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CONNAH'S QUAY.

HOLYWELL.

ST. ASAPH. i

MOLD.

DENBIGH.

otT FESTINI0G.

RUABON.

WREXHAM.I

FLINT.

LLANDUDNO.

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LLANDUDNO. SUNDAY OBSERVANCE.âAnother meeting was held on Sunday evening, upon the promenade, to advocate the better observance of the Sabbath Day at Llandudno. Mr. S. Roberts, Holly Bank, con- ducted the proceedings. Those present-a large attendance-having repeated the Ten Command- ments, and sung a hymn, Mr. Roberts made a strong appeal to the people of Llandudno to keep holy the Sabbath Day. The meeting was afterwards addressed by Mr. Thomas Davies. Matlock House, and others, and Mr. Joseph Hughes offered a prayer. Subsequently the Rev. J. Raymond, Baptist minister, Llandudno, arrived and addressed the meeting in English, followed by Mr. Dean, a visitor. The latter appealed to those who came from England to assist their Welsh friends in every way to properly observe the Sabbath by giving them as little trouble as possible with their household duties. During the meeting several well-known Welsh hymns were sung, and they attracted a large number of English visitors. THE PROMENADE BAND STAND is now lit by electricity. As the orchestra is movable, there is no dynamo or motive power on the spot, but the elec- tricity is carried to the promenade by the storage system from a gentleman's house, who has supplied the eight Iti-candle incundescent lights and all the electricity free of cost. The light is giving great satisfaction, and although the Grand Pavilion is crowded each evening to hear Mon. Reviere's band, still the open air concerts on the promenade are as popular as ever. THE EISTEDDFOD.âThe outlook is very encourag- ing. The competitions will be numerous, and the railway arrangements very complete. The first excursion train will arrive at 8 30 a.m., and all the special trains will leave after the evening concert. The Committee are determined to make the gather- ing a success, and have engaged Mon. Reviere's orchestra for the whole of the meetings.

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