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LLANFAIRFECHAN. I

PORTDINORWIC. I

MENAI BRIDGE. I

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AMLWCH. I

CONWAY.I

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CARNARVON. 1 CONSERVATIVE CLUB. Over 3D members of the ckib have joined the colours. Mr T. Jones (oi.stodifi.fi) ia preparing a roll of honour. ST. DAVID'S CHURCTI.âSpecial services will be held at St. David's Church next Sun- day. THE "INVINCIBLE," the flagship of Ad- miral Sturciee, which led tl > Britrail ships in the battle oi the Falkland laiancw, was flyiijg at her mainmast a. silk en-sign, a present from this town. WITH THE "PALS."âOne of the officers accompanying the detachment of the 1st Brigade of t.h? Welsh Army in their rcvi-uitin? march through Anglesey, this i?iw?k, is Lieut. John Wii- Ivams, solicitor, Carnarvon. SUCCESSFUL BIRD FANCIERS.âAt the Welsh international bird show held at Cardiff on Saturday, Messrs Hughes Bros., High- street, won hrst prize with a light mule. They also -on at a bud show recently held at Llan- dudno one first, one second, one fourth and a v.h.c. RAILWAY PROMOTIONS.âMr W. Ellis Edwards, Bangor (brother of the late Super- initenii-ent Edwards, and of Mr Owen Edwards, painter, Carnarvon), has been promoted district waggon inspector on tho L. a.nd N.W. Railway Company, to succeed Mr Nash, wito has retired. Mr J. J. Ilennolly, Hill-street, has been promoted chief clerk in th« good-i department of the L. and N.W.R. Co. at Carnarvon. MILITARY WEDDING. At Llanbeblsg Parish Church, on Sunday, by special licence, the marria,ge took place of Colour-Quarter- Master-Sergeant- John Edward Billings (&th Bat- tiaL'on R.W.F.), to Mi&s Ellen Frances Latham, of the Royal Hotel. Carnarvon. The Vioar (Rev. J. W7. Wvnne-Jones, M.A.) officiated. Mr D. R. Parry, St. David's-road was best man. and Mrs D. R. Parry carried cut the duties of bridesmaid. SHIPP ING.-A-rrivals: Stanley (s.s.), Captain Terretta, Liverpool; Lady Magdalen (s.s.), Jones, Bangor; Margaret, Jones, Portinllaen; James, Liliie, Runcorn; Breeze, Jonee, Porthamel; Christiana (.8.), Griffith. Liverpool. Sailings: Christ tana (8.8.), Capt. Griffiths, Liverpool; Lady Ma.gdalen (s.s.), Jones, Bangor; Stanley (s.e.), Terretta, Trevor; Breeze, Jones, Porthamel; Margaret, Jones, PortiB?ia?n; James, Lillie, Abersoch. KILLED IN ACTION.-New? r?h?d theto-wn ew-.? roa4?b ocl tlte tonvii last wafk of tbp d?aty? of Lance-corporal Pdes- cott, kiJJed in adjon on the 14th December ?ast Lanoe-Cc.rporal PrcocoU, who was 27 years of age, was a reservist of the Gordon Highlanders with nine years' service in India to his ored it. At the outbreak of the war he was employed as chauffeur to Dr. Evans. Bronmenai, who thought much of him. The young man bore the beet of characters, and was universally liked by all who knew him. He leaves an unmarried sister at Liverpoo l. Li CHRIST CHURCH. â Special services have been arranged at Christ Ohuroh for the Pals" now stationed in town, as follows:âSundays 8 a.m., Holy Comm-iiinion 11 a.m., Matins and Sermon (followed by H.C. on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month); 2.30 p.m., Bible Class for Soldiers in the C.E.M.S. Room; 6.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. Week-rSays: 10 a..m., Matins; 11 a.m. (Saints' Days), Holy Com- munion; 12 noon, Intercessions for sailors and noldiois; 7 p.m., Interactions for sailors and soldiers (in St. Mary's); 7 p.m. (Friday), Choral Evensong. Tho C.E.M.S. Room, Turf-square, wdl 00 open every evening for refreshments, recreation, music, etc.; and soldiers are cordially invited. r CARAMELS ACCEPTABLE. Writing to ilr E. Nefydd Jones, High-street, Privato Wm. Thomas, son of Mr Ellis Thomas, Garnon-street, I -;011 of M,r I ii who is attached to the 6th Battati?n Rifle Bri- ade of the 6th Dhuion of the British Expedition- j ary Force, says:â"I am very thankful to you for tho tin of caramels you sent me, which v.ere very acceptable.. I can assure you that there euro times when I feel downhearted, but when I think of the old town, a.nd the people of Carnarvon, and of the many gifts they have sent out to me here. I feel glad that I have come out. Al- though I have been away from Carnarvon for some time now, I am still '"un o hogia'r dre,' a.nd I am proud of it. The weather out here ia a bit wet, but we cannot expect anything better this time of the year." WEDDINGS. At Salem Congregational Chapel, yes- borday morning, the marriage was sol- emnised of Mr Ellis Parry (son of Mr and Mrs Ellis Parry, Thomas-street) to Miss Annie Jones (danght-or of Mr John Jones, contractor, Edward- street)- The Rev. D. Stanley Jones officiated. The bridesmaid was M'-s Jones (sister of the bride), tho best man being Mr E. J. Williams. At Moriah Chapel on Friday morning the marriage of Miss Gwennie Davies, Llanegryn, Towyn, Merioneth, Toung- est sister of Mrs E. W. Roberts, 4, Thomas- street, Carnarvon, and Mr W. J. Evans, Clo- gwyn Mclyn Penygrocp, took place. The Revs. D. O'Brien Owcfn, Carnarvon, and R. J. Parry, Penygroes, officiated. The bride was accompanied by her niece, Miss Dilys Rhianon Roberts, the best man being the Rev. E. Whittington Jones, Talsarnau. FREE CHURCH COUNCIL.âAt a meeting of the Management Committee on Wednesday evening the Rev. D. Jones (W.), presiding, a deputation of three was appointed to wait on the officer commanding the "Pals" in town as to making arrangements for entertaining the soldiers during their stay here. It is in. tended to hold concerts from 8 to 9 p.m. on Sunday in every chapel in rotation, and also open-air meetings. The Revs. W. J. Baker and David Jones (chairman) were elected to represent the Council at the annual confer. ence at Manchester. OONQ'ERT.â-On Monday, evening an interest- ing concert took place in connection with Beulah Literary Society. It was arranged by Messrs T. Norman Evans, Henry Thomas, and Morris 'Vhomw,, an a Nlor,-is Hughes, and the following took pareMisses Emily Davies, Maggie Morton, Messrs R. Lloyd Jones, Robert Williams i.-Galert-street), Dan/el Jone3, Richard Williams (Pool-street), Morris Hughes, Robert Roberts. Evan J. Hughes, R. Hughes, D. Pritclta/rd, find Master Willie Gray Morris. On the motion of the Chairm.ui,, seconded by the Rev. R. D. Rowland (Anthropoej all who took part were tiianked.

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