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PENMAENMAWR. THE GOLF LINKS.—The work of laying out the new golf links for Penmaenmawr will be commenced on Monday. PENYCLIP.—The protection works at Peny- clip have been completed as far as the Penmaen- mawr Council is concerned, and the hope is ex- pressed locally that the Llanfairfechan' District Council will commence their portion of the work at an early date. HEWAN HALL.—This is the name that ha sbSen adopted for the new recreation room which has been kindly provided for the youths of the village by Colonel Darbishire. The room is an excellent one in every respect, all kinds, of newspapers and games being provided. A large number collect together nightly. The hall has been named after Mrs Hewan, daughter of Col. Darbishire, who was recently married in India. THE LORDS AND THE BUDGET. This was the subject of a highly interesting and instructive address delivered at the Moriah liter- ary society, on Tuesday night by the Rev. D. Harris, the pastor. Others who spoke weto Messrs R. Lloyd Jones, and Robert Roberts. MR. AND MRS. VICTOR ANDRE.—The sensation of the week in Penmaenmawr has un- doubtedly been the visit of Mr and Mrs Victor Andre, who, a week or two. ago, took Colwyn Bay by storm with their entertainments. The Oxford Hall each night has been well filled, and they are the talk of the place. Mrs Andre is rightly described as a wonderful woman. THE WELSH LANGUAGE.—At the Jerusa- lem C.M. literary society, on Thursday, Mr R. J. Lewis submitted a resolution that the Welsh people were making too much of the Welsh language. The subject brought forth an interesting discussion, in which, among others, the following took nart :-Messrs H. R. Wil- liams, R. R. Williams, and E. W. Roberts, the Rev. Dewi Williams, and Miss A. L. Phillins. INTER-DEBATE.—On Thursday night an inter-debate took place between the Ebenezer and the Salem' literary societies on the auestion Is the pulpit of Wales losing its influence?" Mr Williams, postmaster, opened in the affirma- tive, and was supported bv Mr Edwards, Salem, and the negative was taken up by Mr J. D. Jones, Salem, supported bv Mr David Parry, Ebenezer. A very interesting discussion, took place, after which a vote was taken, and by a majority of six, the negative side won the dav. SMOKING CONCERT.—A highly successful smcking concert—the first of a reries-was held in connection with the Territorials in the Drill Hall on. Tuesday night, presided over by Col. C. H. Darbishire, who was supported by Cant. H. T. Jenkins. Amongst those who contributed to the programme were Mr Farrier, with his phonograph Mr Peter Tones and party, Sergt. Hughes, Private W. E. Jones, and Mr Dan Ro- berts. Corporal T. Evans, under the name of Prof. Seigl." gave an excellent stump speech on the Budget, creating roars of laughter. Lance-Corporal H. Tones was an efficient accom- panist. Col. Darbishire, in the course of a few remarks, hoped1 that the concerts would be con- tinued throughout the winter months, iim order to bring the young men more in touch with each other. It was announced that the annual prize distribution) will take place on December 18th, and the subscribers' shooting competition on the 8th December.








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