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COLWYN. PENMAENRHOS SCHOOL.At Thursday's meeting of the Carnarvonshire Education Oom- ittee it was reported that the offers submitted previously with regard to two- or three sites near Colwyn for the proposed new school had been withdrawn. The Secretary also reported that he had made further enquiries in the district and had inspected two or three other possible sites. It was resolved that the matter be left in the hands of the Chairman, with Mr D. P. Wil- liams and the Secretary, to conclude the negotia- tions already commenced. AT WREXHAM.—On Sunday special sermons were preached to large congregations morning an-d- evening by the Rev. Thomas Roberts, Llan- el-ian, at the English Baptist Chape-I, Bradliey- roiad, Wrexham. The Mayor and Mayoress (Councillor and Mrs. J. Stanford) attended the evening service. vVELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—A week to- day a Bible class has been inaugurated at this chapel under the leadership of the Rev. J. Wes- ley Hughes. CHANGE OF PULPITS.—On Sunday, the Vicar of Colwyn Bay, Canon Hugh Roberts, ex- changed pulpits with the Vicar of Colwyn, the Rev. John Griffiths. NEW YEAR'S DAY EISTEDDFOD.—The executive of the New Year's Day Eisteddfod are hard at work. The presidents for the day will be Mr William Jones, M.P., and His Vvorshiip the Mayor of Conway (Councillor John Wil- liams). The prospects for the brass band con- test are very bright, and keen competitions will take place in all the other subjects. HEBRON C.M. LITERARY SOCIETY.—On Monday evening the Rev. Lewis Williams pre- sided. Mr William Hughes, Llys C'ynwal, read a paper upon The relation of the Calvinistic Methodists to the literature of Wales." Miss Roberts and Miss Williams (Council School), Miss Lloyd (Plas-y-Coed), and Mr David Wil- liams spoke upon the matter, and a vote of thanks was passed toi Mr Hughes. 11 PLEASANT MONDAY AFTERNOONS.-At Monday's meeting, at the English Wesleyan church, Mrs Forrest, Cad-wgan-road, in the ab- sence of Mrs Edwards, Cefn-road, presided. Nurse Williams, Tan Dderwen, read a very helpful paper upon Nursing." Songs were given by Miss Roberts, Colwyn Bay, and the Misses Jones, Eirianfa contributed a pleasing pianoforte duet. SALE OF WORK.A two day's sale of work was opened at the English Congregational church on Tuesday by Dr. Lilian Blake. The object of the sale was to meet a small deficit on the year's working, and afterwards to reduce the debt upon the land for the new chapel. Amongst those present at the opening were the Rev. Thomas Lloyd and Mrs Lloyd, the Rev. W. E. Jones (Penllyn) and Mrs Jones, Mrs Ll. A. Richards, Tanyooed; Mr and Mrs Stott, and Mrs Smith, Pa-rciau. Mr Joseph Smith, J.P-, Parciau, was the chairman, and delivered a witty and appropriate speech. The stall-holders were Mrs G. B. File, Miss Hyslop, Mrs Price, Misses Aiinsworth, Miss WTiitltaker, Mrs Hughes, Mrs J. Davies, Mrs Yarwood, Miss Yarwood, Mrs Wylie, and others. Solos were given by Mi-ss Sa-llie Parry, Miss Gertrude Hoskins, and Miss Blodwen Roberts; Miss Scott recited, and the Greenfield Quartette Party also assisted. The accompanist was Miss Jones-, Wynnstay-road. Yesterday (Wednesday) Mrs Atkins-on Howe, Colwyn Bay, opened the sale, and Mr J. T. Hy- slop, Colwyn, presided. Mr J. J. Price was the energetic secretary, and excellent results haive 'been achieved. EBENEZER LITERARY SOCIETY.—On Thursday evening, under the presidency of Mrs Penillyn Jones, Mrs Ellis Davies, Bryn Tirion-, read an excellent paper upon The proper ob- serva-nce of the Sabbath Day. The discussion was taken up by Messrs J. R. Davies, J. O. Wil- liams, J. Jones, Mrs M. M. Roberts, the Presi- dent, and others. TEMPERANCE SERMON. On Sunday evening, at Ebenezer Chapel, the pastor, the Rev. W. (Penllyn) Jones, preached a special sermon on temperance and domestic life, in, which he stated that the working classes of -his country pay over £100,000,000 every year for intoxicating drink, and that 55 per cent. of the inhabitants were non-abstainers, and that they spend at an average of £30 per annum on drink for every family of five. Under these condi- tions, the working classes could not but be poor.