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COLWYN BAY.

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ABERGELE. MUSICAL MULE.-C.K,tillations to Mr. D. C. Roberts, Liverpool House, on winning the third prize with his musical mule at the Ruthin Show on Thursday of last week. A BAZAAR in ajd of the Kinâ Edward Memorial Fund was held in the Village Hall, St. George, on. Friday evening. Needless to add, the organising part of the work was in the hands of the Hon. Mary Hughes and the Misses Hughes, Kinmel Park, who areahvays ready and willing to give all the assistance they possibly Can wgenever any function worthy of support is held in the district. rlf ^nnHI|fvi DRlVK was held at the Ship Cafe on Friday evening, with the following CS\r rLadies, = 1, Mrs. D. C. Roberts, 178; M- M^'S-Sle ^llliams> Moranedd, 163; 3, Miss Minnie Jones, Rose Cottage, 136. Gentlemen. 1, Mr. Thos. Llewelyn Jones, M°S» C' 171 2' Mr- Eddie Williams, Moranedd, ,70 3, Mr w p Morris ,44> T1 LTKRI?SERVICE.-This as held aLrn'nn t. eyan Chapel on Sunday afternoon when the cantata, "Christmas Chimes ( (H. P Danks) was pei'tormcd by U.e children s choir. ]\Ir j R E1Hs did the reacJ. itig parts between the choruses. Mr. W. O. Jones, Aber, also gave an address. BUSY BILLIARDS-The Ship Cafe billiard v whfn f!6 1 animated scene 011 Mon- -yi 0 ^dliard handicaps were played p ujrd Vvner in the first was Mr. H. E. ittn ⢠seco»d tussle for supremacy reiS" ''Vf C'e,ver Mr. Llew. Jones, who ga\e Mr. W, E. Jones his quietus by the narrow majority of three. AytD°H TUESDAY. â Another battle royal with the "ivories" took place on Tues- day afternoon when Mr. Herbert Roberts won the first prize. ^.HE HARROW WILLIAMS. Llan- Rl'li"<j' 5 iv.ered a lecture entitled Welsh riian^i UrV"» 'ast century," at the C.M. « R-°I' ^tonday night, Sir Herbert Ro- gatheringr. *P*» Presiding over a moderate LUCKY CHEMIST.-Local readers will be interested to learn of the good fortune that has attended the speculation of a few shillings U1 the Hungarian lottery by Mr. Hy. Lloyd Jones, cheiii Is t, Birmingham, a native ofaber- gele. His little flutter has swelled his banking account to the tune of about £ 10,000. DINNER The Gwrych Castle annnal Cfnt fudit dinner was held at the Hesketh Hotel on Monday evening, when about eighty persons sat down to a stimpttious repast, which reflected the greatest credit on Mr. and ⢠Hopkins. RE-UNT°N.âA social function took place on Monday evening at the County School, when some seventy old pupil.. met in re-union, a"d thoroughly enjoyed the excellent catering 0 Mrs- Metcalf, Mountjoy cafe. Dancing ollowed.

OLD COLWYN.

CONWAY.

LLYSFAEN.

GYFFIN.

ILLANDUDNO.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

CARNARVON. j

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IHENMAENMAWR.

TALYBONT.

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GLAN CONWAY.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

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