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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDDULAS.

BETTWS-Y-COED.

TREFRIW. -'

CAPEL GARMON

LLANDDOGET.

TALYCAFN.

EGLWYSBACH. !

! COLWYN.

LLYSFAEN.

ABERGELE.

LLANDUDNO.

PENSARN, ABERGELE.

HENRYD.

/'LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

GLAN CONWAY.

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GLAN CONWAY. NOW is the time to try Evan's Seidal Cream for chapped hands, redness and roughness of the skin. A Capital Remedy. Prepared by Ll. A. Evans, Old Post Office Drug Stores. SOCIALISM."—On Thursday evening in the National Schools, a particularly interesting address was delivered by the Vicar of Brynymaen, the Rev. R. Owen, M.A., upon Socialism." The Rector, the Rev. Griffith Williams, presided over a fair attendance. Speeches were also made upon the subject by Messrs Clayton, Ellison, Jenkinson. and J. Evans. The meeting was held under the aus- pices of the Young Men's Church Guild. A vote of thanks was passed to the lecturer for his address. THE CHORAL SOCIETY.—There is every reason to be gratified with the progress made by the United Choral Society, whose meetings are held weekly. The choir is busily rehearsing a work which will afford another musical treat to I the inhabitants when produced. THE BUDGET DISCUSSED.—A meeting of the Bryn Ebenezer Literary and Debating Society was held on Monday evening in the schoolroom of the chapel, when there was a discussion upon the all-absorbing political topic of the moment, the Budget. There was a crowded attendance when Mr. Evan Jones, Minafon, occupied the chair, and he fulfilled his duties to the satisfaction of al!. The opening speeches in support of the Budget were made by Mr. Hugh Thomas, and Mr. W. Roger Evans, Mr. A. Wynne Williams, a d Mr. Joshua Hughes spoke strongly against the Finance Bill. Other speeches were made full of political fire, by Mr. David Evans (Cartrefle); Mr. Davies, Mr. Roberts (Pentai), and Mr. Johil Davies (Glen- dower Buildings). The debate was considered one of the best held for years in the village, and it was significant that so many young men should be present, thus taking an interest in the politics of the country. Mr. Hugh Williams proposed a vote of thanks to the speakers, and the pastor of Bryn Ebenezer, the Rev. Robert Williams, M.A., in sec- onding, remarked that it was in a debating society, that the author of the Budget, Mr. Lloyd-George, first displayed his remarkable gifts of oratory.

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CAPEL CURIG.