LIST OF GUESTS. There was a large number of guests at the- reception which was held at the Prince's Restaurant. Appended is a li-t of the invited guesta (arranged in alphabetical order) Mr and The Honble. Mrs Anpesley, M.r afid Mrs Ashley, General and Mrs Archdale. Major The Honble. and Mrs W. Best, The Honbie. Mrs J. Best), Mr and Mrs W. Best, Mr and MrJ Barker, Miss Barklie, Mrs Griffith-Boscawen, Col. and Mrs Burton, Misu Berridge, The Honble. Misses Be.4, Major and Mrs Birch, Mr and Mrs R. Birch. Capt. and Honbl. Mrs Chapman, Col., Mrs and Miss McCalmont, Mr and Mrs Cooke, Mr and Mrs Chaundy, Miss Clarke, Canon and Mrs McCormick. Mdlle. Dubois, Mr G. L. Dicken, Rev, Mrs and Miss Lod'ivick Davie?, Mrs Dean. Mr and Mrs A. Davies. Dr and Mrs H. Dobie. Honble. and Mrs Eden, Mr and Mrs Coster- Edwards, Mr and Mrs Lloyd-Edwards, Mrs Edwards and Miss Edwards, Mrs and Mr Lloyd Edwards, Nanhoron; Rev and Mrs Evans, Mr Munro Edwards. Mr and Mrs Freme, Miss Fowles. Rev and the Honble. Mrs Bodvel Griffith, Mr and Mrs Greaves, Mr Murray Gladstone, the Mioses Gladstone, Major General and Mrs Gough. Mary Lady Hanmer, Mrs Holland, Mr, Mrs and the Misses Charles Hughes, Rev and Mrs Heaton, Mr and Mrs Trevor Hughes, Mr and the Honble. Mrs Heathcote, Capt. the Honble. C- R- and Mrs C. R. C. Hill, Rev J. Poole Hughes, Miss Hughes. Honble. G. S. and Mrs C. Hill, Mr L'oyd Hughes. Miss Jenkin, Mrs and the Misses Jones, Dr West Jenkin, Mrs Jenkin, Mr, Mrs and the Misses Charles Jones, General, Mrs and the Misses Owen Jones, Rev and Mrs James Jones, Mr and Mrs Wm. C. Jones. Mr and Mrs Kerr, Mr and Mis W- J. Kerr, Col. and Mrs Kane, Rev and Mrs King King, Mrs and Miss M. Kay. Col., Mrs and Miss Lynes, Mr and Mrs Lee, Mr and Mrs Gerard Lee, Mr Charles Lee, Mr and Mrs Lioyd-Rhagatt, Mr and Mrs Lees, Col. Evans Lloyd, Rev and Mrs Lloyd. Mrs and Miss Maginac, Mr and Mrs Mar- shall, Miss Mason, Dr F. Menzies, Susan Countess of Malmesbury, Ali- and Mrs Mer- onnitz, Mrs Marson, Mr and Mrs Monckton. Lord and Lady Newborough, Lady Naylor- Leyland. The Lord Bishop of St. Davids and Mrs Owen, Mr Prys Owen. Gertrude Lady Penrhyn, the Honble. Misses Douglas Pennant, the Rev and Mrs Parkin- son, Mr and Mrs Lloyd-Price, Rhiwlas; the Misses Bankes Price, Rev S. and Mrs Prideanx, Sir William Preece, Mr and Mrs A. C. Perry, Mrs Feel. The Very Rev. Dean, Mrs and the Misses Roberts, the Rev D. E. Roberts, the Rev E. A. T. Roberts, Sir Hugh and Lady Rowlands, Major, Mrs and Miss Rose. Sir Henry and Lady Robertson, the Misses Robertson, Mrs and the Misses Pritchard Rayner, Mr Pritchard Rayner, Capt. and. Mrs Richards, Miss C. M. Roberts. Mr and Mrs Roberts, Mr, Mrs and Misses Jelf Peveleys. Mr and Mrs Stokes, Col., Mrs and Miss Scott. Capt. arid Mrs Spencer. Col.. Mrs and Mies Turner, Mr and Mrs Tottenham, Lord and Lady Trevor, Mary- Lady Trevor, Honble. Leiiali Hill Trevor. Mrs and Miss Vaughan, Mr and Mrs R. Vaughan. Rev and Mrs Vaughan. The Misses Llovd Williams, Mr and Mrs Wason, Mr Rigby Wason, Mr and Mrs Ellis Wilkin, Sir Watkin and Miss Williams Wynn, Mr and Mrs R. Williams Wynn, the Lord Bishop of Bangor and Mrs Williams, Honble. T. J- and Mrs Wynn, Honble. Mrs T. Wynn, Mr and Mrs Grant Wilson, Mrs Charles Wil- liams, Rev and Mrs Williams, Gwyddelwern; Mr and Mrs Wynne, Peniarth Dr, Mrs and Miss Walker, Miss De Winton, Mr and Mrs Wingfield, Mr, Mrs and Miss Renter Williams, Mir, Mrs and Miss Wayne, Dowager Lady Wyn- ford. Mr and Mrs Yorke, Mr and Miss Yale-Jones- Parry, Mr and Mrs Osborne Yale.
PRESENTS TO THE BRIDE. l'an Bridegroom to bride, diamond ring, dia- mond crescent and fur rug; bride's father and mother, diamond star and bracelet; Mr R. x Vaughan Wynn, three framed autotyped draw- ings by Maude Earle; Mr A. Romer Wynn, Mr J. S. Wynn, Mr Charles M. Wynn, Miss Dorothy M. Wynn, Miss Margaret C. Wynn, set of pointed fox furs; Master Rowland Wynn, set of silver mourned tea knives in case; Honble. F. G. Wynn, cheque; Lord New borough, cheque; Lady Is e\v borough, miniature enamelled (blue) .watch; Honble. Mrs Wynn, Chippendale writing table Mr and Hon. Mrs Annesley, Capt. and Hon. Mrs Chap- man, Coalport dessert service and eotfeo set; Mrs Roberts (the Deanery, Bangor), house- hold linen; tenants of Rug Estate, silver tea tray and album with list of subscribers; workmen on Rug Estate, marble clock with il- luminated list of subscribers; teachers and scholars of Council School, travelling clock; friends and 'wellwishers of Carrog, silver flower bowl and stand. MR and MTS Ashley, tea cloth Mr Abel, large silver lustre teapot and two brass candle- sticks Miss Angel Archdale, silver photo framtJ with photo. Major and Mrs nirch. Egyptian table c'oih Honble. W. and Mrs Best, silver butter dish and knife in case; Mrs Beadle, silver sugar tongs; Miss Bassett, 1 doz. silver teaspoons and sugar tongs in case; Co!. and Mrs I^urton, .silver coffee set of three pieces; Mrs Griffith Boscawen, one dozen lace d'oyleys; Mr and Mrs Wm. Barker, silver watch stand; Mi £ s Barklie, CarrickmacrccS handkerchief; Mr and Mrs Birch, double silver jam jar; Mr and Mrs Bennett, silver fish knife and fork in case; Miss Berridge, silver seals; Mks Mary Benr.ett, inlaid photo frame Honble. Mrs J. Best and Mr and Mrs Best, gold and pearl locket and chain Mr and Mrs Reginald Cooke, pair silver flower vase*. Mrs Crombie, silver table c'ock; Mrs Clark, antique china cup and saucer; Air and Mrs Churn, water colour picture and get of Mrs Chaundy, worked table cloth; Mr and Mrs Chapman, silver cream jug; the }1]. Calve.rley. silver photo frame. Mdlle- Dubois, silver card case; Mr Dicken, breakfast dishes and stand; Mr and Mrs fiaJph Daviee, photo album; MT8 Dean, oid "china bowl; Rev L. and Mrs Davies, silver card case; Mr John Davies, teapot and hot water jug; Mr and Mis Arthur Davies, silver sugar castor; Mr D. P. Davies, enlarged framed photo of Rug; Dr and Mrs H. Dobie, set of coloured glass vases; Mrs Davies, Cyn- wyd, old willow pattern dish; Miss Davies, Trewyn, silver backed clothes brush; Mr R. Daniels, china teapot and jars; Mr and Mrs Jonathan Davies, two white linen embroidered pillow cases. Mrs Lloyd Edwards, Xanhoron, -worked blotter; Mr Lloyd Edwards, Nanhoron, silver writing set in case Honble. R. M. and Mrs Eden, letter cabinet and oak table; Mr and Mrs Coster-Edwards, silver tea caddy Mr and Mrs Lloyd-Edwards, copper plate warmer i\nd three pictures; Mr and Mrs John Evans, brass candlestick; Mrs Ed-wards, Trevor Hall, water colour picture; Miss Maggie Edwards, Cefnrug, two pairs of boot bags; Mr John Evans, brown jug Mrs Evans, cut glass basin and jug Mr Munro Edwards, pair cut glass silver mounted scent bottles; Rev and Mrs Evans, photo frame the Misses Evans, Cran- ham and Lloyd, brass kettle stand Miss Peggy Evans, brass match box; Mrx Kate Evans, china jug; Miss Alice Jane Evans, glass but- ter dish; Sergt. Edwards and P.C. Jones, pair of glass and silver mounted flower vases; Mr Thomas Evans, old pewter jar; Miss Laura Edwards, Ceinrug, figure china bowl; Mr and Mrs Hugh Edwards, jug Mr Robert Edwards, oak stool; Mr Edwards, Cynwyd, two willow pattern dishes; Mrs Evans, Lower Ty'ny- cefn, gold lustre jug Master Caradoc Evans, do., old china cup and saucer; Col. and Mrs Lloyd Evans, Broom Hall, silver lamp and Mr and Mrs Freme, large embossed silver jug; Miss Fowles* silver scent bottle; Mrs Fearn, table cloth. Rev and Honble. Mrs Griffith, china mirror and silver clock; Mr M. Gladstone, silver flower pot; Mr and Mrs R. Greaves, Saxe des- sert service; Miss Kate Griffith, silver mus- tard spoon. Mr and Honble. Mrs Heathcote, four silver bon-bon dishes; Mary Lady Hanmer, silver gilt trinket set; Mrs J. C. Hughes, laoe hand- kerchief Mrs Harris, silver fitted work case; Mr and Mrs Hughes, Hendre, pair silver can- dlesticks; Mrs Holland, silver embroidery; Mr and Mrs Trevor Hughes and Mrs Marson, folding card table; Nurse Heaton, worked photo frame; Mrs Humphreys, two antique cut gfass decanters and six tumblers; R. Wil- liams, Humphreys, and Co., silver afternoon tea combination set; Mrs and Miss Higgins, copper bowl; Mr Hugh Hughes, picture of Sir Robert Vaughan in old oak frame; Rev Poole Hughes, silver mounted ivory paper I knife; Miss G. Humphreys, antique tea caddy; Mrs Hughes, Glan'rafon, illuminated texts; Mrs Hughes, Brookside, tortoise shell and silver mounted paper knife. The Messrs and Misses Jones, Ynysfor, marble statuette of three graces; Mrs W. C. Jones, Llanerch, leather cushion; Mrs Jones, Ynysfor, silver buttons; Miss Jones, Tycer- rig, luncheon tray; Mr and Mrs Jones, Clyn- nog, pair of blankets; Mr and Mrs Charles Jones, one dozen silver dessert spoons; Mrs Jones, Tynewydd, old gold lustre jug; Rev and Mrs James Jones, Llawrybettws, cheque Mrs Thomas Jones, gold lustre jug Mr and Mrs Lloyd John, pair of silver candlesticks; Mr and Mrs RI. Jones, Gorwen, table cloth; Mrs Jones, Cynwyd, old china jug and willow pattern dish; Mrs Jones, Corwen, Japanese teapot; Mr Hugh Jones, Penybryn, old lustre teapot; the Misses Jones, Chester, night- gown case; Mrs Tom Jones, teacup -t.nd saucer; Mrs Jones, Corwen, flower stand; Mr and Mrs Foulkes Jones, cheque; Miss M. J. Jones and Mr David Jones, teapot stand Mr Harry Jones, china teapot; Mr Eben Jones, two china flower vases; Chancellor Buckley Jones, morocoo bound volume of "Psalms of Human Life." Mr and Mrs Kerr, silver jug and George III. sugar tongs; Mr and Mrs W. J. Kerr, silver trinket box; Col. and Mrs Kane, silver cruet stand Mrs King King, morning tea set and tray. Lady Drury Lowe, travelling clock; Mr Charles Lee, set of hand painted d'oyleys; Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Rhagatt, spode tea ser- vice Mrs Lloyd and Miss Emma Lloyd, pair of carvers; Miss Catherine Lloyd, copper kettle; Miss W. Lloyd, copper can; Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Pentrehobyn, brass writing set; Mr and Mrs W. Lee, large silver bon-bon dish; Co!, and Mrs Lynes, silver tea caddy; Miss Lynes, silver photo frame; Mrs Lees, pair of silver vases Mrs and the Misses Lloyd, carved oak chair; Col. Evans Lloyd and Miss Clark, silver bon-bon dish; Mr and Mrs Ger- ard Lee, mother o'pearl fan Mr and Mrs Alun L'oyd, silver tea knives in case; Rev and Mrs Llovd, Gwyddelwern, silver sugar tongs; Mr Lloyd Hughes, thermos; Hon. G. and Mrs Hill. silver mounted tea knives in case; Miss Lelliot, Wedgewood box; Messrs Lowe ind Sons, antique silver cup; Lady Naylor Ley- land, pair silver candlesticks; Col., Mrs and Miss Hampton Lewis, silver clock. Mrs Maginac, Lace collar; Miss Masson, silver mounted calendar; Mra Marshall, silver butter dish and knife in case Mrs McCalmont, a flounce of Carrickmacross lace; Mrs Monck- ton, worked photo frame; Mrs Teify Davies Morowitz, two china Dutch "Sabots." Mrs Niven, work bag. Mr Prys Owen, cheque; Miss Nesta Owen, broad basket; Mr and Miss Owen, Txwyn Swch, antique china juy»and two willow pat- tern plates; Mrs Owen, Hengwrt Ucha, travelling watch in case and veil pin. Gertrude Lady Penrhyn, silver match box; the Misses Bankes-Price, silver trinket set; Mr George Porter, two silver pepper muffiin- eers in case; Mr and Mrs A. C. Perry, silver purse; Mr and Mrs Lloyd-Price, Rhiwlas, silver inkstand and candlesticks; Mr and Miss Price, Wedgewood china teapot, cream jug, and sugar basin; Mrs Peel, silver sugar muffineer; Mrs Phillips, qwyddelwern, old china mug Miss Yale Jones-Parry, silver mounted tortoise shell inkstand. Major, Mrs and Miss Rose. old china flower pot; Mr and Mrs Roberts, Old Kennels, china cup and saucer, sugar basin and jug; Sir Henry and Lady Robertson, cheque; Mrs Tom Roberts, antique tea caddy; Mr Prit- chard-Rayner, silver mustard pot; the Misses Robertson, leather travelling cushion; the Misses Lydia Roberts and Maud Foster, silver cream jug Mr and :Mri R. R. Roberts, pair of silver vases; Capt. and Mrs Richards, two silver sauce boats Mrs Rowlands, picture; Mr and Mrs Richard Roberts, set of toilet table covers and Japanese tea tray; Mrs Salisbury Roberts, silver flower bowl and stand; Miss Florence Roberts, Cefnrug, old Oriental bowl; Mrs and the Misses Pritchard- j Rayner, two silver gilt apostle spoons in case Mr and Mrs Roberts, Owen Olyndwr Hotel, silk eiderdown; Mr H. Rees, silver mounted purse; Miss C. M. Roberts, silver cruet set; Mrs and Miss Roberts, Bronygraig, pair of silver vases in case; Mr and Mrs Griinth Ro- berts, a tuckaway table, wooden rolling pin, stir up and potato masher. Mrs Stigger, antique glass vase Mrs Stokes, pair of silver vases; Col. and Mrs Scott, sil- ver fitted hand bag; Mrs Scott, pair of gold hat. pins; Capt. and Mrs Spencer, pair of sil- ver gild flower vases; Mr and Mrs Stansfield, silver mounted clock. Mary Lady Trevor, gold muff chain; Lord and Lady Trevor, folding writing table Col. Mrs and Miss Turner, leather writing case Mr and Mrs Tottenham, four silver flower vases; Miss Thompson, two silver napkin rings; Miss Alice Thomas, two tea cloths ;;nd three d'oyleys; Mrs Thompson and Mrs Fletcher, silver ring stand and pin cushion; Miss Thomas, glass coloured bowl; Miss D. Thomas, glas jug. Mr and Mrs Robert Vaughan, silver mourfted scent bottle Mrs Vaughan, Xannau, fan Miss V aughan, silver buckle; Rev aaid Mrs Vaughan, gold mounted umbrella; Mr and Mrs Yinton, coal scuttle. Mrs and Mr Wingfield, water coloured pic- ture; Mr and Mrs Wynne, Peniarth, silver hot milk jug; Mr and Mrs Tom Williams, two brass candlesticks; Mrs Williams, Dol- gelley, set of d'oyleys; Mr and Mrs Robert Williams Wynn, cruet stand; Mr and Mrs WilJia.m.s, teapot and stand; Misses Lloyd VVil'/ams, two large silk sofa cushions; Mr Robert and Mrs Williams, Llangollen, pair of va>es; Mr and Mrs Wayne. old writing (Chippendale) paper case; Miss Wayne, silver mounted trinket box; Miss Maria Williams, glove ease; Misses Mary and Tamer Williams, silver mounted glass flower vases; Dowager Lady Wynford, old Sheffield plate the Honble. Misses Bests, tray Mrs Warburton, two muslin cushion covers; Mr Rigby Wason, ivory pepper mills; Miss Williams, old cup I and saucer and two china vases; Dr H. E. t Walker, silver scent boftle Honble. Mrs snd Mr C. Williams, two china bowls; Mrs Charles Williams, silver card case; Mrs Wil- Charles Williams, silver card case; Mrs Wil- liams, Gwyddelwern Vicarage, gold ring set with aquarmarine stones Mr W. C. Williams, I Pla-a Isa, Llanwnda, antique silver cup rnd two china ornaments; Miss Gracie Williams, Worcester china vase; Mrs and Miss Walker, j pair of silver vases; Mrs and the Misses John Williams, three toby jugs Miss Williams, gold lustre jug and willow pattern plate; Mr and Mrs Wason, aquarmarine and pearl necklace; j Sir Watkin and Mrs Williams-Wynn, china tea and breakfast service; Mr Lionel Wynne, two large silver candlesticks. j Mr and Mrs Osbome Yale, book by Kipling; I Mr and Mrs Yorke, silver backed hand mirror. I
THE BRIDEGROOM'S PRESENTS. I Mrs Finchett Maddock, butter dish; Mr Williams, Garnon Street, slippers; Mrs Crww- shay-Bailey, gold seal; Mr Griffith, Bronfedw, silver jam spoons; Miss Cureton, silver cigar- ette box; late Mrs Davies, Ty Gwyn, china; Mr Parry, builder, fish carvers; Rev S. and Mrs Prideaux, bookcase; Dr Byron Bramwell, liqueur set; Mr Parry, Brynteg, Groeslon, chinia; Mrs Jenkin, Bromley, silver flower vasb; Mrs Grant-Wilson, silver jam jar; Mrs Jones, Pen'rallt Isa, china; Mr Hughes, 13, North Pen'rallt, china; Mrs Bryn Jones, Church Street, china; Rev E. A. T. Roberts, tea basket; Mrs Clemenger, Cefnhendre, cop- per breakfast warmer; Mr and Mrs Roberts, Plasybryn, "turn over" breakfast dish; Mr Roberts, Fantifan, china; Miss Sampson, gold match box; Miss Smit, silver spoons; Dr and Mrs Hunter, silver pepper grinder; Mr and Mrs J. Rumsey Williams, silver cream jug; Dr and Mrs Taylor Morgan, liqueur set; Nurse Roberts and Nurse Prytherch, Egyptian antique ornamenty; Mrs George, tray; Mrs Richmond Brown, card table; Mrs Jones, Cochybig, old china; Miss Mair Roberts, Plasybryn, silver inkstand; Gen. Sir Hugh Rowlands, Mrs Pritchard, Hafodwydyr, china; Mr and Mrs Greaves, Glangwna, Wedgewood china; Mrs Clemenger, Coedmawr, Worcester coffee set in silver holders; Miss Alice Jones, Brynbela, gold lustre; Miss Toleman, flower stand Mrs Williams, 8, Wynn Street, table cloth Miss Williams, Hospital, afternoon tea cloth Miss Isabella. Rees, afternoon tea cloth; the Misses Kay, silver inkstand; Dr and Mrs Hannard, afternoon tea set; Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Cartref, silver fruit basket; Miss Annie Hughes, table centre; Nurse Noalt Owen. writing table accessories; Mr and Mrs Ro- berts, Maesincla, silver egg cups and spoons; Miss Roberts, Glanravon, cheque; Capt. the Hon. and Mrs Clegg-Hill, entree dish; Nurse Bettany, picture; Lady Turner, afternoon coffee cups, with silver holders; Mr Evans, Frondeg, decanter; Mrs Poole, Bryneglwys, milver cream jug and sugar basin; Messrs Ro- berts and Owen, sugar basin; Miss Hughes, Eisteddfa, silver fruit spoons; Mrs Jones, Minafon, silver vases; Miss Hughes, 26, Seg- ontium Terrace, brass coffee pot; Mr and the Hon. Mrs Heathcote, luncheon basket; Mr and Mrs Carter, case of cutlery; Mr and Mrs Ar- thur Dodvel-Roberts, picture; Mr Lloyd, Fron, old pewter jug; Mr Williams, Cae Efail Lwyd, wooden antique ornaments; Rev D. E. Ro- berts, cheque; Laura Lloyd, Rug, cu.p ..nd aa-ucer; Mr Hugh Roberts, pair of silver flower pots Mr Fletcher, walking stick Misses Ro- berts, Boynmorfa, claret jug Miss Bessie Dew Roberts, silver decanter labels; Mr Rees, Plas Brereton, muffin dish; Mrs L. A. Tkamao, bread platter; Miss Jenkin, cheque; Mr R. J. Davids, sa!mon Tod, etc. Mrs Davies, Liver- pool, flower vases; Misses Newton, coal box; Mrs Jones, Llysarfon, silver tongs; Mr and Mrs Addie, silver inkstand; Mr Trevor Hughes, thermos; Miss Jones, Brynbela, Egyp- tian candlesticks; Miss Jones, Glan scion t, silver eggstand and cups; Miss Roberts, 15, Hill Street, china; Mr G. Taylor Morgan, pew- ter ornaments; Dr and Mrs Jones, Abergele, silver cigarette box; Mr and Mrs Herbert Humphreys, soda water holder; Miss Jones, Trearuia, brasa itray; Mr Jones, Bontnewydd, gold lustre jug Mr Adrian Stokes, sugar sifter; Miss Thomas, Palace Street, silver cream jug and sugar sifter; Mr Williams, School, Pant- glas, carvers; Dr T. H. Jones, silver cigar lighter; Mrs Williams, Tlasmenai, silver fruit knives; Dr Kay Menzies and Miss Menzies, silver writing table accessories; Mrs Menzies, silver cream jug and sugar basin; Mrs Jones, Shop Eryri, toilet set; Miss Humphreys, Folin- wen, lustre cups; Mrs Hughes, Mona House, china jug Mrs Farren, morning tea set; Misses Owen, Tycoch, pictures; Sir W. Preeoe, pictures; Dr and Mrs Thelwall Thomas, breakfast warmer Miss Hughes, housekeeper, silver grape cutter; Mr J. F. Preece, Persian rug; Rev D. A. Lloyd, breakfast set; Rev R. Lloyd Roberts, breakfast set; Mr '"B&rnard, Brynbras Castle, silver flask; Mr and Miss Roberts, Bronceris, Hoch glasses Mrs Bullock, flower vases; Mr N. W. Jenkin, silver menu holders Mr Jones, Glanbeuno, egg ptand Miss Gosling, pair o d wine coasters; Miss Ro- berts, Deanery, d'oyleys; Mrs Jones, 79, Poo! Street, Wedgewood jug; Mr and Mrs Newton, cake basket; late Mr Williams, Caegarw, lustre jug; Mrs and Miss Davies, King's! Head, brass candlesticks Misses Hulme, silver watch and almanac; Mrs Fisher, silver +ray and paper knife; Miss Gwiadys Jones, silver spcMLs and tong.?; Mr Griffith, 37, Hendro Street, brass kettle stand; Mr and Mrs Neville Roberts, celery stand; Mrs Humphreys, 38, Pool Side, table centre; Albert Humphreys, do., flower stand Mrs Williams, Brynidan, tea cloth Miss K. Davies, Cefnfaes, silk cushion Miss D. Roberts, picture; Mr and Mrs Mor- timer Jones, tobacco cabinet; Mrs Roberts, Brynsiencyn, toilet set; Mr Cunnah, tea cosy Mrs Hawen Rees, flower stand; Mr and Mrs Roberts, Trefarthen, writing pad Mr Roberts, Taigwynion, crumb scoop; Mr Hughes, Cae- buckley, lustre jug; Mrs Bodvel-Roberts, Worcester china; Mr and Mrs Kay-Menzies, breakfast warmer; Hon. F. S. Wynn, silver jug; Mr Joseph Roberts, silver card stand; MisB Williams, Menai View, Wedgewood dish; Mr Francis, silver inkstand; Mr Issard Da- vies, silver candlesticks; Dr and Mrs Parry, silver candlesticks; Mrs Morgan, 3 New Street, painted plates; Mrs Williams, 3. Ed- ward Street, jam spoons; Mrs Griffith, 49 Hen- dre Street, butter and cheese dish Mrs Barn- ard and Miss Barnard, silver menu holders; Miss Everett, fancy waistcoat buttons; Sarah Roberts, flower pot; Hughie Roberts, crumb spoon; Dr Clemenger, blotting pad; Mr Ellis, mustard pot; Mrs Lloyd Williams, sugar sifter; Mr Wilkinron, china; Mr Pugh Griffith, case of pipes; Rev. Jalnes Pryce, silve:' almanac; Mrs Owen Ev- ans, silver pepper boxes, etc. Mr Williams, Glan'ravon, lustre jug and ornaments; Mr Jones*. Pen'rorsedd Stables, table cloth; Mr Griffith, Dolerw, Wedge-wood china; Dr and Mrs Evans, silver salt cellars; Mr Jones, 55, Henwalia, pictures; Mrs Caradoc Rowland, picture; Mr and Mrs Wynn-Williams, cheese, etc., stand; Mr Owen Evans, toast rack; Mrs Williams 17, New Street, ebony jug; Mr and Miss Parry, silver cake knife; Mr and Mrs Bowen Jones, silver mustard pot; Mr Hughes, Sunnyside, tray Mr Roberts, Waterloo House, tea cloth; Mr and Mrs Hobeon, books; Mr Davies, Palace Street, shawl; Mr Trevor Ro- berts, cigar cutter; Mr Williams, Tymawr. napkin ring; Rev and Mrs Evans, napkin ring Mr Alfred Williams, cigar cutter; Rev G. j and Mrs Lewis, candlesticks; Mr Williams, II' Gwylfa. silver cake basket; Mr J. P. Owen, vase; Mr J. B. Parker, silver spoons and tongs; Capt. T. Williams, pouch; Rev and) Mrs Jones, Portdinorwic, picture; Mrs J Hughes, Barranco, eiderdown quilt; Mr Jones. I Caeloda, barometer; Miss Roberts, Yny." sil-j ver vase; Miss Jeffreys, silver cream jug; y Mr Stvthe, hot water jug Mr Adlam, tumblers and decanters; Mis*. Jones, Tocia, silver basin; Mr Williams, Plasmenai, jam jar; Mr Gregory, silver cheese stand; Capt. Griffith. Eleinion inkstand, etc Miss Harriet Hughes, carved reading stand; Dr and Mrs R. Jones' mahogany clock; Mrs Wardrop Moore, after- noon tea service Mr and Mrs Macbeth, silver inkstand; Dr Bodnl- Robert." silver tobacco ) box; Mr and :\hlS Hugh Jones, eiderdown quilt; Mr A. A. Watson, silver cigarette case. [ Mr J. Rhys Morgan, Prince of Wales Hotel, i Carnarvon, silver spirit flask. <
CARNARVONSHIRE POLICE j COMMITTEE MAGISTRATE'S CAB FARE REFUSED. 1— LLANDUDNO POLICE STATION AGAIN. COMMITTEE AND LLANRWST GUARDIANS. --t-- A meeting of the committee wag held on Wednesday, Mr. T. W. Griffith (chairman) pre- siding. There were also present: Messrs. J. A. Picton, E. Wood', J, Issard Davies, G. Jones, Robert Hughes, D. P. Williams, W. J. Parry, J. Jones Morris, J. R. Pritchard), Maurice Jones, R. Jones Roberts, R. E. Jones, Dr. R. A. Pritchard, Dr. Jones Roberts, Colonel Lloyd Mostyn, Colonel Lloyd Evans, Capt. Stewart; together with Mr. A. Bodvel Roberts (clerk).
CHIEF CONSTABLE'S REPORT, In his report for the quarter ended 30lh September, the Chief Constable stated that tiiere had been a aecreasc in both indictable and non-indidalule otlenoes during the past quarter. The decrease in the former was ciuetiy due to the smaller number of petty iar- cenies committed, and in the latter, drunken- ness showed a decrease of about 2lJ per cent. He had made inquiries, as requested by tha committee, as to tne working in the county ot the probation of Offenders Act, and was in- formed that the conduct of the probationers had, with one exception, been satisfactory. In that case the offender, a boy who mis-conducted himself during his period of probation, was sent to a reformatory school. The number of persons who, during the quarter, rendered themselve liable to be dealt with under sec. 2 of the Inebriates Act, 1898, was;) males., lhe number of tramps relieved during the past quarter was 1,578, as compared with 1,380 in the corresponding quarter last year. Number brought up for begging, 22; convicted, 16; discharged, 6. The value of property stolen was £61 4s 2d, of which £42 15s was recovered. Seven publicans were proceeded against, 4 tor permitting drunkenness, 1 for selling to a drunken person, 1 for selling during prohibited hours, and 1 for allowing billiard playing after closing time, of whom 4 were convicted, 2 dis- missed, and 1 to pay costs. The force was m- pected on the 9th and 10th of September, by the Government Inspector, Lt.-Col. Eden, who has succeeded the late Capt. The Ron, C. G. Legge. P.C. 18, Evan Owen, stationed at Bangor, had been promoted to the Tank of ser- geant in the place of P.S. J. H- Jones, who has been superannuated. He had received notice of resignation from P.C. 44 (R. Davies), who asked that his retirement might be allowed to take effect from the end of November,, 1908. He had 00 years' service, was 54 years of age, and the amount of pension to which he was entitled was1 £ 52 2s lOd per annum. The Chief Constable of Denbighshire had informed him that he had; received instructions from his S. J. Committee to withdraw the Denbighshire constable from Llysfaen. The Chief Constable also in a previous letter to him, suggested! the appointment of a small committee from this county to meet a similar committee from Den- bighshire, which appeared to him to be a good suggestion, as it was clearly desirable that the matter should be settled without de- lay. It was proposed to erect shortly in the vil- lage of Sarn, a memorial which would, if pos- sible, take the form of a, drinking fountain, and he had been asked to ascertain whether, with a view to providing the police station with a constant supply of water which was at present lacking, the committee would be willing to contribute towards the expense of making a small reservoir, laying pipes, etc. Referring to the resignation of P.C. 44 (R. Davies), Mr. J. Jones Morris asked whether he was unfit for service. The Chief Constable No. Air. J. Jones Morris: Is there any special reason why he resigned. The Chief Constable: He has given no rea- ton. Dealing witn the question of supplying water for Sarn Police Station, Col. Kuck said that the "old boys" of Bottwnog School were get- ting up a. memorial to Bishop Rowlands, the founder of the school, and he understood that they were expecting tjb get a sum of £100 They had decided that the memorial should take the form of a dWnking fountain in Sarn. The water would have to be brought from a distance, and it was thought that it might be better to put down a larger reservoir in order to supply some of the houses in Sarn, including the police station. In order to do that an ex- penditure of about £50 was to be incurred, but this seemed to be a low estimate. Those who had the matter in hand] waited to know whether the Police Committee were prepared to contribute a sum in order to have a fon- stant supply for the police station. C'apt. Stewart asked whether the villagers were contributing towards the expense. Mr. G. Jones said that they were. Mr. J. R. Pritchard What is the Amount of the contribution they expect from us. The Chief Coostablq: They expect J320 to £25. Mr.. Maurice Jones said that they all appre- ciated the efforts made by the old scholars of Bottwnog School to erect a memorial to [Bishop Rowlands, but he believed! that the supplying of water for the village of Sam should be the business of the District Council (hear, hear). The Chairman remarked that the supply of water for the police station was inadequate, and the gentlemen who were raising the mem- orial thought that there was now a splendid opportunity of obtaining a constant and good supply of water tor the police station. They did not want the committee to contribute to- wards the memorial in any way.. Mr., D. P. Williams Had there been a move- ment among the inhabitants of Sarn to provide the village with a proper supply, then we as a committee would be justified in joining them. This seems to me a very unsatisfactory way of providing a water supply for the police station. It is really a matter for the District Council, who are the people in authority. Mr. J. R. [Pritchard moved that the matter deferred and » statement was submitted as to the cost. Mr. J. A. Picton wished1 to know whether the gentlemen who were interested in the mem- orial had asked the District Council to join them in supplying the houses with water. The Chief Constable I have been told that the District Council have been approached with regard to the matter" but I do not think they have moved. Mr, Picton I am afraid it is not our busi- ness. It was resolved to d'efer the matter, and that the clerk to the District Council be communi- cated with.
JUSTICES' CLERKS AND THEIR ENGAGEMENTS. The question as to whether justices' clerks held appointments or were by their professional engagements placed in such a position as might ) militate against the impartial discharge of their duties as clerks to the justices, was considered j by a sub-committee, who resolved that the clerk be instructed to ascertain of each clerk to the justices whether he was in any way officially or professionally connected! with any j association, such as the Licensed Victuallers' Association, a temperance association, or any association for the protection of propejrty. and, if so, in what connection, and if paid or hon- orary. The Clerk said that he had made inquiries, and had ascertained that none of the justices' iorary. clerks held any official appointment under any licensed victuallers' association or temperance association.
(POLIOE PROSECUTING SOLICITORS. On the recommendation of the sulb-commit- tee, it was resolved that all solicitors appointed to represent the police in the petty sessional divisions should nlace their services in the first instance at the disposal of the police authori- ties.
MAGISTRATES AND THJE CONVEYANCE. Mr. J. Jones Morris, in submitting the re- port of the Finance and Audit Committee, re- ferred to an item of 6s for conveying a magis- trate to the police court at Bangor. Inasmuch, however, as there were no other justices to be found in Bangor. and that the gentleman in question was suffering from gout—perhaps in s little toe (laughter)—the committee thought hafc the amount might be paid. Mr. J. Issard Davies How has Mr. Jones Morris been able to locate the pain? (laugh- ter). Mr. Jones Morris: The gentleman's boot h'^oened to be off (laughter). I Mr J. A. Picton Is it a legal payment? The Clerk: It is hardly a charge that can be put against the county. Col. Lloyd Evans If we pass thig are we 1 not opening the door to others who may have an attack of the gout? Mr. J. A. Picton,: I have had several at- tacks of the gout (laughter). ;\k, R. Hughes moved that the sum be de- leted. They would establish a. bad precedent by paying the money. Mr. J. Issard Davies Would it not be bet- ter to pay the sum this time and sajr that a. charge of the kind is not to be made again? It would not be right to father the poor police- man with it. Mr. J. Jones Morris I would not like to say who the gentleman is. -Mr. J. A. Pieton: I would rather pay the sum myself, than that an illegal payment should uti made by this body., Capt. Stewart: I have something to say, because I happened to be the unfortunate cripple. I told the police that 1 could not at- tend court, but that if I Gould be of any use to them I should only be too glad to do what I could. The carriage was sent to fetch me. If it had not been sent I could not have gone. Mr. J. R. Pritchard The carriage was or- dered by a policeman? Mr. J. Jones Morris: Yes. Mr. J. R. tPritchard Then the policeman is* responsible. Mr. J. Issard Davies again moved that the payment be made, and that it be understood that no expenses of the kind was to be incurred again. Capt. Stewart seconded. Mr. J. A. Picton: With all deference to the gentlemen who have proposed and seconded, I say that you can no more pay 6s illegally than you can j360. The Committee refused to pay the sum. Mr. Jones Morris referred to the excessive charge for water in respect of the police sta- tion at Bangor. It amounted to £4 9s 7d for the quarter. The Finance Committee thought that there was something radically wrong. Replying to Mr. Maurice Jones, Mr. Jones Morris said that the water was charged by meter. Mr. D. ,P. Williams: There is great careless- np,s. The Chief Constable: There has be%i a bad leak in the water pipe, and was undiscovered for some time. It has just been repaired? That may have had something to do w.ith it. MT. Jones Morris: Everything is very exces- sive at Bangor—even the chairs (laughter). Mr. J. Issard Davies: And the rates (laugh- ter). ,Mr. Jones Morris Oh, the rates, don't men- tion those (laughter). This matter ought to be deferred until the water engineer finds out what has occurred. It was resolved that the payment be deferred and that the county surveyor make a report.
LLANDUDNO POLICE BUILDINGS AGAIN. Mr. J. Jones Morris moved the following resolution, of which he had given notice:- That the County Council be recommended to acquire from Lord Mostyn lor the sum of ;t,¡ö&, 1,680 square yards of freehold land in Oxford-road, JBiandudno, for the purposes of a. site for new county police buildings, provided guch site is conveyed to the county free from any restrictive conditions and free. nom any costs and charges of the vendor." Mr. Jones Morris said that when the matter came before the committee in September, 1901, it was first men- tioned that there was a contract prepared, but the members were not aware of its tÿrms. Hav- ing seen the draft contract he was quite justi- fied in making the remarks which he-then made. As a committee, they were only acting on behalf of the County Council" and it would have been a gross breach of confidence on their part to have accepted the contract with the terms it contained. Since then he had had an opportunity of perusing the draft contract and the draft conveyance which would have been executed if they had accepted the contract. At the outset, he must say, in fairness to Lord .\lostyn, that h. did not think that that gentle- man was aware of the terms of the dratt con- tract, and he wished to repudiate, as far as Lord Mostyn was concerned, anything unfair. It seemed to him to be a surveyor and solici- tor's contract. Paragraph 4 in the agreement read as follows No abstract shall be de- livered nor shall any title be shown further than appears in the annexed form of convey- ance, and no proof or verification of anything there appearing shall be required, nor shall any objection, inquiry, or requisition be made by the Council as to the title, or evidence, or titles, of the conveyance." Paragraph 6 read The Council shall execute and deliver to Lord Mostyn a duplicate of the conveyance, and Lord Mostyn shall be at liberty to retain the original conveyance after the completion for a sufficient time to allow the stamp duty paid thereon to be denoted upon the duplicate." Paragraph 7 read The Council will bear and pay the ex- penses of Lord Mostyn, and of all other par- ties to the conveyance of and in relation to the negotiation of the sale and the preparation, stamping, and execution of this agreement, and of the conveyance and duplicate^ind the com pletion of the sale, including a fee of to Lord Mostyn's surveyor." Other paragraphs were as follow :—No. 8 The charges of soli- citors shall, in accordance with schedule 2 to the general order made in pursuance" of the Solicitors Remuneration Act, 1881." No. 9: If the Council shall not complete the pur- chase in accordance with the foregoing provi- sions, Lord Mostyn shall be at liberty to re- scind the sale, and in that case all expenses incurred by him in relation thereto, including the preparation of this agreement and the sur- veyor's lees aforesaid, shall be repaid and' made good to him by the Council." He felt sure that Lord Mostyn, as an honourable geath- man selling a piece of land, did not intend that the County Council should pay his solici- tor's charges, and especially his surveyor's. Had it been stated equal or J^ilf scale, that would be a very fair remuneration. Mr. R. Jones Roberts Vendors should pay their own solicitor's costs. Mr. Jones Morris remarked that unless they could obtain the piece of land for JB882 by a simple conveyance, without any restrictions or reservations, he for one would in the County Council do his utmost to prevent the thino- go- mg through, and he would be justified in doing so. Mr. Maurice Jones seconded Mr. J. Jones Morris' proposal. J. Issard Davies thought the motion rather unreasonable. He remarked that Llan- dudno was built on a plan, and it. was well that it was so, and Lord Mostyn must have in- curred obligations to other parties in carrying out that plan. There were restrictions which a vendor were bound to observe. He suggested that the word unreasonable be inserted instead of restrictive in the resolution. Mr. J. Jones Morris agreed to the sugges- tion. Col. Lloyd EVans: Does Mr. Jones Morris think that this draft conveyance is different to what is usually submitted to others? Mr. Jones Morris In Llandudno? Col. Evans Yes. Mr. Jones Morris I cannot say. Mr. Ephraim Wood: Did you not buv land for a school in Llandudno? u Mr. Allanson Picton said that was so, and added that they had to submit to everything imposed upon them—surveyor's charge's and all. Mr. Jones Morris replied that that was the County School. That matter was dealt with by the Education Authority, but Lord Mostyn had now to deal with another kind of body. The Chairman said that Lord Mostyn was not a gentleman that would treat the Coumy Council differently to leasehold or freehold pur- chasers. He did not think there were any more restrictions in the agreement in Question than were usually to 'be found in agreements of the kind in Llandudno. Mr. J. A. Picton wished to know how it would be consistent with a resolution previous- lv adopted by the committee to pass what was just moved by Mr. Jones Morris. Mr. Jones Morris said that the committee na"sed the resolution subject to the title being ^ood and the terms reasonable. They were not aware of the terms until that day. Mr. J. A. Pieton remarked that if it had. been a private affair and had gione so far with it" thev would have been in honour bound to complete it/ He spoke of th0 inhumanity of nutting" persons in cells which had been 'con- demned bv tho medical officer of health (Dr. Fraser). He did not cars whether they erected a grand buildinp. If thev got a plot anywhere where, thev could put up two or three cells, where prisoners could be treated in a humane manner, no would be satisfied. They must re- member that thev were not dealing- with a small nnimoortant part- of the countv. The town of Llandudno had the largest ratable and s»sse«ss»hlo value of any town in the envnty, and the inhabitants must, of course contribute very Inrcrely to tho cost of a.ov work ¡1""p i-, +11'3 town. A tnwn of the important of Llandudno was visited by people from all parts of the country. Mr. J. Issard Davies remarked that ,Mr. Picton was thrashing a dead horse. They had ( agreed to build provided they got a site. Dr. R. A. Pritchard said that the committee had failed to get land in Llandudno to erect police buildings, and at last approached Lord j .Mostyn, who, with his customary generosity. had offered to sell the present site for a great deal less than he had sold other sites. They would be sorry if Lord Mostyn withdrew his offer to sell the land at a moderate price. Mr. Picton: We would have to give a great deal more. Mr. R. Hughes The committee were not in possession of the conditions until now. Col. Lloyd Mostyn This is a matter for the lawyers to settle. I think that they can settle this before long (hear, hear). I dg_ not think that my brother will stand in the way of busi- ness. The people of Llandudno wished to know what was to become of the old police court. Mr. J. R. Pritchard Make it into a hotel (laughter). Mr. Jones ,Morris said that the cells at Llan. dudno were not the inferno that had been de- scribed, nor were they the infamous dungeons that Mr. Allanson Picton tried to make them out to be. WTe don't want," said Mr. Jones Morris, to provide a grand place for men who make themselves so low as to roll in the mud." Mr. Picton They are unconvicted. Mr. Jones Morris Unconvicted or not, they disgrace themselves. And that building is too good a place to put dirty creatures that dis- grace themselves in Llandudno. Proceeding, Mr. Jones Morris said that but for some am- bitious men in Llandudno, they might have transformed the present building to meet the requirements of Mr. Picton at a very small expense. But they wanted a magnificent court. The surveyor referred to was probably the principal man in Llandudno, who wanted to rule everybody, and he hoped that the com- mittee would not submit to it After further discussion, Mr. Jones Morris' resolution, as amended on the suggestion of Mr. Issard Davies, was carried nem. con. Mr. Jones Morris then moved the following resolution, of which he had given notice:- That the (above) matter be referred for fur- ther negotiations, and report to a committee, consisting of the Chairman and a representa- tive of the justices and County Council from each petty sessional division in the county." This was agreed to.
CONVEYANCE OF A TRAMP. Reference was made to a sum of 15s for the conveyance of a tramp to the workhouse at Llanrwst. The Clerk said that he had written to the County Councils' Association for their opinion, and he had received a reply to the effect that the seoretary was sorry that he was unable to elbtain information that would be of ser- vice to the committee. Opinions varied con- siderably, and he could only come to the con- elusion that it would be doubtful whether a claim against the Guardians could be supported- Mr. J. R. Pritchard said that a policeman found the man on the roadside and acted the part of a good Samaritan. In view of the fact that the Guardians repudiated liability, the committee ought to carry the matter further. Replying to a question, the Clerk said that the only way to get a legal opinion was to go to litigation. Mr. J. R. Pritchard: I should like to see the responsibility fixed upon somebody. Mr. D. P. Williams moved that an action be brought against the Guardians in the Llanrwst County Court to recover the money. Mr. Jones Morris seconded the motion, which was adopted.
WITHDRAWAL OIF LLYSFAIEN POLICEMAN. The Chief Constable reported that he had had a communication from the Chief Con- stable of Denbighshire stating that he had been instructed to withdraw the constable from Llysfaen, and that particular parish was now without a constable.. It was quite dear that something should be done to settle the matter. The Chief Constable of Denbighshire said that it was proposed to appoint a small committee, and suggested that the Carnarvonshire Police Committee should also appoint a small com, mittee to discuss the matter, with the view of coming to an understanding. Capt. Stewart proposed that a small com- mittee be appointed to confer with the Den- bighshire Committee. i Mr. D. P.. Williams seconded. Mr. J. R. Pritchard: It was said that once Denbighshire entered into an agreement they would not withdraw. The Clerk admitted that he said so at the last meeting. Dr. R. A. Pritchard said that when the.agree- ment was made there were only 600 people in the parish. Now there was a population of 2,000. Mr .J. R. Pritchard remarked that the fact was that Denbighshire wanted to "collar" that part of the county. Dr. R. A. Prichard: I mentioned that to them in Denbighshire, and they said it was not so. It was resolved to appoint a small committee to meet the Denbighshire Committee..
Bangor iW:&'Ei,¡-On Sa.t'uTJ(|a\i a large number of "horses" were burnt on the railway near Llan- degai. Inquiry <n the spot showed that a large Van, with its contents of round-about hobiby horses and motor-cars, valued at several hundreds of pounds, was completely burnt.
Llanrwst THE HOUSING PROBLEM. — The first meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society was held on Wednesday evenintg, Mr J. D. Jones (solicitor) presiding. Mr D. J. Williams •('Council School) opened1 a discussion on "The Hjau#nisj/ Proibleon fat iLlartrwjst. A livelyf debate followed. TESTIMONIAL.—There has been a hearty response to the testimonial fund initiated to commemorate the 20 yeaiB' service of the Rev Cynwyd Wiltliams as pastor of the Congrega- tional Tabernacle Church, as well as his efforts on behalf of every good cause in the town. We are informed that the. fund will be closed in a week or two.
Llanberis RiECOVER'ING. Mr Evan HJugh Jones, Boderwydd, is recovering satisfactorily after 'being under medical treatment at St. Thomas' Hospital, London.
Portmadoc IMPROVEMENTS ASSOCIATION. — A meeting waa held on Tuesday night, Mr Jona- than Davies (chairman) presiding. — Reports were presented-reviewing the work of the past season and giving an account of receipts and expenditure.—It was resolved to issue a balance sheet.—It was stated that the Association con- templated operations On a larger scale in ad- vertising next season, ample evidence being forthcoming of the profitable result of the past season's advertising.—Different firms ha.ve written the Association offering to produce a local guide, and in return for the Association's patronage to give the Association a large supply of free copies. — The Association de- cided to decline the offers and to bring out a guide themselves.—Other proposals calculated to bring the district prominently before the holiday-seeker were resolved upon.—Mr J. R. Prichard 'reported on the proposed syndicate in connection with the bulb experiment, and it was resolved that the shares should vary in value from 2s 6d to 10s. All the members present agreed to take shares.—It was agreed to make further inquiries in reference to the suggested tennis courts for Borthygest and lortmadoc.—The Waterworks Company were stated to have agreed to give a guinea a year for three years towards the funds of the As- sociation (hear, hear). — Gratfication was ex- pressed at an announcement by Mir J. R. Owen that there was to be a telegraph exten- sion to Borthygest.
Waenfawr UNEMPLOYMENT.—At a meeting of the i Parish Council on Saturday the following were appointed local unemployment committee to co-operate with the County Council unemploy- ment committee:—Messrs Alfred Evans, Bont- newydd Evan Owen, and R. J. Williams, with the chairman (iMr Evan Jones, Garnedd Wen). If there are any persons out (1: work in the parish they should communicate with the secretary, Mr O. Lloyd Jones, in order that he j may communicate with the secretary of the County Council. 1
Criccieth [BAZAiAIR.—.With a view to wipe off tha chapel debt the local Cdnigregationalists prpB pose holding a bazaar soon. ADDCR'ESIS.—At the Independent Chapel, 011 Wednesday night, the Rev J. Rhydderch, oB Pwllheli, delivered an address. TOiWN HALL DEBATING SOCIETY. This .society will meet again this wint •r. Tha secretary is Mr Huw R. Griffith, and Mr John Jones, Harlech View, is treasurer. AN OVERDUE VEiSiS'EL.—'Great anxiety 1s felt in the town as to the barque "Criccietb Castle, owned by Mr Richard Thomas and! CQ, The vessel was bound ifrom Cardiff for that West Coast, and is now a month overdue. The vessel was in charge of Captain Richard Tho- mas, of Criccieth. (PAIR'ISH COUN7C115L.—A in^tingf of th. Llanystumdwy Parish Council was held on Frio. da.y evening, Mr Wm. Pritchard presiding. It was reported that an application had beea made for the Gilchrist Lectures this winter- and that Mr Wm. George, the County Council member, had .sought a (better delivery of letters if or the Ynys Bedghbourhood.
Portdinorwic ^INSTALLATION MEETING-At Bethania 'L-.M. chapel, last week, a meeting was held "nder;Jhe Presidency of the Hey. G. Owen- Post (Mice, to instal the Rev. E. Griffi^ B.A. as pastor of that Church. The proceedings were opened by the Rev. J. E. Hughes,, B.A., B.D., Brvn Menai. Addresses were delivered by the Chairman. Mr., G. P. Jones, secretary to the church; the Rev. R Rewinds, Llan-i rwst; Mr. R. Williams, Engedi, Carnarvon, representing the Arvon Monthly [Meeting ? the Rev. W. Huehes. Bangor, another 1'e.. presentative of the Monthly Meeting- the Rev.. J. Owen, Bowydd, representing the West Mer-. ioneth Monthly Meeting, of which Mr. Griffith was formerly a member. Mr. Griffith briefly renhed, and the Rev. D. Tecwyn Evans. B.A., terminated the meeting by offering a prayer.
Pwllheli HOCKEY CLUB.—The officials of the clutt are: President, Dr Robert Evans, Ponty- gribyn; captain, Mr Hardcastle; and secret aries, Mr F. E. Young and Miss Dilys Davies* A PAINTING.—Mrs T. Williams Thomaa won first prize and medal for a painting at the Industrial Exhibition, Edinburgh. There were a large number of competitors. The work of Miss Lizzie Ellis, High Street, who alsq competed, was highly recommended. SOCIAL.—At Salem C.M. Chapel on Wed- nesday evening, a social gathering was held,. and about 50 people attended and passed an enjoyable evening. Subsequently a miscellaneous programme was sustained, in which the follow- ing took part: Miss Mary O. Jones, Miss Mag- gie Jones, Rev John Hughes, B'.A., B.D., Ms Owen, M:r J. J. Jones, Mr James Griffith, Mr J. E. Hughes and others. The chair was taken by Mr Cradoc Evans. THANKSGIVING SERVICES.—The har- vest thanksgiving services were held at all tha places of worship in the town on Monday. At St. Peter's Church the following clergy offi- ciated Rev J. P. Lewis, Rector of Llanystum- dwy, morning; Rev J. W. Griffith, curate of Uanengan, afternoon; and the Rev L. Ri- chards, rector of EgIwysbach, in the evening. The services were well attended aa were also the prayer meetings in the Nonconformist churches. The collections in the various chapels wore as follow:—Salem C.M. Chapel (towards the chapel debt), £108 13s Fenmounfi C.M. Chapel, £63 15s; Penlan (C.), £60;: Tabernacle (B.), dB54 Os 3d Seion (W.), £28 Md Ala P/oa-d, no co'le-cltion: South Beach (C.M.), JB15 10e 6d; Cardiff Road, JBH and Tarsis (C.M.), £7 58 7d. PRESENTATION. — At the close of the thanksgiving service at Salem C.M. Chapel oil Monday evening, a presentation was made to the Rev Richard Hughes, a member of the church, who is leaving to take up tha pastorate of the C.M. Church at Brymbo. The meet- ing was presided over by Mr James Griffith The Rev John Hughes, B.A., D.D., spoke of the induction of the Rev Richard Hughes at Brymbo, and wished him every success in his new sphere. Further Temarks were made by. Mr J. Griffith Jones, trea-sui'er of the move- ment; Rev J. R. Williams, and Mr Cradoo Evans, secretary. The presentation, which was in the form of books to the value of JB12 10s, including Dr Angers' Dictionary of the BrGle, was made on behalf of the church by Mrs Lewis, Leeds House. The subscriptions were entirely voluntary, and Mr Hughes suit- ably acknowledged the presentation. Mr Robyns Owen also spoke of Mr Hughes' in- duction at Brymbo and his high qualities. LITERARY SOCIETIES. Tabernacle:' This society met on Friday evening, Mr Roberfi Roberta presiding. Addresses were delivered by the Rev Henry Reee, Mr John Lewis, Mr R. A. Jones, And the Chairman. Songs were rendered by Miseea Nell Jones and A G. Grif- fith, (and Mr Hugh Jones. Miss Williams Ai- tro, .gave a recitation. On Friday owning, the Rev John Hughes, pastor, in the chair, a debate took place on the subject "Are strikes to be recommended?" Mr Robert Mur- ray opened for the affirmative, and Mr R. H. < Jones (Cenin) put forward the negative view. Further remarks were made by Messrs Evan Jones, Robert Jones, and W. Maxwell Mur- ray. The majority of the members present voted in favour of the negative.—South Beach Monday evening, Mr John Jones, Nantlle House, presiding, an address was delivered by the Rev D. E. Davies, and remarks thereon were made by Messrs D. J. Griffith W Hughes, Morwylfa; E. R. Davies, solicitor-" J. T. Owen, Hyfrydle; J. J. Jones, Cardiff Road, and D. Lloyd Humphreys, Cardiff Road. A MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. — At a special Police Court on Friday, before Dr S W. Griffith, W. Anthony, Esq., and Maurice Jones, Eisq., an ex-soldler nam.^d Wm. West was charged with havinig stolen a bicycle valued at £7, and claimed by Hugh Roberts, farmer, Henarewen, Rhydyclafdy. Hugn. Roberts said that on Wednesday week he had business to transact at Glasfryn Fawr Farm, near Four- crosses. He had a lady's (bicycle with him. hut it was not his property. After passing Muriau Cwymp smithy witness said he &a\v prisoner sitting on a fence and sharpening hier razor. A little distance 'further witness pro- ceeded through the fields and left. his bicycle near a hed'gie. fWhen he returned, under an hour's time, both the prisoner and the bicycle had disappeared'.—Superintendent Jones said that the police of North .Wake had been in- formed, and prisoner was arretted on suspicion ,by P.C. David Jones (76), Carnarvon. He was then handed over to P.C. 48, of Pwllheli. Prisoner in reply to the charge then said he knew nothing aJbout the bicycle, and that he bad never rode a bicycle in his Hfe. Ills boots were eventually examined in his presence, and his attention was drawn to pedal marks. At a later stage prisoner said, "I will teU the truth. L,vas out the previous night, was very; tired, saw the bicycle near the road, took it" had had a good ride, and finally left the ma- chine in a field not far from Ca.a arvon. I had no intention whatever to steal it."—This waa his first offence. He admitted having drop- ped a. note in a pillar-box nea.r Carnarvon to the effect that the machine would be tound atbout two miles from Carnarvon. The ma-i chine was, found in a fi-dld by the police.— West was sent to prison for a month with hard labour, the chairman remarking that he had done a very mean trick. Prisoner had one or two medals in his possession, and he declared that he had served with the Dorsetshire regi- ment at Ladysmith.
Tremadoc BIBLE SOCIETY.—The annual meeting of the Tremadoc and district branch of the Bible Scjiety was held on Friday evening at Pren- teg Chapel. There was a .good attendance, and the chair wa.s taken by Mr G. Griffith. The Rev H. Ivor Jones, Chester, on behalf of the Parent Society addressed the meeting. The total collections for the yer.r amount ed1 to £44 15s 23d, being an increase of over £5 on the collections of the previous year. A sum of J356 3f»9d was paid over to the Parent Society. The officials cf the local branch are Messrs Henry Roberts, chairman; E. H. Roberts, treasurer, and E. Christmas Jones^ secretary.
FASHIONABLE WEDDING f DR LLOYD ROBERTS, CARNARVON, AND MISS WYNN, RUG. As briefly announced in our lart issue the marriage took place at Sf. James' Church, Piccadilly, London, of Dr Lloyd Roberta, Carnarvon, eldest £ qn of the Dean of Bangor and Mrs Roberts, to Miss Gwendoline Frances Wynn, eldest daughter of the Hon. C. H. Wynn and Mrs Wynn, of Rug, near Corwen. The bride, who is a cousin of Lord Newborough, is very popular in the Cor- wen district, being held in high respect for her charitable deeds among the poor. The officiat- ing clergymen were the Bishop of Bangor, the Dean of Ban.<or, and. Canon McCormick, vicar of the parish. Mr X. West Bromley, cousin of tha bridegroom, acted as best man. Tha bride wore cream charmeuse satin trimmed with hxavy silk embroidery and Car- rickmacross lace (the latter gift of her aunt, Mrs McCalmont), a tulle veil over a w rear h of real orange blossom and myrtle, and carried a shqwer bouquet of liliee 01 the valley audi stephanotis. Her ornaments were a. diamond crescent (gift of the bridegroom) and a diamond star (gift of her parents). There were four little girl bridesmaids, namely Miss Con- stance Williams Wynn. Miss Annie Robert- son, Miss Coster-Edwards, and Miss Archdale. They wore blue grey charmeuse satin trocks, Marie Antoinette fichus, and white muslin mob capS. Each wore a large La France ro-se and carried tall ebepy silver mounted can's (gifts of the bridegroom). The bride's going away dress was of pale grey cloth, and she wore a. hat of pale grey silk tirimmed with chiffon and! ostrich feathery a grey cloth directoire coat, and a set of black pointed fox furs (gift. of her brothers and sisters).