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TS2 CffiAND BAZAAR AT LLABTDUDSO,

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TS2 CffiAND BAZAAR AT LLABTDUDSO, [Continuation bom 7th page.) 'On Thursday tbe bazaar was opened by Lady Mostyn, Moiktyn Hall, who referral to the deep interest she took in all that oonoorned the welfare of LWndndno. Dr. Aatana PIUCBASO, J.P., Mayor of Conway, moved a vote ot thanks to bar ladyship. Perhaps some of them might wonder wb".p had been uted tj do ao. Bat be was there as the chief ?:.tisea of Conway to represent the good feeling of the Con- way people toward* Llanrhos parish, a greater part of which was sitnato in the ancient borough. He considered it the duty of leading ciUz-ma to come forward on an occasion like that to do honour to the Mostyn family, who were renowned for their good deeds in all charitable objects, of which he in bU capacity of Mayor could well speak. He alto considered it the duty of every Welshman to come forward at a time when the Church was threatened by oppeut.-be would not oilli them Chriltianl- and support the unity of tbe Church in England and Wales (applause). He hoped they would open their purse airings in auoh a good ohi-ot as that bazaar, which would result in aohuroh which would be an additional adornment to Llandudno, and wonld show her opponents that the Churoh was alive to her duty (apph.as«). The Rev. D. JONIS, Llaogt-rniew, seconded. The Churoh was going through a orisis, but he believed it was gmog through it snooesstollv. The laity wer* doing their utmost to support, aot ooly iy good words, but good deeds (applaum-). Tile VICAB stated that the RECEIPTS on Wednesday were A257 6s, aad the total receipts up to Wediles. day evening about £9CG. Yetteiday (Friday) Lady Augosta Moityn opened the bazaar.