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COLWYN BAY. FOR GOOD AND CHEAP FLOUR go to W. Williams & Co., Station Road, Colwyn Bay. Splendid baking, 22/6 per sack (of 280 lbs.). Good Family Flour, 18/- per sack. adv. 366-- THE celebrated Ales of Bass & Co., are now supplied in 9 gallon casks, at Brewery prices, from 9/- per Firkin. Guinness' Invalid Stout in half-pint bottles. Martell and Hennesy's three star Brandy, 5/4 per bottle. 314 varieties of all the principal Wines, Spirits, and Liqueurs. E. H. Davies, Uxbridge House. adv. 367—50 A HIGH-CLASS MUSICAL TREAT NEXT TUESDAY. —Next Tuesday evening, March 17th, the Colwyn Bay Winter Concert held in the Public Hall, will be replete with high-class talent, the vocalists being Miss B. Batine Williams (Birkenhead), Miss Ward, Mr T. Smith Jones (Llandudno Pier Pavilion Concerts, and Mr Hopton (Chester); the violinists, Miss Simpson (Birkenhead) and the Misses M'Cullagh; and the humorist, Mr Griffiths (Deganwy). GREAT ATTRACTIONS AT THE COLWYN WELSH BAPTIST CHAPEL. On Wednesday evening, March 25th, there will be held, at the Colwyn Welsh Baptist Chapel, a tea and coffee supper, sale of work, and grand entertainment, the proceeds going towards the Chapel Fund. A COLWYN BAY AUCTIONEER'S SALES TOO NUMEROUS TO PARTICULARISE.—The forthcoming auctions announced to be conducted by a popular Colwyn Bay auctioneer, who also announces numerous unfurnished houses to let, are too numerous to particularise our readers would do well to consult for themselves the First List of Spring Sales for 1896 issued by Mr F. A. Dew, who is doing excellent business as an auctioneer and has on his house-agency list eligible residences in Colwyn Bay and elsewhere, one of these latter announcements coming from no less a distance than Bull Bay (Anglesea). THE THEATRICAL FOOTBALL GALA.—It must have been gratifying to all concerned to learn that the nett proceeds of the recent Theatrical Football Gala, totalled no less than C,3 3s., as appears from the balance-sheet audited by Mr C. S. R. Godden. KEEPING ST DAVID'S MEMORY GREEN.—Owing to the St David's Eisteddfod being held on Mon- day, March 2nd, the annual dinner was held on the following Tuesday evening, at Moon's Re- staurant, where about 50 sat down to an excellant repast, the presidential chair being occupied by Mr H. Hughes (Westwood), who, after the clear- ing of the tables, rose and said that he was pleased to see so many present. Mr J. Llewelyn Roberts having sung Hen Gadlef Morganwg," the president proposed the toast of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family, and this was heartily drank. Mr Elias Owen (Maris House) proposed the toast of The Army, Navy and Auxiliary Forces," which was also heartily received. A song having been given by Mr Shadrach Evans, Dr Cynhafal Jones pro- posed the toast of Dewi Sant," who not only was a Welshman, but also a Saint and, further, he was a Patron Saint (Nawdd Sant). He was also a link between all parts of Wales whether at home or abroad, there is no sect but what records the memory of St David. He was claimed by the Roman Catholics, then by the Church of England, and lastly by the Nonconformists. This patriotic toast having been musically honoured, Mr T. J. Dowell proposed the toast to The Mem- bers of Parliament," the name of Mr Thomas Ellis being applauded. Mr E. T. Owen proposed the toast of The Town and Trade of Colwyn Bay," and Mr John Roberts proposed the toast of The Ministers of Every Denomination," this being responded-to by Dr Jones. Mr William Roberts proposed The District Council." Mr J. Llew- elyn Roberts proposed the toast to "The Host- ess," which was heartily expressed, and Mr J. Roberts moved a hearty vote of thanks to Mr T. Davies, for the energy displayed in making pre- liminary arrangements for the dinner the pro- ceedings winding up with the singing of the Welsh National Air Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau." THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY CLUB.—Mr W. Gunner (Colwyn Bay) played as one of the halves in the international hockey match "Wales v. Ireland played at Rhyl. Some very effective sketches for the Daily Graphic were taken by Mr Richards of Colwyn Bay. The Irish team sported the usual green of the Emerald Isle as th--ir colours, their shirts being emblazoned with the shamrock, and also wore green caps and white knickers. The Welsh eleven were picturesquely attired in green knickers and white shirts, and also wore dark green caps bearing the Prince of Wales's feathers. Ireland won, after a smartly- contested game, by 5 goals to nil. COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB. To the Editor. Dear Sir,—I shall be glad if you will allow me (through the medium of your paper) to convey my thanks, and the thanks of the Committee, to all those who so kindly assisted at the recent Amateur Dramatic Performance in aid of the above Club. The nett proceeds handed over to the Club, amounted to the very handsome sum of £ ,22 4s. 1 id. Yours faithfully, F. A. DEW, Colwyn Bay, March nth, 1896. Hon. Sec.