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LLANDUDNO. HEROISM.—On Thursday, a pleasing function took place at Walthamstow, when Mr. W. H. Hughes, of Ilford, brother to Mr. David Hughes, Victoria-street, Craigydon, was presented by the Vicar of St. James's, Walthamstow, with the Royal Humane Society's testimonial on vellum for res- cuing Eleanor Slate, aged nine, from drowning at Southend on July 6th. Mr. Hughes has been the recipient of many congratulations for his heroic act. THE DRINK.—At the Llandudno Police Court on Monday, before Dr. Dalton and other magis- trates, a charge of drunkenness preferred against Edward Jones, Alexandra-road, was dismissed on payment of costs, it being stated by the police that the defendant was making an effort to reform, and had done so for some time. For being drunk and disorderly in Mostyn-street on the 23rd Octo- ber, Ellis Atherton was fined 2s. 6d. and costs, and a charge of being drunk and refusing to quit the Stanley Hotel resulted ia Richard Owen, of Pen- rhynside, being ordered to pay 5s. and costs. LIVERPOOL'S LORD MAYOR.—The new Lord Mayor of the Second City in the Kingdom— Liverpool—Alderman W. H. Williams, is related to some Llandudno and Colwyn Bay residents, who are naturally proud of the high distinction bestowed upon him. COMPLIMENT TO THE WEEKLY NEWS." -Llandudno journalists appear to find the Weekly News of great assistance to them in compiling their newspapers. We appreciate the compliment, even though they do not acknowledge the source of some of their best local paragraphs. CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB WHIST DRIVE. —Close upon 150 persons assembled on Monday evening, at the Constitutional Club, to participate in a whist drive. Playing commenced at 8 p.m., and lasted until 11 p.m. The scene on the pre- mises was one of much animation and gaiety. The following were the winners. Ladies: I, Miss Nibiett; 2, Miss Thomas, Deganwy-street: conso- lation prize, Miss Jones. Gentlemen I, Mr. Llew- elyn Lloyd, Maypole Dairy 2, Mr. Wood, Hill- terrace consolation prize, Mr. W. Sewell, Craig- ydon. The event was a great success. The prizes were given by Mrs R. S. Chamberlain, Dr. Wood- house, and Mr G. Stones (Lockyer's Hotel). SEA ANGLER'S ASSOCIATION.—Yesterday (Wednesday) a competition was held in the bay, and a good number of members took part. The 'result will be given in our next issue. A hot-pot supper in connection with the Association is to be held at the Royal Hotel, to-morrow (Friday) even- ing. SALE OF WORK.—Yesterday (Wednesday) a sale of work was held at the Town Hall, in aid of the funds of the English Presbyterian Church, Llandudno Junction. The Rev. W. Phillips, M.A., Llandudno, presided, and the opening ceremony was undertaken by Councillor James McMaster, J.P., who delivered an appropriate speech. The stalls were neatly arranged and there was a brisk sale during the afternoon and evening. The lady presidents at the stalls where Mrs. W. H. Roberts, Brynymor; Mrs. W. S. Williams, Bron Egryn; Mrs. O. W. Roberts, Bodeuron; and Mrs. Ro- berts, Holly Bank. These ladies were assisted by about sixty willing helpers. Mr. David Jones. Llwynfryn, is chairman of the executive com- mittee, and Mr. O. W. Roberts, Bodeuron, secre- tary. HOT POT FUND.—Preparations are being made for the distribution once more of Christmas cheer to the deserving poor of the town. At a meeting of the committee recently held, Mr J. Kitts, of the Criterion Restaurant was elected chairman Inspector John Owen, Vice-chairman Mr Will Owen, Carnarvon House, treasurer and Mr R. Royle, secretary. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.-The visit of that highly-esteemed non-militant Suffragette, Lady Frances Balfour to the town last week, has been the means of giving a stimulus to the cause, and we understand there has been a considerable accession to the number of the members of the local branch. WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE CLUB.-On Mon- day evening a Women's Temperance Club was opened at Glen Dower, Madoc-street, and a good number of members were enrolled. The club is destined to become one of much use and a means of social intercourse amongst temperance devotees. SATURDAY'S AMATEUR CUP-TIE. The Llandudno Amateur Football Club will meet Colwyn Bay United on Saturday on the Council Field in the second round of the North Wales Coast Amateur Cup. These old rivals have met on many a previous occasion in this competition, and a good game should be witnessed. Colwyn Bay will, it is understood, have the assistance of a couple of players from Bangor Normal College, who have signed on for the Bayites. The referee is Mr T. A. Jones, Holywell, and the kick-off is fixed for 2.30 p.m. ST. PAULS LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.—At the weekly meeting of this Society held on Tuesday evening, Mr. A. G. Pugh, presided over a good attendance. The evening was delight- fully spent in dramatic reading from popular authors by the members. THE BOYS AND THE GRAPES.—At a Juvenile Police Court at Llandudno on Monday seven young schoolboys were charged with break- ing into a greenhouse in the grounds of Llwyn Onn School, on the Great Orme, and stealing grapes valued at a sovereign. Inspector Owen, who prosecuted, said it was not desired to press the case, but the boys were only brought up to prevent further depredations. Mr James Marks who appeared for the boys. said it was a sort of a wild freak on the part of the youngsters, and added that they had no criminal intent. The boys were bound over by the magistrates for six months, the parents to pay the costs. CONSTITUTIONAL COVIVIALITY.—There was a happy gathering of members at the Consti- tutioaial Club on Tuesday evening, the occa- < sioin being a smoking concert. Mr R. S. Cham- berlain presided. REHOBOTH LITERARY SOCIETY.—At Monday's meeting, the Rev. H. C. Lewis, B.A., B.D., pastor, presided. Three essays were pre- sented and gave much pleasure to the numerous attendance. Miss Dorkins gave a delightful paper upon that most lorvable of women, "Flor- ence Nightingale Miss Hughes, Marl House, by her excellent paper on Agnes Weston," in- creased the admiration of the society for the sailors' friend; and Miss Hughes (Buckingham House) gave a learned paper upon Frances Willard." All the essays displayed exceptional literarv gifts.