J. M. PORTER, THE ESTATE OFFICE, (! Colwyn Bay. TO LET FURNISHED. RHIW, COLWYN BAY. Contains 3 Entertaining-rooms, 6 Bed-rooms, Dressing-room, and all usual offices or would be let unfurnished for a term, with or without 9 acres of land. TAN-Y-BRYN. Contains Dining, Drawing, and Music rooms, 9 Bed-rooms, Dressing-room and usual Offices, also 2-stalled Stable, Loose-box, Coach-house, &c. A Small Detached House, containing 2 Sitting- rooms, 5 Bed-rooms, and the usual Offices. Five minutes from Beach. TO LET UNFURNISHED. BRYN EITHYN. Containing Dining, Drawing, and Morning- rooms, 9 Bed-rooms, 2 Dressing-rooms, and all usual appurtenances Two-stalled Stable, Loose- box, &c., and Coachman's-rooms. A commodious Lodging House, situated in a firstclass position and containing 4 Entertaining and 12 Bed-rooms, and Offices also for Sale. FOR SALE. A small, comfortably arranged, well built house, situated outside Colwyn Bay, and containing 2 Sitting-rooms. 3 Bedrooms, Bath-room, Kitchen, &c., with Outbuildings and small Garden. 154-52 J. R. Barnwell, Late with Messrs W. f F. BROWN & Co., Chester. CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FUNERAL FURNISHER, GLASS & CHINA DEALER, "The Argyle," Abergele Road, COLWYN BAY. DRAWING, DINING, and BEDROOM SUITES. Sideboards and Cheffoniers, Oilcloths and Linoleums, Bedsteads and Bedding, Spring and Wool Mattresses, and a great variety of all kinds of FURNITURE at prices not to be equalled. Breakfast, Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Services, and a large assortment of Glass and China. Paper Hangings-New Season's Patterns from i-id. per piece. 2 Furniture carefully Removed by Road or Rail at Moderate Charges. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Old Turnit-are Re-Upholstered. Note the Address:— "THE ARGYLE," Abergele M., Colwyn Bay. 157- MISS HUGHES, DRESS AND MANTLE MAKER, Salop House, Rhw Bank Avenue, Colwyn Bay. Ladies' own Materials made up. Good Fit and Finish. Moderate Terms. 166-13 For Sale. TO BE SOLD—HOUSES in Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay, each containing two Enter taining rooms, nine Bedrooms, Bath with hot and cold water, Kitchen, Scullery, &c. Apply to Mr. O. Lloyd, Pendorlan villa, Colwyn Bay. HAY.—For Sale, a small Stack (about 7 tons) of very prime Meadow Hay, harvested without a drop of rain.—Apply to Evan Jones, Colwyn Bay College. 169- To be Let. ME1RION GARDENS, Colwyn Bay.— Primrose Hill to be let, containing 3 en- tertaining rooms, 13 bedrooms, kitchen, back kitchen, wash-house, bath, lavatory, &c. Rent ^40. Enquire next door. 165 ■■ 11111 Wanted. WANTED, Furnished House at Colwyn Bay, 5'or 6 Rooms, with garden for June, July, and August. Terms reasonable.—S. 11 Linnaeus Street, Hull, Yorkshire. WANTED, A STRONG LAD as Apprentice to the Saddlery.—Apply, Jones, Lancas- ter House, Colwyn Bay. 170-3 STRONG LAD wanted to look after pony and s spring cart, to solicit and take out orders for a grocer shop at Conway. Live out, state wage. Address by letter, X," Weekly IVews Office, Conway. 171-2 To be Let Furnished. TO BE LET FURNISHED.—Gorphwysfa, Gyffin, Nr. Conway.—3 Sitting Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, large Kitchen, usual domestic offices and field at back.—Apply, Mr Jones, Shop, Gyffin, Conway. 139- TO BE LET FURNISHED.—3 Bedrooms, (4 beds), Sitting Room, Kitchen, and Scul- lery. Pleasantly situated near the sea, and close to the Station. Apply at the Office of this paper COMFORTABLE and well furnished Apart- ments for the winter months, Sitting rooms and one or two Bedrooms. Terms very moderate. Address, H. H., at the Office of this paper. 130 SACKVILLE HOUSE TO BE LET from September. Apply to Mrs. Gaskell, Sack- ville House, Abergele road, Colwyn Bay. 130 COLWYN BAY.—Furnished house to be let, cheap. Good position and extensive view. Five minutes from Beach and Wood. Apply, W,' Office of this paper. 165- BOWDEN HOUSE, Abergele Road, near the Dingle, Colwyn Bay, to be let Furnished or in Apartments. 170- COLWYN BAY, N. WALES. TO BE LET FURNISHED for the Summer months, or for a longer period, the charm- ingly situated House, known as "Tan-y-Bryn," built and occupied by Mr. Ellis Lever, to whom application may be made. There are three Entertaining Rooms overlooking the Bay, eleven Bedrooms (14 beds), Bath Room, Linen Closet, Music Landing (two grand pianos and excellent organ). Good Kitchens, Butler's Pantry, and the usual offices. Gas throughout the house, and water supply of the best. There is a Conserva- tory, and the grounds are tastefully laid out and well stocked with shrubs and flowers. The drainage and sanitary condition of the house all that could be wished. The situation of the house is not only the most picturesque but one of the most healthy in North Wales. 168— ,Oa.DBT' W's COCOA. Of full strength; of a highly ew, I nature, free from added starch and SI: Health. to Sales by Mr F. A. Dew. Mr F. A. DEW, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, MORTGAGE BROKER, LAND AND HOUSE AGENT, Llewelyn Chambers, Conway Road, COLWYN BAY. Ten years ( including five years' articles) with two of the largest firms of Auctioneers and Land Agents in England. The Offices occupy the most prominent and central position in Colwyn Bay, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auction Announce- ments. AUCTIONS of Freehold Property, Building Land, Household Furniture, Books, Plate, Farm- ing Stock, &c. VALUATIONS for Probate, Mortgage, Busi- ness Transfer, and Tenant Right. MORTGAGES ARRANGED. Persons desirous of letting their houses fur- nished during the coming Summer are invited to communicate particulars. Also Owners of Property wishing to dispose of Houses by Private Treaty. Personal attention given to every detail of business entrusted to Mr DEW'S hands. FIRE, LIFE, AND GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 120- FOR SALE. FREEHOLD.—Several very choice PLOTS of BUILDING LAND also a large selection of Superior RESIDENCES, suitable for occu- pation or investment in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. TO LET. FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED.— Several Houses in good positions in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. Rents varying according to accommodation. Full particulars of F. A. DEW, AUCTION & ESTATE AGENCY OFFICES, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS. 134- COLWYN BAY TRADE PRICE LIST. WORTHINGTON & Co, Ld. (Burton-on-Trent). PRICES OF ALES IN CASKS (CARRIAGE PAID). INDIA PALE ALE "E." Barrel (36 Gallons) 60s. Kil. (18 Gallons) 30s. Fir. (9 Gallons) 15s. INDIA PALE ALE "XE." Barrel (36 Gallons) 54s. Kil. (18 Gallons) 27s. Fir. (9 Gallons) 13s. 6d. MILD ALE. Brl. Kil. Fir. "C Mild Ale 60s. 30s. 15s. "B" „ 54s. 27s. 13s. 6d. "A" „ 48s. 24s. 12s. "—" „ 42s. 21s. 10s. 6d. S" „ 36s. 18s. 9s. STRONG ALE. Brl. Kil. Fir. G" Strong Ale 84s. 42s. 21s. "F" 72s. 36s. 18s. "D" „ 66s. 33s. 16s. 6d. LIGHT DINNER ALE. Brl. Kil. Fir. INI Light Dinner Ale 42s. 21s 10s. 6d. "S3" 36s. 18s. 9s. Bottling Agent for Conway :— J. C. SMALLWOOD, BLUE BELL HOTEL, CONWAY. The attention of the public is especially drawn to the India Pale Ale E in bottle. Families supplied with all qualities and sizes in cask. 164—26 D. WYNNE ROBERTS, GENERAL DRAPER AND MERCHANT TAILOR, 16, Castle Street, Conway. Open on Wednesdays (during the season) until 8 p.m. 170- KRONOS HOUSE, (Adjoining the Post Office), Queen's Buildings, Station Road, COLWYN BAY. Messrs. MERRIDEW & Co., (From Coventry, Established 1857), WATCH MANUFACTURERS, GOLD AND SILVERSMITHS, Etc., Etc. Beg most respectfully to announce to the Resi- dents and Visitors of Colwyn Bay and Neigh- bourhood, that they have purchased the above premises, and laid down their plant for the Manufacturing and Repairing Departments, and whilst returning sincere thanks for the kindly patronage already accorded them, they hope that by skilled work with strictly moderate charges, and punctual attention to all commands entrusted to them, to merit a continuance of their patronage and support. One of the largest Stocks and Cheapest Houses in North Wales, particular attention being given to Presentation Articles in endless variety and style. Messrs. M. & Co. have added their Machinist and Cycle Works to these premises. Any type of Machine built to order. A large stock of New and Second-hand Cycles for Sale. Agents for the principal Makers. REGISTERED OFFICIAL REPAIRERS TO THE C.T.C. (CYCLES ON HIRE). 165- JOHN ROBERTS, Poulterer & Greengrocer, 18, BERRY STREET, — CONWAY. — 0: Fresh Butter, Eggs, and Home-cured Bacon always on hand. A large quantity of clean Feathers now in stock, at 9d, per lb. 157- ggSP FOR THE COMING SEASON, NOVELTILIS IN MILLINERY. STYLISH HATS AND BONNETS, TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED, AT MISSES THOMAS'S, "7, T C-X ST., CON-W- -A.Y- 157- DANIEL ALLEN. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Undertaker, &c., 6 & 7, STATION RD., COLWYN BAY. Dining room and Drawing room Suites, from £ 6 15s. Bedroom Suites (including Wardrobe), from ^5 os. Carpets and Rugs. Linoleums and Mats. Bedsteads and Bedding. Special attention is paid to the Upholstery and Bedding Department. Old Furniture Re- upholstered and Re-polished equal to new at the most reasonable prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN. FURNITURE CAREFULLY REMOVED BY ROAD OR RAIL. Cabinet Works, Ivy Street. LIDBETTER & LONGMAID, Family Grocers, Bakers, and Provision Merchants, Abergele & Belgrave Roads, COLWYN BAY, Sole Manufacturers of Montgomerie's Patent Malt Bread. Finest Danish, Irish, and Welsh Butters. Special Agents for Colombo Ceylon Tea, 2/- lb. Families waited upon for Orders daily. 157- TAILORING! LEWIS BROS.' NEW SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF WOOLLENS! SPLENDID VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM. STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED. SPECIALITIES Our Noted 10/6 Trousers. Black Worsted Coat and Vest for 30/- Tweed Suits to measure from 35/- READY MADES :-Our Stock of Ready Made Clothing is replete for the coming Season in ,Men's, Youth's, and Boys' Clothing. WE MAKE ALL MEN'S READY MADES ON THE PREMISES. Extension of Premises at LEWIS BROS. which will enable them to keep a larger Stock in all Departments. ADDRESS :— Bradford House, Colwyn Bay. 163—46 CARPET YOUR WALLS — WITH Paper Hangings — FROM R. E. JONES and BROS., Central Library, 8, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY, AND I Rose Hill Street, Conway. I LARGE STOCK. QOOD QUALITY. REASONABLE PRICES.
LIST OF VISITORS. TO VISITORS AND HOUSEHOLDERS. Lists of Visitors are not collected from house to house during the winter season, but any list left at our Publishing Offices (either at Conway or Colwyn Bay), not laterthan 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, will be inserted. COLWYN BAY. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL. (Mr J. Porter, Proprietor). T. Farrer Baynes, Esq, Blackburn Mrs Winder, Rock Ferry Miss Winder, do Mr and Mrs Ernest Cook, Waterloo Park, Liver- pool H. Farrer Baynes, Esq, Blackburn Mr and Mrs Phillips, Walsall The Rev R. and Mrs Hodgson, Handsworth Mr and Mrs Hurst, Altrincham, Cheshire C. R. Peake, Esq, Upper Norwood, S.E. Mrs Hickman, Southampton Master Alan A. L. Hickman, do Mr and Mrs J. H. Dennis, West Derby, Liverpool The Misses Dennis, do W. E. Blyth, Esq, Walsall Captain and Mrs Beswick-Royds and valet, Littleborough Samuel Spruce, Esq, Tamworth The Rev G. M. Ashdown, Wrington, Somerset Mr and Mrs R. Stevenson Jones, Sefton Park, Liverpool Master Buckley Jones, do Mr and Mrs H. Stanley Cooper, Fallowfield Miss Kate Stanley Cooper, do Miss E. Meadows, Bowdon, Cheshire Mrs Killick, nurse and children, Gracemont, Altrincham M. E. Rowecliffe. Esq, Alderley Edge, Cheshire Richard Cripps, Esq, Brislington J. Edgar Dennis, Esq, West Derby, Liverpool Mrs Westwood, Stone Master Bostock, do Mrs Ash worth, Bolton le Moors The Messrs Ashworth, do Mrs Frangopulo and party, Liverpool Mr'and Mrs Lawley Parker, Birmingham Captain and Mrs Stainland, London Mr and Mrs P. A. Lloyd, Mold COLWYN BAY HOTEL. (Miss Jones, Manageress). Mr and Mrs Milne, Mossley Hill George Milne, Esq. do Mr and Mrs Moseley, Walsall Mrs Grove, do Mrs S. Smith, do Miss E. Ward, Oxford Miss A. Ward, do S. Phillips, Esq, Liverpool W. H. Southern, Esq, Manchester A. E. Davies, Esq, London Mr and Mrs J. Poynton-Haden, Trowbridge W. Mutzell, Esq, Birmingham J. R. Baker, Esq, Chester J. E. Wood, Esq, Uttoxeter A. C. Bunting, Esq, do C. W. Waters, Esq, Coventry Miss L. Hayden Llewelyn, London Thomas Parker, Esq, Nottingham Mr and Mrs S. Satterthwaite, Lancaster Mr and Mrs Smith, Bendley Edwin Preston, Esq, Kidderminster HYDROPATHIC. Mrs Gill Boddy, Liverpool Mr Greaves, Horsforth Mrs Greaves, do Master Greaves, baby and maid, do Mr Barklie, Manchester Mr Bumby, Sale Mrs Bumby, do Mr and Mrs R. C. Haworth, baby and maid, Stretford IMPERIAL HOTEL. (Mrs Lowe, Proprietress). Mr and Mrs Whitiley, Huddersfield Mrs Chas. Drew, South Australia Rev M. R. Allnutt, Southport Mrs Allnutt, do Mr Fdland, Liverpool Charles Crompton, Esq, do Mrs Crompton, do Rev Frederick Dickinson, Wavertree Mr Coldrills, London Mr Hughes, Liverpool Mr Ernest Grierson, Birmingham Fred. Jones, Esq, Denbigh Mr Potts and Friend, Manchester Mr Farr, London Mr Maddox, Liverpool Thos. White, Esq, Walsall Miss White, do RHIANVA PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mrs Browning, Proprietress). CLAREMONT PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mrs. Robinson, Proprietress). Pension Edelweiss, Grove Park-Misses Rete- meyer Miss Foster, Edgbaston Miss Hodgson, Southport Miss Stroyan, do G. J. Engall, Esq, Edgbaston, Birmingham Bodnant House—Misses Williams F. N. Clough, Esq, Chester Mrs Clough, baby and nurse, do Trouville-Mdlle Gascoigne Mr Broadbuts, Leicester Malvern Villa, Hawarden Road- Mrs and Miss Edwards, Oswestry J. Edwards, Esq, do Rev and Mrs Kidman, Stockton-on-Tees Miss Kidman, do (LIST OF VISITORS CONTINUED). Spring Grove-Mrs W. H. Thomas J. R. Buxton, Esq, Northampton Mrs Buxton, do Mrs Harry Davis, family and maid, Colwyn Bay Mrs Bill, Colwyn Bay Bangor House, 3, Rhiw Bank Avenue-Mrs Wagstaff A. W. Lucas, Esq, F.G.S., F.R.G.S., Queen's Park, Chester Mrs. A. W. Lucas, do Miss Lucas, do Cardigan House, Greenfield Road-Mrs Hunt Mrs Carr, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire Misses Carr (2), do Ty'n'ryn, Marine Road-Miss Hughes Mr and Mrs Herbert Wild, children and nurse, Crumpsall, Manchester Mrs F. L. Brown, Bowdon Miss J. W. Brown, do Mr Greenhill Bronhyfryd, Wynnstay Road-Mrs Thomas Harland House, Rhiw Road—Mrs Jones 2 Sea View Cottage-Mrs Evans 11 Rhiw Bank Terrace-Mrs Badger Maenan House, Abergele Road-Mrs Roberts Glan Aber, Conway Road-Mrs Auchinleck Heathfield-Mrs Radcliffe Capesthorne, Abergele Road-Mrs Rickard Rhos Abbey-Miss Wilson Morden, Wynnstay Road-Mrs Clarke West Grove, Conway Road-Mrs Grindley The Chestnuts, Marine Road-Mrs Taylor West Leigh Private Boarding House — The Misses Crossley La Plata Villa, Greenfield Road-Miss Moulsdale Villa Marina-Mesdames Hammond & Vivian Delaware Villa, Wynnstay Road—Misses Hughes and Bartley Olive House, East Parade— Craiglands, Hawarden Road- LLANDRILLO-YN-RHOS. Aberhod—Mrs Evans Mr and Mrs Hewitt, Llanrwst Master Vivian Hewitt, governess and maids, do Devon House—Mrs T. Lavers-Morgan Arthur A. Haworth, Esq Mrs Haworth Marshall Rigby, Esq, Bowdon, Cheshire Mrs Rigby, do Dinerth House-Mr Thomas Williams Captain Lawson, Liverpool Rhos and Abbey Houses—Mrs Morgan
FOLLOW A GOOD EXAMPLE! THE COLWYN BAY TOWN BAND QUESTION. Just now the lodging-house-keepers of Colwyn Bay have again the opportunity of doing lasting good or lasting harm to Colwyn Bay's popularity as a summer watering-place, and that right quickly, so that those remaining but this one sea- son more in the above- capacity, will I ealise a handsome profit on their investment. We refer to the Town Band subscriptions, which we learn are coming in fairly, although there is plenty of room for improvement. At the Winter Concerts Com- mittee's meeting last Tuesday night, May 17th, the surplus arising from the 1890—91 and 1891-2 concerts was unanimously voted towards the pur- chase of a covered Band-stand, to be presented to the Local Board, as trustees for the people of Colwyn Bay. This devotion to the town's welfare is a good example, which ought to be followed, largely, extensively and at once Bis dat qui cito dat! The success of the Town Band move- ment means a successful season this year, whereas a failure to have a Town Band will not only drive intending visitors elsewhere, but will also cause many visitors intending a month's outing at the seaside to complete their outing at some place better provided musically than the pleasant town backed by those picturesque PwllycrochanWoods, erelong, it is hoped, to become the inalienable possession of the community. Thus the serious- ness of the matter becomes at once apparent when we state that unless the lodging-house-keepers come forward more heartily with their promises of Band subscriptions, there is serious danger that the idea of a Colwyn Bay Town Band must be seriously crippled-or possibly even lapse al- together-for the season of 1892. On the other hand it should be well understood that a circular has been well-circulated in Colwyn Bav giving all necessary information, and explaining that Mr Alfred Waters has again been appointed Collector of subscriptions this time on behalf of the Town Band contractor, Mr F. N. Scho- field, who contemplates--should the subscriptions warrant it,—coming on June 4th, with eight instrumentalists (one more than at the beginning of the 1891 season) and one vocalist, a second vocalist and additional instrumentalists to be added for August and September, to the extent that public support warrants the strengthening of the Band. The eastern portion of Colwyn Bay will not be deserted by the Band, at any rate at first, but what will happen later will largely de- pend upon the support accorded in that section showing a substantial increase upon 1891, when it was disproportionately low. Rhos, also, will not be neglected. Those who—in answer to the cir- cular—respond with subscriptions, the Band will be enjoined from troubling for subscriptions during the season. Though much more might be said, we should have, in any event, to conclude by ad- vising the Colwyn Bay lodging-house-keepers, those who desire the prosperity of Colwyn Bay's summer season of 1892, to take their pens in their hands and-this year even more than in 1891,— gladden the eyes ofJVIr Alfred Waters by subscri- bing handsomely, according to their respective means, to the Colwyn Bay Town Band Fund, 1892. Those who.don't see Mr Waters early, should not delay their subscriptions, but should pay them into the National Bank of Wales, to the account of the above Fund.
SPECIAL CHOW OF NEW MILLINERY AND FANCY DRAPERY, AT UXBRIDGE HOUSE COLWYN BAY. 162-
COLWYN BAY. Parish Church, Llandrillo.— English Services, 11.0 a.m. Celebration of the Holy Communion at the mid.day service on the Lst Sunday in the month. St. Paul's, Colwyn Bay.—11.0 a.m. and 7.0 p.m. Celebration of the Holy Communion at 8.0 a.m. every Sunday. Celebration at the mid-day service, 2nd Sunday in the month. Service on Wednesday evenings at 7.0. Rev W. Venables- Williams, M.A., Oxon., vicar surrogate. The Rev John Griffiths, M.A., Oxon., and Rev J. H. Astley, M. A., Cantab., curates. Dr. M. Venables. Williams, hon. organist. English Wesley an—St. John's,f'he Avenue.-Next Sunday morning 11.0, evening 6 30, Rev John Judge, Rhyl. Prayer meeting, morning 10.15. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Wednesday evening 7.0., Rev C F. hichardson, L.L.D. English Presbyterian.-Sunday morning, 11.0. even. ing 6.30, Rev. John Edwards (pastor). Wed- nesday evening, 7.0. English Congregational.—Morning, 11.0, evening 7.0. Rev Thomas Lloyd, Pastor. Baptist Chapel (English Services). -Morni n g 11.0. evening, 7.30. Rev. W. Hughes (past-;) Welsh Services: morning, 9.45, evening, 6.0. Sunday School: afternoon, 2.0. THE CUCKOO.-In the Liverpool Daily Post's columns last week, amongst other letters as to the date of the cuckoo's appearance, Mr Thomas Williams of Sea View Crescent, Colwyn Bay, says that he and his wife heard the cuckoo at the much-beloved Flagstaff, Colwyn Bay, on Sunday, 24th ult." THE PRESENTATION OF. A TESTIMONIAL. -At the close of the Service at Engedi, Colwyn Bay, on Sunday evening, Mr Lewis, Eithinog, on the Church's behalf, presented Mr Thomas Williams, of Audley House, Llewelyn Road, with ten volumes of a commentary value £ g 10s, in recog- nition of his past services connected with the Chapel. THE COLWYN BAY SUBWAY.—On Sunday night, there was a fall of part of the masonry holding up the embankment at the Subway approach. The wall fell a distance of twenty feet. The accident, which happened through the foundation giving way, will not—it is stated,—cause any inference whatever with the Subway proper. It is also stated that the works will be completed about the middle of June. FORTHCOMING CONGO TRAINING INSTITUTE MEETINGS.—On Tuesday evening, May 24th, at the Colwyn Bay Baptist Chapel, the annual meet- ing connected with the Congo Training Institute, will be held under the presidency of Alderman R. Cory, J.P., Cardift, and English and Welsh ad- dresses will be delivered by Mr John Smout, of Llanidloes, and by several ministers. This meet- ing will be preceded by an afternoon Conference, to be held at the Institute at half-past two. No MORE COLWYN BAY "WINTER CONCERTS." —The Committee of the Colwyn Bay Winter Concerts having found that latterly the attendance at these enjoyable musical gatherings has greatly decreased, came to the conclusion, at their meet- ing on Tuesday night, May 17th, that their efforts were not appreciated, and decided to discontinue these concerts. A POPULAR CONCERT.—The last of a series of concerts held at Old Colwyn English Baptist Chapel, took place on Monday evening, May 16th. In Mr Lewis's'una\'oidable absence,Mr Brackstone took the chair. Miss Brackstone, Plas y Coed, and Miss Jones, Bryntirion, Colwyn Bay, played the pianoforte duett Bas Blue," in excellent time, reflecting great credit upon their musical instructor, Miss Grafton. Mr Davies followed with a good definition of A Life at Sea." The chorus, "The Flowers," by the Young Ladies' Choir was well given. In the absence of Mr T. Evans Hughes, his son Master Albert Evans Hughes, admirably filled the vacancy with the recitations, The Young Reciter," and I am a little soldier." Song, "Little Frisky," was admir- ably given by Miss E. Frances. A good recitation A Sailor's Yarn (or Told on the Jetty,") was excellently rendered by Mr T. Ormond, who responding to an encore, gave "After Balaclava," which was also enthusiastically received. Miss Grafton, on being asked to favor the audience with a song, answered with "No Sir," and, responding to an encore, gave very effectively "A Summer Shower." The first part of the pro- gramme wound up with a chorus, in the Congoese language, by the Congo boys, who had to re- appear and give another. The second part opened with a pianoforte solo, Dorothy," rendered with much dash by Miss L. Brackstone, followed by a song, Violets," prettily sung by Miss E. Jones and the Choir. Eos Llettv'r Dryw then gave the song "La Marseilaislie," and as the response to the enthusiastic encore, Aldiberon- tiphorscophorniochronohontothologus," and dur- ing these songs every one was as quiet as quiet could be. The acting-song, "The Japanese Fan" was coquetishly given by the young ladies, whose tasteful and graceful attitudinising elicited a hearty encore. The next ptepe, a recitation, The Fireman's Wedding," by Mr T. Ormond was well received. Miss L. Brackstone gave a good rendering of "Children's Voices," the chorus being quietly hummed as a refrain by the Choir. The song, Rigmumbullidemecoime," and its encore, Hen Glogs fy nain," were given by Eos Lletty'r Dryw. The Misses Jones, Brackstone, and Jones,' having played—with excellent preci- sion,—" Bonnie Dundee," on one piano, as a trio, the usual thanks were passed, and the concert wound up with the English National Anthem. Miss Brackstone (who, with her pupils, sustained the greater part of the programme, and who played the accompaniments), taking the lead. The audience was very large and most apprecia- tive. SERVICES AT ST PAUL'S CHURCH. MAY 22ND.-FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. MORNING SERVICE. Venite Ouseley in A. Psalms Robinson in E Flat. Te Deum Lawes, Cooke. Jubilate Crotch in A. Hymns 7, 570, 287. EVENING SERVICE. Psalms Crawlev in F. NS"Di* 1 i«^— Anthem "What are these" Stainer. Sullivan's Light of the World." Hymns 537, 235. THE C.B.C.C.'s FIRST ANNUAL DINNER. The first annual dinner in connection with the Colwyn Bay Cycle Club was held at Moon's Hotel, on Monday, May 16th, those present in- cluding many private members and the following officials: Mr W. H. Hatton (capt.), Mr Thos Homan (sub-capt.), Mr W. P. Clark (treas.), and Mr C. S. R. Godden (sec.) Grace having been said, full justice was done to the following menu (prepared by that celebrated caterer, Mr Moon, Station Road, Colwyn Bav):- M P" NT U. SOUP: Ox Tail. Clair. POISSON: Salmon. A 1'Anglaise. Parsley Sauce. JOINTS: Boeuf Rote. Agneau a la Welsh. Les Pommes de Terre. Rote et Boullon. Chou-fleurs et Petit Pois. Mint Sauce. SWEETS: T LI- a 1 Anglaise. Sauce Eau de Vie. Jellies a 1 Anglaise. Custards. Blanc Mange a la Francais. Compote des Prunes. SALADS. CHEESE. FRUITS. The cloth having at length been removed, the following toasts were given "The Queen and the Royal Family," proposed by the Chairman, and received with musical honors "Health and Success of the C.B.C.C. proposed by the Captain, and received with musical honors; "The Honorary Members," proposed by the Sub-Captain The Officers," proposed by Mr Evans; and The Caterer," proposed by Mr S. Godden. Afterwards the conviviality of the evening was prolonged by some good songs rendered by Messrs E. Dagmar, J. Davies, W. H. Hatton, etc., and a most enjoyable evening closed by the singing in unison of "AuldLang Syne."