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We have a reputation to keep, and we are keeping it by selling the prruT r?r?Q AT Tm7 Klun 1 uUUU? A 1 1 ilil T?T?TTrr T?T?T?T? O'f We are now showing a splendid assortment of RIGHT PRICE. WE Ladies' Costumes, Robes, Blouses, ]3ress Skirts, tJ :I1dercl()thÜJ-&" Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, ALSO White Washing Dresses and .Hat., Pijiilbres, Overalls, etc. '£B.oIC,E'>,&EitCTIQNQF ?' ? ? MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS J" ? ?. <: ? BIGSTO;CK. OF Ms Mdy-mde Mts, Odd Co&ts, TMasers SLOPS, &c., &c.,a.Ua.t prices th.tdefycompetition. We beg to call specia! attention to our Dressmaking and Tailoring Departments. Having bought our Costume Materials .and Suitings before the big advance, we are able to offer them at old prices. WE ARE FOREMOST IN STYLE, FiT, AND VALUE. Sole Agents for Indies' & Gent's Dexter Raincoats :;2:2=: =- 'y At Daies all solvli CORWEN and LLANGOLLEN.
CORWEN AND DISTRICT NOTES
CORWEN AND DISTRICT NOTES The Rev. A. W. Rees, senior curate of- Wrexham, has been offered and has accepted the living of Hangar, Cynwyd. It is rumoured that there is a matrimonial craze among the old maids and old bachelors at Cynwyd these days. Welwyderioedmo'rafon Ddyfrdwy mor isel ag y mae yr wythnos hon. Ychydig Q gamp fuasai neidio drosti mown llawer ma&. Corwen Petty Sessions were held on Friday iMt before D. Davies, W. 0. Williams, and f. Uoyd Jones, Esquires, when Mr. J. R. Jordan made an application for a, further extension of the protection order in respect of the license-- of the Eagles Hotel, Corwen, as'A;,ermanent new tenant has not yet been procured, atthougb- the firm is in correspondence with two or three applicanta for the Eagles Hotel. The- extension was granted. It took LIangoHen Fire Brigade twenty- five minutes to turn out to a nre at Glyn laat Saturday morning. The excuse for the delay at Llangollen was due to the scarcity of horses in the town. How will Corwen Fire- Brigade fare if a nre breaks out in the districts Sorwen Firemen have threatened to go on strike for certain reasons." The best thing for the firemen to do is to Mnd a deputation t&" lodge the complaint ,t before the Pariah Council at their next meeting. It Is high time? th&Corwen Fire Bngade "made a sbow they have not had one drill during the past twelve months. A united Prayer Meeting had been announced to take place laat Monday night on the Market Square, Corwen, but owing to the wet weather it ?was aiMmdoned. Crowds of people had congregated ready to pass remarks but they were disappointed this ttme. Messrs. Jonathan Da vies and Son, Commercs Houae< Corwen and LIangollen, beg to announce their Special Sale of Blouses and Robes commencing on Saturday next' and con- tinuing for ten days.—Advt.
Theatricals at the Assembly Rooms Corwen
Theatricals at the Assembly Rooms, Corwen. Last evening Misa Ada Lauderdale and her London Company gave a good performance of the play A Secret of the Past," before an appreciative audience. Several very exciting' incidents occurred during the course of the evening, and in one—the crematorium scene—— the acting was very fine mdeed, and quite carried the audience. Miss Lauderdale and her Company are- bHIed for the week. A different play will be performed each nigl)t,,atAd a. pantomime for the children on Saturday afternoon at 3. A special treat is in store for playgoers on Thurs- day night when The Silver King," a play made famous by the late Mr. Wilson Barrett will be produced.
CORWEN WATER COMPANYI
CORWEN WATER COMPANY, Notice to Consumers The Directors of the Corwen Water Com- pany Limited HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, owing to the wilful waste of water in the town caused by defective fittings and carelessness, the Company's Manager has received definite instructions to cut off the supply to any per- son or persons who shall neglect to remedy such waste after notice. Dated this ISth day of JuNE, 1915, By Order, F. C. DIGGORY. Secretarlri CORWEN L I'gra'wyd a Chyhoeddwyd, gan GwiMni Argraffu Corwcu, Gogledd C)'n,ru.