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CONWAY. A GOOD PLACE FOR BOOTS.—For the best and cheapest of all classes of boots and shoes, go to Joseph Jones, Compton House. Castle-street, Conway. Best shop for repairs. Agent for K Boots and other best Brands. JOHN M'GILP, practical watchmaker and jeweller. Watches, clocks, jewellery, spectacles, and .salver-plate repaired. Address High-street, Conway. 1573 A MAGNIFICENT GIFT—Mr Albert Wood, J.P., D.L., Bodlondeb, has added one more to his many generous acts towards the old Parish Church of Conway, by intimating to the Rev. J. W. Roberts (Vicar) his readiness to present a new organ for the use of the old church, to take the place of the present one, which is noW at the disposal of the Vicar and wardens. It is -understood that the or,-an will be a magnificent one, and will have twice the power of the pre- sent instrument. DEATH AND FUNERAL.—The death took place on Saturday afternoon of Mrs. Mary Hughes, widow of the late Captain Hughes, Carnarvon, who resided with her daughter, Mrs. Evans, London House, Conway. The deceased lady was 73 years of age. The funeral took place at the Tabernacle C.M. Cemetery on Tues- day, when the Revs. Gwynedd Roberts, S. T. Jpines, and J. O. Jones officiated. The chief mourners were Mrs. Evans (daughter), Mrs. Jones, Dolwyddelen (daughter/; the Rev. Mr. Hughes and Mrs. Hughes, Stockport (son and daughter-in-law), Miss Gwladys Evans (grand- daughter), and other relatives. Wheni in good health the deceased lady was a faithful attenu- ant at the Carmel C.M. Chapel. PREACHING MEETINUo.—The annual preaching meetings of the Calvinistic Methodists of Carmel Chapel were commenced on Sunday, and carried on throughout the week. The at- tendance was quite up to the average, and the sermons were greatly appreciated. On Sunday morning the Rev. Owen Evans, Colwyn Bay, preached, and in the afternoon and evening of the same day, and on Monday evening the pulpit 'was occupied by the Rev. Dr. J. C. Moelwyn Hughes, M.A. On Tuesday evening the Rev. R. R. Hughes, Holyhead, officiated, and last evening (Wednesday) the Rev. T. O. Jones, Mold, preached. To-morrow (Thursday) evening the Rev. J. H. Williams, Llangefni, W1,. officiate. A DOCTOR'S HEROISM.—The Western !N Mail gives an account of a thrilling fire which occurred in the bottom of No. I (downcast)_ Pit, Penrhiwceiber, in which 30 men were imprison- ed. The local doctOTS were summoned, and among them was Dr. Sam Foulkes, son of the late Mr. Thomas Foulkes, who immediately de- scended' the shaft after the occurrence and, ren- dered valuable assistance to those who had been somewhat overcome by smoke. The Western Mail correspondent om the Sunday found, Dr. Foulkes, who worked so hard all through. Satur- day morning attending to the victims, was un- well owing to the effects, of the fumes which he had to encounter in his search for the injured. RURIDECANAL.—On Monday a ruri- decanal chapter was held in the Parish Room, presided over by the Rev. R. T. Jones, Glan- ogwen, who has been appointed rural dean in the place of the late Rev. Canon David Jones, Penimaenmawr. At the commencement 01 Hie proceedings a resolution was unanimously adop- ted declaring the meeting's sense of the great loss which the diocese at large, and especially the rural deanery, had suffered through the death of Canon Jones. THE CASTLE.—The ruins of Conway Castle have been causing considerable anxiety to e members of the Corporation, and at a recent meeting of the Council the then Mayor (Dr. Morgan) suggested the advisability of preserving the ruins. At a meeting of the Estate Commit- tee, on Monday night, it was decided to expend half the net receipts from the Castle during the year on the preservation of the fabric annually. OUR MEMBER,—An influential meeting of the Executive Committee of the local Liberal Association was held in the Club on Thursday night, presided over by Mr. T. C. Lewis, the jjresidenit of the Association. The meeting was held primarily with reference to the report that the local Member of Parliament was being asked to seek the suffrages of the Cardiff elec- tors, and to forsake the Carnarvon Boroughs. After some discussion, in which it was stated by the President that their right hon. member had no intention of forsaking the Boroughs, it was decided, on the motion of the President seconded by Mr. J. P. Griffiths, who is Vice-Pre- sident of the Association, to instruct the Secre- tary (the Rev. B. Menai Francis) to forward the following resolution to the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the ExchequAer: That the Executive Committee of the Conway Borough Liberal Association expresses its joy and satisfaction that its esteemed Member, the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George has no inten- tion of severing his connection with the Carnar- von Boroughs, which he has so long and hon- ourably represented, and pledges itself to con- tinue to extend to him its earnest and enthusi- astic support. It also oongratultes him upon the .great ability which he has displayed in his conduct of this year's far-reaching and benefic- ent Finance Bill through Parliament." WHIST DRIVE.-A successful whist drive was held in the Conservative Club on Tuesday night. The ladies' prize was won by Miss Wil- liams, Plas Mawr, and the gentlemen's by Mr. John Henry Williams, Bon Marche. The booby was awarded to Mr. W. Abram. FAIR, The annual butter fair was held on Motday. There was a good supply of pot and fresh butter, which realised up to about IS. 2d. per lb. Eggs were ,sold at 2d. each. Cattle and pigs met with a ready sale. THE FAMOUS MOELWYN CriUlK. 1 nis famous choir, conducted by the veteran Mr Cad- waladr Roberts, will pay a visit to Conway on December and, on the eve of their departure for America. The concert will be presided over by His Worship the Mayor (Councillor John Williams). LEGAL.—The Lord Chancellor has ap- pointed Mr J. W. Hughes, solicitor, a Commis- sioner for oaths. FIRE BRIGADE.-Orders for week ending November 29th: Station duty, Firemen Robert Jones and Rowland Jones, Probationers T. ,E. Jones and Owen Owens; officer on duty, Chief Officer F. A. Delamotte.—F. A. DELAMOTTE, Chief Officer, SALE OF WORK—The sale of work held in the Town Hall last week in aid of the English Presbyterian Chapel at Llandudno Junction realised the handsome sum of £125. MOCK ELECTION.—On Thursday evening the mock Parliamentary election which decides as to which party shall be in power during the forthcoming winter mock Parliament at the Lib- eral Club was held. There was a very good attendance of members, and the duties of re- turning officer were carried out by Dr. W. Mor- gan. The candidates were Mr. J. P. Griffiths: (Liberal), Captain John Jones (Labour), and Alderman Netherwood (Conservative). Excel- lent addresses were delivered by the candidates, who were supported by Messrs. Councillor Robert Jones, R. Jones (jun.), T. C. Jones, Goodman Jones, J. H. Thomas, T. J. Parry, and others. Voting papers were handed round, and as a result there was a tie between the Labour and Conservative candidates, and amidst cheers, the Returning Officer gave his casting vote in favour of the Labour candidate. SATURDAY'S CUP-TIE.-Blaenau Festiniog will be the visitors on the Morfa on Saturday, in the second round of the North Wales Coast Senior Cup, and the executive of the Conway F C. have selected the following team to do duty:-Goal, Llew Parry; backs, Tom Jones and Now Ellis; half-backs, Sam Hughes, Bob Owen, and W. Evans; forwards, Craven, Joe Hughes, D. O. Davies, J. R. Jones, and Sam Parry. Reserve: Tommy Morgan. Kick off at 2.30. THE DISTRICT NURSE.—The annual col- lections in aid of the District Nursing Fund were made at the Parish Church and St. Agnes' Church on Sunday, when, there were good con- gregations. At the Parish Church in the morn- ing the Rector of Llandudno (the Rev. Llew. R. Hughes) off-i-clatedi and preached: a powerful ser- mon.-At the Mayoral service at Seion Congre- gational Chapel yesterday (Wednesday) after- noon, the collections, which; were in aid of the District Nurse Fund, realised the handsome sum of £ 6. THE CHORAL SOCIETY.-At a meeting of the executive committee of the Choral Society, on Tuesday night, presided over by Mr Owen Evans, it was announced by the conductor (Mr J. P. Griffiths) that it was possible to have the choir registered as an evening school by the Board of Education, and thereby entitled them to a Government grant. Letters were read from Mr. L. J. Roberts, H.M.I., and the Assistant Sec- retary of Education for Carnarvonshire, and it was unanimously decided to prosecute inquiries with the view of registering the choir as an even- ing class. The committee also selected several choruses to be reduced to two, which the choir will perform at their concert, in addition to The Martyrs," with which they have already made excellent progress. CONWAY LAMB.—Mr Joseph T. Jones, butcher, Castle Buildings, had the honour, last wedk, of supplying three saddles of Welsh lamb to a distinguished dininp party, who had gath- ered together at the mansion of His Excellency Major-General H. S. Gough, C.B., C.M.G., Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey Islands ,to cele- brate the 68th anniversary of His Majesty King Edward's birthday. Mr Jones has received a letter from the wife of the Governor, in which she thanks him for being so prompt in attend- ing to the order, and also adding that the lamb was magnificent, and quite the best lamb His Excellency and herelf had ever tasted. She also forwarded Mr Jones a newspaper containing the account of the dinner and) giving the names of the distinguished party who were present, and also the menu card, which was printed in French, and which stated that the lamb had come from Wales. Mr Jones is rightly proud 01 this excellent testimonial as to the quality of his meat supply.
BRYN PYDEW. A FESTIVAL DAY.—The fact that little Georgie, the first-born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wil- liams, Shop Newydd, Bryn Pydew, was one year old on Wednesday, was the means of imparting much pleasure to the children of the neighbour- hood. On Thursday, close upon one hundred happy-faced children gathered in the schoolroom of the chapel to enjoy a capital tea, prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Williams, and they were assisted by Mrs. Jones, Shop, Glanwydden Miss Jones, Cae Cynws Miss Gwennie Jones, Marian Miss Owen, Ty'nybryn Miss Alma Davies and Miss Gwennie Jones, Eilian Bay, Amlwch, and Miss Katie Jones. In the evening an excellent concert was held in the chapd, the proceeds of which went towards the funds of the cause. The bright interior was well filled with a delighted audience, and the proceed- ngs were conducted by the inimitable Deiniol Fychan," who was as witty as ever, and gave three gems from his repertoire of recitations that quite charmed the audience. In the absence of Dr. Morgan, of Conway, the Rev. T. C. Davies, of Holyhead, occupied the chair, and made a short and appropriate speech. The vocalists were Miss Williams, Beaumaris, Tegfan Roberts, Miss Ger- trude Hoskins, and Mr. D. Llew. Davies, whilst Mr. Rowland Williams, of Bodysgallen, was the accom- panist, and fulfilled his duties splendidly. A sweet voiced juvenile choir, under the conductorship of Mr. Isaac Jones, Marian, rendered two pretty items, Miss Gwennie Jones, Marian, presiding at the Car- negie organ. The concert was a great success, the singing and Deiniol's elocution being excellent. Tegfan was suffering from a cold, but, neverthe- less, he sang in most artistic style, and in the duets with Miss Williams, the pair quite captivated the audience. Equally successful were Miss Ger- trude Hoskins and Mr. D. Llewelyn Davies, who sang most acceptably, and, like the other duettists, they were encored for their duet. The concert was one of the very best held in Bryn Pydew, and the children in the audience were most exemplary in their behaviour. Mr. Thomas Williams, Penybont, Bryn Pydew, proposed a vote of thanks to all who had contributed to the success of the event, and wished long life to the little fellow that was the cause of the occasion. Mr. Owen Thomas, Peny- bryn, Bryn Pydew, seconded, and it was carried with acclammation. Mr and Mrs Williams after- wards entertained a large party to supper, which was much appreciated, and a happy day was brought to a close with a vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs Williams for their kind hospitality.
PENMACHNO. CYMDEITHAS DDIWYLLIADOD S1LOH (W.) —Cynhaliwyd yr uchod nos Fawrth, dan Jywydd- iaeth Mr. Ellis Lewis, Peniarth, gan yr hwn y cafwyd anerchiad ar y cychwyn. Aed trwy y rhaglen ganlynol: Unawd," 0 dywed y gwir," Miss E. A. Hughes anerchiad ar Adgofion bore oes" gan Mr. Edward Roberts datganiad o. Y nefol gor," gan barti Mr. Ellis Lewis, Glanaber; adroddiad, Ac yr oedd hi yn nos," gan Miss Harriet Hughes beirniadaeth Mri, R. O. Evans a I A. J. Roberts ar y papurau goreu ar "Treulio Saboth yn Siloh," goreu Mr. Ellis Lewis, Peniarth cystadleuaeth unawd i fechgyn, goreu Mr. D. Emlyn Davies deuawd, "PJentyn yMeddwyn," Mri. J. Owen a N. V. Edwards adgofion am y Parch. D. O. Jone gan Mr. J. D. Roberts anerch- iad gan Mr. W. Jones, Brynawel; dadl ar gallu gan Mrs. R. D. Jones, Carrog; Mrs. C. Davies, Miss Harriet Hughes, a Mri. J. Owen, a N. V. Edwards. Diweddwyd trwy ganu y don Trent- ham." CHURCH MEN'S SOCIETY.—A meeting of the above was held at the Church House, on Friday evening, the Rev. Ben Jones occupying the chair, when a paper was read by Mr. Richard Evans, Elusendy, on "The Sunday School and its Book." ACCIDENT.—Mr. Lemuel Lloyd, Rhiwbach, met with a nasty accident by falling off a ladder while limewashing the barracks at the Ouarry. THE MACHNO CULTURAL UNION.—The first meeting of this society took place at the Public Hall on Friday evening, the Rev. W. Lloyd Davies in the chair, when a mock election took place, and the following candidates applied for the representation of Bro Machno, Mr. D. Lloyd Morris, Dugoed (L) supported by Mr. John Williams, Commerce House Mr. Hairi Edwards, Council Council (S) supporrted by Mr. W. Griffith Evans, Bron Dderw. Mr. E. Davies Jones, Solicitor (C) supported by Mr. J. Griffith Evans, Penmachno Ouarry. Mr. John Richards, Graianfryn, acted as returning officer, and Messrs Joseph Thomas, D. J. Williams and D. P. Williams, as polling clerks. Great enthusiasm prevailed throughout the meet- ing, and the result was declared as follows: Edwards (S) 23, Jones (C) 21, Morris (L) 19. THE MOELWYN MALE VOICE PARTY.— A musical treat was given at the Public Hall on Saturday evening, by the renowned Moelwyn Male Voice Party, under the laadership of Mr. Cadwaladr Roberts, J.P. The chair was taken by Dr. Williams, M.B. THE MACHNO DRAMATIC COMPANY.— On Saturday evening the above Company gave a performance of Aelwyd Angarad at the Public Hall, Llan Festiniog.
TALYBONT, OBITUARY—On Thursdays at the Salem Cemetery, Llanbedr, the funeral of Mr William Williams, Hafod-y-garreg, took place, the Rev D. P. Hopkins officiating. Mr Williams left several children and grand-children to mourn his loss.
NEBO, LLANRWST. DEATH.—It is with regret that we record the death of Mr John C. Roberts, of Ffrith Gleision, Nebo, which occurred on Friday in his 35th year. The funeral took place on Tuesday, at Capel Garmon churchyard, and was very largely attended.
PENMAENMAWR. JERUSALEM LITERARY SOCIETY.—At the meeting on Thursday night, presided over by Mr. Wheldon Jones, Bank Buildings, Councillor R. D. Owen read a very interesting paper on Dr. Lewis Edwards, Bala." There was an excellent attend- ance, and amongst those who took part in an in- spiring discussion were the Chairman, Messrs Richard Williams, Fron Villa; John Hughes, Grosvenor House; E. W. Roberts, Althorp; H. R. Williams, Norwood; R. 1. Lewis, Druid House, and John Ellis, Erasmus-street. A YOUNG MAN'S HEROISM.—Tn the Bex- hill on Sea Observer for last week, there appears yn account of a disastrous fire which occurred at Arden, Bexhill-on-Sea, in which Mr. J. Blackburn is a lodger. It will be remembered that Mr. Blackburn for many years resided in Penmaen- mawr, where he was in the employ of the Holy- head and North Wales Gas Company, and re- moved to Bexhill, to take up the position of secre- tary of the Bexhill Gas and Water Co. The news- paper gives a graphic account of Mr Blackburn's heroism in saving Mrs Smith, an elderly lady of 70 years, and Miss F. M. Church, who were found almost suffocated in a bedroom on the second storey on the west side of the house. The account goes on to say Not saying a word to anyone Mr. Blackburn went quietly to work to effect a rescue." It is to him and to him alone that those ladies owe their lives. He risked his to save theirs." A gentleman in a crowd said that if a testimonial was raised to the gallant young man, I will head the list." A fund has been opened to reward Mr. Blackburn and his helpers for his gallantly in the rescue of three ladies (one a helpless invalid and the other a cripple) and also to recompense him, he having lost tho whole of his personal effects in the fire. In the newspaper appears an excellent portrait of Mr. Blackburn, and also a picture of him making his escape from the burning house after the rescue. We feel sure that our local readers will be pleased to learn of the heroic con- duct of this young man. ELECTION.—The Salem Debating Society on Thursday evening had a mock Parliamentary election. The candidates were Mr. Mr. Moses Roberts (C), Mr. Albert Davies (L), and Mr. W. J. Roberts (Socialist).
LLANFAIRFECHAN. A WOMAN IN A HANDCART. At the Bangor Police Court on Wednesday, Mary Ellen Jones, of the Old Post Office, Aber, was charged by P.C. Williams with being drunk and disorderly on the evening of Guy Fawkes day on the Castle Bridge, Llanfairfechan. The officer gave evidence of finding her drunk, and when he spoke to her she commenced to kick and bite. He had great diffi- culty in restraining her, and had to hold her to the ground. With the assistance of six local men, the defendant was taken to the police station on a handcart. She was very disorderly on the way, and the whole of the village was up." The defendant pleaded guilty, and it was proved that this was her sixth appearance before the magis- trates. A fine of 5s. and costs was imposed. PROPERTY EXCIIANGE.-Acting on behalf of Mr John Williams, Flint (trustee), Mr R. Arthur Jones, of the Estate Office, Conway, has success- fully negotiated the sale by private treaty of the handsome freehold block of business premises occupying Castle Bridge corner, Llanfairfechan, at the junction of the station and Chester and Holy- head roads. The site is recognised as one of the best in the town. The purchasers are Messrs Dunphy & Son, the well-known grocers, who have shops at Llandudno, Conway, Deganwy, &c., the purchase price being £ 1,500. Messrs Carter, Vincent & Co., of Bangor, were solicitors for the vendors. Some important structural alterations will forwith be made, which will further enhance the appearance of the building. AMUSING ANSWERS.—At the Bangor Police Court on Tuesday, Mr. Ellis, of Llanfairfechan, appeared on behalf of Mr. Massey, of Rock Ferry, in support of a charge of game trespass preferred against Humphrey Roberts and John Roberts, junior, of Llanfairfechan. Mr. M. Nee, Carnarvon, defended. During his cross-examination by Mr. Nee, Evan Jones, Mr. Massey's gamekeeper, gave some amusing answers. He admitted that Mr. Massey only owned a part of Llanfairfechan, not the whole of it. Later, he admitted that foxes were sometimes got on the land in question. And didn't one of the defendants in your com- pany shoot a fox there one day ?" said Mr. Nee.— "Yes." "And didn't he share the reward with you —"No"; "I shared the reward with him." (Laughter.)—Mr. Nee then addressed the Bench on behalf of the defendants, and proposed afterwards j to put them in the box. The Chairman however, ruled that as Mr. Nee had addressed the Bench, he could not now put his clients in the box. After some discussion the Bench decided that the charge was clearly proved, and fined each of the defend- ants 5s. and costs. SOCIAL EVENING.-What is termed "The Rector's Social Evening turned out to be a great success in the Public Hall on Thursday evening. A very large number attended,and a most enjoyable evening was spent.
GYFFIN. SOAR WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—Services for next Su.riday -ia a.m.. and 6 p.m., Mr Owen Foulkes, Llanrwst. DIRWEST.—Treuliwyd y Saboth diweddaf yn Soar gyda dirwest. C'afwyd pregethau grymus gan y Parch. J. Wesley Hughes yu. y boreu, a'r Parch. Philip Price yn yr hwyr. Yn y prydnawn a'r hwyr cafwyd canu gan y plant (dan arweiniad Mr. John Evans), Miss Annie Williams, a Miss Hannah Hughes; adroddiadau gan Miss L. M. Cunnah a Gertrude Jones, a sylwadau gan Mr. W. H. Evans ar "Ddirwest yng ngoleuni y Beibl." Daeth deg o berson-au ymlaen i'r set fawr i arwyddo eu bod yn ddirwestwyr ar lyfr ooffia yr eglwys. Rhoddwyid llyfr bychan ar ddirweslt rhodd gan Mr. Roger Williams i bawb oedd yn bresennol yn yr ysgol. ØI- '>
Abergele Summer School.
Abergele Summer School. At the Abergele Summer School far Teachers held under the Denbighshire Education Author- ity during the month of August, 1909, the fol- lowing students were successful in passing time various examinations conducted by the Board of Examinations for educational handwork — Kindergarten.—Teacher's Certificate Mary Catherine Rogers, Johnstown, Wrexham Mar- garet Jane Parry, Rhosrobin, Wrexham. Clay Modelling.Teacher's Certificate Arthur Ll. Evans, Carmel, Holywell; Sarah Owen, Abergele; Margaret Jane Parry, Rihosrobin, Wrexham. Brush-dr awing.—Teacher's Certificate: Flo- rence E. Edwards, Wrexham; Beatrice Leigh Abergele; Arthur LI. Evans, Carmel, Holy- well George F. Healey, Ponkey, Ruabon; Charles D. R. Jones, Gwersyllt, Wrexham Robert Ellis Roberts, Tanytfron; Margaa-et Davies, Broughton, Wrexham; and George F. Johnson, Walsall (distinction). Cardboard Modelling.—Teacher's Certificate Florence E. Edwards, Wrexham Clara R. Hughes, Abergele; Beatrice Leigh, Abergele; Harold Milner, Bournemouth; Evan Lloyd, Gwersyllt, Wrexham. Woodiwofpk.—Teachers Certificate John Diggle, Ludlow; Charles S. Dobbins, Rhudd- lain; Thomas F. Gamble, Liverpool; Henry A. Jones, Abergele Rowland Jones, Old Colwyn Henry H. Wiarlow, Colwyn' Bay; Llewelyn Williams, Colwyn Bay.
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-eo. Interesting Conway Wedding. The following is a list of presents received by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walker, Conway, on the occasion of their marriage last week :— Bride to bridegroom, gold watch and chain. Bridegroom to bride, set furs. Mrs Amos Jones (mother of bride), household linen. Mr Amos Jones (father of bride). bedstead bedding. Mrs M Walker-Jones (mother of bridegroom), sideboard. Mr D. G. Walker (brother of bridegroom), cheque Mr and Mrs Owen Jones (brother and sister of bride), brass fire irons. Mr and Mrs James Walker (brother and sister of bride- groom), quilts. Mr and Mrs David Jones (uncle and aunt of bridegroom), copper kettle. Mr and Mrs J. Jones, Liverpool (uncle and aunt of bride), 2 table cloths. Mr and Mrs J. Wilson, Liverpool (cousins of bride), quilt. Mr and Mrs E. Williams. Conway (cousins of bride), set entree dishes. Mr and Mrs Blundell, Conway (cousins of bride), pair sheets. M rand MrsWaiker,Surrey (brother and sister), set carvers. Bridegoom to bridesmaid, gold brooch bouquet. M rand Mrs Robert Davies, Llewelyn-street table cloth. Mr and Mrs R. Thomas, Llewelyn-street, pair ornaments. Mr and Mrs A. J. Allsop, glass fruit dish. Mr and Mrs R. Jones. silver jam dish. Miss Edie Jones, water jug and glass. Mrs Williims, College Home, 2 pairs sheets. Mrs Morris, Watkin-street, pair ornaments. Mr W. E. Jones, Conway, knives and forks. Mr David Jones, Newborough-terrace, quilt and toilet set, Mr David Morris, Watkin-street, tea set. Miss Jones, Gweryl Lodge, pair ornaments. Mrand Mrs Evans. Bro Tudwal, silver jam dish. Miss Gwennie Rowlands, Newborough-terrace, flower vase. Mr and Mrs R. O. Jones, Church-street, silver butter cooler. Mr and Mrs Richard Roberts, Wind-street, half-dozen bedroom towels. Mrs Thomas, Wind-street, table centre Miss Nellie Roberts, Wern, marmalade jar. Miss Jones, Uppergate-street. Mr and Mrs John Jones, Watkin-street, pair sheets. Mr. R. J. Jones, lamp. Mr and Mrs Rowlands, Newborough-terrace, brass table lamp Mrs Jones, Plough Hotel, rug. Miss Maggie Jones, Warrington, pillow cases. A frend, silver castors. Mrs Hughes and family, Church-street, brass candle sticks. Mr and Mrs J. II, Jones, Ye Old College, rug. Misses L. and E. Hughes, Llewelyn-street, D'Oyles. Miss M. Williams, College House, tea caddy. Mrs Edwards, Church-street, half-dozen glasses. Mrs Wood Jones, 2 sideboard cloths. Mr Owen Williams, Rbos Cottage, set carvers. Mrs Chas. Jones, Chapel-street, kettle. Mrs Owens, Upper Gate-street, bedroom towels and photo frames. Mr and Mrs Moses Jones, Old-road, butter cooler Mr John Robert Hughes. silver butter knife and jam spoon. Mrs Ellen Jones, The Mart, flower vases. Mrs E. Evans, Bro Llewelyn, toilet set. Miss M. Evans, ditto ditto. Mr W. J. Jones, Primrose Cottage, tea service. Mr John Roberts, Sunny Side, ditto. Mrs Williams, Sea View, set jugs. Mr and Mrs M. Jones, photo frames. Friend, biscuit barrel. Mr Richard Jos. Jones. Primrose Cottage, trinket set. Mrs Jones, The Grosvenor, fruit dish. Miss Edie Jones, > he Grosvenor, silver candle stick. Miss Gladys Jones, The Grosvenor, silver button hook. Miss Maisie Jones, The Grosvenor, photo frame. Miss Dots Jones, The Grosvenor, views. Mr Peter Jones, Ahergele, table cover. Mr Robert J. Williams, Bradford House, brass candle stick. Mrs Rowlands, Benarth Lodge, breakfast cruet and butter cooler. Master Isaac Jones, Watkin-street, salad bowl. Miss M. Owen, Llandudno, fruit dishes. Mrs Roberts, High-street. Miss Louie and Edie Jones, The Grosvenor, coffee tray. Mr and Mrs William Jones, Lowergate-street, pair ornaments. Mr Teddie Williams, College House, pair ornaments. Miss Annie Owen, Blundellsands, toilet set covers. Miss Annie Williams, College House, towel rail and tureen. Master Bob and Tom Parry, water jug and vases. .Mr Enoch Hughes, trinket set. Mr and Mrs Herbert Jones, Castle-street, flower vase. Mr R. J. Roberts, Wind-street, 2 fancy plates. Miss J. E. Jones, Railway-terrace, 2 vases. Mr Robert Jones, ditto Rev. J. Davies, set of hall brushes. Mr and Mrs R. O. Prichard, tablecloth. Miss Mary Vaugban, Bull Cottages, flower vases. Mr and Mrs David Vaughan, Bull Cottages, dessert knife. Miss Blanch Jones, Trwy'r Porth, table centre. Miss Jenme Jones. Trwy'r Porth, embroidered table centre. Mr and Mrs David Owen, butcher, photo frame. Miss Maggie Jones, Dwygyfylchi Hotel, silver jam dish. Mr J. P. Griffiths, table cloth. Mrs R, G. Petch, set of ornaments. St. Mary's ("hunch Choir, dinner service. Welsh Sunday School, hymn book and common prayer. Miss Grace Williams, Bryn locyn. Miss Jones, Uppergate-street, kitchen utensils. Mr and Mrs Harris, Ty Newydd, crumb brush and tray. Mr W. E. Price, hail brushes. Mr Roger Williams, preserves. Miss Kittie Roberts, Bryn Siriol (cousin), dinner service. Miss Sarah Roberts, Mail Coach (cousin), tea service. Mr and Mrs Edward Roberts, Bryn Siriol (uncle and aunt), breakfast service. Miss J. Roberts, Tremeirchion (aunt), white counterpane. Miss M. E. Gallagher, Cross Roads (cousin). Miss Maggie Williams, Cambridge, Llandudno, toilet covers. I Mr Robert Jones, Chapel House, silver jam dish. Miss Kate jcines. Chapel House, pair of antimacassars. Misses Mary and Edith Jones, Chapel House, water jug and glasses. ,u. "n..moo. n
ØI- IyV\E have now opened our new vj W Establishment with a very choice fs selection of Winter Wear. » A Speciai Feature will be the Ladies' |l selection of Winter Wear. » A Speciai Feature will be the Ladies' |l H and Gent's Tailoring* Department. |J I This will be under the supervision of I, 1 a first-class Cutter. V, We are prepared to guarantee the very '■'> ,;S; best Cut, the best Fit, and the best Work- MV manship. All orders entrusted to us will receive ni our most prompt and special attention. 'i! NOTE THE ADDRESS: i\ I EDWARDS & SON, I I I Merchant Tailors, Clanfairfcchan. 1 I j SEE THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK. ||||
Festiniog Bankruptcy Court.
Festiniog Bankruptcy Court. A LLANRWST PARTNERSHIP. Messrs. Fletcher and Chisholm, who have traded in co-partnership at Llanrwst since the 3rd October, 1908, in the business of market gardeners, seedsmen, and auctioneers, and who were adjudicated bankrupts on. the 24th Sep- tember last, on their own application, appeared ,before the Registrar (Mr. Thomas Jones) at the Festiniog Bankruptcy Court on Tuesday. Mr. A. Lloyd Griffith appeared for the debtors. The Official Receiver's observations showed that the firm commenced with a capital of £ 40, each partner contributing £ 20, advanced to them by their respective fathers, and they were to draw any profits in equal proportions. Fletcher, who was brought up as a gardener or nurseryman, had lived at the shop since Feb- ruary last, before that for five months at Rhos Cottage, Rhuddlan, and previously at Seacomibe and Weston for some dime. Chisholm, who has had practical knowledge of gardening, had lived with his father near Llanrwst for four years. Neither had a business of his own until now. The bankrupts took a lease for eight years, from the 14th November last, of land whidh is called Cae'rgraig Nursery, Llanrwst, at the rent of r,35 10s. a year, where they planted a numbers, of young fruit trees. They also told the premises called Commerce House, at the rent of a year also a lock- up shop at Trefriw a garden there, and also another garden near Llanrwst. The bankrupts had young trees consigned to them, which they sold bty auction in different towns, and a con- siderable portion of the debts was for goods so consigned. Fletcher lived at the shop and had charge of the accounts, but he kept no proper books. They eaClh drew from the business at first I) a week, then 25s., then 30s., and for two weeks £2 a week, without any considera- tion as to whether the profits. permitted such withdrawals. The unsecured creditors were 32, for goods bought, ^348 14s. 7d; 11 for "printing and advertising, ^14 15s. 6d. 3 miscellaneous, £ 3 13s. 6d. total, ^367 3s. 7d. Six claims, amounting to r266 7s., exceeded Zio each. The deficiency was said to be l340 19s. 3d., the total liabilities, ^246; unsecured creditors being £ 367 3s. 7d. Thomas Myhell Fletcher, examined by Mr. Tobias, Assistant Official: Receiver, said with regard' to Commerce House, that since the last hearing the landlord had distrained on his mother's and his wife's goods, which were sold. In respect to the rent for the nursery, they supplied the landlord with goods on account, which went towards paying the rent. The firm rented a shop at Trefriw during the srummer season, but they had not paid any rent for it. Thev also rented a small: garden in the village at £ 2 per annum, but the rent had not been paid. They had some fruit to sell from the gardens of a local mansion (Llanrwst), a quan- tity of fruit and vegetables from them, which were not paid for. In the course of business the firm, planted a considerable number of young trees in the nursery which had not matured at the time of the bankruptcy. In order to sell shrubs and fruit trees they attended at various towns and sold them by auction and received the proceeds. He was the auctioneer. The ex- penses, between the railway journeys and hotels, were, however, large, with the result that the loss on many occasions was consider- able. He expected to make a profit by selling young treei, but the result had been unsatis- factory. It did not, however, follow as a natur- al result to. lose by such a system. At some town a good profit was made, while at others they sustained a loss. The Official Receiver It looks as if you were anxious merely to turoi the trees into money?— That is not so. At least, you will admit that it gives another person that aspect?—Considering the amount we paid, it certainly does not. It looks as if the transactions were for deriv- ing and obtaining goods by improper means. Mr. Lloyd Griffith objected to. the .question being put to the witness. The Registrar: It is not a question it is merely an observation. Examination continued Did yon inform the people from whom you got the goods that the money you had received for them was not col- lected?—-No. Do you keep a cash book?—'Not a proper one, as is usually identified as such. Considering the state of your business, did you think you could afford to draw out these sums?—At that time I thought so. Our bank book showed a credit balance. So because of the balance you drew the money?—Yes. As a matter of fact, the debts owing by the firm amount to £ 367 gross, leaving a deficiency of ^340?—Yes. You had been in business for only 11 months? —About that. So during that period your firm caused all this loss to the creditors?—Yes. In fact, you lived on your creditors?—It looks like it, but we worked very. hard. Was the furniture you used on the hire sys- tern?—Yes. You paid £4 16s. in respect to them?—Yes. You lived rent free and drew out your money weekly?—Yes. The Official Receiver The first account ren- dered was not accurate. The amended state- ment contains several accounts, but according to that the balance of payments corresponds fairly closely with the receipts. Continuing the examination, the Official Re- ceiver asked: You still kept drawing the money?—Yes, under the impression, however, that the business would improve. Have you paid rent to anyone?—Yes, rent for Commerce House and the nursery. Had your father any land by the nursery?— Yes. How much rent did he pay?-— £ 4. To whom was it paid?—To' me. What became of the money?-It was paid to the firm's account. You have a separate estate, I believe, an in- terest under the will of your late uncle. Have you any documents to show?—No, I gave you the names of the solicitors. Does your mother benefit by the will?—Not now. Who actually receives the money?—Some uncles and aunts. (Witness then gave the names and addresses of several persons of the surname of Cobb.) Did you take anything away from the shop or nursery after your application?—Nothing at all. There were some things belonging to youi wife, including a piano, that has been since seized by the landlord?—Yes. George H. Chisholm said that he had not been in business before he entered into partner- ship with Fletcher. He did not constantly in- spect the final's correspondence, as sometimes when he asked Fletcher for them he replied that they were upstairs. He used to see them event- ually, however. Fletcher said the accounts were kept all right. Had you any previous knowledge of auction- eering ?—.No. Whose idea was it?—Fletcher's. It was the chief arrangement of the partnership. Continuing, witness said that when he com- plained that the books were not kept Fletcher replied that it was all right. In a fortnight from the commencement of the partnership witness desired to withdraw from it, and wrote to Fletcher to that effect. He, however, over- looked it and contiruued the partnership. The Assistant Official Receiver said he would adjourn t4e examination, in order that Fletcher might submit an adjusted account, and in case I the balances were correct, he would feel satis- fied, and would not examine the debtors any further.
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Geirionydd Rural District Council. REV. JOHN GOWER'S WONDERFUL REMEDY. The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday. Present: Rev. John Gower (chairman), Mr. J. Lloyd Morris (vice-chairman), Revs. J. Ll. Rich- ards and Henry Jones, Messrs E. VV. Hobert" Evan Williams, Edward Roberts, D. G. Jones, T. T. Roberts and R. T. E'lis, with the Clerk (Mr. Thomas Hughes), and Surveyor (Mr. R. H. Williams). The Council gave their consent to the proposed riverside improvement by the Llanrwst Urban riverside improvement by the Llanrwst Urban Council, conditionally that the Council give an undertaking to bear all the expense and keep the place in a proper s'ate < f repair at all times. The Vice-chairman raised an objection to the manner adopted of raising the water rates, and a heated discussion followed. Mr. Morris said he c would not press any resolution, but the matter was one for consideration in the future. It was decided to again write the County Council and ask them to receive a deputation rz Yspytty Ifan road. A petition was read from residents at Cwm, Penmachno, complaining of the bad state of the road from Carrog to Dregynwal. Mr E. W. Roberts described the road as in a fearful state, and to walk the same one was obliged to do so in mud and water to one's ankles. The Surveyor was instructed to do what he could with a. view of improving the part com- plained of. A letter was read from the Llanrwst Urban Council asking the Council if they were prepared to join in the erection of a Joint Isolation Hos- pital. The let,ter was left on the table. Referring to some cases of erysypelas which were reported by the Inspector, one of which had proved fatal. The Chairman said he was surprised to hear of these cases, and especially the one proving fatal. It was almost unknown in South Wales. He described how by a recipe which he had, he cured one suffering from that disease at Trefriw, and how that man went about the village curing all suffering from the malady by the same method.
Footbafig, WELSH SENIOR CUP. (FIRST ROUND PROPER.) CARNARVON v. BEAUMARIS. A one-sided game was played at the Oval, Carnarvon, on Saturday afternoon, in the pre- sence of a good gate, ending in a victory for the Canaries by 10 goals to 1. The teams lined up as follows — Carnarvon United G. H. Jones, goal; Evan Hughes and Albert Griffiths (captain), backs Johnny Griffiths, Mick Herbert ,and J. Williams, halves; R. H. Roberts, Tom Roberts, Walter Jones, Hughie Roberts, and Johnny Jones, for- wards. Beaumaris: Robert Humphreys, goal; T. J. Roberts and H. Smith (captain), backs; Dela- mere Jones, P. Lynch, and H. L. Williartrfs, halves; R. E. Header, Dick Lewis, Norman Thomas, Will Evans ,and E. Williams, forwards. The Beaumaris team were composed of local men. iSorne of them, the right full, and Jones, and the outside right, for instance, were triers. But there was no system in their playing, and the Canaries had nearly all the game to them- selves. Every one of the home team played well. Jones was all righrt in goal. The full-backs were not as reliable as usual. Griffiths was not so effective as is his wont. Evan Hughes indulged in selfish .play on many occasions, and very often lost the ball in consequenoe. The half-backs were simply grand, Herbert, if anrythirug, being the pick. All the forwards played well. Tom Roberts was full of resourcefulness.
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A> JilBIOMIM: HI WEDNESDAY LEAGUE. CONWAY WEDNESDAYS v. LLAN- DUDNO CORINTHIANS. Played yesterday on the Morfa. Corinthians won by 12-0.
SCHOOL MATCH. LLANRWST NATIO AL SCHOOL v. BETIWS-Y-COED JUNIORS. A pleasant game between these two youthful comtinjgenits took place at Bettws on Saturday, and ended in a win for the school by 3 goals to 1. The referee was Mr Pullan.
Hockey. LLANDUDNO v. COLWYN. A very keen and interesting mixed match be- tween the above teams took place on the Llan- dudno ground last Saturday. Colwyn pressed from the start, and soon Davies, the visiting centre forward, opened the score. Prytce Jones and Gray added further points, and after closely contested play in mddfield Llaindudno put on two goals in quick succession. As the result of a well combined attack, Davies put his side still further ahead, and the score at half time stood 4-2 in favour of the visitors. Upon, resumption the visitors overwhelmed Llandudno, and added three more goals. Credit is due to the Colwyn defence, which played a sterling game, and re- peatedly broke up the combination of the home forwards before they could reach the shooting' area. For Llandudno Bone at centre forward and the left back were the pick of the team. 'Qolwyra were represented by: M. Beverley, D. Wood, and Evans, backs; W. Davies, Lewis, and K. Albutt, half backtg, D. Hicks, W. Pryce- Jones, Davies, Gray, and D. Law, forwards. Mr. H. V. Doughty-Davies, the old Welsh In- ternational, was the referee, and expressed him- self as much struck by the greatly improved play of the Colwyn team, who three weeks ago were heavily beaten at home by their opponents of Saturday. The pLayers on both sides were anxious, no do-ubt, to show their best form, as they were playing under the eye of a distiguishied member of the Welsh International Selection Committee. Mr. Doughty-Davies has been on the Committee for several years, and lately he was appointed Chairman for the present season.
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-.c Local Markets. DENBIGH (Wednesday).—Fresh butter, is., IS. 2d. per lb.; salt butter, IS, Ikd" I, 2d. eggs, 6 and 7 for is. fowls, 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d. couple; ducks. 4s., 5s. couple; beef, 6d. and gd, per lb. mutton, 7d. and gd. per lb. lamb, 7d. and 8d. per lb.: fat pigs, 4d. to sd. wool, 7d. and 8d. apples, 2S" 3s. 6d. per 136. BANGOR (Friday).—Fresh butter, is. -d. EG-I^S, 6 and 7 for IS. fowls, 3s. 6d., 4s. ducks, 2s. gd. beef, 7d. and IOd. Per lb. mutton, 7d. and gd. per lb. pork, gd. and gd. per lb. veal, 7d. and iod. per lb. fat pigrs. 4i^. potatoes, 3s., 3s. 3d. cwt. CARNARVON (Saturday).—Fresh butter, is. 2d. eg-g-s, 14s. 120; ducks, as. 3d., 3s. beef. 2jd. and 9d. per lb. mutton, j 7d. and gd. per lb. pork. 5d. and gd. veal, sd. to 9el.; fat pigs, dd.. 4^4. :potatoes. 6s. sack. LLANGEFNI (Thursday).-Fre"h butter, is. id. eggs, II for is.; fowls. 2s. 3d.. 2S. 6d. ducks, IS. gd., 2s. beef, 6d. and 8d. per lb. lamb, 7d. and gd. per lb. pork, Sd. and 8d. per lb. geese. 5s. and 5s, 6d. each.
There is a good deal of tapsy-turveydom in politics.. Mr Hemrmerde, the Liberal M.P. for East Denbigh, isa Churchman and an English- man. The Conservative candidate for the same division, Mr David Rhys, barrister, is a Calvin- istic Methodist and a Welshman. Printed and Published by R. E. Jones & Bros., at tfteir Printing Works, The Quay, Conway, and Published at their Central Libary, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay.