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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.tn, on Wednesdays and Fridays, Matins and Litany. St. Aqnes 6.0 p.m. English service. Wesleyan Methodist Cli.tpet.-(Eiiglish Services).— Next Sunday: Morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Kev 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. IOq- CARNARVONSHIRE INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION SCHEME.—On July 30th, at the Guild Hall, Conway, the Conway-cum-Llandudno Inter- mediate Education Local Governing Body held an examination for county scholarships and bursaries. Seven scholarships (of ^10 each) tenable by boys at Friars' School (Bangor), and five (of equal value) tenable by girls at the Car- narvon County School, were competed for. Papers were set for boys in English, arithmetic, history, geography, current events, &c. The papers set for the girls were on the following subjects:—English grammar, including analysis and parsing geography of the British Isles, and arithmetic. The local Secretary is Mr John Owen, Avallon, Llandudno. THE BANGOR DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.—The Rev J. P. Lewis, M.A., Vicar of Conway, is announced as one of the two readers of papers in Euglish, at the Bangor Diocesan Conference to be holden (at Bangor) on August 9th, his subject beinS worded The attitude of the Church to- wards the social movements of the present time, more especially in connextion with the Parish Councils Act." BANGOR COUNTY COURT.—At the County Court holden (on July 30th) at Bangor, before His Honour Judge Horatio Lloyd, the owners of of the schooner Physician of Carnarvon, claimed, from Messrs P. & H. Lewis, timber-merchants, Conway, the baiance of freight on a cargo of cement brought from Rochester to Deganwy. The plaintiffs also claimed for general average contribution for loss of chains and anchors, making tl)e total of the claims C ,29 Ss- 3d. A large number of witnesses were examined on both sides, the defence being that the cement had been dama! .4ed thi-otigh the leal<y state of the vessel.-His honour found for the plaintiffs for £ 13 and costs. Mr Ellis J. Griffith (instructed by Messrs Roberts and Roberts, Carnarvon) was for the plaintiffs, and Mr James Porter (Messrs Wm. Jones & Porter, Conway) appeared for the defendants. THE PAROCHIAL SUNDAY SCHOOL TRIP.— On Monday, July 30th, the Conway Parochial Sunday School left by the 7.2 a.m. train (zia Rhyl and Corwen) for Llangollen, where an enjoyable day was spent, the places-of-interest visited including Valle Crucis Abbey. PlasNewydd and Castell Dinas Bran (where the Union Jack" floated from a recently-erected flagstaff. After attendance at evensong in Llangollen Parish Church, the Conway Sunday School made the best of their way to the railway-station, whence they departed, about 8 o'clock, on a homeward journey lasting some three bours or so. THE VALE OF CONWAY CONGREGATIONALISTS. -Od Thursday evening. July 26th, the annual meeting of the Sunday School Union of the Vale of Conway and District Congregationalists, was held at Zion Chapel, Conway. The Rev W. E. Jones (Penllyn), Colwyn, presided over a large and representative gathering. It was decided to hold a grand musical Cymanva of the Choirs of the Churches of the Union, at Colwyn Bay, on Monday, May 13th, 1895. Mr T. Glyndwr Richards, Pontycymmer, was selected as Con- ductor. The subjects of the Scriptural examina- tions were chosen, and the Revs D. Olliver (Holywell) and James Charles (Denbigh) were appointed examiners for the year. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Chairman, the Rev C. Williams, Penmaenmawr Treasurer, Mr Thomas Williams, Colwyn Bay Secretary, Mr T. M. Jones, Conway. THE WELSH CONGREGATIONAL UNION.—In connection with the Welsh Congregational Union's meetings in Cardiff, last Saturday's Cardiff Times contains a number of portraits of past and present well-known Welsh Congregationalists, included among them being the late "J. R." (Rev John Roberts, Llanbrynmair), who spent in Conway the latter days of a life of service to the best interests of humanity.