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CARNARVON SUNDAY SERVICES CUTJBCH 07 JHfOLAND. Vicar Rev J. W. Wynne Jones, M.A. Christ Church 8-30, Holy Communion 11, Matins 6-30, Even Song. St. David's I 10-30, Matms 6, Even Song. St>(iMary's Eev Gwilym Lewis, B.A, 8-30, Holy Communion.^ 10, liatins; 5, Even Song." Llanbeblig Rev D. Alban Lloyd, B.A. 10, Matin6, 6, Even Song. BAPTISTS. Caersalem Rav Dr O. Danes. CALVIXISTIC METHODISTS. Castle Square (English) Rev D. Hughes, M.A. Beulah Eev F lwf- i I'oyd, Gat house Engedi Rev Own Owes, Live*-peol Moriah Rev R. H. Griffith, Oswestry Siloh (Guild Hall) Rev W. Williams, Criccieth COWORBQATIONALlsTS. SttLm 10, Rev Bryniog Roberts. 6, Rev Rhys J. Huws, Bethel Pendref 10, Rev Rhys J. Hughes. 6, Rev Bryniog Rouerts WESLEY ANS. English (Castle street) Ebenezer Eev Hugh Jones, Bangor ROMAN CATHOLICS. St Peter and StFaal.Rev Father Jones. The 8 Garr. Company 1st Cheshire and Carnarvonshire Volunteer Artillery have been ordered to furnish a guard of honour for her Majesty at Holyhead to-morrow (Friday). To-night (Thursday) a sacred cantata entitled "The Good Shepherd" will be per- formed at the Moriah C.M. Chapel by ro juvenile choir conducted by Mr Ben Jones. BAND OF HOPE. — On Friday a tea party and entertainment were held at the National School in connection with the Llan- beblig Church Band of Hope. The Vicar (the Rev J. W. Wynne Jones, M.A.), pre- sided over the entertainment. MILITARY FUNERAL.—The remains of Private W. H. Roberts, 3rd V.B. R.W.F., who was in the employ of Messrs Brymer and Davies, and who cJied at Liverpool, were interred at Llanwnda Ce- metery on Monday, with military hon- ours. A contingent of the Volunteers headed by the bandi attended, and were in command of Captain Williams and Lieutenant W. Lloyd Griffith. The firing party was in charge of Sergeant Lither- land. THE TRANSVAAL WAR FUND. — A meeting of the county committee was held on Tuesday at the County Hall. There were present Mr D. Breese, Portmadoc; Mr W. J. Williams (Mayor), Mr J. R. Pritchard, and Colonel Dickson (Llandudno). Several applications for relief were considered and granted, and two or three grants from the fund were stopped. Mr Breese submitted a satisfactory report upon the fund, which now amounted to over £4000. It was an- nounced that Mr Barnard, of Brynbras Castle, had contributed £100 to the fund. COMPETITIVE MEETING.—On Thurs- day night a competitive meeting was held at the Caersalem Baptist Chapel, under the presidency of the Rev O. Davies, D.D. The adjudicators were Anthropos, Eifionydd, Mr R. Prichard (organist of Salem Chapel), and Mr D. T. Edwards, A.C. In the course of the evening the Y.M.C.A. Male Voice Party (conducted by Mr R. R. Jones), con- tributed several items. The following won prizes Messrs A. J. Edwards,Rock House; A. Jones, Priory; Edward Evans, T. Ro- berts, Uxbridge square; D. Williams, El- eanor street; A. J. Williams, Garnon at.; K. Glynne Williams, Garnon street; Aiss A. M. Humphreys, Bridge street; Mr W. Jones, Dinorwio street; D. Pugh, T. Parry, Uxbridge street; and the Ebenezer Choir. FIRE.—O'n Saturday afternoon a dies- tructive fire took place in the works of Messrs Hugh -Jones and Co., marble mdsons. It originated about two o'clock in the engine-house, and from there spread to adjoining sheds in which are located W mass of maohinjery. These structures were of timber, thickly tarred over, and their inflammable character placed them hopelessly at the mercy of the flames, which blazed fiercely, :and afterwards spread to the framework of a travelling crane. In one of the sheds there were tanks of oil, which added greatly to the conflagration. Members of the fire brigade arrived en the spot as soon as summoned, and played on the fire with two lengths of hose, but the effect for some time was feeble owing to the low pressure of water. For some reason which has yet to be ex- plained the Are engine was not brought into use, otherwise the service would have been far more efficient owing to the proxi- mity of the works to the harbour. The sheds were gutted, but fortunately not much harm was done to the office, the books -and papers in which worn removed. Fortunately, also, the machinery escaped damage, with one or two exceptions. None of the marble masonry was affected, but several large slabs, which were being pre- pared for a Government contract, were cracked by the fire. Through the exer- tions of the fire brigade, assisted by numerous helpers, the fire was got under in about three hours. Part of the damage is covered by insurance. THEFT BY BOYS. — At the Borough Police Court, on Monday, before Dr G. R. Griffith, and other magistrates, .two youths named Richard Williams and William Lewis, residing in Baptist street, were charged by the police with stealing a quan- tity of brass from the ketch "Thomas and Sons" lying in the harbour. The charge against Lewis was withdrawn, and- he was placed in the witness box. He said that he met Williams in the quay on the 2nd inst., and went in a boat to the ketch "Th()t. mas and Song." Having boarded the ves- sel the defendant went into the cabin through the skylight and stripped a stove of its brass fittings. Defendant, accom- panied by witness, subsequently took the brass to David Davies' shop, in Pool street, where it was sold for 4d, half of which wit- ness received. — The Defendant, in an- swer to the charge, said that it was his mother who took the brass to D. Davies' shop. — Witness, on being asked to explain why he had' said that he and the defendant took the brass to the shop, saad that he simply related the story he had previously told the constable. It was true what the defendant had said that his mother took the brass to Davies' place. — The defen- dant's mother was called, and said that her son brought the brass into the house and explained that he had found it in the mud. She thereupon took it to Davies' shop and obtained lOd for it. She gave the defen- dant 2d and a like sum to Lewis. — The de- fendant was bound over under the First Offenders' Act. — David Davies, marine stone dealer, Pool street, was charged with receiving the property contrary to the pro- visions of the Old Met* 1 Dealers' Act. Supt. Rowland, who prosecuted, said that dealers in old metals, who either personally or by any servant or agent,, purchases, re- ceives, or bargains for old copper, brass, &c., in any quantity of less weight than 56lbs. is liable to a penalty of JB5. — The defendant pleaded ignorance of the law, and said that it was his daughter who re- ceived the property. — A Magistrate: If you buy small quantities of old metal from people it will be an inducement to them to steal. — The Bench imposed a penalty of 2s 6d and costs. — It was resolved to call the attention of marine store dealers to the law on the matter. COUNTY MAGISTRATES' COURT. On Saturday, before Mr J. Menzies and other magistrates, the following were fined for drunkenness: Owen Jones, Ebenezer, 10s and costs; John Evans, Coedybrain, Llanwnda, 2s 6d and costs; W. Jones, CapeL Seion, Portdinorwic, 2s 6d and costs.— Wil- liam Parry, Llanbefris, summoned for a similar offence, was ordered to pay costs.— Robert Williams, Brongwdyn, Llandwrog, and Edward Williams, Tryfan, Llandwrog, were ordered to pay the costs for allowing their animals to stray.-Griffith Pritchard, Minffordd, Llanrug, and Evan Jones, Ty'ny- gorlan, Llanrug, charged with doing mali- cious damage, were each ordered! to pay 10s damage and the costs. — Owen Lewis, Cwm- yglo, charged with cruelty to children, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment, and ordered to pay 10s a week towards the sup- port of his children. Inspector Rowland, N.S.P.C.C., proved the charge. BOROUGH POLICE COURT. — On Monday, before Dr G. R. Griffith, Mr E. Hughes, Mr J. R. Hughes, Mr W. Hamer, Daniel Jones, Little Chapel street, was summoned for not sending his child to school. The case was adjourned. — Hugh Williams, Rose and Crown, was charged with placing a quantity of manure on the street. Mr E. Roberts, sanitary inspec- tor, gave evidence in support of the charge, and said that there was half a cartload on the street. He had on a previous occasion warned the defendant, telling him that any rubbish ought to be carried straight to a cartiftnd not deposited on the street under any circumstances. — A Magistrate Rub- bish can be placed in the street before six o'clock in the morning ? — Witness No; there is a wrong impression abroad that people are to be allowed to do so. — A Magistrate suggested that a time should be stated up to what rubbish could be placed in the street. — Witness: I shall carry your wish to the Council. — A fine of Is and costs was imposed. — Edward Daniel, Aber- ystwyth, a Royal Naval Reserve man, who has left the town, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Palace street. He was fined 5s and costs. — Morgan Ellis, Mountain street, charged with drunken- ness on Easter Monday, was ordered to pay 5s and costs. — William Williams, William street, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was fined 2s 6d and costs. — George Jones, Mountain street, was charged with refusing to quit the Gomer Tavern. Mr Richard Roberts prosecuted on behalf of the licensee. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Eli Stanworth, licen- see, said that the defendant came into the house three times, using abusive language, and refusing to leave when requested to do so. Defendant was fined 5s and costs. — Ellen Evans, charged with prostitution, was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment.

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