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COLWYN BAY.

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CONWAY. Parish Church (Sunday Services): 8.0 a.m. Celebration of the Holy Communion. 9.45 a.m.' Welsh service. 11.15 a.m. English service. 6.0 p.m. Welsh service. 8.0 a.m on Mondays, Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, Matins. 10.30 a.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays, Matins and Litany. St. Aqnes: 6.0 p.m. English service. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.-(Finglisb Services).— Next Sunday: Morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Eev S. Swithenbank, Tranby. A GOOD PLACE FOR BOOTS.—For the best and cheapest of all classes of Boots and Shoes go to Joseph Jones, Berry Street, Conway. Best Shop for repairing. adv. i oc)- EDUCATIONAL. — For the scholarships examina- tion (under the Intermediate Education Act) at Conway next Monday, 24 candidates (18 boys and 6 girls) have enterred. Mr Owen, Principal of the Carnarvon School. will be the examiner. The Conway-cum-Llandudno Governing Body offer six scholarships of £ 10 each for boys and 5 girls. THE CONGREGATIONALIST PASTORATE.—Last Sunday, July 22nd, it was announced at the Seion Chapel, Conway, that the Rev T. D. Jones (of Bootle) had accepted the invitation to the pastor- ate, and would commence his ministry there on the fourth Sunday in September. THE I.O.R. (CONWAY CASTLE TENT).—On Thuisday evening, July 19th, the Conway Castle Tent of the Independent Order of Rechabites held their quarterly meeting at the Guild Hall, Conway, the Chief Ruler (Alderman Hugh Hughes) presiding, and an address was delivered by Mr Oldman (Llandudno), Hon. Secretary of the Conway District. After some discussion upon various items of private business-4he meeting adjourned.—On Tuesday evening, July 24th, at the adjourned meeting, the Deputy Ruler (Mr T. W. Hughes) in the chair after rouliue business had been transacted, the officers for the ensuing half-year N-. ere elected (by ballot) as follow:— Chief Ruler, Mr T. W. Hughes; Deputy Ruler, Mr Thomas Jones; Past Chief Ruler, Alderman Hugh Hughes; Hon. Sec. (re-elected), Mr W. J. Roberts Assistant Hon. Sec. (re-elected), Mr Henry Lloyd; Hon. Treasurer (re-elected), Mr Pierce P. Williams; Book Stewaid, Mr Benjamin Evans; Cash Steward, Mr William Williams (Llandudno Junction); Levite, Mr Moses Jones; Chief Ruler's Supporters, Mr T. M. Jones and Councillor J. P. Griffiths. THE TABERNACLE BAND OF HOPE.-The mem- bers of the Welsh Wesleyan Band of Hope gave a special concert at the Tabernacle Chapel, Conway, on Tuesday evening, July 24th, Mr Thomas Jones (Toxer House) presiding, and songs, recitations, and choruses, were attractively rendered by the Band of Hope Choir, and by several members, namely, the Misses Annie Jones, G. P. Davies, Lizzie Oliver, Helena Curry, F. M. Jones, M. E. Hughes, and Catherine J. Edwards, The accompaniments were played by Miss C. M. Jones and Mr T. W. Hughes. For the best essays on the Book of Esther, prizes were presented to Miss C. M. Jones and Miss M. E. Hughes, who took first and second prizes respectively, Mr Robert Jones ("Gwespyr") adjudicating. LADIES' WASHING COMPETITIONS IN CONWAY CASTLE.—Next Wednesdayafternoon, August 1st, Mr J. E. Conway-Jones will preside, at Conway Castle, on the occasiou of a tea-meeting and grand entertainment, two ladies' washing com- petitions being included in the day's doings, the proceeds of which go towards the WelshWesJeyan Bazaar Fund. A LOCAL WILL.-Probate of the will of Mr William Williams, deceased, of the late firm of Williams & Mustoe, Llandudno, has been granted to the executors, Mr John Williams, of Bron- heulog, Liandudno Junction, and Mrs Mustoe, of Bryn Eglwys, Llandudno, and the gross value has been sworn at ^4896 2S 9d. The testator bequeaths the whole of his property in equal shares between the said Mr John Williams and Mrs Mustoe, and Miss Elizabeth Williams (brother and sisters), and Mr Thomas Jones, of Bron- heulog, nephew of the deceased.

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