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LLANDUDNO.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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CONWAY.

PENMAENMAWR.

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PENMAENMAWR. SUCCESSFUL FANCIER.—Mr Llewelyn Williams has added to his long list of prize- winners at the different poultry and pigeon fan- ciers' shows. At Birmingham, last week he took premier honours with his yellow white side pigeon, which was described by the judge to be a perfect biraI. He also secured a fourth prize with a show homer at Edinburgh. BANDS OF HOPE.-The annual meeting 01 the Jerusalem (C.M.) Band of Hope was held on Thursday evening, the Rev. Dewi Williams B.A., presiding over a good attendance. He de- livered a short-and inJterestinR address to the children,, and recitations were given by R. Tud- wal Lewis and J. E. Jones; songs by Idwal Jones, and John Davies and a duett by Myfan- wy and May Hughes.—The annual meeting of the Ebenezer Band of Hope was held on Tues- day night, when songs, recitations, &c., were given by the children,. GRAND CONCERT.—On Friday night, the Oxford Hall was well filled to welcome the Royal Moelwyn Male Voice Choir, who had an- nounced a concert in support of the fund to take them over to the United States. Dr. H. T. Jenkins presided. The choir, under the able and veteran leadership of Mr Cadwaladr Roberts, J.P., gave an excellent arcount of themselves, and were loudly applauded for their endeavours. Solos were also effectively ren- dered by Messrs H. J. Hughes, Evan Morris, Ted Jones, W. O. Jones, and J. E. Williams. Mr D. Francis, the blind harpist, also gave se- lections, and accompanied Mr. E. Ffesitin Jones in his penillion singing. Mr. A. E. Owen Davies, A.R.C.M., was an efficient. accompanist. THE HOUSE OF LORDS.At the liter- ary society of the Moriah Congregational chapel on Tuesday night, the Rerv. D. Harris the pas- tor, delivered a most interesting and instructive address on The House of Lords." Mr W. J. Roberts schoolmaster, presided.

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LLANGERNYW.

BETTWS-Y-COED.

TALYBONT.

EGLWYSBACH.

TREFRIW.

LLANDDOGET.

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GYFFIN.

PENMACHNO.

CAPEL GARMON.

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