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Record of Coming Events.

RATEPAYERS' MEETING.

iThe Passing of 1908.

Presentation to the Vicar.

The Blizzard.

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The Blizzard. In last week's issue comments were made on the mildness of the weather, and the fact was mentioned that spring flowers were in bloom and strawberries ripening. One of the severest blizzards experienced for many years has now to be recorded, the country for several days being garbed in a mantle of white. Such are the vagaries of our extra- ordinary climate. A change in the weather occurred about Christmas eve, the temperature falling several degrees, and a biting cold wind prevailed. This continued until Sunday, when sleet fell during the greater portion of the day. On Monday and Tuesday the snow and wind combined their forces making a perfect blizzard. The drifts became several feet deep in many places, and the roads were quite impassable. Especially was this the case in Gronant Road where in some places the drifts were nine or ten feet high. The road to Nant Hall was completely filled up to the top of the hedges with snow, and motors were held up on the top road while their occu- pants cleared the way. Matters were almost as bad on the Meliden Road. Vehicular traffic between Prestatyn and Meliden had to be entirely suspended on Wednesday, the drift, especially in the hol- lows, being several feet high. Fortunately, the wind had left a narrow path for pedes- trians. The Council workmen had a, busy time, and under the superintendence of the Surveyor an ingenious plough was constructed, which proved very useful in making a road through the drift.

Mail Van "Held Up."

The Milk Supply.

PRIZE DAY AT THE COUNCIL SCHOOLS.

Local Prize-winner.

Golf.

School Club.

The Local Eisteddfod.

Coal Famine on the Hillside.

Much Appreciated.

Christ Church.

The Free Church Council

Trinity Church.

THE LATE SURVEYOR 5 TESTIMONIAL.

Family Notices

---PRESTATYN NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

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