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CONWAY. Parish Church (Sunday Service^I: 8 0am. Celebration of the Muiy (Jomiiiuniuii 9.45 ft.in. Welsh service. 11.1511..111. Knglisli service. 6.0 Welsh service. 10.30 a.m. daily, Matins. St. Agnes 6.0 p.m. Knglish service. IVesleyan Methodist Chapel. — ( Knglish Serviues).- Next Sunday: Morning 11.0, evening 6.30, Mr Marshall, Conway. A GOOD PLACE FOR BooTs.-For the best and cheapest of all classes of Boots and Shoes go to Joseph Jones, Berry Street, Conway. Best Shop for repairing. adv. loq- THE REV. OWEN EVANS.-The Rev. Owen Evans, Superintendent Minister of the Conway Welsh Wesleyan Circuit, has in preparation a handbook (for Sunday-School scholars) on the Epistle to the Galatians. THE CALENDARING OF WELSH MANUSCRIPTS AT CONWAY, ETC.—In its "London Correspon- dence," The Alanchester Guardian (February 26, 1896) says:—"The Inspectors of Welsh Manuscripts are busy calendaring the papers at Mostyn Hall, Conway, Penartb, Chwilog, Plashen, Shirburn Castle, Brogyntyn, Wynnstay, and elsewhere, but nothing is to be published at present." CONWAY CONSERVATIVE CLUB.—On Friday night, February zist, the Club-room was comfort- ably filled by a very large attendance of members at a smoking concert given by the Executive Committee and generous friends, to inaugurate the opening of a second full-size billard-table, the table already in use being so much in request that the provisiou of another had become well-nigh imperative. The Vice-President (Councillor Dr R. Arthur-Prichard, J.P. C.C.) occupying the chair with characteristic geniality and ability, a very pleasant evening was spent, and the musical portion of the entertainment, which was inter- spersed with the enjoyment of the refreshments, card-games etc., provided, was kept up to a late hour, and included vocal and instrumental solos by Messrs A. J. Fleet (Chester), A. E. Bethell (Colwyn Bay), Higgins, Conley, T. Brown, Moses Parry, John Parry, and A. Petch, the National Anthem being led by the last-named. The customary prolonged interval in the musical pro- gl". mme was agreeably occupied by the event of the evening, the opening of the new billard-table by a well-contested game between the the Mayor of Conway (Councillor Humphrey Lewis, J.P.) and the chairman, the former wining by a majority of two, amid general encomiums upon the ex- cellence of the table.


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