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COLWYN BAY. I

ABERGELE.

COLWYN.

LLANDDULAS.I

LLANDRILLO-YN-RHOS.

PENMAENRHOS.

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 LJ. A. Evans, Old Post Office Drug Stores. SOCIAL.—A very successful social was held in the National Schoolroom, on Thursday evening. Tea was given and presided over by the unmarried ladies, After tea there was a musical programme which commenced with a piano solo, plaYdi in brilliant style by Mrs Hail (London); songs were given by the following artistes:—Miss Ellison, "Because"; Miss Gwendolyn Evans, "Cornflower"; MrjZogers Jones, "The Holy City"; Miss Elsie Rogers Jones, "Mushroom"; Miss Annie Jones, The Miller's Daughter Mr. R. Llovd Williams, 'Rhwy'n methu dewis gwraig"; Mr T. Davies. Sandy McNab's Wedding," encore, Kiliarney." This was Mr Davies' first appearance in Glan Conway, as a singer. Games and competitions ions followed, the prizewinners being Mrs Malek, Miss Humphrey-Jones, Mr R. Lloyd" Williams, and Mr Llewelyn Hughes. The arrangements was ad- mirably carried out by Miss Jones, Nythfa, and Miss Hughes, Ty Isa, kindly assisted bv Miss Treweck, and Miss Ellison. Much praise is there to the young singers, Miss Gwendolyn Evans, and Miss Elsie Rogers Jones, for their excellent singing! The pleasant evening closed with Mr R. Llovd Williams singing the Welsh National Anthem, all heartily joining in the refrain. The bachelors of Glan Conwy, of whom there are a goodly number, are anxiously looking forward to giving "a social in return. WELSH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE UNION. —A meeting of the local branch of the Welsh Women's Temperance Union, was held at the Bryn Ebenezer Methodist Chapel, and was well attended.

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EGLWYSBACH.

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