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    At Bron Helog, Craig Wen, North Wales; rocky mountain side to left, with craggy hills in distance, stormy skyWatercolour, 1885

    At Bron Helog, Craig Wen, North Wales; rocky mountain side to left, with craggy hills in distance, stormy skyWatercolour British Museum Images

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    of Arian" I'sdouth of the Clyde"; mountain view "Glen Ant, Argylesnire ;" a grend Water-coloer Drawing, "fhe Mountain Side, Craig Wen, Merionethr'hlre," by Steeple, and other Paintings by modern Artists. TheSale of the CELLAR of WINES will commence at Two Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    36 years, Frank Roberts, relieving officer, late of ahe Ist K.D.Q., and of Chester. On the 24th inst., at Craig Wen, Carnarvon, Elizabeth Catherine, relict et William Henry Carter, and daughter ol the late W. Lloyd Roberts, of Carnarvon, attorney-a'.-.aw. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Anne, widow of the late Thomas Haynes, Esq., ofthis city, aged 82. On the Uth inst., at his residence, Craig Wen, Carnarvon, William Henry Carter, youngest son of the lato Joaeph Carter, Over Tabley Hall, in this county. On the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to the contrary, especially with reference to Cowarch and Craig Wen, and on the nre sentoccaMon am happy in being borne out in mv views by finding that Craig Wen can send to market about 2 000 tons of galena Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    are now carried on by the executors of Messrs. Ilolditch, of Long-acre, send ore to market regularly, and the Craig Wen mines, in the imme- diate vicinity, are collecting fine silver ore on the bank, and are in a position Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and teach elementary music, kc; | housemaid-nurse kept : salary £20 : good references required.- Mrs. I Lloyd Carter, Craig Wen, Carnarvon. WANTED, in May, a LADY-HELP to take eniire charge of boy of three ; must be musical.- Apply Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    7i ; two elder ones attend school; help itiven; some music and elementary subjects; salary £16-£lB,- Mrs. Lloyd Carter. Craig Wen. Carnarvon. EXPERIENCED MOTHERS HELP WANTED.- AppIy, by letter, Mrs. Keary, Beaulieu, Wimbledon-park. ]ADY REQUIRED as LADY-NURSE-COMPANION to an _J Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    17th inst., aged 69 years. Mr John Billington, farmer, Wirswall, near Whitch_ch. Clegg - On the Asth inst., at Craig Wen, Anglesey, Mainwaring Clegg, Esq.,. aged 74 years. CUMBERLAND- On the 18th inst., at Aberystwyth, Georgina AnOie, the wife of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    agreed upon and their cost, which Mere as follows; - Higher Berse, £250 : New Inn, Cross-street, £400 ; Craig Wen, £40 ; Cerney, £(i 0 : Adwy (iate, £60; Wheatsheaf, £112. On the motion of Mr Roeke. second by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    voices, " O Tyred yn ol," the prize was divided between Miss M E Reynolds, Lodge, and Miss Williams, Craig Wen Reading a selection given at the time, for children' under 12 years, prize awarded to Miss C. F. Williams Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, October 27th. Present : The Mayor (Mr S. T. Baugh) in the chair ; Aldermen .1. Oswell Bury, J. Williams, and Walter Jones ; Councillors Richard Jones, J. Prichard, J. Beale, J. Gittins, W. Pierce, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GENEROUS GIFT AT HAWARDEN At an entertainment given in Hawardeu ou Satur* day evening, nnder the auspices of the tliwarden Equalised District of the Order of Druids, a presenta- tion was made to Brother T. Wainwright, a member of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DISTRICT REWS. TI^NT^SIRE^SSIZEs! -*~ The commission of assize for the County of Flint was opened on Thursday morning .at the County Hall, Mold, before Mr Baron Bramwell. His lordship attended divine service at the parish church when an eloquent Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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