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J. M. PORTER, THE ESTATE OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. BUILDING SITES, FOR ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY TO BE SOLD ON CHIEF OR OTHERWISE. Particulars and plans of several hundred acres Comprising- all the best land in the neighbourhood. Residences and other Properties for FOR SALE. liouses (furnished and unfurnished) TO LET. Apartments to Let. LARK HILL, CONWAY.—Apartments at moderate terms. Large house in its own Pr]vate grounds, overlooking the picturesque W °f Conway, with its ancient Castle and ),alls, the Estuary of the river, the Vale, the Eryri ountains, &c. For fresh air and nature un- "rpassed. Tennis Lawns, &c. Mrs. Cynwal 28ss- OLWYN BAY—EDELWEIS, Private Boarding House—The Misses Retemeyer.— £ 2 2s. per ^eek' i56—5 2 QUPERIOR APARTMENTS, situated near the Sea and Woods. Good Cooking, &c. perms moderate. Apply "N. Office of this Colwyn Bay. 262-S OOLWYN BAY.—Capesthorne Towers, West jS— End Promenade. Charming Sea view, Partments. Mrs. Rickard, Proprietress. 277S— ROMENADE, Colwyn Bav. "Hawkstone." e Apartments. Newlv furnished bj' an jyj nent London Firm. Directly facing sea. -^S^ificent views. Apply as above. 276—^ ^OMFORTABLE Apartments, close to Shore jN-' a"d Station.—Apply, Danesbury, H a war- ad, Colwyn Bay. 28IS- ST. PIRAN'S, Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. Supefior Apartments. Good Cooking and We"dance- Highly recommended. — Mrs. -^Jworth. 283—5 \ONHEULOG Private and Commercial c* I TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Abergele Rd., a ,w'yn Bay. Central, clean, homely, detached, Pleasantly situated. Tourists and Visitors fyr ri^Pre a home from home,' combined with \V;M ra*e Charges. Private Suites of Rooms p 1 Board or otherwise.—-MRS. H. TONES, .I)rietress. 287s— MOST Comfortable Appartments offered in a pleasant and sheltered situation for jj er nionths with good attendance found and 0-e comforts. Very moderate terms. — "T.T. of this Paper, Colwyn Bay. 297— To Let. "T^EGANWY, near Llandudno, close to station, An 1 ^"urn'shed House or Apartments to let. ^Py, Miss Evans, 7, High St., Conway. 283—5 P RIV ATE HOUSE to be Let Furnished. Pe Apply, H. C., c/o the Misses Retemeyer, enslon Edelweiss, Grove Park, Colwyn Biy. 275-13 OOLWYN BAY.—To be let, and may be that EN*ERED '"TO on the T5fH day of April next, ViII Compact and commodious semi-detached Sp a. calJed Glvn Villa. The house contains eih-1 I's entrance hall, three entertaining rooms, t^ro bedrooms, bath-room, hot and cold water Cel]^1 °ut> butler's pantry, kitchen, back-kitchen, Vie^rs ur|derneath, W.Cs. Best sea and country kij. ,s' Veil sheltered from east winds, capital tte C en-g-arden. well stocked with choice fruit R, ornamental lawn in front.—For further G] culars apply to Mr Edward Morris, The -filgrave Road, Colwyn Bay. 297 A Artist wishes to let his Furnished Cottage and residence for six months. It is situate one and a half miles from Conway, on high ground m0u ,Cflrnmandins<- magnificent views of both a'" ar|d dale. Rent 10/- per week. Address, office of this paper, Conway. 298—1 To be Sold. C)Ld NEWSPAPERS. Quantities of 2Slbs. Con and upwards. Weekly Neivs Office, Singing. M Iss LlNDSAY(Pupil of Madame Marchesi), ^ftern give lessons in the above every c/o ~P0r,j-—For terms apply to Miss Lindsay, C0Hv Misses Rowland, Denham Lodge, ^Bay. 297-2 Money. IVf ORTGAGES.—. £ 7,000 to be advanced upon &ay0r ^eehold or leasehold securities in Colwyn T^Rhbourhood, in sums not less than £ 100 SecU 0 5 per cent interest according to the Apply, Percy Hignett, Solicitor, Colwyn 276— 0 Fees unless Cash is advanced. tQNEY ADVANCED PRIVATELY ^ticj o^u'esnien' Farmers, Lodging-house Keepers, °r lers, repayable by easy instalments. Call e> in strict confidence, to GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, 3' Crescent Rd., Rhyl. — Ce' Manchester. Established 1870. 267—52 Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, COMWSY. Musical Service of Song, 51 << £ ENTITLED: 0L* THE MASTER'S SAKE," Will be rendered by the (J1t SAND OF HOPE CHOIR, Th Wednesday, November 7th, 1894. 6 ^erv'oe will be illustrated with Limelight ls'ze of picture 250 square feet) by J. R. FURNESS, ESQ., R.C.A. Rpa9llairman: J. P. GRIFFITHS, ESQ. eader: MISS J. E. JONES, High Street. C Accompanist: MISS C. M. JONES. Ad °nductor: MR. THOS. W. HUGHES. °n Reserved Seats, 1/6; First Seats, 1 Second D00 Seats, 6d. \|rs °pen at 6.30, to commence at 7 o'clock. -■ 298— Sales by Mr. F. A. Dew. F. A. DEW, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, Llewelyn Chambers, COLWYN BAY. Ten years ( including five years' articles) with two of the largest firms of Land Agents in the country. AUCTIONS of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, House Property, Building Land, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, Pictures, Books, and Plate. VALUATIONS of Estates, Business Premises, Private Residences, Building Land, Standing Timber, Agricultural Property (including Tenant Right Valuations under Agreement or the Agri- cultural Holdings Act) Dilapidations, &c, and for Probate, Mortgage, Trustees, Business Transfers, Hotels, &c. MORTGAGES ARRANGED. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. HOUSES TO LET- Furnished & Unfurnished. Information given of Houses, Building Estates, Farms, Country Residences, and Business Pre- mises for Sale or to let in all parts of North Wales. FIRE, LIFE, AND GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. The Offices occupy the most prominent and central position in Colwyn Bay, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auction Announce- ments. 120- FURNISHED HOUSES. Full particulars of Houses to Let Furnished during the Winter months in the following towns, will be sent free of charge on application stating requirements Colwyn Bay, Old Colwyn, Rhos and District, Conway, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Bettws- y-coed, Trefriw, Llandudno and Deganwy, Rhyl and Abergele, Bangor, Beaumaris, and Menai Bridge. FOR SALE. BY PRIVATE TREATY. FREEHOLD.— Several very choice PLOTS of BUILDING LAND also a large selection of Superior RESIDENCES, suitable for occupation or investment in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. HOUSES WANTED.—Almost daily applica- tions for Furnished and Unfurnished Houses.— No charge made unless actual business results. MORTGAGES.—Wanted to advance at low interest on sound freehold investments, sums of £ 300, £600. £ 800, and £ 1,200. FOR INVESTMENT.—Several substantially built and well let Residences for Sale, shewing 6 per cent interest on purchase money. Fire and Life Insurance in all its branches. Agent for the Alliance Fire and Life, the Man- chester Fire, the Norwich and London Accident, and other old established Offices. TO LET, FURNISHED. Several Houses in good positions in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. Rents varying accord- ing to accommodation. Full particulars of F. A. DEW as above. ST. TUDNO'S GUILD. On Wednesday, the 31st October, 1894, A COMEDY LECTURE will be dilivered in the PIEI PAVILTGN, LEAIDUDIO. BY MAX O'RELL. Chairman :-THE HON. H. LL. MOSTYN. Reserved Seats, 2/6 1st do., 2/ 2nd do., i/ Doors open at 7. The Lecture will commence at 7.30 sharp, to enable those coming from Conway and Colwyn Bay to return by the 9.15 train. 297-2 LLANDRILLO CHURCH. A BAZAAR Will (D.V.) be held in The Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, IN LAST WHOLE WEEK OF JULY, 1895, For the purpose of improving and enlarging the Organ. Contributions will be most thankfully received by Mrs. Venables-Williams, The Vicarage. 297-4 COLWYN BAY ART CLASSES, (In connection with the Science and Art Depart- ment, London and the Denbighshire County Council.) SEASON 1894-95. COMMITTEE. County Alderman THOMAS PARRY (Chairman). Mr. J. Adamson, Mr. R. E. Lord, Rev. H. T. Couins, Francis Nunn, Mr. John Davies, C.C., John Porter, C.C., W. Earp, John Roberts, W. D. Fraser, W. H. Roberts, Alexander Grant, G. H. Rutter, W. O. Huges, Rev. Canon Hugh Roberts, (Hon. Treasurer), Mr. J. W. Thomas, Percy Hignett, Rev. W. Venables-Williams, Mr. A. O. Walker. Instructor MR. J. A. MULLIGAN, Art Master. Evening Classes will be held at the Board School. Conway Road, commencing on Friday, the 26th of October. For instruction in Freehand and Model Draw- ing, from 6*30 to 8.15 p.m. For instruction in Plane and Solid Geometry, Building Construction, from 8.15 to 9.30 p.m. Terms, 3/6 for each class, per term of 13 weeks. The expense of these classes is a very consider- able item, towards which the County Council for Denbighshire have' promised £35, this leaves nearly another C,35 to be contributed, in order that the Committee may not be hampered in their work, and they therefore earnestly appeal to all who take an interest in the education of young poeple to liberally assist in making up this amount, and in bringing these classes to the notice of all who will benefit by them. Subscriptions may be paid to the Hon. Treas- urer, Mr. W. O. Hughes, Metropolitan Bank, or to any of the Committee. Public Hall, ASHTON BREMNER, Colwyn Bay. Hon. Sec, 298-4 "DON'T advertise spasmodically-keep at it. Your particular line of goods may not be wanted to-day; they will be sought to-morrow, or the day after." "PEOPLlTI won't and can't guess that you have a good thing." D. ALLEN & SONS, Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, Undertakers, &c., 6 & 7, STATION RD., COLWYN BAY. Dining room and Drawing room Suites, from £6 15s. Bedroom Suites (including Wardrobe), from £ 5 os. Carpets and Rugs. Linoleums and Mats. Bedsteads and Bedding. Special attention is paid to the Upholstery and Bedding Department. Old Furniture Re- upholstered and Re-polished equal to new at the most reasonable prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN. FURNITURE CAREFULLY REMOVED BY ROAD OR RAIL. Cabinet Works, Ivy Street. CUT-OUT PAPER PATTERN to every purchaser. ?orTHREE HALF-CROWNS A (7/6) we offer to supply a FULL DRESS LENGTH our SPECiALSERGE in any of the following colours;- Black, Blue, Myrtle, Claret, Mulberry, Moss, Prune, Nut Brown, Navy, Red Brown, Grey, Brown Mixture, Steel, &c., &c. THESE DRESS LENGTHS MAKE VERY SUITABLE PilSEITS. They are not clumsy or heavy, will not spot with rain, or wear threadbare, and we guarantee Perfect Satisfaction or Return Money. THEY ARE UNDOUBTEDLY THE SURPRISE OF THE SEASON. Special offer to the readers of the Colwyn Bay and Conway Weekly News. IMPORTANT. READ! READ! With every order for three full Dress Lengths, we shall present a Length of splendid wearing Tweed for underskirt; with orders for six Dress Lengths we shall present one full Dress Length of Serge in any colour. CUT THIS OUT AND POST IT WITH ORDER. COSTUME CLOTHS and TWEEDS in endless variety, 10/6, 12/6, 15/ 16/6, and 17/6 THE FULL DRESS LENGTH. PATTERNS Post Free and need not be returned. PARCELS are Carriage Paid in all cases to any part of the British Isles. Cut out Pafer Pattern Free with every order. REMNANT BUNDLES OF SERGE, 5/- each (Carriage Paid). Lutas Leathley & Co., Dept. 173, Armley, Leeds. 291-13 as illustration below presented Established 1873. PATRONISED BY THE NOBILITY. JOKJST JONES, ÏI.y GRIMSBY HOUSE, fATWVN RiV Opposite St. Paul's Church, vJv/JJ II 1 Ii Dli 1. Home-cured Hams and Bacon, and Genuine Pork Sausages always on hand. Corned Beef. Pickled Tongues. CHOICEST QUALITY OF MEAT ONLY SUPPLIED. 157- Stiff Joints, Twinges in the Back, Toothache, Chilblains, Lumbago, Strained Muscles, Rheumatism of years standing can be got rid of at once with EVIN hHO DCEA which Instantly Touches the Spot Afflicted. Homocea-as a pain-relieving curative lubricant-has no rival in the world of healing remedies for Piles, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, &c., &c. t will stop a severe Influenza Cold like magic. All wholesale houses stock Homocea. It can be obtained from Chemists and others at I/IYz or 2/9 per box, or will be sent by post for 1/3 and 3/ from the Wholesale Agency, ZI, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead. Sold in Colwyn Bay by Edward Lloyd, Conway Road. "The Millinery & Dressmaking" AT .gh X»SLifBiœe¡- BRITANNIA HOUSE, COLWYN BAY, gggf* Can. be relied upon. Style," Fit," and Economy" combined. Special attention given to Wedding and Mourning Orders. 157- I I U £ fJk3Jl!lJ|V|lUJ!9l It is a THIN PLASTER, and TAKES UP NO ROOM IN THE BOOT. It is especially useful for REDUCING ENLARGED TOE JOINTS, which so spoil the symmetry of otherwise beautiful feet. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED, some of whom have suffered for FIFTY YEARS, without being able to get relief from any other remedy. It acts like magic in relieving all Pain and I Throbbing, and soon cures the most obsti- nate Corns & Bunions. A trial of a box Is earnestly solicited an rp.Hof Is STire. smsa I I Istlie BEST REMEDY ever discovered* J I Istlie BEST REMEDY ever discovered* j the Sole Proprietors, M. BEETHAM & SON, Chemists, CHELTENHAM. |l 271 J. E. ROBERTS & Co., AUCTIONEERS Sr VALUERS, House and Estate Agents. Sales conducted on reasonable terms. Cash advanced on Absolute Sale. OFFICES Station Road, Colwyn Bay. 297-52 The Greatest Boon of the Age. No more Smoke Plague! No more Smoky Flues! The only Perfect Remedy under all conditions of wind and place, is PEYTON'S PATENT "Champion" Chimney Pot, As supplied to Her Majesty's Office of Works. Sole Agent for the district:— ROGER BATESMAN, 297-4 Builder, Colwyn Bay. "NEVER fix the price of anything so low that you can't afford to advertise it." NON-ADVERTISING means the limitation of busi- ness to personal influence." Building Sites at Conway. THE CIE:ERW, Consisting of NINE FREEHOLD SITES, Commanding magnificent Views, will be Sold by Private Treaty, the Lots ranging from 1,000 to 1,200 square yards. Apply to Mr. A. W. JONES, BRYN CORACH 272— CONWAY MAGAZINES and Periodicals bound iVJL to any pattern, in First-class Style, by competent Workmen and on our own premises, by R. E. JONES & BROS., Central Library, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, and Rose Hill St., Conway. iL'A, fl ■ MM ■ Makes ijootsTnT*Harness 1 1 jP| H B fcl » Waterproof as a duck's back, I 1 nl B and soft as velvet. Adds jLM MB Baa Bn 3 three times to the wear and allows polishing. u d i 18 Exhibition Highest nilRRIM fill || I ■ B IH 2s* of All Bootmakers, Wmr ill Saddlers, Ironmongers, &C. 290-52
LIST OF VISITORS.
LIST OF VISITORS. Until the approach of the summer season 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 Nensis Office, Conway, will gladly be inserted in our issue of the following Friday. ————
COLWYN BAY. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL. (Mr. J. Porter, Proprietor.) Mrs Sunter, London Miss H. B. Marsh, Leamington J. Ponsonby, Esq, Wilmslow Miss Nunns, do Mr and Mrs F. Potts, Chester The Rev F. A. Potts, do Richard Tonge, Esq, Wilmslow Dr S. Jebb Scott, Finstall Park, Worcestershire Mrs Scott, do Miss Eleanor Dickins, Tardeligge Colonel C. M. Royds, Greenhill, Rochdale Mrs Royds and maid, do Miss Tylder Wright, Dublin Mrs Langdon and maid, Fallowfield Master Langdon, do Mr and Mrs Hesse, Broughton Park, Manchester Miss Hesse, do Mr and Mrs Atkinson,-Crosby, near Liverpool Mrs Drabble, Northenden, Cheshire The Misses Drabble, do Drabble, Esq, do Mr and Mrs H. M. Wilson, The Hermitage, Holmes Chapel Mr and Mrs R. C. Ogilvie, Dublin Mr and Mrs Cookson, Seaforth Mr and Mrs H. Lloyd, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire Miss Lloyd, do Mr and Mrs R. Hamilton Few, Southberry Grange, Wimbledon Miss E. M. Few, do Miss M. G. Few, do Miss Henriques, Manchester Master E. Henriques, do PENSION EDELWEISS. (Misses Retemeyer.) Miss Hayes, Birkenhead Miss Bamford, Liverpool Mrs Holland, Warrenne House, Wakefield Hazelmere, Rhiw Road-Mrs Jones The Venerable Archdeacon Wilson, Manchester Mrs Wilson, do Sunny Bank, Nantyglyn Road-F. H. Jumeaux Miss Rayner Miss J. H. Jumeaux, Colwyn Bay Mr and Mrs Booth, Dublin La Plata Villa, Greenfield Road- J. W. Kay, Esq, Hu ddersfield Mrs Kay, do Master Gordon Kay and maid, do Mrs Crowther, do Miss Ruddock, do Miss Gladys Ashworth, Manchester Conescliffe, Greenfield Road— Miss Turton, Kidderminster Miss H. Turton, do Mrs Rickett, Birmingham Mrs Walker, do
PWLLYCROCHAN WOODS. WHEN we observe the rapid increase of Colwyn Bay, and the tremendous inroads made upon the natural rural beauty of the surroundings, by the builders and others, the conviction is forced upon us that these splendid Woods should in some way be secured for the unrestricted use of the public for all time. We believe that the attainment of this most desirable end was simply postponed some little time ago owing to the financial resources of the Local Board having at that time been somewhat severly taxed. The rateable value of the District has increased (and must be increasing) by leaps and bounds, and, while recognising the fact that rates at present are by no means at "low-water mark," we nevertheless think that, should the Local Board undertake this further (and we might almost say absolutely necessary liability, their action would be endorsed by every ratepayer who has sufficient at stake in the District to make him anxious for the future welfare of Colwyn Bay. We feel quite justified in the admission that the foregoing remarks have been prompted by by undisputable information which we have received, that sales to private individuals of certain portions of these Woods, justly termed "The Backbone of Colwyn Bay," are in contem- plation, and have indeed almost passed the preliminary stage. It is to be hoped that for some little time such proceedings may be stayed, in order that the matter may be thoroughly considered by the Local Authority in its new garb as a District Council, and this question might well form a "platform plank" in the coming election.
COLWYN BAY. SUNDAY SERVICES. Parish Church, Llandrillo.- EngJish 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.m.Service and Sermon; Sunday School, 9..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) Daily Services at 11.0 a.m. and 7.0 p.m.; Holy Communion on Saints' Days, after the 11.0 am. 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..Tohn's,-The Avenue.-Next Sunday morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Rev. H. H. M'Cullagh, 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, Rev Joseph Evans. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Monday evening, 6.15, Band of Hope. Wednesday week-evening- service, 70. Thursday evening, 7.0, Young People Bible Class; 7.45, Y. P. S. Christian Endeavour. Rev John Edwards, Pastor. English Con,gregational.-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. Rev. John Francis Matthews, Audlem, Cheshire. Sunday School, afternoon, 2 30. Wednesday evening, at 7.30, Prayer and Bible Reading; all are cordially invited, presided over by theRevH.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. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH.—Few friends are having a Soiree on Wednesday evening next, October 31st, at 6,30, to welcome Mrs Cousins (the wife of the Pastor), who has lately arrived from South Africa, and also to rejoice in the return of the Pastor to his duties after his serious illness. Loss OF A VESSEL NEAR COLWYN BAY, Two LIVES LOST.—During a severe storm on Sunday morning, October 21st, the flat Rose, of Runcorn, which had been loaded at the Merllyn quarry stage on the previous afternoon, sank off Penmaen Rock, Llanddulas. When first seen from land, the sails were above the water. A small boat was attached to the sunken vessel, and in this, at twenty minutes past seven, two men were seen pulling towards the shore. When in the breakers the boat capsized, and both were drowned. The boat, on coming ashore, was found to bear on the nameboard the inscription "R. Abraham, master." The caps of both men, whose names are R. Abraham, Runcorn, and Thomas Jones, Widnes, were washed ashore, but the bodies up to Thursday morning had not been recovered. The Ada Mary, which belongs to the same owners, was on Sunday lying close to the foundered vessel, and a large concourse of people assembled on the shore awaiting the recovery of the bodies. Boats have been out searching for the bodies of the two men who were drowned on Sunday, bu so far they have been unsuccessful. Until the gale of Wednesday night, the vessel remained in the same position, the top-mast and sail being visible from the shores, but on Thursday morning not a vestige was visible. It was rumoured that salvage operations involving the employment of a tug, had been in contemplation. THE ATTEMPTED FRAUD EN ROUTE FROM COLWYN BAY.—At the Carnarvonshire October Quarter Sessions, a young servant of the name of Mary Williams (22), said to be hailing from Llanddulas, was charged with attempting, by false pretences, to obtain from the London and North-Western Railway Company the sum of Lii 10s 8d. Mr Colt Williams prosecuted, and the prisoner was undefetided.-It appeared from the evidence that the prisoner travelled on the 19th of April last from Colwyn Bay to Llandudno, and alleged that she had with her two tin boxes containing clothes of the value of LiT 10s 8d. When she arrived at Llandudno Junction the prisoner said that she saw the two boxes (a large and a small one) properly labelled, and that she had asked a porter to take them over to the Llandudno train. When the prisoner arrived at Llandudno she told a parcel-clerk that the boxes were not forthcoming. In a few days after, on the 26th April, the prisoner complied with the request of the railway officials, and wrote out a statement of the contents of the boxes, which was all false, inasmuch as she had no boxes when leaving Colwyn Bay, they being at the time in a house at Rhyl, where she had previously been in service. The boxes were subsequently sent to her parents' house at Llanddulas. When it was found out that the claim was a bogus one, the prisoner admitted that it was so.—The prisoner, who was found guilty, but recommended to the mercy of the Court, was sentenced to two months im- prisonment with hard labour, she having already been two months in prison. LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT COLWYN BAY. SPEECHES BY MR T. E. ELLIS, M.P., AND MR HERBERT ROBERTS, M.P. THE BISHOPS' OPPOSITION TO EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS. A large and enthusiastic meeting of Liberals was held at the Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, on Friday night, October 19th, Mr David Lewis presiding. Mr T. E. Ellis, M.P., and Mr J. Herbert Roberts, M. P., were the principal speakers. After a few remarks from the chairman, Mr James Wood moved—" That this meeting desires to express its deep regret that the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone has for physical reasons found it neces- sary to retire from the leadership of the Liberal Party, and this meeting desires to acknowledge his genius as a statesman, his knowledge of and deep interest in every department of human thought, and, further, expresses its gratitude for the fact that all his great gifts and noble qualities have ever been consecrated to the cause of order, truth, and justice." After moving the resolution, and quoting some remarks by Mr Chamberlain in praise of Mr Gladstone, Mr Wood informed the audience that on the previous day the following address had been presented privately to Mr Gladstone, on behalf of the Liberals of Colwyn Bay:- October 17, 1894. To the Right Honourable W. E. Gladstone. We, the Liberals of Colwyn Bay, desire to express our hearty welcome and our great joy on the occasion of your visit amongst us. We earnestly pray that health and happiness may be prolonged to Mrs Gladstone and yourself; and although a small and unimportant community, we can assure you that our hearts are warm and steadfast, and that we yield to none in sincere respect and admiration for the noble work you have accomplished and the righteous principles you have vindicated in times of profound calamity and distress. While journeying home, "happy warrior," conspicuous in the nation's eye, may Heaven direct your steps onward to whence cometh the light. In reply to the above. Mr James Wood received the following letter from the Rev Stephen Gladstone Gentlemen,—Your address was received by Mr Gladstone yesterday evening, and he desires me to express his thanks to you and to others whom you represent for your kind expressions towards himself and also Mrs Gladstone. He asks me to add that the Liberals of Wales have always been good to him-not beyond his wishes, but beyond his deserts. You will be glad to know also that his visit to Colwyn Bay has been greatly enjoyed, and has been beneficial to him and to Mrs Gladstone. -Believe me to be, yours very faith- fully, STEPHEN E. GLADSTONE. To Jas. Wood, Esq., John Roberts, Esq., Thomas parry, Esq., and the Liberals of Colwyn Bay. The address and reply were loudly cheered by the audience. The resolution was seconded by Mr Jeffrey Thomas, and carried with cheers. On the motion of the Rev John Edwards, seconded by Mr Blud, the meeting adopted a resolution expressive of satisfaction at the estab- lishment at Colwyn Bay of a branch of the Cymru Fydd Society. Mr Herbert Roberts, M.P., who was cordially received, then addressed the meeting. He said that was the first opportunity he had had of addressing his constituents, as such, at Colwyn Bay since his election as their representative in Parliament two years ago, and he wished to acknowledge gratefully, not only their strong support of his candidature, but the numerous acts of kindness received at their hands and many manifestations of confidence shown towards him during the period he had represented them in Parliament (Hear, hear). He knew well when he took the position that there were heavy responsi- bilities attached to it, but he must confess that he had not at the time realised to the full the :anxiety and labour involved in the duty of representing an important Welsh constituency at Westminster under the present conditions of Parliamentary life. But so long as he felt that he had behind him the confidence of his supporters the burden was easy to bear and the position a privilege of which he was proud (Applause). Their meeting that even- ing had a special importance owing to the presence of the chief Whip of the Liberal Party, Mr Thomas Ellis—(Applause),—whom they were all glad to welcome very warmly to Colwyn Bay (Applause). Very sincerely did they congratulate him upon the position of influence in which he had been placed in the Government, and they wished him health and strength to enjoy present and future distinctions in the service of his country (Hear, hear). The fact that Mr Ellis was a Welsh- man was an important element in the political situation of Wales, and a sure guarantee that Welsh interests would not be neglected in high quarters. He (Mr Roberts) was especially glad that his honourable friend should visit Colwyn Bay, and see for himself something of the enterprise and growth of that important centre of his constituency. It was a notable fact that despite the pressing claims of business and other matters connected with the town, its inhabitants continued to take an active interest in politics and to hold opinions of the most advanced and genuine