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PENMAENMAWR. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.—At Conway Police Court on Monday, Benjamin Williams, Ty Mawr; John Evans, Nantganol, Capelulo and William Jones, 12, Bell Cottages, were summoned by Attendance-officer Edwards for not sending their children to school. In the first case the child had only attended 84 out of 135 times in the second 83 out of lI5 times; and the third 99 out of 128 times. Attendance orders were granted in the first two cases, and in the last a hne of is. and costs was imposed. HEWAN HALL.-The Council, at their meet- ing on Tuesday night, decided to erect a lamp opposite Hewan Hall, it being stated that the hall was greatly used by the public. MORI AH CHAPEL.—On Tuesday night Mr W. J. Roberts, headmaster of the Council Schools, read an excellent paper at the Moriait Congregational chapel o-n Arwydd y Carchar." The Rev. D. Harris presided over an excellent attendance. THURSDAY'S STORM.-Considerable anxiety was felt for the safety of the crew of the Puffin," which makes numerous trips from Brundlritt's pier to diffetent ports, and which had left the pier with a cargo of setts in Thurs- day's gale. Not a word was heard of the vesse' until Monday, when it was found she had téLI- rived at Belfast safely, and had made another trip to Buxton. JERUSALEM.—-In the course of his sermon, on Sunday night, in Jerusalem Chapel, the Rev. Dewi Williams remarked how pleased he was to see such a liarge. number of young men at- tending the evening service, and he should very much like to come in closer touch with them than he was able at present so that they would know each other. ACCIDENT.-On ssaturday an accident befel Mi Fairbrother at the Convalescent Home whilst ascending a ladder. Somehow or other he slipped and fell, sustaining bruises aim a severe sthakinjg. CATHOLICISM.—The n,ew monastery has now been completed, and is an imposing spec- tacle. Mrs Cubitt, of Groesffordd, wiho was the donor of a thandisome sum towards the object, has left the district for London. TEMPERANCE.—At the meeting of the Ebenezer literary society, on Thursday, a paper on temperance was read by Mr J. A. Morris, and an appropriate temperance recitation was given by Master Llewelyn Roberts. JERUSALEM LITERARY SOCIETY.—The weekly meeting of the above society took the form of a tea and miscellaneous entertainment, over which the Rev. Dewi Williams, B.A., pre- sided. The tea was given by the male portion of the society, who did all the waiting, and it is understood prepared the tea. A song was given by Miss Jones, Stanley Buildings, and recitations by Mr E. W. Roberts, Altborp, and Mr Arthur Phillips. In the junior guessing com- petition., Cilynne Williams was awarded the prize, and for the seniors Miss A. L. 'Phillips was the winner. A duett was given by Miss A. L. Phillips and Mr R. R. Williams. A very successful meeting was held.





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