Mr and Mrs Elt, Sparkbrook, do Mr W. Hall, do Misses Cotterill, West Bromwich Mr C. J. Cotterill, do Mr F. W. Cotterill, do Mr J. W. R. Bache, Mosley Lyndhurst—Mr Underwood (private) Plas Maelgwyn—Mr F. Madren (private) Brynymor—Miss Owen Mr John Findlay, Liverpool Mr A. Brees, do Mrs Edwards Miss Edwards Misses Thomas Avondale— Rhoslan Mr T. Evans-Hughes (private) Salop house-Mrs E. Jones Davies Mr and Mrs Bowker, Doncaster Masters Bowker, do Miss Bowker, do Mrs Manson, Edinburgh Miss Moneypenny, do Miss Forrester and maid, do Cedarville—Mrs Owen Miss Davidson Mrs Blake-Foster Mr Reed, Blacbburn Miss Reed, do Miss Bordley, do Windycroft- Mr and Mrs Veitch and family, Princes Road, Liverpool J. Allen, Esq, Liscard Mrs Allen, do Misses Evans, Wolverhampton Miss Wrig'ht, do Waterloo house—Mr Evans, con- tractor H ouse—Mrs Evans Mr W. H. Shepperd, Colwyn Bay Mrs Shepperd, do Miss Phipps, Birmingham Mrs Barlett, do Miss Barlett, do Miss Waterton, Bent Hale, Shrop- shire Miss Lillie Waterton, do Mr Booth, Oswestry Miss Bertha Booth, Oswestry Rhiw Bank Terrace. I—Mr Aitken (private) 2-Mr Thomas Schofield Mr and Mrs Schofield, Moseley, near Manchester 3-Miss Evans Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Birmingham Miss Smith 4—Mrs Mallam 5— 6— Mr and Mrs Bowen. Northenden, Cheshire 7—Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Smith, Harbourne, Birmingham Mrs Mitchell, Salford Miss Mitchell, do Mr Lawrance, do 8-Mrs J. Williams Mr and Mrs Holmes and family, Handsworth wood, Birmingham 9-Mrs Scholes Mr and Mrs Barton, Manchester ;■■■■ Master Robert Barfon, do Master John Barton, do Master Alfred Barton, do Miss Gillespie, do Mr Handcock, Hanley Miss Handcock, do Miss Spekeman, do Mr Perry, do lo-Miss Jones Mrs and Miss Ellis, Liverpool Mrs H. Ingles Davis, Olton, War- wickshire Miss M. Adeline N. Davis, do Master H. Ingles Davis, do Miss F. Thirgood, do Miss Pain, London Mr and Mrs Lawrence and iamily, Acock's Green Miss Wilson, do II-Mrs Badger Mr and Me Nuttall and family, Liverpool Mr Hunter, do 12—Mrs Good Mr and Mrs Holt, 2 children and nurse, Birkenhead Mr Ridgeway, Dudley Misses Ridgeway I3-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Twyford, Stoke Misses Twvford. do 14-Mrs H. Woodiwiss Mrs Worseley, Altrinchan Mr and Mrs Bainton, Prestwich Masters Bainton, do Mr and Mrs Roberts, Birkenhead Miss Roberts, do Mrs Shakespeare, do Meirion Gardens Tandderwen-Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Edwards, Tal-y-bont Mr Pierce Edwards, do Miss Edwards, do John Edwards, Esq., J.P., Gerlan, Bethesda Mrs Edwards, do Miss Edwards, do Master Edwards, do Nurse Hughes, Guy's Hospital, London Llwvnderw- Ellerscroft—Miss Davies Mr and Mrs Turnbull and family, Manchester Mr O. Turnbull, do Miss Calvert, Bishop Aukland Mr Jakers, Leeds Bodnant house-Misses Williams Mrs Wareham, Stoke-on-Trent Miss E. H. Wareham, do Mr T. Dean Wareham, do Mr Ralph H. Wareham, do Mrs Forrester, Longton, Staffs. Misses Forrester, do Mr Forrester, do Avenell house—Mr Walker (private) Primrose villa--Miss Parsons Miss Walton, Brierley Hill Mrs Lloyd, Handsworth, B'ham Mrs Parsons, do Miss Tibbiits, do Miss Elsie Tibbits, do Miss Fannie Bishop, do Mr Frank Parsons, do Master Victor Parsons, do Mr Fred Parsons, do W. Parsons, Esq, do Ocean view—Mr Greenfield Miss Thomas, Ardwick, M'chester Miss Podmore, do Mr and Mrs Willis and family, Eton Park Miss Willis, do Trefgarne-(private) Bryn Meirion-- Nil Desperanciiim -(private) Melita—Mrs Newell (private) Rhivvlas—Mrs Highfield (private) Grove Park. Pension Edelweiss-Misses l Retemeyer 3-- Bryntirion—Mr T. Jones (private) Glasgrig house—Mr E. Mills Mr and Mrs Davies, family and maid, Duffield, Derbyshire Miss Mason, Derby Miss Morse, do Mrs Hyde Parker and 2 children, do Grove cottage—Mr Morris Mr and Mrs Preble aud maid, Sydenham, London Arnesby—-Mrs Waterhouse (private) Fairholme-Mr Jeffries (private) Somerville—Mr Ed. Allen (private) Hazelwood-Mrs Griffiths Mr John Scholes, Heaton Park Mrs Scholes, do Llys Blodwen-Mr D. Roberts Mr and Mrs Sawers, Watford Miss Sawers, do Master S. Sawers, do Master Sawers, do Disgynfa-Mrs Kettle Miss Telford, Manchester Miss A. Telford, do Melrose cottage—Mrs Stevenson Mr and Mrs Tilbrook and friend London Bro Llewelyn— Tirionva—;Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Coppack, Manchester Miss B. Coppack, Longsight, do Belgrave Road. Lansdowne house—Mr W. Edwards Miss Lawson, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Atkinson, M'chester Llys Arvon—Mrs Williams Bryn Elian-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs T. A, Hinchcliff, Worcester The Glyn— Derwen—Rev J. Edwards (private) house—Dr Russell, M.B., B.A., (private) Woodleigh—Miss Roberts (private) Cystenyn vjlla-Mrs W. Roberts Col Hesketh, Bolton Mrs Hesketh, family and maid, do MLirivance- Brookfield—Mr Crawford (private) Limefield—Miss Salter Newsham house—Miss Juckes Mrs Harley, London Misses Harley, do A. F. Harley, Esq, do Mrs J. H. Baynes, Buxton Master P. H. Baynes, do Miss C. M. Bavnes, do Mr Carstairs, do Miss Gilbert, Waterloo Miss J. Gilbert, do Cavendish house-Miss Kirby Mr and Mrs Hinchliffe, Leeds Miss Hinchliffe, do Miss Watson and party, Coventry Sefton hotise--Miss Harris Mr and Mrs Handley, family and maid, Birmingham Spring grove—Mr E. Roberts Miss Holder, Longton Miss Beatrice Walchester, do Mr E. Gwynn and family, Bir- mingham Miss F. Gwvnn, do Mr A. Gwynn, do Miss M. Mason, do Mrs Gwynn (sen.), do Brooklands, Sliop-Messi-s Lidbetter and Longmaid, grocers House-Mrs Lidbetter (private) Erskine Road. Sunny Lea—Mrs Cartmell Mrs Tanfield and family, Dudley Mrs Giglio and family, Alexandria, Egypt Miss Preece, Dudley Gwernhaylod—Mr Phillips (private) Lawson Road. Wern villa—Mrs Roberts Abbey grove-Mrs Burwell Mr T. Spencer, Crewe Mrs Eidsforth, Eccles, Manchester Miss Eidsforth, do Master W. Eidsforth, do Mr Eidsforth, do Mr Carlton, London Mr Pearson, Bradford Miss Firth, do Mr Armour, Birmingham Beechwood—Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Rollaston, family and maids, Dudley Mr and Mrs Baldwin, Hudders- field Miss May Baldwin, do Trigfa—Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Sagar and family, Leeds Misses Bowlby, London Wraxall- Morley villa-Miss Maurice Misses Earp, Birmingham Misses Tropman, do Mrs Wright and party, London Hurst Green-Mrs Hurst Misses Woodroffe (2), Todmorden Mr and Mrs Hartland, Birmingham Misses Young (3), Manchester Miss Muriel Winstanley, do Miss Mildred Winstanley, do Miss Jessie Winstanley, do Mrs and Miss Haddock, Leigh, Lancashire Misses Souther (2), Birmingham Glen Bank—Miss Archley (private) g-Mrs Voute (private) Cornelyn-Mr Wood W. Healey, Esq & family, Saltord Rev F. Anthony, O.S.F.C., Pant- asaph Dinglewood Schoo] Glenroy-Dr Phillips (private) Plymouth villa-Mrs Williams Miss Chapman, Eastbourne W. S. Buchanan, Esq Mrs Buchanan Miss Buchanan Mr and Mrs Hefford and family, Croydon Tudno villa-Mr Nicholson (private) H i,-h field-- v T. Lloyd (private) Ducie Lodge—Mrs Frost Mr and Mrs Bladon and child, Birmingham Capt Holmes, Liverpool Mrs Holmes and family, do Miss Solven, Swindon Mrs and Master Kisby, Hyde y Wave Crest—The Misses Lever Mr Jones, Manchester T. Holmes, Esq, Sharpies, near Bolton Mrs Holmes, do Master Arthur Holmes, do Master Ernest Holmes, do F. W. Cook, Esq, Sparkbrook, Birmingham Mrs Cooke, do Miss Cross, Birmingham Miss F. Cross, do Ellersclale- TheSycamores-Mr Jeffries (private) Denham Lodge Mrs Rowlands (private) C Mr Brookes, solicitor Brook Lea—Miss Biggs (private) Y.M.C.A. Holiday Home Roslyn--Miss Carlyle Mrs Arnold, Liverpool Misses Arnold (2), do Mr Arnold, do East Parade. Beach house- Torwood house—Mrs H. Groves Mrs Large, Leamington W. Large, Esq, do Miss Large, do Robert J. Stirling, Esq, C.E., Dublin Mrs R. J. Stirling, do Arthur Stirling, Esq, L.L.B., do Miss Florrie Stirling, do Miss May Stirling, do Miss Clay, do Miss M. Clay, do Mrs Shepherd, do Mr and Mrs Cantrell, Kingstown, Co. Dublin Miss Cantrell, do Miss Porte, London Mr and Mrs ProJd, Glenagurey, Co. Dublin Masters E. and G. Proud, do Miss Gladys Proud, do Miss Welsh, Rathmines, do. Mr NV, m. Hemus, Westdown, Sparkbrook, Birmingham Arvon hotise-Miss Hughes Rev J. P. Cort, Sale Vicarage, Cheshire Mrs Cort, family and maid. do Mr and Mrs Herman Mason, Chorlton-cum-Hardy Master F. H. Mason, do Master A. H. Mason, do Miss Freda Mason, do Miss Doris Mason, do Miss Mason, do Rev G. H. Garrett, Liverpool Mrs Garrett, family and maid, do Mrs Nevill and family, Burton-on- Trent Mr and Mrs Dyche and child, do Miss Moore, do Mr W. H. Smith, do Mr S. H. Slatter, Hereford Olive house-Miss Roberts Mr & Mrs Davies, 4 children and maid, Chorlton-cum-Hardy Miss Middlewood, do Pendorlan villa-Mrs O. Lloyd Mrs Gardner and family, Birining- ham Misses Hughes, Manchester Master Willie Hughes, do Master Johnnie Hughes, do Mr Watt and family, London Railway Terrace. I--Mr W. Alldis Greenfield Road. Plas Eirias- Miss Ella Heaven, London Mr and Mrs Crichton, New Brigton Master Douglas Crichton, do Master Alexander Crichton, do Master Robert Crichton, do Miss Burwell Mr and Mrs Breslauer and family, Fallowfield, Manchester Miss Ella Headen, London Mrs Royle, Fallowfield, M'chester Mr Miller, New Brighton La Plata-Miss Moulsdale T. A. Bennett, Esq, Ardwick, Manchester Mrs Bennett, family & 2 maids, do Mrs Hutchinson, family and two nurses, Prestwich Conescliffe-Miss A. Moulsdale Ferdinand Smallpiece, Esq, Guildford, Surrey Mrs Smallpiece, family & maid, do Jerrold Smallpiece, Esq, do Mr and Mrs Hart and family, Derby Mrs Jerum, do Cardigan house—Mrs Hunt E. W. Floyd, Esq, Perry Barr The Misses Floyd, Acock's Green C. Grimley, Esq, Cheltenham Mr and Mrs Wm. Vestey, family and maids, Freshfield Heath Bank-Miss E. Jones Copeland Walker, Esq, Stoke-on- Trent Mrs Walker, do Miss Walker, do J. E. Piercy, Esq, do Misses Piercy (2), do Chesterfield-Miss Wright Rev J. D. Jones, Lincoln Mrs Jones, baby and nurse, do Major Riley, Leamington Mrs Riley and maid, do Miss Riley, do Miss E. Riley, do Miss M. Riley, do Mrs Knight, do Master G. Riley, do Miss Briggs, Huddersfield Misses Crossleys (2), do Master Crossleys, do Richmond house—Mrs Berry Mrs Dawes, Mears-Ashly, North- a mptonshire Rev and Mrs J. Hampston, baby and nurse, St Michael's College, Tenbury Mrs Lilley, Leicester Miss Odams, do Mr and Mrs Gamble, Woolton, Liverpool Mrs Stone-Wigg, 3 children and governess, South Kensington Alpha house-Mrs Waters Major Barker, Leamington Mrs Barker and family, do Mr and Mrs Sykes and family, Yorkshire Mr Sykes, do Marlborough house—Mrs Redding Miss Irvine, West Bromwich W. Lord, Esq, Oakleigh, near Manchester Mrs Lord and family, do Mr and Mrs Butterworth, do H. W. Todd, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Todd, do Misses Todd, do Miss Moss, do L. E. Todd, Esq, do H. Todd, Esq, do H. E. Heys, Esq, Altrincham Mrs Heys and family, do Glan Neivion—The Misses Roberts Mr and Mrs Mather and family, Manchester II. Moss, Esq, C.E., Cambridge Glendale-Miss Wells Mr and Mrs Evans, 3 children and 2 maids, Walsall Miss Hansor, do DLIlas house- Fern Lea- Thornleig-h-Mrs Gaskell Miss Bagshaw Bing-ham, The Hall, Hope, Derby Mrs Hall, Oak House, Withington Master Hall, do Miss Pierce, London Miss Kirkpatrick, do Mr Lawlor, do Kersal house-Mrs Parry James Armitage, Esq, Wakefield, Yorks Mrs Armitage and family, do Miss Blunt Shrewsbury Messrs Blunt, do James Robinson. Esq, J. P., Bolton Mrs Robinson, do Master Robinson, do Pine Hurst—Mrs Crump (private) Bodafon—Miss Owen Miss Field, London Mrs Benziger, Switzerland J. Camenisch, Esq, Sefton Park, Liverpool Mrs Camenisch, family, and 2 maids, do Drayton villa-Mrs Mason J. Brookshaw, Esq, Eccles Mrs Brookshaw and family, do Trevor House—Miss Worthington Mrs Thomas, Oxford Misses Thomas (2). do Misses Lambert (2), Egremont Riverdale—Misses Evans Mr F. Painter, London Mrs F. Painter, do Master S. Painter, do Mr J. Titley, do Mrs J. Titley, do Miss Titley, do St. Piran's—Mrs and the Misses Wadsworth Mr and Mrs B raith wa ite, West Bromwich Mr A. E. G. Braithwate, do Miss Braithwaite, do Miss Irvine, do Miss Gilloch, London Mr and Mrs Thrift, Brighton, Leicester Misses Thrift, do Master Thrift, do \L Mr and Mrs Lee, Birmingham Master Lee and maid, do Glanconway villa—Mrs Davies Misses Dennis (2). Chester Misses Griffin (2), London Abbeyville-Mrs Rowley Mr and Mrs Hanson and family, London Miss Big-gs Mr and Mrs W. Kirkham and family, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Evans and family, do Smedley house—Mrs Rowbottom Mrs and Miss Makin, Birkenhead Mrs and Miss Donally, M'chester Miss A. C. Chatham, Liverpool Mrs J. Catlow, do Mr and Mrs Bostock and grand- daughter, Manchester Mr, Mrs and Miss Gray, do Mr C. Connolly, Manchester Mr James Heaton, Eccles Mr Ted Heaton, do Mr J. Sherwood, do Mr J. Taylor, do Mrs Dowd, Seacombe Miss F. L. Chatham, Liverpool Miss N. Priday, Manchester Mr J. M. Morris, do Capt Beaumont Mr R. Jones, Manchester Mr W. E. Jones, do Mr G. Melville, do Mr and Mrs Lingard. do Miss Lingard, do Mr A. Benson, Stoke-on-Trent Mr and Mrs Oldfield, Stretford Miss Oldfield, do Mr R. Oldfield, do Miss Atkin, do Mr Oldfield do Welsh Wesleyan Chapel (Shilo) Elian house—Mrs Jones Miss Montel, London Miss L. E. Montel, do Miss Davenport, Pendleton, Man. Chester Miss Simminster, do Grove Road. Rose villa-Mrs Davies Miss Grimley, King's Heath, Worcestershire Miss R. Grimley, do Miss M. B. Grimley, do Miss E. Grimley, do Harry C. Whitley, Esq, Didsbury Mrs H. C. Whitley, do Master Whitley, do Master L. G. M. Whitley, do Wrekin villa—Mrs Exell Mrs Bayley, St. Anne's-on-the-Sea Miss Bayley, do Miss Orton, do Ashton villa Mrs H. Hughes (private) Ruyton villaMrs Baker Mr and Mrs Hudson, Birmingham Miss Hudson, do Misses Harley (2) do Severn cottage—Mrs Collins Mrs Ensor, King's Norton Miss F. Ensor, do Baby and nurse do Mrs Ph. Teall, Washwood Heath Road, Birmingham Miss Lily Teall, do Miss Ethel Teall, do Master Mathew Teall, do Hawthorn cottage—Mrs Hughes Caradoc villa-Alrs Senter Mrs Thomas and family, Liverpool Easton villa—Mrs Jones Abbey villa- Monton villa—Mrs A. Hughes Mrs Coap and family, Manchester Misses Colling Mr Colling Miss McLean Bay View Road. Fern bank—Mrs Roberts Mr Edmondson, Aintree, Liverpool Mrs Edmondson and family, do Rev E. Anning, Oldberry Miss Aniiiilg, do Mr & Mrs Bland, family & nurse, Kehale Clwyd villa-Mrs E. Jones Mr and Mrs Bennett and family, Wolverhampton Mr & Misses Taylor, Lancashire Miss Salmon and friends, Wolver- hampton Glandwr-Mrs R. Jones Misses Hancocks, Wolverley, near Kidderminster Mr and Mrs Burrell and family Mrs and Miss Monckton Misses Gaskell (3) Osborne house-Mr T. Williams D. P. Davies, Esq, J.P., Aberdare Mrs Davies and family, do Mrs Padday and family, Hyde Park, London Mr Heslop, Sandbach School Mrs Heslop, children & nurse, do -Miss Smith, Cheshire The Limes-Misses Williams Mr and Mrs G. Clarke, baby and nurse, Liverpool Mr and Mrs English, Basford Convalescent Home—Miss Symons Miss Bown, Woolton Master Alfred Haywood, do Mrs Lee Oxford house- Rev G. M. Troughton, Higher Bebington Vicarage, Cheshire Mrs Troughton, do Misses Troughton, do Miss Willis, Beckenham, Kent Mrs Osborne, Haughton, Shifnal, Shropshire Master Allan Osborne, do Master Wilfred Osborne, do Mrs Stevens, family and maid, Shifnall, do Clifton house-The Misses Green Mrs Gee, family & party, London Mr and Mrs Tippins, Manchester Mr Tippins, do Miss Roughsedge, Birkenhead Devon House—Miss Davies H. Hearn, Esq, Burton-on-Trent Mrs Hearn and family, do Mr and Mrs Halstead, B'ham Mr and Priday, Gloucester Mr F. N. Gammidge, Leominster Master H. W. Gammidge, do Olive house-Mrs Roberts Mrs Hooley and family, Stockport Mrs Capewell, Binmingham Miss Capewell, do Mrs Hughes, do Mr & Mrs Wood, Heaton Chapel Paur, Esq, and family Sea View Crescent. Shop—Mr C. Chaplin, photographer Central Chambers- Office, Mr F. Nunn, solicitor Telephone Company Dore house—Miss Davies Mr and Mrs Dyer, Halifax Mr and Mrs Ball, Liverpool Gronant house—Mr Jones (private) Glanavon-Mr Jones Mr Major and family, Birkenhead Daisy Bank—Mrs R. Parry Sea View Terrace. 16—Mrs W. Roberts Misses Whitehead (2), Ashton- under-Lyne Mr Whitehead, do Stanford house—Mrs Chas. Jones Miss Mallalieu, Heaton Chapel Miss Lillie Mallalieu, do Master Joe Mallalieu, do Master Frank Mallalieu and nurse, do East Lynne—Mrs P. Lunt Mr and Mrs Marsden, Preston Mrs Simpson, Manchester Miss Jones, do 13-Mrs Jones Mr Gray, Warrington Miss Gray, do Master Gray, do 12-Mrs Davies Mr & Mrs Whitehead, M'chester Miss Whitehead, do Miss Gladys Whitehead, do Mr George Whitehead, do Master Gerald Whitehead, do Miss Crossland, Huddersfield Miss Ruth Crossland, do Mr McGinty, Manchester Seymour house- Mr McLauchlan, Coventry Mrs McLauchlan, do Miss Daisy McLauchlan, do Miss Winnie McLauchlan, do Master Fred McLauchlan, do Miss Katie McLauchlan, do Ashford house—Mrs Evans 9-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Spriggs and baby, Derby Mr and Mrs Goldstraw, Hanley Messrs Goldst raw, do 8-Mr Parry-Evans (private) Nantllys-Mrs Davies 6-Mrs Lloyd-Jones 5-Mrs Parry Mrs and Miss Graham, Great Crosby 4-Mrs Roberts Mrs and Miss R. H. Abell, Staple- ton, Hinckley 3-Mrs Bowen Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Moss Side, Manchester Master Horace Lloyd, do Miss Annie Lloyd, do Mr Ford, Wolverhampton Miss Ford, do Miss D. 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COLWYN BAY. SUNDAY SERVICES. Parish Church, Llandrillo.—English Services, 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Welsh Service, 9.30 arc. Mid-day Celebration of the Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday in the month. Rev W. Venables Williams, M.A. Oxon., Vicar Surrogate. Mr. Bernard, Organist. This interesting Old Church, built in the 13th century, is 1 mile from Colwyn Bay, on the Llandudno Road. St. Paul's Church, Colwyn Bay.-AIl Seats are free. English Services: (Sundays) 8 a.m., Holy Com- munion 11 a.m., Service and Sermon 3.30 p.m., Litany (except on the last Sunday in the month, when there is a Children's Service at 3.0 p.m.) 7.0 p.m., Service and Sermon; Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Welsh Services 10.0 a.m., Service and Sermon in Mission Room; Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.; 6.0 p.m., Service and Sermon in Mission Room. (Week-days) Daily Services at 11.0 a.m. and 7.0 p.m.; Holy Communion on Saints' Days, after the 11.0 a.m. Service, and on Thursdays. Sermon on Wednesday nights. Singing Practice on Friday nights at 7.30 p.m. Children's Meeting on Mondays at 6 p.m. The Clergy: The Rev Canon Roberts, B.A., Vicar. The Rev Meredith J. Hughes, F.R.H.S., and the Rev J. H. Astley, M.A., Curates. English Wesleyan—St. John's,J'he Avenue.—Next Sunday morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Rev. F. W. Macdonald, of Brixton. Prayer meeting morning 10.15. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Wednesday evening, 7.0. English Presbyterian. — Next Sunday morning, 11.0.; evening, 6.30, Rev. Dr. Thain Davidson. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Monday evening, 6.1 5, Band of Hope. Wednesday week-evening- service, 7.0. Thursday evening, 7.0, Young People Bible Class; 7.45, Y. P. S Christian lgndeavour. Rev Thain Davidson, D.D. English Congregational'—Morning, 11.0, evening 7.0. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Monday evening, 7.30, Christrian Endeavour Society. Every Tuesday, 3.15, United Meeting for the promotion of Scriptural Holiness. Wednesday evening, 7.30. Rev J. D. Jones, IVI.A., B.D., of Lincoln. English Kaptist Church.-Next Sunday morning, 11.0; evening, 6.30. All seats free. Rev. H. Davis, of Halifax. Sunday School, after- noon, 2 30. Wednesday evening, at 7.30, Prayer and Bible Reading; all are cordially invited, presided over by the Rev H. T. Cousins, F.K.G.S., Pastor. Society of Friends.—Meeting for Worship, every First Day (Sunday) morning, at 11.15, at a ruom in Central Buildings, facing Station Road, Colwyn Bay. Open to the Public and Visitors. Congo in stitute.- Divine Services, Sunday, 11.0 a.m.; anti 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Tuesday evening, a Prayer Meeting at 7. Services will be conducted by the Director, one of the Tutors, or some other Minister. All are cordially invited. Visiting hours for friends and visitors every week day, from 2.30 to 3 30. THIS EVENING'S EXPECTED "SHOOTING STARS." Under date of August 7th, 1894, the Rev G. E. Bowker, Coed Pella Road, Colwyn Bay, writes:— "It may interest some of your readers to know that on the night of the ioth, of this month, (Friday.) our planet, in its orbit, breaks through one of the groups of meteors scattered in the space comprised by the Solar System, and, in consequence, a display of "shooting stars" may be expected. The radiant-point is in the con- stellation Perseus, which is a little below the constellation Cassiopeia. Peruses rises in the north-east about ten o'clock on the night named. The shower is sometimes called the "stream," or "burning tears" of St. Lawrence. St. Lawrence (whose day in the Roman calendar is August ioth), according to the legends concerning him, was born at Huesca, in Spain, and became a deacon in the early Church. During the persecution of the Emperor Valerian, being summoned before the Praetor as a Christian, and being called on to deliver up the treasures of the Church, he pro- duced the poor and the sick, who were his special charge; and, on his persisting in his refusal to sacrifice, he was condemned to be broiled on a gridiron. The probable date of the martyrdom is 258. To him is dedicated the Escurial (the Royal Palace and Mausoleum of Spain), which is said to be planned to represent a gridiron." PRESENTATION TO THE HON. SEC. OF THE LAWN TENNIS CLUB.—On Tuesday, Aug-ust 7th, an interesting- little ceremony took place on the grounds of the Lawn Tennis Club, Old Colwyn, namely, the presentation of a handsome case with pipes, to Lieut. Whitle, the amiable and most energetic Hon. Sec. of the Tennis Club, on the eye of his departure tor Terax, as a small token of respect wherein he is held, and of the Club's appreciation of the most valuable services rendered by him in the capacity of Secretary. The presentation was made, on behalf of the members of the Club, by Mr M. Wilks, of Gorphwysfa, who, in a few well-chosen words, expressed great regret at Lieut. Whitle's departure, and wished him every success, happiness and prosperitv.- This was supported by the Vicar.-Lieut. Whitle in a "few appropriate words thanked the members of the Club. COLWYN BAY AND ABERGELE PETTY SESSIONS. COLWYN BAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4TH.-Before the Rev W. Venables-Williams (chairman); A. O. Walker, Esq.; John Lewis, Esq,; T. G. Osborn, Esq. W. Oldfield, Esq.; J. Duncan Miller; and Lewis Morgan, Esq. CRUELTY TO AN ASS. John Morris the elder, of Colwyn Bay, and his son, John Morris the younger, were charged, by Inspector Pocock (R.S.P.C.A.), respectively with L -u_
THE I ?\" STEAMERS I "ST. GEORGE," and the" NEW ST. GEORGE," Weather and other causes permitting, are intended to run 011 one of the mosb beautiful rivers in Wales, between DEGANWY, CONWAY, AND TREFRIW, And the Mineral Springs in the Vale of Llanrwst, as under: — AUGUST Leaves Leaves Bet. from Deganwy Conway Trefriw 10 Friday 4 30 p.m. 4 45 p.m. G 25 p.m.f 11 Saturday 5 45 6 0 — 7 45 f 13 Monday 7 50 a.m. 8 0 a.m. 9 30 a.in.f 14 Tuesday 8 45 — 8 50 — 10 30 — 15 Wednesday. 9 5 — 9 20 — 11 15 — 16 Thursday 9 50 10 0 — 11 50 — 17 Friday 10 0 1015 — 12 28 p.m. FARES: Fore End, 1/ Cabin and Deck, 1/6; Return, 2/6. NOTE.—The Steamers will start from the Landing Stage, at the North end of Conway Quay, and on their return will proceed as far as Deganwy, except those marked* fDoubt- ful if Steamers will reach Trefriw.—Fares according to distance.
Perilous Adventures of Five Volunteers. On Bank-Holiday, Captain Strick (of the 1st Salop and Staffordshire Artillery Volunteers, now encamped at Maesdiit midway between Deganwy and Llandudno) was in command of a sig-nal-party of four engaged in fixing targets, for artillery practice, on the sandbanks at the mouth of the Conway River. The tide at the time was out, but turned while the party were engaged, and the five Volunteers were tide-surrounded before they were aware of the tide's rapid ingress along a deep channel which was situate between them and the shore, but which had run nearly dry at low-tide. They noticed their danger at last,^ and then they made numerous signals of dis- tress, by gesticulating, waving their coats Their perilous position was observed by a carriage-driver on the Great Ormes- head Marine Drive, who hastened to Llandudno to inform Police-Sergeant Rowland. That energetic officer at once hurried to the shore of St. George's Bay, and requisitioned a pleasure-boat which he caused to be taken overland, across the isthmus, on a town-porter's horse-cart. On reaching- the Conway Bay shore, Sergeant Rowland observed that the Volunteers were being rescued, by a boat from Deganwyi shortly after the water had covered the sandbank. Meanwhile) a very painful excitement had been caused at Deganwy, about a couple of miles away, when the rising tide had partially covered the batik and thrown the figures of the wanderers in to relief. The first man to appreciate the Im- minence of the peril in which the Volunteers were placed was Joseph Jones, a well-known and justly-esteemed boat-man 01 Deganwy. His first action was to rush to a dwelling-house at hand which commands a view of the bank, and to obtain a binocular glass. Bv this he was enabled to perceive that the party were entirely cut off, and, moreover, that, although a boat and boatmen were understood to be retained for the Use of the Volunteer camp, neither was within reach. Wit" praiseworthy promptitude, Jones at once returned to t Deganwy beach, and, shouting as he ran, was joined by three other boatmen, namely, Edward Brooks. John Davies, a11" Edward Roberts,. They put off in a boat and commenced to pull out to the rescue against the heavy flood-tide then running up the river. Their progress was anxiously watched by both the residents of the place and the large number of holiday visitors, and it was with great relief that the onlookers observed that the rescuers, straining every nerve, were ablet3 stem the current and make way fairly rapidly towards the bank. Soon afterwards, another boat put off. The V oun- teers were rescued only just in time, for the water had rise11 over the bank and covered their shoe-tops. Only one, It IS stated, could swim, and it is doubtful whether he could have covered the considerable distance which lay between the bank and the shore. The boatmen were much complimented upon their humanity and energy. The episode serves again to point the necessity of notice-boards being placed on the shore at the mouth ot the Conway, warning pedestrians of the, danger of crossing to the bank. Many lives have been lost "J a precisely similar way, one of the most painful tragedies the kind having been when a clergyman and his fiancee were drowned.
BO VBIL. THE GUARANTEED PRODUCT OF PRIME OX BEEF, Is fifty times more nourishing than ordinary Extract of Meat, and infinitely better than the best home-made Beef Tea. It is very valuable for enriching Soups, Gravies, Hashes, Entrees, &c., and where BOVRIL is used, appetising and economic cookery results. 281-13 STUNG BY A JELLY FISH. To be stung by a Jelly Fish is not a pleasant experience, and may prove very troublesome unless you have Homocea handy to apply, when all pain and swelling instantly vanishes. Homocea is an invaluable remedy at the Seaside should be used for Sunburn, Blisters, Wasp-Stings, andall kinds of Insect Bites. Use also for Cuts, Burns, Toothache, Rheumatism, and all Skin Troubles. It will stop an Influenza Cold like magic- 'BLAIR ATHOL, HOYLAKE. Dear Sirs,—On the 17th of June, which I think was one of the hottest days of the year, I spent the day on Hilbre Island, and was unfortunate enough to get my feet sunburned and badly stung by Jelly Fish. By the day following my feet had swooilen and were inflamed to such an extent that I was quite unable to stand on them. For a week I treated them with carrm oil, hazeline, and hazeline cream without any satisfactory results. I then thought I would try 'Homocea,' I persevered with it, and after applications at intervals during 24 hours, I was agreeably pleased to find the swelling and inflammation rapidly disappearing. After two days use of it I was able to stand, and now, with the exception of a little weakness about the ankles, my feet are all right again.—Yours truly E. S. SMYTH." If 'H nnocea' had been used at once a whole week's suffering- would have been saved- Homocea. is sold by all Chemists at riIYz and 2/9 per box; or can be had direct from the Homocea Co., 21, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead. 1 Sold in Colwyn Bay by Edward Lloyd, Conway Road. Printed and Published by R. E. Jons & Brothers, at their Printing Works, 3, Rose Hill Street, Conway, and Published at the Central Library, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay. "3
causing cruelty to an ass and with cruelty to an ass; on June 25th.-Acting-Sergeant Jones (18) said that on the day in question he saw the younger defendant working a donkey whose fore- foot was very much inflamed. The witness warned him not to work the ass, but, notwith- standing, he ten minutes later saw the boy using it on the sands. On July 4th he saw the elder defendant, who said that he saw no harm in sending the donkey to carry children on the sands, although it was lame.—Inspector Pocock spoke to examining the animal, in company with the previous witness, on July 4th, and the animal was in poor condition and painfully lame. It had now improved, but to work it even now would cause pain. The donkey had evidently been suffering some eight or nine months from a disease peculiar to donkeys and incurable except in its earlier stages, and that diseased condition would not allow the animal to work without pain. For the defence, Owen Davies gave evidence that the donkey was only stiff, and was in the same con- dition as when passed by the Society's Inspector (the prosecutor's predecessor) last year. Cross- examined, the witness said that he was not present when the donkey's condition was declared satis- factory last year.—The Bench fined the elder defendant 5s and costs, and the youger defend- ant 2s 6d and costs. CONGO METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY, COLWYN BAY. Week ending:Augtlst 4th, 1894. Mean Temperature for the week ,6o'6 I Total Hours of Sunshine 33 hrs. 35 min. Maximum Temperature „ 73^6 Total Rainfall '63 in. Minimum Temperature 52'o | I I Mean I I Maximum Minimum I Daily Humidity. Sunshine. Rainfall. Temper- Temper- Temper- Per Inches. Wind, ature. ature. I ature. Cent. H. M. Sunday 73-6 I' 52 3 62-9 76 ¡ 8 5 i N.E. Monday. 68"4 53'7 6i'i 68 7 10 I E. Tuesday 68.8 52-2 60'.1 74 4 30 I '12 I Calm. Wednesday. 66'5 58'8 62'6 89 2 o I "20 S. W. Thursday.. 60'1 53*0 56*7 89 7 0 -25 S.W. Friday. 65'4 52'0 58-7 53 1 20 I S.W. Saturday 67*9 56^0 61-9 60 3 30 -o6 Calm. The humidity is given in percentages, roo per cent. meaning that the air contains as much moisture as it can under the existing conditions of temperature and pressure. TIME OF FISHING AT THE ROYAL FISHERY. August, 1894. a.m. p.m. Friday 10 11.0 — Saturday n 12.20 — Monday 13 — 2.45 Tuesday 14 — 3.23 Wednesday 15 — 3.50 Thursday 16 — A. 15 Friday 17 — 4.35 oaturday 18 — 4.50 J. L. PARRY-EVANS.
THE RAINFALL AT BRYN EURYN. Diameter of Funnel, 5 inches. Rain Guage Height) Above ground, 1 foot. of Top f Above Sea Level, 125 feet. Readings taken at 9 a.m., daily. Month. Date. Depth. Remarks. Indies. July 31 0-05 August I o'i8 2 0.23 3 '1' 4 0.07 >1 5 0.35 v, 6 — Total tor week o'8S THOS. HUTCHINGS.