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The Church Bazaar at Riviere's.

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The Church Bazaar at Riviere's. After months of arduous toil, there was opened at Riviere's, East Llandudno on Monday, August 20th, a grand six-days fancy fair and summer fete, which, for enterprise, probably eclipsed any previous Welsh effort in the same line. The opening ceremony took place at three o'clock, when there was a large attendance. On the platform were Lord and Lady Mostyn, the Lady Augusta Mostyn, Lady Florentia Hughes, Lady Isabel Bligh, the Bishop of St Asaph, the Hon Mr and Mrs Henry Mostyn, the Rev F. G. Jones, the Rev Dr Hamilton (Archdeacon of Northumberland), and other distinguished per- sonages. Lady Florentia Hughes, in declaring the bazaar open, expressed her pleasure at being honoured with an invitation to perform that function. She would only say by way of a speech that she admired very much both the building and everything around them, and wished every success to the bazaar. [Applause.]. The Bishop of St Asaph moved a vote of thanks to Lady Florentia Hughes for her kindness in coming to open the bazaar, the Rev F. G. Jones seconded, and, the resolution having been carried by acclamation, M. Riviere's Band played "God Save the Queen," Madame Dews taking the solo.

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