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CARNARVON STTT'V.Y SERVICES CHURCH OP KXGLAXD. Vicar Rev J. W. Wynne Jones, M.A Christ Church f(-30, Holy Communion 11, Matins 6-30, Even Song. St. David's 10-30, Matins 6, Even Song. St. Mary's Rev Gwilym Lewis, B.A. 8-30, Holy Communion. 10, Matins Even Song. Llanbeblig Rev D. Alban Lloyd, B.A. 10, Ma.tins, 6, Even Song. BAPTISTS. Caersalem Rev Owen Davios, D.D. CALVIN I STIC METHODISTS. Castio Square (English) Rev J. Puleston Jones, M.A. Beulah Rev Owen Hughes, Talysarn Engedi Rev Evan Jones, Moriah Mori ah Rev II. Barrow Williams, Llandudno Siloh Rev W. Jones, Tremadog CONGMGATIONALISTS. 8alem 10, Rev LI. Bryniog Roberts 6, Hev D. Shmley Jones Pendr«f JO, Rev D. Stanley Jones 6, Rev LI. Bryniog Roberta WJliLEYANS English (Castle street) Ebemezer 10, Rev P. J. Roberts, Portdinorwic; 6, Rev Owen Williams *Oi £ llT CATHOLICS. St Peter and St Paul Rev Father Jones A fire occurred in the laundry at Ty C. ch about 10 p.m. on Tuesday evening, doing some damage to buii^tug P.,nd contents, out which was extinguished-by tocal means with- out calling in the lire uTfga^e from Carnar- von. Mr Richard Thomas, chairman of the Conservative Club, has received the follow- ing reply to a vote of sympathy passed^vith the King's Royal Family :—"The private secretary is commanded to convey the thanks of the King for the kind expressions of loyalty and sympathy contained in the message which you have forwarded to His Majesty." THE LIBRARY.—At. the last meeting of the Library Committee it was resolved that the Library in future be closed on Wednes- day instead of Thursday afternoons. EASTER MONDAY HORSE RACES, &c.—The committee have decided to hold the usual races at the Oval on Easter Mon- day next. Full particulars will appear in our advertising columns in due course. SALEM LITERARY SOCIETY.-0 a Wednesday evening, under the presidency of the Rev D. Stanley Jones, a very inter- esting deb ;.te took place on "Sunday Schcol Meetings." Mr Richard Williams and Mr John Owen took part. Y.M.C.A.-On Sunday evening, at the above rooms, anthem. were sung in memory of the late Queen. Mr R. Rees Jones con- ducted. Tho "Dead March" was also played on the piano by Mr Gwilym Ed- wards. SALEM CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR SOCIETY.—On Sunday evening, under the presidency of the Rev D. Stanley Jones, the Rev Ellis James Jones, M.A., delivered a very interesting lecture to the young people. THE MAYOR'S GENEROSITY.—The Mayor, (Alderman W. J. Williams) spent a sum of JE10 in providing medals to be presented1 to the school children who took part in the procession in connection with the memorial service on Saturday. DIED IN SOUTH AFRICA.-In the list of casualties from the front appears the naane of John Inigo Jones, a member of the Carnarvonshire Militia, who had been attached to the Devons. Deceased, who died of enteric fever, was a native of Bettwsycoed. SHILOH LITERARY SOCIETY.-This society was held on Wednesday evening, under the presidency of the Rev J. E. Hughes, M.A., when Mr J. Wynne Parry, Tithebarn street, read selections from a prize essay on "Llanbeblig Church." Fur- ther remarks were made by Messrs R. Rad- ford Jones, R. E. Jones, W. R. Williams, Robert Jeffreys, and William Lewis. WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE UNION. — A meeting of the above uiubu was held in Ebenezdr Schoolrocm on Tuesday night, under tTie presidency of Mrs Paul. Songs and recitations were given by the following ladies:—Miss Jones, Tegfryn; Miss Annie Morris, and Misses Parry. A report of the executive committee recently held in Liver- pool was given by Mrs W. R. Jones. Miss Evans and Mrs D. E. Davies also took part. MORIAH /LITERARY SOCIETY.-On Tuesday evening, a very interesting debate took place on "Should total abstinence be made a condition of church membership ?" Mr Ellis Jonas spoke on the affirmative, and Mr W. O. Williams, Bangor street, the negative. Remarks were made by the Rev Evan Jones, Captain Evan Jones, Captain Lewis, Messrs R. E. Roberts, S. Maurice Jones, and Miss M. Richards. The debate was adjourned for a fortnight. VOLUNTEERS FOR THE FRONT.— On Monday nine young men of the local company of the 3rd Vol. Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, who stepped forward in response to a call from the War Office for Volunteers for the front, left the town for Wrexham, where they will undergo the usual medical examination. The men left the Drill Hall headed by the band, (under the conductor- ship of Mr Ayres), and! at the Railway Station they- were met by an iroraenee crowd, (who heartily greeted them. We understand that six out of the nine have been accepted. Their names are Lance- Corporal J. Heard, Lanc^Corporal T. Lloyd, Privates W. S. Evans. Richard Parry, T. D. Williams, and W. V. WU* liams. SHIPPING.—Arrivals Prince Ja Ja, s.s., Symes, Liverpool; Christiana, s.S., Griffiths, Liverpool, Elizabeth, Williams, Bangor; Wm. Edwards, Griif.ths, Dublin; Sarah Ellen, Thomas, Belfast; Carew, s.s., Hocks, Liverpool; Craigrurfr, s.s., Wil- liams, Liverpool; Prince Ja Ja, s.s., Symes, Liverpool; Medway, s.s., Jones, Point cf Ayr .Velinheli s.s., WiF.iams, Point of Ayr. —Sailings: Eliza Bond, Roberts, Mor- cambe: Belt, Owens, Shilloth; Witch, Byrene, Belfast, Menai, Will ianis, New- castle-on-Tyne; Elizabeth, Williams, Dub- lin; John Perry, Williams, CaruTJ; Prince Ja Ja, s.s., Symes, Liverpool; Christiana,, s.s., Griffiths, Liverpool; Carew, s.s., Hocks, Liverpool; Cralgnair, s.s., Williams, Penmaenmawr. ALLEGED INDECENT ASSAULT.—At a special Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr J. R. Pritchard and Mr W. Hamer, James Thomas, captain of the -hip "MisS Evans," of Amlwch, was charged with com- mitting an outrage on a servant nn,med Nancy Kelly, residing at Palace Vaults, on Sunday last. Mr J. T. Roberts pro- secuted on behalf of the Police, and Mr M. E. Nee (Messrs Nee and Gordon Roberts) defended. After a long hearing, tbto chairman (Mr J. R. Pritchard) said that they considered that the ca.<e should not be sent to the Assizes and discharged the de- fendant. At the same *tamp they ap- proved the action of the police in bringing it forward. A CONCERT. — A very interesting concert was. held at the Y.M.C.A. rooms on Monday evening, presided over by Mr T. Levi Jones. Song's, recitations &c., were given by Messrs W. T. Owen, J. G. Roberts, W. 0. Thomas, W. H. Jones, J. Jones (Iclo Mon), R. E. Evans, W. Jones and John Owen. Selections on the phonograph were given by Mr J. D. Edwards. Competition, — impromptu speech, "The town of Carnarvon." The adjudicators (Messrs J. Wynn Parry and W. E. Williams) awarded the first prize to Mr John Roberts, Pool Lane. Much in- terest was taken in a competition for the best poetical verses on the "Old bachelor." Fourteen compositions were sent in, and the adjudicator (Mr T. O. Jones, Pool street) awarded the prize to Mr W. T. Owen, of WaenfawT. The successful bard was chaired according to the "rites of the Bards of the Isle*of Britain." The pro- ceedings closed by singing "God Save the King." The accompanist was Mr Gwilym. Edwards. BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.— On Monday, before, the Mavor (Alder- man W. J. Williams), Messrs J. R. Pritchard. Edward Hughes, Dr Griffith and Mr M. T. Morris. OBSTRUCTION.-D. M. Jones, Twt- hill Square, was charged with obstructing the parapet in Twthill Square.—Super- intendent Rowlands said that the defend- ant (who did not appear) left two tables and .1 mangle all night on the pavement. He had been cautioned several times. He was ordered to pay the casts. DONKEY STRAYING.—Thomas Ro- berts, Crown .street, was charged with allowing his donkey to strav in the neigh- bourhood of Balaclava Road.—The case was dismissed on payment of costs. DRL NKBXNESS;-—ID. Hughes, Carnar- von, and Joseph Toole, Beaumaris, were each fined 2s 6d and costs for drunkenness. ASSAULT.—Ellen Jones 47, Assheton terrace, summoned Griffith Lewis, and Ann Ellen Heard, of the same place, for assault. The defendants had issued a cross-sum-' mons. Mr R. Roberts appeared for Ellen Jones, and Mr J. T. Roberts for the other parties.—Mr R. Roberts said that Ellen Jones child went home bleeding, and said that Heard's child had beaten him. Ellen Jones went to Heard's house to complain, whereupon Heard struck Ellen Jones in the face, and Lewis, who lived close by, threw her into the street.—Mr J. T. Ro- berts said that Ellen Jenps was under the influence of drink, and when she visited Heard's house she told her what had hap- pened, but his client said that her boy was at his work at the time. Ellen Jones insisted upon going to the house after Mrs Heard, who at the time was in ill-health.—Several witnesses having been called on both sides, the Bench bound both parties over to keep the peace for six months.



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