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LLANRWST. PREACHERS.-The following will be the prea.chers for next Sunday: Parish Church Rev. D. C. Davies. Rector. St. Mary's: Rector. Rev. D. C. Davies. Zion (C.M.) Rev. De Charles Evans, Trefriw. Scotland Street (C.M) Rev. T. O. Jones. Yspytty. Horeb (VV.) Prayer meeting. Mr D. Davies, Penmachno. St. James' (VV.) (English): Mr H. Pearson, Llandudno. Tabernacle (C.): Rev. W. C. Williams. Ebenezer (C.): Student. Penuel (B.) Mr Humphrey Ellis, Bangor. Cambro Breton Mission: Holy communion 8 a.m. Par- ochial mass n a.m. Welsh devotion 6.-10 p.m.—Father Treboal, O.M.I. THE C<),UN,TY SCHOiO,L.-MasteT T. H. Williams, a pupil at the County School, has been recognised by the Board of Education as a bursar for the current year. THE YOUNG MEN.—A Correspondent who recently discussed in our columns the desir- ability of forming a Young Men's Town Brass Band" for Llanrwst, says in a subsequent letter :—" I am only a working lad. I am try- ing to' do anything I can to get some enjoyment in this town. If we only had a Liberal Club or a Gymnasium Club to enjoy ourselves in the evenings." ENTERTAINMENT.—On Thursday evening these was a large audience at the Church House, when an entertainment was given consisting of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, and tableaux. The latter are always an enjoyable item to a Llanrwst audience, and Thursday's groups were excellent. The following were the tableaux presented and those taking part: "Pied Priper of Hamelin," Bertie Griffiths (piper) Consequences," Myra Bickers, Dame Cham- bers, and Mr Bickers; "Dafydd y Garreg Wen," Miss Livermore, Rev. D. C. Davies (solo, Mrs. Thomas) Pygmalion and Galatea," Miss N. Halhed and Cymric Elias; Witcheries," Miss Morgan and Mrs. Barker Forbidden Fruit," Miss Carter and Miss Daribyshire Judgment I of Paris," Miss Hill, Mrs. Barker, Miss Petit, and Cynrac Elias; IVidow"s Birthday," My- Ealliwy Thomas, Mr. Bickers, Mr. A. Hughes, Cynric Elias; "Dreamers," Ella Morris, Sarah Jane Jones, Gwladys Hughes, Parliament, 1920," Ella Morris, Jennie Darbyshire, E.Carter, Miss Morgan, Myfanwy Thomas, Miss Liver- more. Interspersed with these were songs. The vocalists were Miss Lily Owen, R.A.M. (who also recited), Mrs. Thomas, National School; Miss M. E. Roberts, Mineral Water Works; Rev. D. Lester Jones (Vicar of St. Asaph), Messrs. William Hughes and David Griffiths, 'Llanrwsit. The accompanists were Miss Lily Owen, Mrs. Watling, Messrs. Rich and Parry. The arrangements were capably carried out by the secretary, Miss Morgan (The Rectory), the proceeds being in aid of the various funds in connection with Church work. IMPROVING.—We are pleased to announce that the Rector, the Rev. John Morgan, is im- proving from his recent illness. His duties last Sunday were performed by the Rev. J. Titley Williams. TRADESMEN'S ASSOCIATION.—A meeting of this Association "was called for Friday even- ing last, but owing to the sparse attendance, only three members putting in an appearance, the meeting was postponed. HOREB LITERARY SOCIETY.-On Mon- day the society discussed The Characters of Mary and Martha Which of the two should be emulated?" The openers were the Misses Gladys and Maggie Robe its, Victoria House. An inter- esting debate followed, the final voting being in favour of Martha. A vote of condolence was passed with Mm. R. R. Owen, in her bereave- ment by .the death of her sister. DEATH OF MRS. JONES, ELWY HOUSE. —It is with deep regret that we announce the death of MTS. Anaiie Jones, wife of Mr. David Jones, Elwy House, which sad event occurred suddenly on Friday morning. Mrs. Jones, who was in her 41st year, was a very active lady, of the pleasantest disposition, and took a leading part in all the moveirients at Zion Chapel, of which she was a member. In the Dorcas Society she was always most faithful. But it was, per- haps, in the home that she was seen at her best. She was a devoted wdfe and a loving mother, and the sympathy of the wihole town goes out to Mr. Jones and the family in their sad ber- eavement. The fuineral took place on Monday, at Zion Cemeteiy, and although the weather was most inclement, yet there was a large gathering of relatives and friends, who had come to pay their last tribute of respect, which, in itself, spoke volumes for the popularity and the esteem in which the deceased was held. The services were conducted by the Rev. William Thomas (pastor). The chief mourners were Mr. David Jones (husband), Misses Blodwen, Janet, and Annie Pierce Jones (daughters), Messrs. Evan, Howell, and Hugh Jones (sons), Mrs. Davies (mother), Mir. and Mrs. R. R. Owen (brother-in- law and sister), Master Arthur and Miss Dilys Owen (nephew and niece), Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Cae'r Brychiad (brother and sister-in- law) Miss H. L. Jones (cousin), Mrs. Hannah Jones, Mrs. Davies, P.O., Llanfair; Mrs. Tom Roberts, Boofle (cousin) Mir., Mrs. and Miss Pierce, Dyffryn Aur Dr. W. R. Pierce (cousin), Mr. H. P. Roberts, chemist (cousin) Mr. J. Pierce Davies, Abergele (uncle) Dr. and Mrs. Harrop Parry (cousins), Mr. John Jones, Plas Madoc Lodge (cousin) Miss Annie Roberts, D,vy-yfylchi; Mr. Davies, Stationmaster, Llan- her-is (cousin) Mr. David D. Williams, Pen- niachno (brother-in-law). Beautiful floral tri- butes were sent by Mr. David Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Owen, Messrs, Blackwall, Hayes & Co., Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, Rhianfa; Mr. and Mrs. Mialek, Glan Conway; Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Oldham: Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Jones, Gorphwysfa; Mr. W. J. Roberts, Gor- phwysfa; the Sunday School class, Mrs. Davies (mother), Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones, 3, Car- rington-terrace; Mr., Mrs. and Miss Pierce, Dyffryn Aur; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams, The Bungalow; Mr. and Mrs. Hammonds, Colwyn Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Tcn Roberts, Bootle. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. W. J. Williams, Regent House. A DESERTER.—On Fridav (before Messrs. O. Isgoed Jones and L. O. R. Ashley) John Robert Jones, of Llanddewi, was charged with being a deserter from the 3rd Batt. of the 23rd Reert. Roval Welsh Fusiliers, stationed at Wrexham. P C. Ellis said he had been looking for the prisoner for two days, and went to Hendre, Blaenau, at 6.45 a.m. on Friday morning, and found him in bed. He was remanded to await an escort.—Yesterday (Wednes- day morning) John Robert Jones was once more brought up before Mr. O. Isgoed Jones, charged with being a deseiter from the 3rd Ratt. of the 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. P.C. Ellis, Llangernyw, stated that he met prisoner on the high road between Llangernyw and IJansannan, when he asked him for his pass, and prisoner said he was going to see John Wynne, Hendre, Blaenau, LInn- gernyw, to ask him to buy him out. Prisoner said he escaped by scaling a wall at the Barracks early on Monday morning. He was detained to await an escort. RURAL PARISH COUNCIL.-A meeting was held on Tuesday at Melin y Coed, presided over by Mr. W. G. Powell. Mr. Robert Jones, Ty'n twll, Llanddoget, and Mr. John Evans, Coed llydan, signed the declaration of acceptance of office as Councillors, to fill the seats of Messrs. Thos. Jones, Bryn Bettws, and Lynch B. Jones, Melin y Coed. A deputation of three farmers waited upon the Council, askinsr that body to repair the road leading from Melin y Coed shop to Ty newydd and other farms, but the Council replied that they had no power so spend money on road repairing, and sug- gested that the deputation should approach the landowners. THE EISTEDDFOD.—At a meeting of the Committee on Monday, it was resolved to change the violin solo set down for competition, confined to those in the Llanrwst Union, to Les Murmurs du Rhone," the piece formerly chosen having proved too difficult. CHURCH LITERARY SOCIETY.-Mr. C. F. Davey presided at the Church Literary Society on Thursday, when an able paper was read by Mrs. Albert Jones on Botany." Others who took part were the Vicar (the Rev. R. M. Jones, M.A.), Messrs. Rowlands, Taylor, W. E. Jones, and B. Pullan. The paper being of so much interest, we shall publish the same in our next issue. PROPERTY SALE. On Tuesday, Messrs. Blackwall, Hayes & Co., offered for sale at the Victoria Hotel, the premises known as the Glan Conway Hotel, with the adjoining cottage, and situated in Bridge-street, Llanrwst, the hotel being one of the three referred for compensation. The conditions of sale having been read, the Auctioneer, Mr. Watling, dwelt upon the lot as being the best built property in Llanrwst, and for which the owners (Messrs. Ind. Coope & Co.) had paid £ [500 with the license. The bidding started at £ 300, and by £50 bids quickly rose to ;C450, followed by fro bids to £ 490. The property was eventually knocked down to Mr. A. Lloyd Griffith, Solicitor, on behalf of Mr. Maurice Williams, The Library, Llanrwst, for £495. The solicitors for the vendors were Messrs. Chamberlain & Johnson, Llandudno. TABERNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY.—" A Night with Old Welsh preachers" was the subject of an interesting address delivered on Friday evening by Mr. J. O. Jones, Aneddle. The speaker dealt with 51 of these interesting old time orators, his discourse being attentively listened to and much enjoyed. WILL SPUTS."—A gentlemen in the town has received a letter from the well known Wil- liam Jones, better known as Sputs," who is now in New Zealand, and from all accounts is doing well, and intends remaining out, there, as he says, to make money." POLICE CHANGES.—On Monday week Superintendent Woollam will leave Llanrwst for Denbigh, where he succeeds Superintendent Hugh Jones, and his place will be filled at Llanrwst by Inspector Wise.







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