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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. TEMPERANCE SUNDAY.-Special sermons on temperance were preached in the Pensarn C.M. Chapel on Sunday. A GENERAL DEBATING SOCIE lY.-There is no more worthy inhabitant of Llandudno Junc- tion than Mr Henry Nevitt. He takes an interest in all that appertains to the welfare of the Junc- tion, and is willing to assist in every good cause, particularly the advancement of young people in healthful literary pursuits. He is desirous of establishing a village debating society, and all persons interested are invited io send their names to him at Stanley Oak-terrace, at their earliest convenience, so that the season may be commenced without delay. THE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.—Many mem- bers who joined this association some months ago are asking why are the officials so lethargic? No meeting has been called for months, and in view of the approaching general election, it behoves the association to show more signs of activity than are seen. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. A meeting of the local branch of this society was held in the Arthur Jones Memorial Chapel, Broad- street, on Tuesday evening, when the Rev Peter Jones-Roberts, of Blaenau Festiniog, representing the parent institution, delivered an address upon the work of the society. The Rev Henry Jones, pastor of Pensarn C.M. Chapel, presided over a fair attendance. The work of the local branch was stated to be satisfactory. RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.—The weekly meeting of the association was held on Monday evening. Mr Peter Gray, in the absence of the chairman, presided over a representative number of members. After some discussion it was decided to adjourn the question of advertising the Junction pending a more definite reply from the secretary of the North Wales Coast Advertising Board. It was unanimously resolved to select two candidates representing the association to contest seats on the Rural District Council next March. A communica- tion was read from Deputy-Chief Constable Rees, stating that he would take the necessary steps to comply with the wish of the association that the Junction should be better policed on Saturday nights. SOCIAL AT CAERSALEM C.M. CHAPEL.- A very successful social was held in the new Caer- salem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel on Tuesday evening. There were a large number of people present, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. The following ladies presided at the tables, which were daintily decorated:—Mrs Garmon Roberts, Mrs Davies, Derlwyn Mrs David Jones, Berwyn House Mrs Roberts, Gwylfa Mrs Lloyd, 1, Bryntirion-terrace Mrs Rowlands, Gladstone-terrace; Mrs Wm. Davies, Avallon- avenue, and Miss Jones, Gwylfa. The following ladies also assisted in the success of tfie event:— Miss Jones, Plas-y-Bryn Miss Griffith, Rhoslan Miss Jones, Bryntirion-terrace Miss Davies, Avallon-avenue; Miss Arvonia Davies, Miss Hughes, Manchester House Miss Fanny Jones, St. Margaret's-road; Mrs Jones, Rhosneath Mrs Roberts, Garreg Wen Mrs Jones, St. Margaret's- road, and Mrs Griffith, Broad-street. Musical items were given during the evening. The proceeds were in aid of the chapel funds. WELSH CONGREGATIONAL TEA A-N-D CONCERT.—The annual tea and concert in connection with the Arthur Jones Memorial Chapel, Broad-street, were held yesterday (Wednesday), and both events were gratifying successes. Tea was served in the afternoon in the schoolroom, which had been nicely arranged for the occasion. A large number sat down at the tables, which were presided over by the fol- lowing ladies —Mrs Jeremiah iritdhard, Vale View, assisted, by Miss C. Pritchard; Mrs Rich- ard Owen, Llys Itfor, and Miss Jones, Chester House; Mrs Thomas Hughes, Bryn Llys ,ana Mrs Robert Williams, Avallon-avenue; Mrs Hugh Jones, McKinlay-terraee, and Miss Ro- berts, The Anchorage; Miss Jones, Trefriw House, and Miss Jones, Glyn Marl; Mrs David Jones, Bodorgan House, and Mrs David Jones, Beecroft; Mrs Robert Davies, Hafod; Mrs W. Evans, Brickfield Mrs. Griffith Parry, Railway- terrace, and Mrs W. Jones, Penybont. Mrs R. Davies, Hafod, was president of the tea com- mittee; Mrs Robert Williams, Avallon-avenue, treasurer, and Mrs David Jones, Beecroft, sec- retary. Mr Jeremiah Pritchard, assisted by Mr Tom Hughes, Bryn Llys, attended to the water supply department. In the evening an excellent concert was held under the chairmanship of County. Councillor Hugh Owen, Isfryn, senior deacon of the church. There was a capital attendance. The following were the artistes — Mr Owen Jones, tenor, Ruthin Mrs Price and Miss Price, soprani, Llangefni; and Miss Wil- liams, Bethel, Carnarvon. Recitations were also given by Mr David Evans, Glan Conway, and Mr Morris, headmaster of the Council Schools, Llandudno Junction, whilst Madame Sallie Edwards-Bajigh, R.A.M., has the accom- panist and pianoforte soloist. The following stewards contributed towards the- success of the events:—Messrs T. M. Jones, Richard Owen, David Jones, Bodorgan House; Richard Ro- berts, John Williams, Griffith carry, and Hugh Jones. Mr Richard Parry, Gwynfa, was the en- ergetic secretary of the day's events, and de- serves much praise for his work.