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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDDULAS.

BETTWS-Y-COED.

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BETTWS-Y-COED. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS AT BETTWS-Y-COED. For the week ending Saturday, Nov. 13th, igog. Mean Maximum (in shade) 48'1 Mean Minimum (in shade) ?.. 37'1 Highest in shade 52'6 Lowest in shade 27 0 Maximum in the sun 95'o Lowest on the grass 27 0 Bright sunshine 11*4 hi s. IS min. Mean amonnt of cloud 56*4 per cent. DR. HUGH WATSON Fox, Observer. MISSIONARY MEETING.—A missionary meet- ing was held at Bryn Mawr on Tuesday evening, Mr. John Jones, Tyn y Merddyn, presiding, when the prizes were delivered to children for collecting by Miss Laura Evans, Missioner from Silchar, who also delivered an interesting address. The follow- ing children received prizes:-Idris Lloyd Wil- liams, Machno Villa; Trevor Parry, Pendyffryn Lydia Williams, Pont y Pair Ceridwen Owen, Fronheulog; Ellis Williams, Penclogwyn; Ior- werth Thomas, Bryn Llewelyn Kate Jones, Glan'rafon; Albert Jones, Glan Llugwy John Carpenter, Pentre Du W. John Hughes, jun., Coed Cynerddail; Lily Davies, Blaenddol Sophia Davies, Glandwr; Ellis Jones, Pentre Du Farm. The total amount collected by the children was )CIO. LECTURE.—The committee of the Church Literary Society were fortunate in securing for their opening meeting the services of Miss Arnold to deliver a lecture. There was a full house, who gave the lecturer a hearty reception, her dis- course being listened to with rapt attention throughout. The subject was Dr. Arnold of Rugby," of whom Miss Arnold is a granddaughter, and therefore well able to speak of the subject. The chair was occupied by the president, Mr. Roland, who proposed hearty thanks to Miss Arnold. This was seconded by Dr. Fox and sup- ported by Dr. Homer. TEMPERANCE.—A meeting of the Women's Temperance Union was held on Thursday at Bryn Mawr schoolroom. The following officers were elected :—President, Mrs. Parry, Bryn Der- wen; vice-president, Mrs. Hughes, The Ferns treasurer, Mrs. Roberts, Pullan secretary, Miss Eccles, Tan-y-Marian; assistant secretary, Miss Edith Roberts, De Eresby House. SCHOLASTIC.—Mr. Alun Rawson Williams has just received his certificate of matriculation. Mr. J. Glynne Hughes, Bryn Tawel (who has been teacher at Capel Curig School for some time) has been removed to Dolwyddelen School.

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CAPEL GARMON

LLANDDOGET.

TALYCAFN.

EGLWYSBACH. !

! COLWYN.

LLYSFAEN.

ABERGELE.

LLANDUDNO.

PENSARN, ABERGELE.

HENRYD.

/'LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

GLAN CONWAY.

IDEGANWY.

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CAPEL CURIG.