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Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c. Announcements of Births, Marriages, Deaths, or In Memoriam," are inserted at the following charge: One Shilling if prepaid; One Florin if booked. No announcement will be inserted unless accompanied by the sender's real name and address (not for publi- cation, but merely as a guarantee of good faith). MARRIAGE. H UGHES-LEWIS. -September 26th, at Engedi, C.M. Chapel, Colwyn Bay, by the Rev. Owen Evans, assisted-by the Rev. O'Brien Owen, Carnarvon, Mr. H. W. Hughes, Carnarvon, to Miss Grace Lewi^ Bradford House, Colwyn Bay, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Lewis, Clothier, Abergele. DEATH. WALKER.—September 28th, at Avenel House, Colwyn Bay, Samuel Walker (formerly of Brad- ford) aged 73..Was interred at Llandrillo, October 1st. Friends will please accept this intimation. No cards.
COLWYN BAY. SUNDAY SERVICES. Parish Church, Llandrillo.—English Services, 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Welsh Service, 9.30 am. 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 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-rn." Service and Sermon; Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. Welsh Services 10.0 a.m., Service .nd Sermon in Mission Room; Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.; 6.0 p.m., Service and Sermon in Mission Room. (Week-days) Dilily 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,— I'he Avenne.-Next Sunday morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Rev. C. F. Richardson, LL.D., Rhyl. Prayer meeting, morning 10.15. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Wednesday evening, 7.0., Rev H. H. Al'Cullagh. English Presbyterian. Next Sunday morning, 11.0. evening, (j.30, Rev John Edwards, Pastor. 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 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 Thomas Lloyd, Pastor. Engltsh 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 Friends.—Meeting for Worship, every First Day (Sunday) morning, at 11.15, 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. WREXHAM DOG SHOW.-At the newly-estab- lished Wrexham Dog Society's first annual show, holden, on Tuesday, October 2nd, under Kennel Club Rules, at the Wynnstay Horse Repository, Wrexham, an exhibit by Miss M. Kennedy (Colwyn Bay) secured a "very highly commended" card among the Welsh Terriers (limit). THE CABMEN'S ANNUAL SUPPER.—On Thursday, September 27th, the cabmen of Colwyn Bay, held their third annual supper at Moon's Hotel, where an excellent repast was served, which, the seventy persons sitting down did justice to. In the absence of Mr F. Madren, Mr A. N. Riley took the chair, and a very enjoyable musical evening was spent. Mr Riley, in his brief speech, alluded to the smart turn-outs and the respectability of the men, which was a credit to their employers and to Colwyn Bay, and hoped that this would be the forerunner of a Cabman's Shelter. The health of the em- ployers, which was very heartily drunk, was responded-to by Mr T. Davies. The next toast was that of the subscribers who had come forward so heartily to give poor Jehu something to make his heart glad. The party broke up in the early hours, singing God Save the Queen." The accounts show that Messrs Parry and Baker collected £ 10 195 od, and the few shillings surplus after paying the biils, were handed over to the collectors. Mr J. L. Clutton was the Secretary, and Mr Riley the Treasurer. THE ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN HARVEST THANKS- GIVING.—Next Sunday, October 6th, there will be Harvest Thanksgiving Services at the English Presbyterian Church, Colwyn Bay. The pulpit will be occupied by the Rev John Edwards (Pastor), and special hymns will be sung. OUR LIST OF VISITORS.—Until the approach of the summer season of 1895, the lists of visitors will not be collected (as has been done throughout the past summer), but any lists left at the Central Library, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, not later than one o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, or sent by Wednesday night's post to The Weekly News Office, Conway, will gladly be inserted in our issue of the following Friday. COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB.—A competition for the first medal given by the Colwyn Bay Golf Club, took place on Saturday, September 29th, on the nine-hole course at Rhos. Entries were confined to members of the Club, and all started from scratch. The first three scores were:— Messrs C. Willard Smith (Colwyn), 52; F. A. Dew (Colwyn Bay), 61; L. M. Penn (Colwyn Bay), 69. The medal therefore goes to Mr Smith. There was a good attendance of members and their friends, and the players were favoured with splendid weather. COLWYN BAY J" POST OFFICE. The HEAD OFFICE is in Station Road. Hours of attendance :-For sale of Postage Stamps, Postal Orders, Payment of Postal and Money Orders, Sav- ings Bank, Annuity and Insurance Business, Issue of Licenses, from 7 a.m. to 8.45 p.m. Sundays, from 8 to 10 a.m. (for sale of Stamps and Registration of Letters only). DELIVERIES OF LETTERS AND PARCELS. 7 a.m. Letters. 7.30 a m. Parcels. 2 p.m. Letters and Parcels. 7 p.m. Letters and Parcels. a.m. DESPATCHES.—WEEK DAYS. 8.30 General (Letters and Parcels.) 11.20 North Wales (Letters). 11.20 Manchester (Parcels). 11.50 General (Letters). Ireland. 11.50 Liverpool and Manchester, etc. p.m. 1.10 Llandudno. 1.40 Chester and forward places (Letters and Parcels). 7.30 General despatch of Parcels. 8.35 Box cleared for the night mail (Letters). With |d. stamp up to 8.45 p.m. SUNDAYS (Letters): Box cleared at 8.35 p.m. With extra td. stamp, 8.45 p.m. TELEGRAPH OFFICE. WEEK DAYS From 8.0 a.m. to 9.0 p.m. SUNDAYS From 8.0 a.m. to 10.0 a.m.
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Colwyn Bay Public Hall- Mr F. W. Stubbs, solicitor Mr A. Bremner, architect Colwyn Bay Gas Co. Overseers Office Shop—Messrs Jones & Son, regis- tered plumbers, &c. Vronhaulog-Mrs Jones Welsh Baptist Chapel (Tabernacle) Emlyn house—Mrs Owen Miss Saunders, Birmingham Miss Holbert, do Shop-Mr R. J. Williams, saddler and harness maker Fair view, Shop-Mr W. Hoskins, hoot and shoe warehouse House-Mrs Kyffin Williams Ale, Porter, Wine & Spirit Stores- Mr Kvffin Williams Shop—-Mrs J. Thomas, butcher The Argyle—Mrs Thomas Llys Llewelyn-Mrs R. Evans Shop—Messrs Massey and Co., grocers Shop—Mr W. Owen, ironmonger Bodwrog—Mrs Owen Maenan house-Mrs Roberts Holly grove—Mr T. Leach Elian house, Shop-Mr S. Jones, grocer Shop—Mr Fielding, stationer English Baptist Chapel Windsor house Messrs Davies Bros., butchers House—Mrs Davies Malvern house-Mrs W. Jones Mr Kitson, London Shop—Mr Sykes, Chemist Primrose hill-Mrs Fox Masarnen house, Shop-Mr J. T. Robert*, boot and shoe warehouse House-Mrs Roberts Victoria house- Chester house, shop-Mr Jones, grocer House-Mrs Jones Penymaes—Miss Roberts Glyn vilJa-Mrs Evans Glenhurst-Mr Alderman (private) Bay view vilJa-Mr Evans Bryn Llewelyn Ladies' School Bodhyfryd—Mr W. Parry Rose hill-Mrs Muir Mount pJeasant-Mrs Davies The Nest—Mrs Pierce lVlidfield-Mrs Challoner Maris house—Mr E. Owen Ty'nyffordd Boarding Establishment —Mrs J. C. Goold Dr Bracy, Edgbaston, Birming- ham Llanstephan Ladies' School Gold Thorns—Mrs E. Davies Aston liotise-.Alr James (private) The Vicarage- Westwood—Mrs Hughes Dr. Fraser, Colwyn Bay Molineaux house-Mr Crosby, (private) Tudor house—Miss Evans Roseneath—Mrs Morgan The Stores—Mr H. Hughes, grocer Idsall house, Shop Mr J. Blud, fruiterer House—Mrs Blud Warwick house—Mr Davies, draper Welsh Congregational Chapel Shop—Mr Long, fancy dealer, &c. Dudley house—Mrs Griffiths Hirwaen house—Mr E. W. Roberts, draper Shop—Mr D. Edwards, florist and seedsman Brynkinallt-Tlie Misses Pattison St. Paul's Buildings-Mr Williams, draper North Wales Machinists Company Powlson's Fancy Repository St. Paul's Church Dingle End, Abergele Road. Wavertree house, Shop—Miss Long, fancy draper House—Miss Long Mrs Cawkitt, Liverpool J. Cawkitt, Esq, do Bowden house-Miss Carr Eirias Bank—Mrs Hughes Polruddan—Mrs Scantlebury Rev G. J. C. Pennington, Oldham Mrs Pennington and family, do Mrs Hibbert, Dewsbury, Yorkshire Gwynfyd—Miss Lambert (private) Thornton house—Mr Marsh (private) Dingle Bank—Mr Hignett (private) Penynant— Plas Nant—Mrs Johnson Glenhome—Mrs Bateson Dingle side—Mr Page (private) Clarenby-Mrs Crighton (private) EnvilJe-Mrs Harrop (private) Cheviotdale—Mrs Paterson (private) Paulden house—Mrs Kershaw [private Dagmar house—Mrs Hough Liverpool House—J. Clarke, grocer, &c. Shop—W. P. Clarke, ironmonger, &c. Sefton house-Mrs Davies Rev H. T. Cousins, Colwyn Bay Mrs Cousins and family, do Dingle View, shop-Mis Roberts, fancy dealer House-Mrs Roberts Glen view—Miss Owen Nant-y-Glen Road. Sunny Bank-Miss Rayner Plas Tirion—Miss Burchinshaw Congo Institute- Groes mill cottage- Rhiw Road. Mendelssohn house- Holcroft-Mr CartwrighJ Woodside—Mrs H. Hill Ross Mrs Holt, Manchester Mrs Hoyland, do Mr Ross, Flixton Bodfair—Mrs Williams (private) Pensilva- Rev H. Watts (private) Llys Gelert—Mrs Roberts Master Lowry, Manchester Wood hill-Mrs Jones Mount view—Mrs M. Jones Lang Cliffe-Miss C. Wilson Harland house—Mrs Jones Victor Road. Rose Bank—Miss Jones Oak view- Eirianfa-llr,, Jenkins Criftin—Mrs Williams io-Mrs Foulkes 12-Mr J. Davies 14- 16- 18—Mr C. Foster 20—Mrs Jones 22—Mrs Williams _Mt.s lvyd;).Ie- Willianis Bryn siriol-Mrs Roberts Bryn celyn—Mr T. Williams Morfa—Mr G eo. Hughes Brynderwen-Mrs Jones AJtondalp-Mrs Burton Menai Rock— 5-Mr Roberts 3— I-Miss Knowles Park Road. Edgbaston house-Mrs Jones Park hill-Mr Palmer 3, Park hill-Mrs E. Owen Wood Bank—Mr Williams Edern house-Mrs T. Williams Rose cottage—Mrs Morris Cadnant house—Mr W. Edwards (private) Ardwick house-Mr Coops Spurstow house-Mrs Vickers Queen's cottage- Elian villa-Mr Hughes (private) Severn Bank—Mrs R. H. Roberts Ardendale- Tanybryn-Mrs Jones Meirion villa-Mrs R. Jones Glasfryn house-Mrs Roberts Cowlyd house-Mrs M. J. Jones Bryn Owain-Mrs Morgan Heather vie" -Mrs Morris Wood view-Mrs W. H. Roberts Gwynfa-Mrs Hughes Brodawel-Mrs Hughes Roby house-Mr Williams (private) Carwed house-Mrs Wynne Glascoed-Mr J. Wynne 5—Mrs J. Edwards Bryn awel-Mrs Shaw The Olives-Mrs Gilbert Llys Llewelyn-Mrs Hughes Crane Moor-Mrs Leach 10- ii-Alrs Humphreys 12-Mrs Williams Norris hill-Mrs Foulkes I4-Mrs Jones Cambrian house-Mrs H. Parry 16-Mrs Jones 17—Mrs Evans 18—Mrs Owen Rhiw Bank Avenue. Elianus Boarding Establishment —Mrs A. M. Griffiths Mr Briggs, Liverpool Mr Simpson. do Mr Kneele, Liverpool Belgrave—Mrs Roberts Radford villa-Mrs Edwards 3, Maelgwyn terrace-Miss Hughes Tudno house-Mr J. Cole Lyndhurst—Mr Underwood (private) Plas Maelgwyn—Mr F. Madren (private) Brynymor—Miss Owen Mr and Mrs A. Casper, West Hartlepool Avondale- Rhoslan Mr T. Evans-Hughes (private) Salop house-Mrs E. Jones Davies Cedarville—Mrs Owen Windycroft— Waterloo house-Mr Evans, con- tractor House-Mrs Evans Mr W. H. Shepperd, Colwyn Bay Mrs Shepperd, do Rhiw Bank Terrace. I-Mr Aitken (private) 2-Mr Thomas Schofield 3-Miss Evans 4-Mrs Mallam 5— 6— 7-Mrs Williams 8-Mrs J. Williams 9-Mrs Scholes 10—Miss Jones 11—Mrs Badger 12—Mrs Good 13—Mrs Jones Mr Platt, Liverpool q-Mrs H. Woodiwiss Meirion Gardens. Tandderwen-Mrs Williams Llwynderw- Ellerscroft—Miss Davies Bodnant house-Misses Williams Miss Rogers. Liverpool Avenell house-Mr Walker (private) Primrose villa—Miss Parsons Ocean vie" -Mr Greenfield Trefgarne—(private) Bryn Meirion— Nil De^perandum—(private) Melita-Mrs Newell (private) Rhiwlas-Mrs Highfield (private) Grove Park. Pension Edelweiss—Misses [Retemeyer 3— Bryntirion—Mr T. Jones (private) Glassing house—Mr E. Mills Grove cottage—Mr Morris (private) Arneshy-Mi-s Waterhouse (private) Fairholme-Mr Jeffries (private) Somerville—Mr Ed. Allen (private) Hazelwood-Mrs Griffiths Llys Blodwen-Mr D. Roberts Green Bank—Mrs Kettle Melrose cottage — Mrs Stevenson Linton Cotlage-Mrs Parsons Tirionva—Mrs Jones Belgrave Road. Lansdowne house-Mr W. Edwards Llys Arvon—Mrs Williams Bryn Elian-Mrs Jones The Glyn— Derwen—Rev J. Edwards (private) house—Dr Russell, M.B., B.A., (private) Woodleigh—Miss Roberts (private) Cystenyn villa-Mrs W. Roberts Murivance- Brookfield-Mr Crawford (private) Limefield-Miss Salter Newsham house-Miss Juckes Cavendish house-Miss Kirby Sefton house—Miss Harris Spring grove-Mr E. Roberts Brooklands, Shop-Messrs Lidbetter and Longmaid, grocers House-Mrs Lidbetter (private) Erskine Road. Sunny Lea—Mrs Cartmell Robert Kay, Esq, Knutsford Mrs Kay and family, do Miss Kingsley, do Gwernhaylod—Mr Phillips (private) Lawson Road. Wern villa-Mi-s Roberts Abbey grove—Mrs Burwell Beechwood—Mrs Williams Trigfa-Mrs Williams Wraxall- Morley villa—Miss Maurice Hurst Green-Mrs Hurst Glen Bank—Miss Atcherley (private) 9—Mrs Voute (private) Cornelyn—Mr Wood Dinglewood School Glenroy—Dr Phillips (private) Plymouth villa-Mrs Williams Miss Chapman, Eastbourne Mr and Mrs Williams, Manchester Tudno villa-illt- Nicholson (private) Highfield-Rev T. Lloyd (private) Ducie I.od,-e-Mi-s Frost Wave Crest—The Misses Lever George Cooper, Esq, Bolton Mrs Cooper, do Miss Cooper, do Fred Cooper, Esq, do Ellersdale- TheSycamores-Mr Jeffries (private) Denham Lodge Mrs Rowlands (private) Mr Brookes, solicitor Brook Lea—Miss Biggs (private) Y.M.C.A. Holiday Home Roslyn— East Parade. Beach house- Torwood house-Mrs H. Groves Mrs Staddon, Torquay Miss Staddon, do Arvon house—Miss Hughes Rev Stephen Gladstone, Hawarden Mrs Gladstone, family and 2 nurses, do Olive house—Miss Roberts Pendorlan viJla-Mrs O. Lloyd Railway Terrace. I-Mr W. Alldis Greenfield Road. Plas Eirias- La Plata-Miss Moulsdale J. W. Kay, Esq, Huddersfield Mrs Kay, do Master Gordon Kay and maid, do Mrs Walker, Pendleton Mrs Crowther, Huddersfield Miss Gladys Ashworth, M'chester Conescliffe-Miss A. Moulsdale Cardigan house-Mrs Hunt Heath Bank-Miss E. Jones T. Littlewood, Esq, Heatley, Warrington Mrs Littlewood, do Miss Littlewood, Oldham Mrs Burleston, Warrington Chesterfield-Miss Wright Mr and Mrs Glover, Lowton, Newton-le-Willows Mr and Mrs Boothroyd, Solihull, Birmingham Miss Glover, Lawton, Newton- le-Willows Richmond house-Mrs Berry Mrs Dawes, Mears-Ashly, North- amptonshire Mr and Mrs Baxter, Hanley Alpha house-Mrs Waters Marlborough house—Mrs Redding Glan Neivion-The Misses Roberts Glendale-Miss Wells Dulas house- Fern Lea- Thornleigh—Mrs Gaskell Miss Bagshaw Bingham, The Hall, Hope, Derby Kersal house-Mrs Parry Miss Rabbitts, Cambridge Miss Leichty, Birmingham Pine Hurst—Mrs Crump (private) Bodafon-Miss Owen Miss Field, Didsbury Drayton villa-Mi-s Mason Trevor House—Miss Worthington Mrs Garlick and family, Burbage Mrs Wynder, Sheffield Misses Wynder and governess, do Riverdale-Misses Evans St. Piran's—Mrs and the Misses Wadsworth Glanconway villa—Mrs Davies Abbeyville-Mrs Rowley Miss A. J. Walker, Richmond, London Smedley house—Mrs Rowbottom Elian house—Mrs Jones Welsh Wesleyan Chapel (Shilo) Grove Road. Rose villa-Mrs Davies Wrekiii villa-Mrs Exell Ashton villa Mrs H. Hughes (private) Ruyton villa-Mrs Baker Severn cottage-Mrs Collins Hawthorn cottage—Mrs Hughes Caradoc villa-Mrs Senter Easton villa-Mrs Jones Abbey villa- Motiton x,illa-Alrs A. Hughes Bay View Road. Fern bank-Mrs Roberts Clwyd villa-Mrs E. Jones Nurse Billingsley and friend, Birmingham Miss Wilks, Wolverhampton Glatidwr-Mi-s R. Jones Mr, Mrs and Master Longland, Holmes, near Manchester Osborne house—Mr T. Williams The Limes-Misses Williams Convalescent Home—Miss Symons Oxford liotise- Clifton house—The Misses Green Devon House-Miss Davies Mrs Carr Miss Shaw H. Carr, Esq, America Olive house-Mrs Roberts Sea View Crescent. Shop-Mr C. Chaplin, photographer Central Chambet"s- Office, Mr F. Nunn, solicitor Telephone Company Dor6 house-Miss Davies Gronant house—Mr Jones (private) Glanavon-Mr Jones Daisy Bank—Mrs R. Parry Mr and Mrs T. B. James, children and nurse, Birmingham Sea View Terrace. 16—Mrs W. Roberts Miss C. Squire, London Miss Feltoe, do Stanford house—Mrs Chas. Jones East Lvnne-Mrs P. Lunt 13-M;s Jones Mr and Mrs Dixon, Darwen Mr and Mrs Percival, Runcorn 12—Mrs Davies Seviilotir house- Ash ford house—Mrs Evans 9-Mrs Jones 8-Mr Parry-Evans (private) Nantllys-Mrs Davies 6-Mrs Lloyd-Jones s-Mrs Parry 4-Mrs Roberts 3-Mrs Bowen Miss Jackson and frieud, Wor- cestershire Langford house—Mrs Williams I-Mrs T. Davies Sea View Cottages. 2—Mrs Evans I-Mr R. Davies Mr Mayall, Oldham Rose cottage-Mrs Davies Rock villa, Flagstaff-Mrs Davies Maelor Cottage, Erw Wen Road — [Mrs T. Jones Tanygaer-Mrs O. Williams LLANDRILLO-YN- RHOS. Hafod Cottage- Clwyd House-Mrs S. Padmore Hawarden House-Mrs S. P.ulmore The Blue Bell Hotel-Mr r. Mrs Salmon, Doncaster Miss Salmon, do Thornleigh-Mrs Roberts Rhos Abbey Boarding House- Miss Wilson Brynhyfryd- Rhos and Abbey Houses-Mrs [Morgan The Lady A. Paget, family and maids, London Col. the Hon. R. Stapleton Cotton, Staffordshire The Hon Mrs Stapleton Cotton, do Miss Cotton, do Mrs Logan Bright, family and maids, Cheshire Miss M. Jones and maid, St Asaph Miss Hudson, do Bryndefaid Farm,— Elwyn Villa- Rhos Weir Bank- J Dinerth House— Thorn Cottage- Mr and Mrs Phillips, children and servants, Aughton Park, Orms- kirk OLD COLWYN. QUEEN'S HOTEL. Miss F. M. Smith, Addlestone Master G. C. Smith, do G. H. Fernley, Esq, Manchester Mrs Fernley, do SUN HOTEL. 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 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 Lily Dale-Mrs Hughes Rev W. Yeoman and family, Derby 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 Merle wood — Mr and Mrs Robert C. Clive and family, Hartshill, Stoke-on- Trent Maes Aled-Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs E. J. Morgan, Bath Miss Morgan, do Masters G. H. and F. J. Morgan, do Miss Richards, do Miss Longlands, do Glasfryti-Mi-s Jones Mr John T. Booth, Chicago, Ill, U.S.A. Sunny bank— Mr and Mrs Sidney Owen and family, Oxford The Voryn— 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 Lang Side- Mr and Mrs Bartley Dennis, family and servants, Harrow-on-the- Hill Miss Pierrepont Edwards, do II, Ch ureh Walks—Mrs Conway M.- and Mrs F. C. Hunt and baby, New Bushey, Hertfordshire Mr J. Roberts, senr., Dolwydd- elen Mr J. Roberts, junr., do TanlKvyfan Isat— Mrs Maples & family, Manchester Mrs Woodhead, do 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 Hafodunos—Mrs Barker Mrs Sparks, Mount Clear, Todmorden Mr and Mrs Atherton, Todmorden Mrs Stansfield, Inchfield, Walsend Mrs Midgeley, The Shade, Todmorden Miss Ogden, Bottoms, Walsden Miss Fielden, Dulesgate, Tod- morden Mrs Smith, Wood Cottage, do Miss Emily Whitehead, Stansfield Hall, do Kenwyn—Mrs Lake Mr R. H. Sherwin, Leek Mrs Sherwin, children & nurse, do Miss Amy Naylor, London Miss Burley, do 2, Ocean View—Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs Dutton, Manchester Miss Dutton, do Miss G. Dutton, do Miss J. Dutton, do
CONGO METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY, COLWYN BAY. Week ending Sept. 29nd, 1894. Mean Temperature for the week 50'g I Total Hours of Sunshine 33 hrs. 40 min Maximum Temperature „ 61'6 Total Rainfall 0*36 in. Minimum Temperature 36*6 | Mean Maximum Minimum Daily Humidity. Sunshine. Rainfall. Temper- Temper- Temper- Per Inches. Wind, ature. ature. ature. Cent. H. M. Sunday 55-4 50*8 53-1 93 I "n Calm. Monday 61 '6 52'0 56'8 82 2 ro E. I Tuesday. 58"o 42'3 5o'2 88 IE, I Wednesday. 57'9 44'2 51*0 73 7 20 I '25 E. Thursday" 57'4 46'6 52'0 66 5 25 E. Friday 54'0 6-6 11'3 6, E. ,i5 3 Saturday 4 39'9 47*7 73 1 8 30 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. THE RAINFALL AT BRYN EURYN. 1 Diameter of Funnel, 5 inches. Rain Guage < Height) Above ground, ] foot. I of Top Above Sea Level, 125 feet. Readings taken at 9 a.m., daily. Month. Date. Depth. Remarks. — Inches. September 25 — 26 — 37 — I a8 f Nil. 29 — 3° — J October 1 Total for week THOS. HUTOHINGS. THE OBSEOUIES OF THE LATE REV. E. C. EVANS, WELSH BAPTIST MINISTER, COLWYN BAY. The sudden death, on September 27th, of the Rev E. C. Evans, Welsh Baptist Minister of Colwyn Bay, brief reports of which have appeared in the Liverpool and Manchester dailies of last week, cast a widespread gloom on every hand. Although he had been in indifferent health for some years past, and never was, we believe, of a robust and strong bodily frame, yet not even his most intimate friends suspected that his departure hence was to take place so soon. The Rev Henry T. Cousins (the esteemed pastor of the local English Baptist Church), who himself is only just recovering from a lengthened serious illness, writes under date, Henblas Farm, near Abergele, September 28th,—Just a few lines to express my deep sorrow on hearing of the sudden death of your dear friend and pastor, Mr Evans. It is surely true that In the midst of life we are in death." Who would have thought that Mr Evans's death would be recorded before mine a little time ago ? He is now taken, but I am left. God knows what is best, and takes the ripest grain into the garner first. Please convey my heartfelt sympathy to all the friends. I pray God that this sudden bereavement may be the means of great and lasting blessing to all immediately concerned, and that out of the seeming disappointment may come the ripest fruit." A great number of letters, mostly Welsh, have been received, expressive of deep sorrow with the bereaved family and the Church. The Rev Thomas Lloyd, minister of the English Coiigre,-atiotial ichurch, writes:—"At Eglwys y Bedyddwyr, Colwyn Bay. Anwyl Frodyr.— Caniatewch i mi, yn emv yr Eglwys Annibynol Seisoneg yn y lie, i ddatgan ein cydymdeimlad dyfnaf a chwi fel eglwys yn eich galar mawr. Dvdd du a gofidus ydyw hwn yn eich hanes. Colled nas gellir ei mesur yw colli gweinidog o gymeriad, gallu, a duwioldeb Mr Evans. Yr hyn sydd yn gysur i chwi, yn yr awr drallodus hon, ydyw, fod y Pen Bugail yn aros gyda chwi, er fod yr is fugail wedi ei alw ymaith. Yr oedd eich gweinidog parchus ac anwyl yn un a gerid gan bawb a'i hadwaenai. Yr oedd yn gyfaill gwerth ei adnabod, yn Gristion hawdd ei garu, ac yn foneddwr a hawliai barch. Yr y'ch wedi colli gweinidog ffyddlon yr y'm ninnau wedi colli brawd anwyl. Bydded i Ben Mawr yr Eglwys ofalu am danoch fel eglwys a chynnulleidfa, a chysuro y weddw a'r amddifaid druain yn eu galar dwys. Bydded i belydrau Haul y Cyfiawnder lewyrchu arnoch drwy y cwmwl du presenol, ac allan o'r galar hwn' bydded i'r Arglwydd berffeithio niawl a gogoniant i'w Enw bendigedig Ef Ei Hun." The Rev O. Evans, Calvinistic Methodist minister, writes:—" A fyddwch chwi mor garedig a chyflwyno fy nghydymdeimlad a gweddw ac amddifaid eich anwyl weinidog a gymerwyd ymaith mor sydvn gan obeithio yn fawr y bydd i Dduw pob dyddanwch roddi iddynt yn ehelaeth o'i bresenoldeb i'w cynal a'u cysuro yn eu profedigaeth lem. Yn y Cyfarfod Eglwysig, nos Iau diweddaf, gwnaeth amryw o'r brodyr grybwylliad tra teimladwy at yr amgylchiad, a datgenid y cydymdeimlad dwysaf a'r teulu ac a r eglwys yr oedd ef yn weinidog arni. Bwriadaf, os yr Arglwydd a'i myn, fod yn bresenol yn y gladdedigaeth." The Rev E. K. Jones (of Brymbo), Secretary of the Denbighshire, Flintshire, and Merionethshire Baptist Association. writes Parodd eich llythyr ymylddu dristwch ac hiraeth dwys yn fy nghalon. Er fy mod yn gwybod mai gwanaidd o gorph oedd ein hanwyl frawd, nid oeddwn yn barod i glywed am symudiad mor sydyn iddo. Deallwyf ei fod wedi marw fel ag y bu fyw, yn farddonol, yn hardd, ac yn ogoneddus. Marw a'r bwa yn ei law,-marw yn yr act o ddethol ei saethau o hen gawell y Gair Dwyfol,—a marw ar lan y mOr! Disgwyliwn gael bod gydag ef yn pregethu dydd Mercher a dydd Iau wythnos i'r nesaf, a mawr oedd fy awydd am ei glywed, ond, wele y Meistr wedi galw y pregethwr gartref i fwynhau rhagorol olud y gras a bregethwyd mor anwyl a dylanwadol ganddo. Teimlaf fod pwlpud ein gwlad wedi ei lymhau yn fawr o golli E. C. Evans. Teimlaf yn siomedig nas gallaf fod gyda chwi yn yr angladd. Byddwch cystal a mynegu fy nghydymdeimlad dwys a Mrs Evans yn ei thrallod chwerw, ac hefyd a'r amddifaid yn eu colled fawr hefyd ag Eglwys Colwyn Bay yn eu profedigaeth o golli gweinidog mor bur, mor gall, mor dreiddgar ei olygon ysprydol, ac mor ymroddgar i'w waith. Dangosed yr Arglwydd i bawb o'r galarwyr Ei ddaioni Ef trwy ddyrchu arnynt eto lewyrch ei wyneb." The Rev Principal G. Gethin Davies, D.D., of the North Wales Baptist College, Bangor, writes: Diolch i chwi am eich Ilythyr gyda'r newydd trwm. Sydyn, sydyn oedd yr alwad. Gwyn ei fyd. A'r mor nid oedd mwyach.' Byddaf yn y gladdedigaeth os bydd modd." The Rev E. Williams (of Rhos Ruabon, and formerly of Holywell) writes Daeth eich cylchlythyr caredig i law boreu heddyw yn cynwys y newydd pruddaidd ac annisgwyliadwy am symudiad eich anwyl weinidog, Mr Evans. Anhawdd genyf gymmodi 3.'r ffaith vma, a diau y teimlwch chwi yn fwy anhawdd fyth yna. Ond rhaid ymfoddloni i'r Ewyllys Ddwyfol, oherwydd yr Arglwydd sydd yn bywhau ac yn marwhau. Buasai yn wir dda genyf allu bod yn bresenol dydd Llun i weinyddu y gymwynas olaf i un o ser disgleiriaf ein pwlpud, ond nis gallaf. Byddwch mor garedig a chyflwyno fy nghydymdeimlad dyfnaf a'r teulu ac â'r eglwys yn y trofedigaeth chwerw bresennol. Bwriwch eich baich ar yr Arglwydd, a hydd yn sicr o'ch cynal. Mae y cysur mwyaf yn eich meddiant, sef bod eich parchus weinidog wedi myned o ganol ei waith i fwynhau ei wobr. Coded yr Arglwydd lawer tebyg iddo." The following telegram, couched in most kindly terms, was sent jointly by the Rev E. Mitchell (of Ponkey) and the Rev J. Roberts (of Cefn Bychan, Ruabon):—" Gofidus genym Analluog i fod yn nghladdedigaeth eich parchus weinidog. Cwympodd cedrwydden o lan y mor i le na bydd mor mwyach; o fynwes un anwyl i un anwylach." The church at Hirwain, South Wales, the scene of our departed friend's faithful and God-blessed labours for twenty years, on learning the sad news, passed a resolution of condolence with the church of their former beloved pastor, and sent it by the hand of three brethren, members of that church, who hoped to arrive early enough to be present at the funeral. But with sad hearts and tearful eyes they learnt, on reaching Colwyn Bay, that the funeral was over, and that the last look here on him whom they so much loved and respected, and which they intensely wished to have, was missed. The letter, bearing the signature of Messrs Thomas Jones, O. George, Evan Evans, and L. Thomas, the deacons, reads as follows: -"An "'yl Frodyr a Cliwioi-ydd yn yr Arglwydd,—Drylliwyd ein teimladau yn fawr gan y newydd pruddaidd fod eich gweinidog parchus a'n Jdiweddar an wyl weinidog ninau am hir flynyddau, y Parch E. C. Evans, wedi huno yn yr ang-eu, a hyny yn dra sydyn, boreu dydd Iau diweddaf. Yn Nghvfarfod Gweddi yr eglwys neithiwr, penderfynwyd anfon hyn o linellau attoch yu ngwyneb analluogrwydd y diaconiaid i fod yn bresenol yn angladd ein hanwyl frawd i gyflwyno ein cydymdeimlad A chwi yn eich gofid, ac i'ch sicrhau ein bod yn cyfranogi o'ch galar a'ch hiraeth yn herwydd colli un a anwylid mor fawr genym. Credwn ei fod heddyw mown gogoniant, yn berffaith rydd oddi- wrth boen a gwendid. Drwy ei symudiad mae yr eglwys ar y ddaear yn dlotach, a'r pwlpud Cymraeg wedi colli un o'r addurniadau disgleiriaf. Gwr Duw a dysgawdwr yn Israel.' Duw pob dawn a fyddo yn eich cysuro yn eich trailed, ac a'ch cymhwyso chwi a ninnau i gyfarfod a'n hanwyl frawd eto mewn gwlad sydd well i fyw. Space will not permit us to note all the letters received, although we would have liked to do so. Amongst them are very kind letters from the Rev L. W. Lewis, Liverpool Rev J. Spinther James, M.A., C.C., Llandudno; Rev T. Evans, Glan Conway and Mr S. Williams, Llanrwst. The mortal remains of the departed were conveyed to their "long rest" at Colwyn Cemetery last Monday, October ist. Public service, as announced in the circular letters sent to the ministers and Churches of the town and of the various Associations, was held at 12.30 at the Tabernacle, where the deceased pastor's Church met for divine worship. The Rev J. Thomas (Colwyn Bay) notwith- standing his beloved wife's illness, and his own bodily weakness, very kindly presided, and also carried out with much decorum and order the whole details of the funeral arrangements. The service was commenced by the Rev W. Davies (of Glanconway) reading a portion of Scripture and offering prayer. Some of the letters above referred-to, were then read, after which the Rev T. Roberts (of Abergele) spoke, follonved by the Rev J. (;rlffitlis (of Liatifairf'ecliaii); Rev T. Lloyd, Eti-lisli Cotigreg I ational Minister; Rev j. Edward, English Presbyterian Minister, and Rev O. Evans, Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Minister. The service, which lasted nearly an hour, was concluded by the Rev J. J. Williams (of Pe nygroes) engaging In prayer, followed by the singing of the hymn Os cletiaf drwy'r anizilwch." The service in the chapel over, the ministers, deacons, and members of the various denomina- tions formed into procession two deep, preceded by Principal Davies and Rev J. J. Williams, and followed by a great number of other friends from far and near." Precisely at two o'clock, they reached Ty Newydd Farm, Old Colwyn, where the deceased's body lay encased in a beautiful oak coffin with brass mountings, and laden with a great number of lovely wreaths from friends whose names at the moment, unfortunately, we have not at hand. At the house, the Rev E. Evans (of Bangor) read a portion of Scripture, and the Rev W. Penllyn Jones, Congregational Minister, Colwyn, prayed. The large concourse were then reformed again into a procession, which now had greatly increased, and amongst them were noticed Dr Morris, physician of the departed and the Rev J. Griffith, M.A., Vicar of Old Colwyn. When the cortege reached the cemetery gate, the coffin was removed from the hearse, and was conveyed, by the Deacons and Sunday School Superintendent of the late Evans's Church, into the Cemetery Chapel. Here, Principal Gethin Davies spoke, followed by the Revs W. Lewis and E. T. Davies (of Rhyl)¡ and W. Edwards (of Llandudno). Prayer was then offered by the Rev J. Williams, Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Minister, Old Colwyn. the graveside, when the remains of the lamented man of God had been gently lowered into mother earth," the Rev D. Davies (of Llan- dudno) spoke, and was followed by the Revs lVI. Roberts (of Blaenau Festiniog) and O. Davies Carnarvon). After the Rev I. James (of Ruthin) had offered prayer, the hymn" Bydd myrdd 0 ryfeddodau was sung by all the vast number that had remained throughout the last closing scene, tears streaming down almost every cheek. We wish that we could have given verbatim the warm, affectionate, and loving words spoken by all the friends. Clearly, the departed was not an ordinary man o'r preacher," but (as one said) To know him was to love him." His brother ministers (one and all) thanked God for him, and for the good they had had from communion wit'1 him. Several other ministers not yet mentioned hitherto were present, but—through lack of or late an ivai-were prevented from speaking iiatiiely :-The Revs B. Evans (Rhuddlan), p. tj. Edwards (Rhyl), O. Jones (Llanddoget), and M- H. Jones (Llanrwst). A letter expressive of sympathy and sorrow just to hand also from the Rev T. Idvval Jones, ° Glyn, the native and burial place of the immorta' Cynddelw. The Church which the late Mr Evans had so faithfully ministered to wish to thank most heartily all who have shown so much sympa y a" th kindness towards them and the bereave wido"' d and the fatherless in their great sorrow. THE ENGLISH BAPTIST PASTOR'S RECENT ILLNESS. It has been a very anxious time for all the nia")' friends of the Rev H. T Cousiiis, F.R.G.S., and especially for the members of the Eti? jst L?lish BaPt Church (of which lie is Pastor). We have there' fore, sincere pleasure in beiiit? tio%v in a posit'o'l to announce that the reverend gentleman is illak"lg a satist'actoi-y i,ecov(-?ry from his recent extrealely serious illtiess, and we ha stell to publish the following letter which we have received froo him:- TO THE I-IDITOR OF The Weekli, Ne7vs- S Of Bear Sir,-Allow me, through the colum"d your valuable paper, to tender ii-iy heartiest all sincerest thanks to the many friends of all detil ci inatioiis who so kindly sytnpathised with? all practically helped me, in i-ny prolonged at, painful illtiess. I feel deeply grateful to Dr R. E. Lord, 9-o' Lotid., for his Lint-eii)itting care, dexterity, 311 1 attention during my indisposition, and to the Many friends who so getierouslv assisted in the work Of ato the Church during my enforced absence., I aly hoping that in the course of a few weeks [lie, strengLI-i will be stifficietitly i-estoi-ed to enable ,Id to resume my duties with inci-e?isitig energy be success, and to pay ?t pastoral visit to all t members of my Church and congregati0.1". Thanking you in anticipation,—-I am, dear Sir yours faithfully, HENRY T. COUSINS, Pastor of the English Baptist Church, Colwyn Bay. (For continuation of News, see Illustrated Supplement).