Plymouth villa—Mrs Williams Miss Chapman, Eastbourne Joseph Stubbs, Esq, Manchester Mrs Stubbs, do Master Stubbs, do Tudno villa—Mr Nicholson (private) Highfield—Rev T. Lloyd (private) Ducie Lodge-Mrs Frost Thomas Jones, Esq, Ealing, London Mrs and Miss Jones, do Mr B. Jones, do Miss Ellis, Wrexham Wave Crest—The Misses Lever T. Holmes, Esq, Sharpies, near Bolton Mrs Holmes, do Master Arthur Holmes, do Master Ernest Holmes, do Allen Haigh. Esq. Marsh, Huddersfield Mrs Haigh. do Miss Saville, do George Cooper, Esq, Bolton Mrs Cooper, do Miss Cooper, do Collin Cooper, Esq, do Mrs C. Cooper, do F. Boydon, Esq, Manchester Mrs Boydon, do Master Boydon, do Miss Lord, do Miss Sissie Lord, do ElIersdale- The Sycamores-Mr ] effries (private) Denham Lodge Mrs Rowlands (private) Mr Brookes, solicitor Brook Lea-Miss Biggs (private) Y.M.C.A. Holiday Home Roslyn— Mr and Mrs Hassall, family and maid. Ashby-de-la-Zouch W. Baldvvyn, Esq, Ashton-under- Hill F. Elphick, Esq, do J. S. Flockton, Esq, do East Parade. Beach house— Torwood house—Mrs H. Groves Mr and Mrs Taylor and 2 children, Ashton-under-Lyne Mrs Staddoti, Torquay Miss Staddon, do Mr William Griffiths, Shrewsbury Miss Jones, Whitcombe Street, London, W. Arvon house—Miss Hughes 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 Mr and Mrs E. Luntley, family and Servants, Nottingham Miss Hemsley, do Olive house—Miss Roberts Dr Baker Mr and Mrs Baker Mr Denoven, baby and nurse Miss Denoven Pendoi-ian villa-Mrs O. L'oyd Mrs Gardner and family, Birming- ham Mr and Mrs Gimpson, family and nurse, Leicester Railway Terrace. 1 Mr W. Alldis Greenfield Road. Plas Eirias— Mr and Mrs Crichton, New Brigton Master Douglas Crichton, do Master Alexander Crichton, do Master Robert Crichton, do Miss Burwell, do Mr and Mrs Fooks, family and maid, Chislehurst Mr Arnold, London La Plata—Miss Moulsdale Alfred Hickman, Esq, Gold Thorns Hill, WTolverhampton Mrs Hickman, family & maid,do Mrs Allday, Knowle, Warwick- shire Misses Allday, do Conescliffe—Miss A. Moulsdale Mr and Mrs Heathcote Carter and family, Bowden Miss Rotheroe, London Miss Hobbs, do Miss Wall and maid, Twecksbury Cardigan house—]\jrs Hunt E. W. Floyd, Esq, Perry Barr Mrs Floyd, family and maids, do The Misses Floyd, Acock's Green C. Grimley, Esq, Cheltenham Mrs Fox and family, The Grange, Sandycroft /"eath Bank—Miss E. Jones Mr and Mrs Willcock, Wolver- hampton Master H. B. Willcock. do Master E. D. Willcock. do P Master R. E. Willcock. do hestei field—Miss Wright W. H. Boothrovd, Esq, Bradford, Yorks M|"s Boothroyd. do Miss L. Boothroyd. do Miss M. Boothroyd. do r, .aster H. Boothroyd. do i^mond house—Mrs Berry Mrs Dawes, Mears-Ashly, North- amptonshire Mr and Mrs Page, Sydney House, Northampton Miss- Page, do JJf ^oel Page, do f'ss Dicks, Ecton Manor, do *r and Mrs Pearce, 2 children & A, Uu'se, Franche, Kidderminster Pha house—Mrs Waters Mrs Bond, Newport, Mon. Mr Bond, do M ik^ ^rs Aston & family, B'ham borough house—Mrs Redding W. Todd, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Todd, do pisses Todd, do T 'Ss Moss, do E- Todd, Esq, do M lod,d> Escl< do A -?0 Esq, do J," T. Todd, Esq, do «.* S. Hull, Esq, Birmingham s H. Hull, do ^JSs Hull, do •Austerbery, Esq, Brooklands, Manchester Qi rs '*nd Miss Austerbery, do n Neivion—The Misses Roberts GI rs Clarkson, Blackburn dale-Miss Wells ^?ss Hansor, Walsall R- B. Hansor, do I Taylor, Esq, do M yer' Escl' do !?rxs Ayer, do iyr. oodall, Esq, Birmingham Gi,uSs,es Wynne Thomas, do s house— Per„r^nd Mrs Dennis, Chester Lea— M[nle^h—Mrs Gaskell Miss Bagshaw Bingham, The IV liall, Hope- Derby rs Burden and family, Liverpool 1\1.Road, Chester ^ersal J°nes> Chester house—Mrs Parry and Mrs E. Browning, ^Worcester s and Miss Bennett, Malvern • B. Bennett, do Mrs Lecoutuer, Liverpool Misses Lecoutuer (2), do Mr W. Lecoutuer, do Pine Hurst-Mrs Crump (private) Bodafon-Miss Owen Miss Field, Didsbury Mr Holmes, do Drayton villa-Mrs Mason Mr and Mrs Ireland, Atherston Miss Barber, Nanborough Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Chester Trevor House—Miss Worthington Mr and Mrs Peake, Gilford Mrs Krober and daughters, Liverpool Miss Davies, do Riverdale—Misses Evans Misses Crawfurd, Edinburgh Mr and Mrs Syndika and family, Manchester Mr and Mrs Heaps, Coston Park, Levenshulme St. Piran's—Mrs and the Misses Wadsworth Mr and Mrs'Finnimore, London Mr and Mrs Cummington, Stockport Glanconway villa-Mrs Davies Mr and Mrs Barker, family and maid, Birmingham Misses Griffin, London Mr and Mrs Lewis, Birmingham Master Lewis, do Miss Lewis, do Abbeyville—Mrs Rowley Mr and Mrs Kytes, Leicester Smedley house—Mrs Rowbottom Mr G. Melville, M'chester Miss Melville, do Miss M. Melville, do Elian house—Mrs Jones Welsh Wesleyan Chapel (Shilo) Grove Road. Rose villa-Mrs Davies Mr and Mrs Partbridge, Birming- ham Miss Dora Partbridge, do Mrs Thompson, do Wrekin villa—Mrs Exell Mrs Mavatta and family, Birming- ham Mrs Parsons, do Mr Percy Exell, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Rawson, Sheffield Ashton villa Mrs H. Hughes (private) Ruyton villa—Mrs Baker Severn cottage—Mrs Collins Mr and Mrs Clulee, King's Norton Miss and Master Clulee, do Mr and Mrs Simmons, Leek Master Simmons, do Hawthorn cottage—Mrs Hughes Mrs M. G. Ormond and party, London Caradoc villa-Mrs Senter Easton villa—Mrs Jones Abbey villa- Monton villa—Mrs A. Hughes Mr and Mrs Thomas Clegg, Manchester Mrs Mancroff. do Mrs Morgan and child, Wellington Mrs Morland, do Bay View Road. Fern bank—Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs Wilkinson, Hudders- field Clwyd villa-Mrs E. Jones Glandwr—Mrs R. Jones Mr and Mrs Richardson & family, Chester Mr and Mrs Roper and family, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Clarke, London Osborne house—Mr T. Williams Mrs Padday and family, Hyde Park, London Mrs Parker, Smethwick Miss Parker, do Miss Wilkes, Sedgley The Limes—Misses Williams Convalescent Home—Miss Symons Miss Bown, Woolton Master Alfred Haywood, do Mrs Lees Miss Lees Mrs and Miss Philimore, Gloucestershire Oxford houe- Miss Lawrenson Miss Neville Mr and Mrs Hincksman & family, Shifnal, Shrops. Miss Watkins, Wroxeter, Shrops. Clifton house—The Misses Green Mrs and Miss Gee, London Lacey Smith, Esq, London Mrs Smith, baby & nurse, do A. Rowlands, Esq, Chester Mrs Rowlands and baby. do Miss Barnes, Tunbridge Wells Miss Roughsedge, Birkenhead Devon House—Miss Davies Mr and Mrs Priday, Gloucester Miss Shaw, Thorn Mrs Carr, do Olive house—Mrs Roberts Miss Chappell and party, Derby Sea View Crescent. Shop—Mr C. Chaplin, photographer Central Chambers— Office, Mr F. Nunn, solicitor Telephone Company Dore house—Miss Davies Mrs Hughes, Pontygwaith, South Wales Gronant house—Mr Jones (private) Glanavon-Mr Jones Daisy Bank—Mrs R. Parry Mr and Mrs Lunt and family, Waterloo Sea View Terrace. 16—Mrs W. Roberts Miss Thornley, Ashton-under- Lyne Miss Vaughan, do Miss Tempest, Altrincham Misses Ridgways (2), do Stanford house—Mrs Chas. Jones Mr and Mrs Clark, Chislehurst, Rugby East Lynne—Mrs P. Lunt Mrs Ritson, Manchester Mrs Higginbottom, do Miss Richardson, Richmond, Surrey Mrs Burchett, do 13-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Asbury, 2 children and nurse, Liverpool Miss Asbury, do 12-Mrs Davies Mr and Mrs John C. Galloway, North Malvern Seymour house- Mrs Wharton and 2 daughters, Liverpool Ashford house-Mrs Evans 9-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Deane, St. Helens Misses Hooson, Halifax 8-Mr Parry-Evans (private) Nantllys-Mrs Davies 6-Mrs Lloyd-Jones Misses Brown (2), Manchester Mr Hobson, do s-Mrs Parry Mr and Mrs Heggs, Northampton Miss A. Heggs, do 4-Mrs Roberts 3-Mrs Bowen Mrs Chapman, Crumpsall, Man- chester Misses Chapman, do Langford house—Mrs Williams Mrs Frame and family, B'ham Miss Price, do Miss Woolerston, do i-Mrs T. Davies Mrs Smedley, Birmingham Mrs Woodcock, do Master Woodcock, do Sea View Cottages. 2-Mrs Evans Mr and Mrs Sivers, Manchester Mrs Bake, Liverpool Miss Mellamby, do I-Mr R. Davies Mr Mayall, Oldham Mr and Mrs Bradbury, do Miss Bradbury, do Mr and Mrs Adams, Nuneaton Rose cottage-Mrs Davies The Birchwood-Mrs Edwards Rock villa, Flagstaff-Mrs Davies Maelor Cottage, Erw Wen Road- [Mrs T. Jones Mrs Threlsal! and family, Liver- pool Tanygaer-Mrs O. Williams Mrs R. Gralton, Prescot Miss J. G. Gralton, do Miss M. A. Gralton, do Miss E. R. Gralton, do LLANDRILLO-YN- RHOS. Hafod Cottage- Clwyd House-Mrs S. Padmore Mrs Cox, Stoke-on-Trent Miss Mildred Cox, do Miss Mildred Matthews, do Miss Cox, Rugeley Mrs Langman, Wolverhampton Miss Pearson, Liverpool Miss A. Pearson, do Miss Jessie Pearson, do Master L. Pearson, do James W. Waugh, Esq, do Miss Nellie Waugh, do Master Eria Waugh, do Master Benjamin Waugh, do Master Arthur Waugh, do Master Elliot Waugh and maid, do Hawarden House-Mrs S. Padmore Joseph Boden, Esq, Whalley Range Mrs Boden, do Miss Kidd, do Miss T. G. Kidd, do Miss Hilda Kidd, do Miss Ella Kidd, do Mr T. E. Kidd, do Mr F. Kidd, Manchester Mr P. H. Oakley Williams, Heid- elberg, Canada Miss Debra, London The Blue Bell Hotel—Mr J. Robinson Miss Hall, Manchester Miss Coppock, do Thornleigh-Mrs Roberts Rhos Abbey Boarding House- Miss Wilson Mrs Cappel, child and maid, Liverpool Miss Spring-man, West Derby Mr and Mrs Rogers and family, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Paterson, Whalley Range Mr and Mrs Turner, London Misses Wilkinson, Hertfordshire P. Wilkinson, Esq, do Geo. Wilkinson, Esq, do Mr & Mrs Flemming, Warrington R. L. Tickle, Esq, Liverpool Miss Edith Cadbury, Birmingham Miss M. Spriggs, do Mr and Mrs Branson, Leicester Brynhyfryd— Rhos and Abbey Houses—Mrs [Morgan Bryndefaid Farm,— Elwyn Villa— Rhos Weir Bank- Dinerth House— OLD COLWYN. QUEEN'S HOTEL. A. Randolph Brown, Esq, Liverpool Captain Brett, R.N., Chepstow Mrs Brett, do G. Mills, Esq, Sutton Coldfield Mrs Mills, do Miss D. Mills, do W. S. Hargreaves, Esq, London The Rev H. Hertsberg, Luton R. S. Blease, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Blease, do Miss F. M. Smith, Addlestone Master G. C. Smith, do G. H. Fernley, Esq, Manchester Mrs Fernley, do SUN HOTEL. Mr W. Grundy, Ashton-under-Lyne Mr R. Vaughan, do I, Marine terrace-Miss Wynne Mr and Mrs Arthur Jones, nurse and children, Manchester Mrs Walter Slee and baby, L'pool Miss Slee, Somerville, Seacombe 3, Marine terrace-Mrs White Mr and Mrs Sloan, family and servans, The Grove Moore 4, Marine Terrace—Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Jones, Manchester Miss Jones, do Miss Downes, Ireland 5, Marine terrace—Mrs Barden Miss Thomson, Edinburgh, Scotland Miss M. Thomson, do Mr H.G. Thomson, do Mr R. B. Thompson, do Dr Lawson, do Mr and Mrs Jones, Manchester Mr and Mrs Pooler, do 9, Church Walks-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Henry, Chester Master Hamilton Miss Ierene and maid Green cottage-Miss Lloyd Mr and Miss Cissy Spence, L'pool Mr Fuge, London Mr and Mrs Graham, Manchester Miss Graham, do Colwyn view-Mrs Davies Mrs Longmire, Manchester Mr Stansfield, Southport Mrs Stansfield, do Greenfield house- Miss Plant, Ashton-on-Lyne Miss A. Plant, do Mr Hodson, do Miss Walker, do Miss Pollard, do Tai'rbont—Mrs Davies Miss E. B. Hart, Manchester C. D. Hart, Esq, do Hope house- Mrs Jones Mr Thomas Taylor, Liverpool Mrs Taylor, do Miss Taylor, Manchester Miss Sharp, do Miss Maud Taylor, Liverpool Miss Clara Taylor, do Miss Dora Taylor, do Master Chas. Taylor, do Mr Wm. Sharp, Manchester Mrs Sharp, do Henblas villa-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs John Leese and family (5 children and nurse), Aigburth, Liverpool Mr and Mrs A. W. Richards, Ashton-under-Lyne Bryn heulog, Station rd.—Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Lake, Ivy bank Runcorn Miss Lake, do Miss H. Lake, do Miss G. Lake, do Miss D. Lake, do Miss M. Lake, do Master B. Lake, do Miss P. Lake, do, and nurse Mount Clear-Mrs Basted Mr and Mrs Ruggles and family, Clapham, London Hafodunos-Mrs Barker Mr and Mrs Bramley, Todmorden Mrs Greenwood and baby, Gutter- royd Master Wilfred Greenwood, do Mr & Mrs Jackson, Littleborough Master C. Jackson, do Mrs Harrison and baby, Walsden Mrs T. Barker, Todmorden Miss Hirst, Littleborough Lily Dale-Mrs Hughes Rev W. Yeoman and family, Derby Esk Dale-Mrs Evans Mr and Mrs Geo. F. S. Boston, children, and nurse, Liscard. Cheshire Mrs Dominie O'Connor, Dublin Bod Erw-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Shearson, family and maid, Gt. Crosby Mr and Mrs Lawson, family and maid, Liverpool Dr and Mrs Brooke, family and maid, Manchester Oakleigh-Miss Parker Rev Newdigate and Mrs Poyntz, with family and servants, Shrewsbury Merlewood- Mr and Mrs Robert C. Clive and family, Hartshill, Stoke-on- Trent Leicester House-Mrs Edwards Miss Taylor, Stalybridge Miss Edith Taylor, do Miss Ethel Taylor, do Miss Parkin, do Mr and Mrs Bacon, Warwick Nelson House-Mrs Jones Mrs Watson, 9, Thurloe street, Rusholme, Manchester Miss F. Watson, do Mrs Walker, 76 and 78 Market street, Blackley, Manchester Mr Fred Walker, do Mr Arthur Walker, do Miss Mary Walker, do Miss Ada Walker, do Mr and Mrs Mason, Charlsworth Mr and Mrs Broadbent, Duckin- field Mrs Broadbent and family, Ashton Mr Lowe, Stalybridge Miss Lowe, do Rhianfa— Dr Burger and family, London Trevor House-Mrs Jones Mrs J. B. Todd and family, Trini- dad, B.W.I. Llysmeiriadog-Mrs Evans Miss Harding, Longstile Talke, Stoke-on-Trent Mrs Hughes and family, Bettwsy- coed, Llanrwst Mrs Jones and family, do Miss Jones, Llanrwst Miss Jones, do Maes Alcd-Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs E. J. Morgan, Bath Miss Morgan, do Masters G. H. and F. J. Morgan, do Miss Richards, do Miss Loriglands, do Glasfryn—Mrs Jones Mr John T. Booth, Chicago, III, U.S.A. Mr and Mrs Lenton and family, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Tanner and family, Chester Tudno House—Mrs Hughes Mr and Mrs T. Chapman, Middle- ton, Manchester Master C. Chapman, do Master C. H. Chapman, do Master J. F. Chapman, do Miss M. Nicholls, Swinton, Man- chester Mr and Mrs W. Jackson, Man- chester Misses Jackson, do Greenwich House—Mrs Davies Mrs J. C. Williams, Salford, Man- chester Mr J. Harold Williams, do Mrs Samuel Williams, Caerwys, near Holywell Bryndwgan- Mr and Mrs Jones, London Sunny bank- Mr and Mrs Sidney Owen and family, Oxford Bryn derwen-Mrs Lane Mr and Mrs Neill, Breckside Park, Liverpool Miss C. Neill, do Miss M. Neill, do Miss E. Neill, do Mr Robert Neill, do Miss N. Granshields,The Beeches, Malpas, Cheshire Miss H. Granshields, The Beeches Malpos, Cheshire Miss M. Granshields, do Miss P. Granshields, do Master R. L. Granshields, do Miss E. Wheatley, do Mrs Wilfrid Tempest, family and maid, Pontefract Preswylfa—Mrs Jones Mr Hughes Jones and family, 21, Bentley, Liverpool Uuwchydon—Mrs Jones Rector Crump, Stoke-on-Trent Rev Charles Crump, Cambridge Mrs Crump, do Miss Crump, do Miss Norah Crump, do Miss Margery Crump, do Miss Philin Miss Baxter Miss Beackson Brynydon-Mrs Hughes Mr A. Morch, Birkenhead Mrs Morch, do Miss 1. Morch, do Master Z. Morch, do Master P. Morch, do The Vorvn- Mr and Mrs Greenshields and family, Liverpool Tan y lan—Mrs Evans Mr and Mrs Henderson, Oldham Mr Henderson (senior), do Miss Henderson, do Miss May Henderson, do Miss Dora Henderson, do Mr Charles E. Henderson, do Mr Harrold Henderson, do Miss Lilly Henderson, do Miss Stevenson, do Pwll y mwyn—Mrs Williams Mrs A. Garthside-White, Kingsley road, Prince's Park, Liverpool Miss Muriel Garthside-White and maid, do J, Ocean View-Mrs R. Roberts Miss Ellen Butler, Moseley, Birmingham Miss E. Gertrude Butler, do Miss Edith Butler, do Mr Frank Butler, do Miss Margaret Butler, do Miss Edith Dale, do Miss Alice Notley, Small Heath, Birmingham Dr Notley, Harborne, do Miss Heike, Small Heath 2, Ocean View-Mrs D. Roberts Mr and Mrs Macconnockie, Man- chester Miss Elsie Macconnockie, do Miss Minnie Macconnockie, do Miss Marie Harrison, London Lang Side— Mr and Mrs Bartley Dennis, family and servants, Harrow-on-the- Hill Miss Pierrepont Edwards, do Miss Winifred Robinson,!Arderley Edge 11, Church Walks—Mrs Conway Mr and Mrs F. C. Hunt and baby, New Bushey, Hertfordshire Mr J. Roberts, senr., Dolwydd- elen Mr J. Roberts, junr., do Hillside Farm—Mrs Jones Mrs Oakes and family, Wakefield J. H. Exley, Esq, and family, Ossett Tanllwyfan Isat- Mrs Maples & family, Manchester Mrs Woodhead, do Valley view-Mrs Roberts Pastor E. Morley, New Brighton Mrs E. Morley, do Miss Morley, do Mr C. H. Morley, do Mr W. Openheimer, Manchester Epworth house-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Whitt, Manchester Misses Whitt, do Master G. Whitt, do Mr Wilkinson, Manchester Misses Jones, London Lloyd Jones, Esq, do T. Moorhouse and family, Man- chester Rhuallt Farm—Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Weaver, London Warden cottage— Mr and Mrs Ralph Corbold. Whalley range, Manchester CONWAY. Minavon—Mrs E. P. Hughes The Morfa Boarding House—Miss Haworth Walker Mrs Lutener, Altrincham Archdeacon Gore, Bowdon Miss Gore, do Miss Lucy Gore, do Mrs Rogale, Wilmslow Miss Phillpotts, Exeter Mrs Williamson, do Mr Edwards, London Birmingham House, High street- [Mrs E. Jones W. Follit, Esq, London Mrs Follit, do Misses Follit, do Miss Mooney, Manchester Miss Justice, do Miss Hughes, do Lark Hill-Mrs C. Cynwal Jones 4, Rose Place-Mrs Smith
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COLWYN BAY. SUNDAY SERVICES. Parish Church, Llandrillo.— Knglish Services, 11.0 a.m. and 630 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 It mile from 2 Colwyn Bay, on the Llandudno Road. St. Paul's Church, Colwyn Bay.-All 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 Mondavs 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,—The Avenue.-Next Sunday morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Rev. H. H. M'Cullagh, B.A., Colwyn Bay. Prayer meeting, morning 10.15. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Wednesday evening, 7.0., Rev H. H. M'Cullagh. English Presbyterian. Next Sunday morning, 11.0.; evening, 6.30, Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Monday evening, 6.15, Band of Hope. Wednesday week-evening- service, 7.0. Thursday evening, 7.0, Young People Bible Class; 7.45. Y. P. S. Christian Endeavour. Rev John Edwards, Pastor. English Congregatioital.-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 Thomas Lloyd, Pastor. English Baptist Church.-Next Sunday: morning, 11.0; evening, 6.30. All seats free. 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.R.G S., Pastor. Society of Priendq -Meeting for Worship, every First Day (Sunday) morning, at 1115, at a room in Central Buildings, facing Station Road, Colwyn Bay. Open to the Public and Visitors. Congo Institute.- Divine Services, Sunday, 11.0 a.m.; 2.30 p.m.; and 6.30 p.m. Tuesday evening, a Prayer Meeting at 7. Services will be conducted by the Director, one of the Tutors, or some other Minister, and occasionally some of the students will take part. All are cordially invited. Visiting hours for friends and visitors every week day, from 2.30 to 3 30. THE HOLYWELL BREWSTER SESSIONS.—At the Holywell Brewster Sessions holden on September 4th, the beerhouse licence of the Boar's Head Inn, near to Dr. Pan Jones' Chapel, Rhewl, Mostyn, was allowed to lapse, the owner, Mr Thomas Williams, Osborne-house, Colwyn Bay, notifying his intention of not again applying for its renewal. LOCAL MUSICAL SUCCEssFs-The following appeared in 7he Manchester Guardian of Sep- tember 3rd :The pass list of the local examin- ations of the Incorporated Society of Musicians held this summer is now published in the usual book form, in which the whole of the successful candidates' names throughout the British Isles appear. It is interesting to note that thirteen candidates passed at the Llandudno centre. Of these two secured honours—Mr Seth Hughes in pianoforte and Miss Phoebe Holland in violin playing. The above were pupils of Mr Westlake Morgan and Mrs H. W. Powlson. The other teachers of successful candidates were Mr LI. Jones, A.R.C.O., Miss Nixon, Miss Hewitt, and Miss Lee." As the Centre covers a large area, it is a matter for congratulation that five of the thirteen certificates have been earned by candi- dates from this immediate locality. The names of the successful candidates are: Violin-Honours: Phoebe Grace Holland, Plas Bodlondeb Ladies' School; Pianoforte:—Maude Aitken, Lilian M. V. Bland, Phoebe Grace Holland, Pattie Mc.'Kiver, all of whom are pupils of Mrs H. W. Powlson. LARGE MUSHROOMS.—Last week, Mr Ambrose Jones had two very large mushrooms which were on view at Mr Juby's fish shop, but on Saturday these were completely put in the shade by two
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which Mr J. R. Bates, found while out shooting above Llanelian. Mr Williams-Rees was called in to measure them, and found the larger one 9Ji inches in diameter (completely covering covering a dinner plate), and the other 8% inches. The perfect circle had been somewhat damaged by being carried with the game bag for some hours by the lads. The mushrooms looked in the "pink" of condition, and, with the aid of three friends, at breakfast next morning, the quality was tried, and was pronounced to be most excellent. Mr Bates assures us that there were plenty quite as large, but not in perfect condition, and, besides, mush- rooms were not the game he was after. THE JUVENILE HANDBELL RINGERS ARE COM- ING !-Promptly at half-past seven next Tuesday evening, September nth, Mr John Hatfield will take the chair at the Public Hall, on the occasion of a grand concert by juvenile handbell-ringers from the Boys' and Girls' Refuges and Homes, Strangeways, Manchester, short accounts of the work being given by Mr and Mrs Gilbert R. Kirlew. THE N COMPANY'S SALE OF WORK.—Our readers should bear in mind that the N (Colwyn Bay) Company, 2nd V. B. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, are holding a sale of work, in the Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, on Friday and Saturday, September 14th and 15th, the proceeds going in aid of the Company Funds. Our citizen-soldiers work hard and sacrifice no mean share of their leisure for the good of their country and for the lightening of the expense of defending their native land, and by their public-spirited efficiency have proved themselves fully worthy ot that large share of public support and patronage which we heartily hope will be extended to them by their fellow-citizens of Colwyn Bay, and also by the visitors (who are none of them exempt from a debt of gratitude to the Volunteer Forces). THE MARRIAGE OF MISS JENNIE CHARLES, DROMORE, COLWYN BAY.—On Thursday, August 30th, at the Parish Church, Edgbaston, Birming- ham, there took place the wedding of Mr John Hazelwood Clayton, M.B., M.R.C.S., of 54, Frederick Road, Edgbaston, with Miss Lillie Jane Charles, second daughter of Andrew Charles, Esq., of B racke ii field, Edgbast on, and of Dromore, Colwyn Bay. The officiating clergy being the Revs C. Strange, M.A., Vicar; F. Edwards, B.A., Curate and J. Griffiths, M.A., Vicar of Colwyn. The happy pair left for Scotland for their honey- moon. THE ONLY CHANCE AT COLWYN BAY !-Only' one night (Thursday September 20th) will the people of Colwyn Bay have an opportunity of seeing MrW. Hogarth's celebrated No i Comic Opera Company, in the most successful Comic Opera ever produced, "Les Cloches de Corne- ville," which at eight o'clock that evening will be produced at the Public Hall. THE CONGO INSTITUTE'S FORTHCOMING BAZAAR. -It is announced that the Congo African Training Institute, Colwyn Bay, is holding a bazaar, in the Public Hall, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 25th and 26th, with a view of wiping off a debt on the Institute. An earnest appeal is made to the Colwyn Bay residents and visitors to assist in making this enterprise on behalf of the Dark Continent a thorough success. THE ENGLISH BAPTIST PASTOR. The Rev H. T. Cousins, F.R.G.S., after a nine- weeks very severe illness, is now convalescent, and is receiving the hearty congratulations of many of his flock, he having been much missed during his enforced absence from the pastorate of the English Baptist Church at Colwyn Bay. During his convalescence he was very much cheered by the arrival (from Cape Colony), on August 27th, of his wife and their three children, who will be warmly welcomed to the Bay, and that more especially as Mrs Cousins is renowned in the realms of song. We append a report from the Grocott's Penn Mail of July 20th, a report of the "Farewell Concert given Mrs Cousins on the eve of her departure from South Africa, and also a paragraph entitled" Departure of Mrs Cousins":— FAREWELL CONCERT. Last evening the Baptist Lecture Hall was literally crowded in every part, by an audience who had come to hear Mrs Cousins sing for the last time, prior to her departure from Grahams- town. This evidence of the popularity and esteem in which this lady is held is all the more marked as there were counter-attractions offered to the public last night in the way of amusement. The best local talent being engaged in carrying out the programme, the entertainment was a great treat, and no hitch was apparent to us during the evening. We append the programme, merely remarking that Mrs Cousins' rendering of Home, sweet Home," which was sung by re- quest, was so pathetic, that many were moved to tears: Pianoforte duet, Mrs Moody and Miss Reynolds; song, Miss Agnes Nelson; piccolo solo, Mr Gilder; vocal duet, Mrs Cousins and Mr G. Bower; recitation, Miss Florence Smith; song, Mrs Cousins; pianoforte solo, Miss W. Tidmarsh song, Miss Nelson; violin solo, Mr Campbell; recitation, Mr Keel; song, Mr Jeanes; song Mrs Cousins. Mrs Cousins leaves this city by to-night's train. It is her intention to join her husband in his new sphere of labour in North Wales, and thither the very best wishes of her friends will follow her." DEPARTURE OF MRS COUSINS. Grahamstown will lose by this evening's train a lady who has been identified with many public movements of a charitable and philanthropic character in the city, from her girlhood. In the early days, before her marriage with the Rev H. T. Cousins, Baptist Minister, Miss Loveday Brookshaw held a premier place as a vocalist of rare ability, and of later years her rich melodious soprano voice has been heard on many occasions; we fear, now, for the last time in Grahamstown for some time to come. Mrs Cousins and family leave Grahamstown for England, via Capetown, by the Harlech Castle, for the purpose of joining her husband, who is now comfortably settled down at Colwyn Bay, North Wales. He has now full charge of the Baptist Church there, and was getting on well y last advices. Our best wishes for her future welfare follow her. MUSICAL AND LITERARY ENTERTAIN- MENT. A grand musical and literary entertainment was given at the Pnblic Hall, on Tuesday evening, September 4th, by Mr Powell Thomas, the well- known popular musician and general entertainer, the entertainment comprising humorous and des- criptive recitals, gems of Welsh melodies, etc. Mr Thomas was to have been assisted bv the Colwyn Male Voice Party (conductor, Mr E. Colwynian Evans). Mr E. O. Parry (Elidan), Llandudno, who presided, addressed the assembly, introducing Mr Thomas to the audience, and the following programme was excellenrly gone through Instrumental selections, "Caine y Delyn," "Mary of Argyle," and "La Donna E'Mobile, Piano Flutina; song, The Three Fishers" (Hullah); reading, "The Lost Bride" (S. Rogers)-, Welsh recitation, "Ceffyl yr Hen Brege- thwr" (Gotonwy Owain), Welsh and Scotch airs on the concertina, "The Convent Bells," "Bells of Aberdovey," and "Rising of the Lark" re- cital, "The Bells," -"Sil ver Bells," "Sleigh Bells," "Wedding Bells," "Fire Bells," "Funeral Bells," (Edgar Allen Poe), the imitation of the intonation of the bells being most perfect. Re- cital, "Llewelyn's Faithful Hound" (Spencer), musical melange, including solos on the piano flutina, "I'm leaving thee in sorrow," "I'll hang my harp on a willow tree," "The star of love," and "Gwalia wen"; humorous, Welsh recital, "Yswain dimai"; selection by the Old Colwyn Brass Band, who had taken the portion allotted to the Male Voice Party (who were unable to be present). Historical recital, "Changing scenes in the life of Mary Stuart" (Sheriff Bell); humor- ous recital, "The Bachelor's kettle" (Carpenter);
popular fantasia on the concertina, Haydn's "Hymn to the Emperor," "Away to the wood- lands," air from "William Tell," and "Myfi sy'n magu'r baban" lecturette, "The supremacy of character." A most instructive and interesting entertainment then ended with a selection by the Band. CONGO METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY, COLWYN BAY. Week ending Sept. ist, 1894. Mean Temperature for the week 57" I Total Hours of Sunshine.. 23 hrs. 30 min Maximum Temperature 63*0 1 otal Rainfall 27111. Minimum Temperature 5°'S I Mean Maximum Minimum Daily Humidity. Sunshine. Rainfall. Temper- Temper- Temper- Per Inches. Wind. ature. ature. ature. Cent. II. M. Sunday 63-0 51*6 57'3 73 8 4° '23 S.E, Monday. 6o'z 51 's 55'S 77 ° 3° 02 W. Tuesday. 60-5 S4'6 57'6 87 2 o o2 W. Wednesday. 6i'i 57'" 56" ^9 2 20 W. Thursday.. 62*8 50*6 56'7 52 o 40 Calm. Friday 6C5 54'2 57-9 7' 3 40 Calm. Saluda)" 62-4 54'0 58-3 76 5 40 N.W. The humidity is given in percentages, 100 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. September, 1894. a.m. p.m. Friday 7. 9.30 •• ■■ — Saturday 8 Cannot draw being neap tides. Monday 10 ditto ditto Tuesday II — •• •• 2-35 Wednesday 12 — •• 3.0 Thursday 13 — 3-30 Friday 14 — 4.0 Saturday 15 4.15 Last day of the Salmon Season, 1894. J. L. PARRY-EVANS. THE RAINFALL AT BRYN EURYN. I Diameter of Funnel, 5 inches. Height) Above ground, 3 foot. of Top I Above Sea Level, 125 feet. Readings taken at 9 a.m., daily. Month. j Date. 1\ Depth. marks. Indies. August .J 28 0*02 •! 3° — September 1 •— 2 — 3 Total for week c/23 THOS. HUTOHINGS. COLWYN BAY AND ABERGELE PETTY SESSIONS. ABERGELE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IST.-Before the Rev W. Venables-Williams (chairman), and other magistrates. BREWSTER BUSINESS. Superintendent Jones reported that the Division contained 44 fully licensed houses, two beerhouses, and three off-licenses, making a total of 49. The standing population was about 13,525, giving an average of 276 to each license. Since the last licensing meeting 64 persons had been proceeded against for drunkenness, 60 of whom were con- victed, being an increase of three on the number of the previous year. During the year one licensed person, Elizabeth Davies, King's Head Hotel, Abergele, was convicted of selling adul- terated whiskey. William Jones the license- holder of the Red Lion Inn, Abergele, was summoned before Their Worships for selling ale to a drunken person, and he asked that the renewal of the license be adjourned pending the result of the trial.—The Chairman What about the back doors of all houses?—Superintent Jones: That was pretty well seen to last year.—The Chairman Pretty well won't do. Are all the back doors entirely closed ?-Superintendent Jones: Yes as far as possible.- The Chairman I hear one of my brother magistrates say that your report contains an increase of offences, but you have not a single charge to make against one publican, with the exception of one you bring here to-day.—Dr Bold Williams Where did they get the drink from ?--Superintendent Jones said some came from Llandudno and Colwyn Bay. Dr Williams That does not satisfy me.—Supt. Jones replied that the police were very viiglant, and the number of cases of drunkenness had been increased and caused to exceed that of last year by the police having summoned four persons from Llandudno for being drunk.—Mr Herbert Roberts, M.P., considered that the police should present a more elaborate report to the bench, with an analysis showing where the cases came from, together with statements as to back doors, &c. That was the more necessary now in the present instance, as there was an increase instead of a decrease in the number of persons convicted of drunkenness. Supt. Jones promised that he would see that the Bench's suggestions as to a more elaborate and detailed report would be attended to.—All the licenses were renewed, including that ot the Red Lion Inn, Abergele, the licensee of which was fined 40s. and costs tor permitting drunkenness, Edward Hughes, of Jenkin-street, Abergele, being fined 10s. and costs for being drunk on the licensed premises. On the application of Mr Amphlett, who ap- peared for both parties, the license of the Blue Bell, Llandrillo was temporarily transferred from Harry Johnson to Joseph Robinson. THE PLACE AND FREQUENCY OF SESSIONS. Mr J. Duncan Miller, in accordance with the notice of motion given by him, proposed that at least one-half of the meetings of the Court, be held at Abergele. He thought that there was an impression abroad that the Colwyn Bay magistrates had done all the work, and that that was why the suggestion was made to hold eight meetings at Colwyn Bay, but if they would look at the list of magistrates they would find that Abergele had not had its fair proportion of representatives until recently. Abergele, he contended, was the centre of a large district, and it would be extremely hard for litigants to have to go to Colwyn Bay eight times out of twelve. He proposed that six meetings be held at Abergele and six at Colwyn Bay.—Mr Oldfield (Bettws-yn- Rhos) seconded the resolution.- Mr Duncan Miller said that he had omitted to mention that he had received a letter from Mr Hughes, of Kinmel, in which he stated that he was sorry he would be absent.—The Chairman: It is not worth anything; he ought to be here.—Mr Miller I suppose we can say what his opinion is?—The Chairman It is not worth the paper it is written upon.—Mr Oldfield With all due deference to you, Mr Chairman, I think that, as the Lord Lieutenant was not able to be present, you ought to do him the honour of allowing his letter to be read.—The Chairman I say no. Continuing, the reverend gentleman said that he begged to move a direct negative. Colwyn Bay was entitled, he main- tained, to a fuller proportion of Petty Sessions than Abergele. He had had a return from the ist of January, 1894, to the 16th of August. 1894. The number of monthly meetings at Abergele were three and Colwyn Bay five. The number ol