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THE MAYOR OF CONWAY AT THE BAZAAR. Moving a vote of thanks to Lady Mostyn for opening the Bazaar on Thursday afternoon, August 23rd, the Mayor of Conway (Dr R. Arthur Prichard, J. P., C.C.) said that he was there as the chief citizen of Conway, to show the good feeling of that town towards the Parish of Eglwysrhos, the greatest part of which was within the bound- aries of the ancient borough of Conway. He thought that it was the duty of every leading citizen to come forward on an occasion like that to do honour to the Mostyn family [Hear, hear], a family the members of which had been associ- ated so intimately with every good work in the neighbourhood. Numerous instances of their beneficence came within his observation, not in his capacity of Mayor, but whilst performing his professional duties among the poor. [Hear, hear.]. Perhaps, also, it was the duty of every Welshman to come forward on such an occasion as the present, when the Church was threatened on all hands by opponents,—he would call them Christians,—to do his duty not to the Church of Wales, but to the united Church of England and Wales. [Hear, hear.]. He had great pleasure in taking part in the work of keeping up that Church in that famous watering-place of Llan- dudno, where there was so much need for English services. He hoped that before long there would be established in East Llandudno such a Church as would be an adornment to the place, and which would show their religious opponents, of whom he would say nothing disrespectful, that the Church in Wales was waking up in its duty. ["Hear, hear" and applause.].

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The Church Bazaar at Riviere's.

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