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Honoratus Lloyd and family, London x, Hill Cottages-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Dyke, East Finchley Master Harold Dyke, do Miss Laura Dyke, do I, Lark Hill-Mrs Williams Mrs and the Misses Wilson, Monton, Eccles Miss Wilson, Rusholme, Manchester Pen Rhiw-Mrs Parry Mr and Mrs Deane and family, Dublin Mrs Hyte and family, do Mrs Matthews, London High Street. Bradford House-Mrs T. Roberts Mr Walker, Birmingham The Misses Walker (3), do Min-y-Coed-Mrs Jones Mr F. Hopwood, Newton Heath, Man- chester Mrs Hopwood, do Master W. Hopwood, do Master A. Hopwood, do Miss E. Hopwood, do Mr A. Lyons, Harpurhey, Manchester Mr H. Whittaker, do Mr J. A. Strafford, Leeds Mr J. E. Dalton, Armley, Leeds z, Glyn Coed-Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Wilson and family, Liverpool Bryn Engan-Mrs Jones Mrs Cadwaladr, Trevor Master R. D. Cadwaladr, do Master Richie Cadwaladr, do Miss Roberts, do I, Penmaenisa'-Wrights Mr W. Anyan, Hull Mr W. Smith, do Mr H. Colley, do Mr E. 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Bates, Coventry Mr J. J. Bates, London Mr P. Bates, Coventry Mr Turnbull, Nottingham Mr and Miss Blake, London Mr Stainer, do Mrs and Miss Duckworth AIthorp-Mrs Rhys Williams. E. H. Kempson, Esq, Edgbaston, Birmingham Mrs Kempson and family, do Walter Hill, Esq, Peterborough Mrs Hill, do Misses Hill (2), do Marine Terrace. Leamington Villa-Mrs Braun J. A. White, Esq, London Mrs White and baby, do W. H. Lightfoot, Esg, do Mrs Lightfoot, do Miss Dorothy Lightfoot, do Master Norman Lightfoot, do W. T. Kennan, Dublin Mrs W. T. Kennan and baby, do Miss Hazel Kennan, Dublin J. E. Kennan, London Paradise Villa-Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs J. Wilson and family, Watford Mr and Mrs Hands and family, West Bromwich Mrs Bagguley, Nottingham Miss Bagguley, do ■ Miss H. Bagguley, do Miss Pinders, do Mr H. Richardson, do Mr W. W. Gayton, do Cheltenham Villa-Mrs Roberts Mrs and the Misses Kennan, Dublin J. E. 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McClement Mr and Misses Rowse, Moseley, Birmingham Misses Martin, London Bryn Eglwys-Mrs Owen Mr and Mrs Higgins, Stamford Hill Master Higgins, do Mr and Mrs Penaat, Liverpool Miss Penaat, do Misses Clarke (2), London Pantyrafon. Fern Valley—Mrs Lloyd Jones Mr and Mrs Davie and family, Notting Hill, London Dr and Mrs Evers and family, Favers- ham, Kent Mr & Mrs Charles Cremer & family, do Windsor House- Mrs Jones Mrs Tomlinson, Dublin Mr Powell, Manchester Mrs Powell and child, do Miss Arhold, London Miss Kingsford, London Mr Putney, Birmingham Mr Foster, Shropshire Gordon House- Miss Alfreds. Clapham, London, S.W. Miss Webb, St. Albans, Herts Master G. Wells, do Oxford House-Mrs Thomas Mr Wilkes, Birmingham Miss Wilkes, do Miss Ruspini and party, London, S.W. Mr and Mrs Moss, Newmarket House, Norbury, S.W. Park Crescent. Sunny Bank-Mrs P. H. 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PENMAENMAWR. St. Gwynan's Parish Church, Dwygyfytchi. -Services Sunday 10 a.m. and 6 pm. Sunday School, 2 p.m. English Service and Sermon every Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Thursday Service, 7 p.m.—Rev. D. Jones, Vicar Curates, Revs. E. D. Lloyd and J. Jenkins. Parish Church (St. Seiriol's).-Sunday Services 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 10.35 a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon. 6.30 p.m., Evening Prayer and Sermon. Sunday School, 3.0 p.m. Weekly Morning Service, Wednesday 100 a.m.-Rev. D. Jones, Vicar. St. David's Welsh Church.-Sunday Services 10.0 a.m., Morning Service and Sermon; 6 p.m., Even- ing Service and Sermon; Sunday School, 2.0 p.m. Weekly Evening Service, 7 p.m., Wednesday.— Rev. D. Jones, Vicar. English Congregational Chc&pet.-Sunday Morning, 11.0, Evening 6.30, Afternoon Sunday School, 2.15, Wednesday Service 7 p.m.—Pastor, Rev. E. C. Hart, B.A. English Wesleyan (St. Paul's).-Order of Services Sunday, Morning 11.0 Evening 6.30. Sunday School, 2.30. Monday Evening Service, 7 p.m.; Wednesday Class, 7 p.m. Friday, English United Band of Hope, 7 p.m. English Presbyterian Church. — Sunday morning 11.0, Evening 6.30. Sunday School, afternoon 2.30. Thursday evening Service, 7.30. Tabernacl Welsh Congreg ationalists.-Sun day Ser- vices, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday School, at 2 p.m, Monday Evening Prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday evening Society, 7 p.m.—Pastor, Rev. C. Williams. Welsh Congregational Church. Penmaeaan.—Services: Morning 10.0, Sunday School, 2 p.m. Evening, 6,0 Monday evening at 7 p.m., Prayer meeting Mon- day evening, 8 p.m., Young People's Meeting; Tuesday evening, 7 p.m., the Sisters Prayer Meeting; Wednesday, 7 p.m., Church meeting; Thursday evening, 7 p.m., Singing School Friday evening, 7 p.m., Band of Hope.—Rev. D. P. Davies. Horeb Welsh Congregational Church.-Ser vices on Sunday, at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday evening, Prayer Meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening, Society," at 7 p.m. Friday evening, Band of Hope at 7 p.m. Pastor, Rev. C. Williams. Welsh Wesleyan Chapel.-Sunday; Morning, 10.0 a.m., Evening 6 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Class meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. Zion Welsh Baptist Chapil. Sunday: Morning, 10 a.m.; Evening, 6 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.; Monday Evening, Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m.; Society, Thursday 7 p.m. Penycae C.M. Chapel.-Services: Sunday morning, 10 a.m.; Evening, 6 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday evening, Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.; Wednes- day evening, Society 7 p.m. Fairy Glen Dwygyfylchi, Once again Doo-ee-guv-ulkee," Lovely spot When days are hot, Green and cool Ah trout in pool, Weary men Just troop in then, Rest a while Ah free from toil Walk or ride From Conway side, Foot it o'er From Penmaenmawr. Admisssion, 3d. 595-10 Mr. George Grossmith's Humorous and Musical Recital will be given at the Oxford Hall, on Wednesday evening of next week, and so great is the popularity of this genial entertainer that it is incumbent upon all who are desirous of securing good seats to take an early opportunity of securing their tickets. Mr. R. G. Williams, of Penmaenmawr, was the winner of the first prizo in the handicapped slow race for bicyclists at the Llandudno Swifts Football Club Athletic Sports, held at Llandudno on Saturday afternoon of last week. List of Visitors and Advertisements received for this paper by Mr. M. H. Parry. Stationer, &c., Clarendon Buildings, or may be sent direct to the proprietors, R. E. Jones & Bros, Weekly News Office, Conway. It has given much pleasure to the townspeople to learn that the Misses Belcher have purchased Trewen, the charming villa, which for some time they have made their home. Ever since they have taken up their residence at Penmaenmawr, the Misses Belcher have been generous in their sup- port of every good cause, and in this and many other ways have they won the profound esteem of the inhabitants. It is hoped that these kind ladies will long be identified with the social life of picturesque Penmaenmawr. The Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir gave a splendid concert in the Oxford Hall on Tuesday evening, and had an audience worthy of the musical treat provided, the Hall being overcrowded. The Very Rev Dean Howell, of St David's, will preach next Sunday morning and evening, in St. Seiriol's Church, in aid of the Parochial Clergy Fund. Musical Successes. Among the successful candidates in the recent examination uf the Incorporated Society of Musicians, held at Llan- dudno, are the Misses Lillie Bull and Anne G. Williams (Conway), pupils of Mr S. Mendelssohn Jones also for violin-playing, Miss Mary Jones (Penmaenmawr), pupil of Miss Hewitt. Property Sale at Penmaenmawr. THE TANYFOEL ESTATE. On Monday afternoon, at the Penmaenmawr Hotel, Mr Wm. De\\ (Messrs. Dew & Son, Bangor), offered for sale the freehold mansion and grounds known as Tanyfoel, valuable freehold farms and cottages known as Penybryn, Cefn Main, Bryn Iolyn, Gwddw Glas, &c., two lease- hold residences standing in their own grounds and known as Trewen and Gwysfa, together with 17404 square yards of leasehold building land, in all covering an area of 101 acres. Messrs. F. Walker & Pettitt, solicitors, 68, Coleman Street, E.C., were the vendors' solicitors. There was a large attendance. Mr. Dew remarked that this was the most im- portant property in the whole district. Tanyfoel mansion was looked upon as the best built house in the whole of the Principality, having been erected for the late Mr. Murray Gladstone at a cost of jb 15,000, not to mention the thousands of pounds spent in laying out the extensive grounds surrounding it. Dealing with the resources of the district Mr. Dew said that the water supply was, to put it mildly, above suspicion. The local authority had in contemplation a splendid pro- menade, and there was even talk of going in for electric light. It was at the present time a very general thing to let houses furnished, and he might therefore mention that Tanyfoel had been let furnished to the Dowager Lady Penrhyn at a rent of ;CSoo per annum. Lot 1 included Tanyfoel mansion, with its lawns, gardens, ornamental grounds and plantations, and the four Penycae Cottages, the land being 9a. ir. 36p., and was withdrawn at ^6,000. As this lot was not sold, lots 2 to 10 inclusive were not offered. These included Penybryn, Cefn Main, Bryn Iolyn and Gwdcl■' Glas farms. Lot 11 was Trewen Villa, which was sold for ^780 to Mr. Harrison, of Burton-on-Trent, acting on behalf of the tenants and lessees, the Misses C. and F. Belcher. Lot 12, Gwysfa Villa, was knocked down to Mr. Oakshott, of Liverpool, at £ 530. Lot 13, part of Cae Tanyfoel, having an area of 17404 square yards, was withdrawn at £ 185.
The Children's Special Service Mission. We are very glad to welcome the C. S. S. M." to North Wales again this summer. At Colwyn Bay, Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, and else- where, the familiar red flag may be seen flying on the beach each morning, whilst the happy faces of hundreds of children singing their bright hymns, are a sufficient guarantee that religion does not necessarily produce "coffee-pot" faces. It is not generally known that the work done at these services is entirely voluntary. None of the workers are paid, and many are often consider- ably out-of-pocket at the end of the month. The large expenditure involved in printing pro- gramme-cards, cricket-cards, hymn-sheets, and literature, is met by private subscriptions from the visitors who sympathise with the movement,- and who indeed does not ? Hundreds of clergymen, laymen, and others, look back with thankfulness to the benefit and in- spiration they received from the happy services on the beach, when they were still boys at Eton. or Winchester, Harrow or Rugby, or elsewhere. A bright joyous religion which adds a jest to the cricket, and sports, and picnics, which form so essential a part of this movement, and which welcomes children and young people of all sizes and creeds, cannot :but attract our interest and demand our sympathy. We are glad to be able to state that these services are being conducted in more than 60 watering-places around the coasts of England and Wales this summer.