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LLANRWST. PREACHERS.—The following will be the preachers for next Suridav Parish Church Rector. Rev. J. Hamer Lewis. St. Mary's (Eng\): Rev. J. Hamer Lewis. Rector. Zion (C.M.): Rev. R. Roberts, Colwyn Bay. Scotland Street (C.M): Rev. O. H. Davies, B.A., Trefriw. Horeb1 (W.): Mr. Rowlands. Colwyn Bay. St. James' (W.) (Eng.): Rev. H. Waterworth, Colwyn Bay. Tabernacle (C.): Prayer meeting. Rev. W. Cynwyd Williams. Ebenezer (C.) (Mission): Sunday School. Service. Periuel (B.): Rev. Dd. Davies, Llandudno. IDWAL PARRY, CHEMIST AND DRUG- GIST, desires to inform the public of Llanrwst and the adjoining district, that he has taken over the business of his late brother (Mr Arthur Parry), at The Pharmacy, Station-road, Llan- rwst, where the business will be carried on as before. Prescriptions accurately and carefully dispensed, and all orders will be promptly at- tended to. 1817 REGENT HOUSE FOR ties, gloves, fancy goods, needlework in fact, anything you might fancy for Christmas presents. Our windows re- veal an extensive stock in all departments. 1816 MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.—On Wednesday evening, Mr Ivor Pughe Roberts pre- siding, a discussion was opened by Mr D. J. Williams on The one man Press danger." There was a full attendance, and a good ddbaite followed. FAIR.—The December fair was held on Wed- nesday. The attendance was small, and there was only a medium demand for cattle. THE MOELWYN CHOIR.—The Church House was packed on Friday evening, when the famous Moelwyn Choir gave a concert. The chair was occupied, in the absence of Colonel Higson, by Major Priddle, and the conductor IT was Bryfdir. The Chairman referred to the his- tory of this choir, which was got together 25 years ago by the present conductor, Mr. Gad- waladr Roberts, J.P., and during that period had won a large number of prizes. The ohoir appeared about eight times, and gave some good renderings. Their best numbers were Land of my Fathers and Y Delyn Aur." The so-loists were disappointing, Miss Mary King Sarah being by far the best. The proceeds were divided between the C.M. Mission Chapel at Pentre Dafani Fedw and the Choir Fund. The arrangements for the concerts were in. the hands of Mr. Roberts, Avondale, and were a complete success. TABERNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY.—On Wednesday evening, at Ebenezer, Mr. W. G. Owen presiding, a paper was read by Mr. Ed- ward Hughes on the late Dr. Arthur Jones of Bangor, the great "Velsh divine, and a native of Llanrwst. Others who took part were the Rev. Cynwyd Williams, My. William Davies, and the Chairman. CHURCH MEN'S SOCIETY.—At the ChuxcA Hous.e, on Monday evening, refreshments, kindly provided by Mr Charlton, we-TS served to the members, the catering being in the hands of Mrs W atling and Miss Morgan. The mem- bers, having done full justice to the many diain- ties provided by the generous donor, proceeded to elect Mr C. T. Alllard to the chair. The Rec- tor read a delightful paper on National Pro- verbs and their lessons," which was deservedly admired. Further remarks were made by the RelY. T. Robert.s, Messrs A. Roberts, A. E. Evans, and S. Hudson. 'On the motion of Mr Darbyshire, a hearty vote of tilanks was passed to the Rector for his valuable paper, similar votes being accorded the Chairman, Mr Char-- ton, and the ladies who catered for the mem- bers. SALE.—Messrs Blackwall, Hayes & Co. con- ducted a sale of all the stock at Messrs P. & H. Lewis's yard, yesterday (Wednesday), and the sale will be continued to-day (Thursday). ACCIDENT .—Mrs .Evams, Maes Gwyn, Llan- rwst, was, on tihe victim of a nasty accident whilst coming into town. She slipped on the ice-covered road and fell, breaking one of the smaller bones in her foot. She was medi- cally attended, and conveyed home in a cab. THE LATE COUNCILLOR PAKRY.—We should have included in the names of persons attending the late Mr. Arthur Parry's funeral, as an officer of the chapel, Mr, J. Smith Williams, and also Mr. W. G. Owen, as treasurer of the Urban Council. The undertakers were Messrs. D. G. Wilson, Maelgwyn House; and J. Smith Wil- liams, Bradford House. MEMORIAL SERVICE.-On Sunday evening, at Horeb Chapel, the Rev. T. C. Roberts made reference to the late Mr Arthur Parry, and dwelt upon the good qualities of the deceased, and the loss the chapel had sustained by his death. At the close of the service the Dead March was played by Miss Mills. A vote of condolence was also passed with the widow of the late Rev. J. D. Jones, a minister in South Wales, and once a member of Horeb. The late Mr. Jones was a brother of the Rev. Thomas Jones, George-street, and Nant-y-Benglog. DESERTION.—At the Conway Police Court on Monday, Elizabeth Morris, Llanrwst, charged her husband, A. J. Morris, hairdresser, Llandudno Junction, with desertion. The defendant appeared and stated that as he had only been served with the summons the previous Friday he applied that the case be adjourned until the next court. His wife, through her solicitor, had agreed to that course, as he also wished to instruct a solicitor. The magistrates granted the application. HOREB LITERARY SOCIETY.—On Mon- day evening a paper was read by Mr J. S. Ro- berts on Cynfaen," and am address was sriven by Mr Robert Roberts on the late Rev. D. 0. Jones. Several members took part in the dis- cussion.



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