there ere 322 new and 604 old wes. attendance tiGs year has not been so Loge fcnuerly, avetage having dropped from 1110 t:o te per night. On tis 2 face of it this looks unsatisfactory, but the w
December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
q,Oristtnas giOopping. CONWAY.

q,Oristtnas giOopping. CONWAY.

giOopping. CONWAY. sinold be of i , onie of delights. to ;be children and women folk. Al Cabin, Web Et rest', one's in this nan be away rupphealn the stack seele• with all the leading make,. The men folk ate not forgotten as ha can supply all 'hat I. necessary in the 'wed " that
December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Colwyn Bay Horticultural ANNUAL MEETING. Dearth of Vegetable Growers.

Colwyn Bay Horticultural ANNUAL MEETING. Dearth of Vegetable Growers.

The annual meet•ng of the Colwyn Bay Horticultund Society taok place at Council Chamber on Friday night, when Mr. A. Blakeman . presided over a large attendance of members, including several ladies. The secretary (Mr. F. Sidlow), in the course of his report', said during the pas
December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
INCORPORATION. The Acid Test.— s. d.

INCORPORATION. The Acid Test.— s. d.

By WATSON HARTLEY. The average fale.it/le Values for every man, woman and mild ni the various County districts of North Wales are as follows . OFFA'S DYKE A BOUNDARY. -, Anglesey I Caritarvonshire L4 14 0 Pro'easor Lloyd begins with Dyke. 1 Ilintsture " This." he says, " has lon
December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
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December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 

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Gilbert Payne as ' Bingle ' Winifred Hammond as 'Jack Trot' 16 Margo Girls 6 Teddy Tails FUN :: PRETTY

Gilbert Payne as ' Bingle ' Winifred Hammond as 'Jack Trot' 16 Margo Girls 6 Teddy Tails FUN :: PRETTY

GIRLS :: GOOD SINGING SPLENDID DRESSES :: MAGNIFICENT SCENERY :: SPECIAL LIGHTING EFFECTS
December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
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December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
~sAmmuiiiiiimiliminommenumlliimminumiummainnic _ = Rill H. ROGERS JONES § __,... = = THE CHEMIST = . = . _.,.. LANCASTER SQUARE,

~sAmmuiiiiiimiliminommenumlliimminumiummainnic _ = Rill H. ROGERS JONES § __,... = = THE CHEMIST = . = . _.,.. LANCASTER SQUARE,

CON WAY E =- -= Has as usual a large and varied stock of Perfumes from 6d. to 211- = Standard lines: Atkinson's Bourjois (Ashes of Roses and Voilets), -- Grossmiths (Phulnana, etc., etc.), Yardley's Lavender and Cologne -._-- = Elfrida, 4711 Cologne, etc., etc. = E- -- ---_- PRE
December 17, 1925 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
ABERGELE County School

ABERGELE County School

(For Boys and Girls) The Secondary School FOR THE Colwyn Bay District. HEADMASTER: Mr. J. WILLIAMS. M.A. (Oxon), assisted by an experienced staff of Masters and Mistresses. Efficient preparation for all the usual examinations, and Special departments for Science, Manual Instruct
December 1, 1905 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL.

OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL.

(Now FULLY LICINUID.) The most daintily equipped in the Pnncipality. Beautifully situated on the Old Coach Road, half-way between Conway and the bead of the Sychnaat Pass. Elevated and bracing position. Mountain air. Sea breeze from three points of the compass. Hotel owns golf l
December 1, 1905 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales