COLWYN BAY. FOR WEDDING STATIONERY.—Latest de. signs. Specimen Book sent to any address on application.—R. E. Jones & Bros., Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. THE LATEST and up-to-date Specimens of Ball and Dance Programmes may be seen at R. E. Jones & Bros., "Weekly News" Office, Colwyn Bay I NEEDHAM'S new hair-cutting, shaving, and shampooing saloon now open at 16, Station- road. (Side entrance.) FOR PERFECT FITTING and Natural-look, ing Artificial Teeth go to Kay and Sons', Ty'nyffordd, Abergele-road, Colwyn Bay. High- class work at the most moderate charges. PICTURE THEATRE.—This week Mr. Harry Reynolds enters upon his second year's run with animated pictures at the Public Hall. The popu- larity of the cinematograph is unquestionable. By it thousands of different stories can be told and thousands of different places pictorially described. The cinematograph instructs and amuses. Its grip upon the populace, therefore is not only remarkable but deserving. Week by week excellent programmes new to Colwyn Bay have been submitted. A bi-weekly change, i.e., every Monday and Thursday, is now in vogue. This week's special anniversary programme in- cludes Autumn in the Forest," which gives an excellent panorama of the woody spots of oOid England. We see a beautiful scene through the trees all now beginning to shed their leaves. Here and there we break into a more open and extended view which allows the rays of the sun to be seen piercing through the thick tree tops. The Artist's Revenge pictures in a clever manner the way in which a struggling artist gets square with an art dealer who has fleeced him in a transaction. The Better Way tells of a Puritan maiden compelled on account of the poverty of her aged mother to marry an old squire whom she did not love and causing bitter disappointment to a young lover. Oh, Uncle," is a very laughable film. Uncle visits his supposed single nephew, whose wife for the time being is transformed into the servant. Uncle is ardent in his flirtations with the sup- posed servant, and interesting complications en- sue. However, all ends happily and uncle is very pleased that his nephew has such a charm- ing wife. A dash to death is a most thrilling episode in which a runaway car dashes down a precipice. But the item of the evening, judged by the amount of enthusiasm it created, was the subject Sexton Blake, detective." The comedy numbers are Invisible Dog," Mrs. Clark's birthday," Good Cigars," and Glass of Goat's Milk." A PRIZE GUESS.—Much amusement was created at Friday's meeting of the Liberal Asso- ciation, when the popular Hon. Secretary, Mr. Tom Roberts, found himself made the recipient of a more or less handsome prize. At ihe time of the election some of the Liberal workers meeting in Sir Herbert's committee rooms went m for a guessing coi'.npetiiition. Some of Ithe guesses were very modiest, going down to so low a figure as Soo, but Mr. Roberts ventured a guess of something over 2,000, and, being the highest, he was the nearest the mark. To his surprise, he was on Fridav evening awarded a prize, nothing 1€SS than a loving cup (possibly of silver, but certainly of local manufacture), the gift of I Jonathan Roberts, the veteran and trusted '-iberal organiser, by whom the presentation was uiade in humorous little speech. Mr. Tom Ro- berts made a happy response, and bore off his reward in triumph. JNCREASE OF Y.M.C.A. MEMBERS.—As a result of the efforts of a special campaign which had for its object to increase the member- ship of the local Association of the Y.M.C.A., a ja-ige number of young men have joined in the tvf* ^evV weeks. During the past four months e 1 membership has increased by over forty per and others join daily. The building sh°'Wa as ^roderw, in the Conway-road, will °rt'y be equipped as an hotel and association open in March, when the present premises In the .Penrhyn-road will be vacated. CONGRATULATIONS TO SIR HERBERT. -At Friday evening's meeting of the re-formed Liberal Association, presided over by Mr. John Crompton, Jr. Fred Griffiths proposed a vote of congratulations to Sir Herbert Roberts upon his magnificent victory. This was seconded by the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, supported by Mr. Bamford, and carried amidst an exceptional display of enthusiasm. Tributes were paid to the work done by Mr. Crompton and the other officers of the Association, all of whom were cordially thanked. LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.—For certain reasons the Liberal Association was disbanded before the election, and a meeting of workers and sympathisers for the purpose of re-forming it was held in the Lecture Hall on Friday even- ing. Mr. John Crompton presided over-an ex. cellent attendance, and great enthusiasm pre- vailed. A resolution was unanimously passed to re-start the Association. All the officers being re-elected until the next annual meeting. It was decided to convert the election committee rooms ln Woodland-road into a Liberal Clubt where the members can meet for discussion and recrea- tion pending the acquisition of more com- modious premises. A hope was expressed that good use would be made of these temporary quarters with a view to bringing the Liberal forces in the town together. HOCKEY MATCH.—On Saturday a Hockey Watch on roller skates was played at the Queen's Skating Rink, Rhyl, between a Rhyl quintet and a team representing Colwyn Bay. As on formei occasions when the teams have met Rhyl proved too strong for their opponents and won rather easily by six goals to one. The Colwyn Bay Players have no opportunity for practice, and In consequence their Rhyl rivals generally have matters all their own way. The Rhyl team, which has yet to. meet defeat, was composed as iol]ows.—p. Seeds, F. Drake, A. Hughes, F. "ells and R. Roberts. Reserves: W. Walton and S. Arthur. Colwyn Bay's original selection ^'aS Wildman, J. Jones, Findley and A. Davie s. The match was most pleasantly contested, and resulted in a win for Rhyl by six goals to one. BIL,IARDS.- The billiard table is a great attraction at the Y.M.C.A. Rooms, and a tourna- ment which was decided on it this week was supported by a good number of entries. The first prize, a clock, was gained by Mr. W. Ro- berts Mr. G. Pennington won the second prize, a dressing case the third prize, a fountain pen, Went to Mr. F. Bulley Mr. H. Curtis securing a collar box, and MI. B. Wooldridge a stylo- STraphic pen. EXTEXSIOX LECTURE.—The penultimate lecture of the series took place in the Victoria l'ier Pavilion on Tuesday evening, when Mr. I- Martin Duncan, F.R.l'.S., delivered an ad- dress on the subject of The Romance of Plant Life." Dr Harold Nuttall was in the chair, and it was evident that the audience took keen in- terest in the lecturer's remarks upon the wonder- ful works of Nature.
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Wednesday, 9th February, 1910, Physical and recruits' training 7.30 p.m. dress, drill order. Friday, 1 ith February, 1910, Com- pany and recruits' training 7.30 p.m. dress, drill ord-er.-Notice: A lecture on the new charger loading Lee-Enfield rifle will be given by the instructor every Friday.—By order, F. H. Borthwick, 2nd Lieutenant Commanding. THE SCHOOLS.—At the meeting of the County Education, Committee on Friday the quotation of Messrs. Heap and Sons for cleaning the windows and partitions of the Boys', Girls' j and' Infants' Council schools, was accepted. RECREATION GROUNDS AT LAST.- Councillor T. E. Purdy deserves all praise for a bold and enterprising stroke which he has accomplished :n the interests of the young men of the district, who for so long have been. crying out for recreation grounds. Mr. Purdy has made himself responsible for the rent of a plot of land, 13% acres in extent, on the Minydon Estate at Colwyn, and a portion will be let off for football, cricket, and other games. We feel sure that Mr. Purdy's action will be appreciated by all sections of the community, because the district is badly in need of recreation grounds of this character, and it is only too evident that the District Council are not in a financial position to embark upon such a scheme. At the same time, we do not think that Mr. Purdy should be expected to bear the burden alone, and feel sure that a number of the wealthy residents of the district will gladly take a share in it. The laid is conveniently and centrally situated, being within easy reach of the inhabitants of Colwyn and Llysfaen as well as those of Colwyn Bay, and when the tram service is extended, will be available to a much larger area. We dio not know whether it is proposed to form a company, but no doubt lI. Purdy will be ready to supply j any information. The ground has been christened The Colwyn Bay AthLetic Ground," and it is hoped that the Football Club's esteemed President, Mr. Walter Whitehead, will kick off on Saturday week, when they play Ban- gor University. It is expected that Colwyn Band will be in attendance. PANTOMINE AT THE PUBLIC HALL.— Next Monday the animated pictures in the Public Hall will be discontinued for a week, as fr. Harry Reynolds is presenting Mr. Nelson j Barrett's No. I. travelling company in the favourite pantomime Cinderella," the visit being for six nights and two matinees. The company will consist of forty star artistes, whilst the mangificent scenery and dresses, the brilliant specialities, the funny comedians and grand chorus and ballet should result in every per- formance attracting a crowded house. Seats may now be booked at Fleet's Music Warehouse, and information regarding prices of admission will be found in the advertisement on our front page. SUNDAY LECTURE.—On Sunday afternoon I an open meeting at which many members and friends were present iiias held at the Y.M.C.A. Rooms. The District Organising Secretary for North Wales, Mr. Charles W. Bates, was in the chair, and Mr. J. W. Adamson gave a helpful address on The work of the Holy Spirit." The Sunday afternoon meetings, and also the prayer meetings, are being verv well attended. ST. DAVID'S DAY DINNER.—At a meet- ing held in the Hotel Metropole, on Tuesday evening, it was unanimously decided to hold a dinner in memory of the patron saint of Wales at the above hotel. Mr. H. V. Doughty-Davies has kindly consented to act as hon. secretary, and Mr. J. Kyfun Jones as hon. treasurer. It is hoped that the dinner this year will be fully representative of the town. AN EXCURSION TO LONDON.—O move- ment is on foot in the town to induce the Rail- way Company to run a special excursion to London on Wednesday, February 23rd, in view of the opening of Parliament, and we under- stand that the Company would consider the matter favourably if it was taken up in a sub- stantial way. In the event of success, the fare would be 12s return, and dining saloon would be provided on both journeys. The ou/tward train would leave Colwyn Bay at about seven in the morning, and the return, would leave Euston about midnight and reach Colwyn Bay at half past five. It would be advisable for all interested to communicate this week with Mr. J. Evans, the goods agent, in, order that the scheme might be proceeded with. THE LATE MRS. PARRY, LLYS ALED.— At Friday evening's meeting of the Colwyn Bay and District Liberal Association, the Chairman, Mr. John Crompton, proposed a vote of sym- path with the Rev. Thomas Parry, J.P., in his sad bereavement by the lamented death of Mrs. Parry. This was seconded by the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, and carried by a silent vote. ENGEDI LITERARY SOCIETY.—Notwith- srtianding the inclemency of the weather, a good audience collected to listen to a most delightful lecture on Welsh hymnology by Mr. O. R. Hughes, M.A., County School, Lianrwst. Mr. ow Hughes is an acknowledged expert on. things concerning the IVelsh language, and seldom has one listened to such dignified eloquence as was displayed by him on this occasion. After treat- ing on the essentials of a good hymn, he traced the history of Welsh hymnology, commencing with the psalms of Edmund Prys and dealing practically with Williams Pantycelyn, and Ann Griffiths. His thorough knowledge of all branches of Welsh literature, his abundant com- mand of the Welsh language, and his intelligent, and sympathetic treatment of the subject com- bined to make the lecture a masterpiece, and to make it one that is well worth repeating on many occasions. Several members testified to the pleasure and edification they had received and were warm in their thanks to Mr. Hughes, and an earnest appeal was made to him to have the lecture published in one of the Welsh peri- odicals. The Rev. R. Roberts occupied the chair. DEPARTURE OF MR. AND MRS. E. E. KELL Y.-It is with mingled feelings of regret and hope that the townspeople have learnt of the impending departure of Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwards Kelly, with their family, for their new home in Australia. On coming to Colwyn Bay from London some five years ago to carry on the drapery and millinery business in Station- road, they were warmly welcomed and soon made hosts of friends, and during that period Mr. Kelly has been piominent in many circles. A Welsh bard of merit, his pen-name being Glan Madog," he has taken a particularly active part in connection with the Royal Welsh National Eisteddfod to be held at Colwyn Bay in September next, and on the occasion of the Proclamation ceremony his verses were ac- claimed by the assembled bards, among them the venerable Archdruid. As may well be understood, he is very reluctant to leave here, but the course has been iendered advisable on account of the health of Mrs. Kelly, who will no doubt derive much benefit from living in the dry, warm climate of Australia. Mr. Kelly will join his brother in business at Melbourne, where we hope that he and his loved ones will prosper in every way and be exceedingly happy. We can assure them that they take with them the good wishes of the whole town. THE COLWYN BAY A.O. AND D.S.—The local amateurs who are now assiduously prac- tising Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera, "The Pirates of Penzance," have engaged the Victoria Pier Pavilion, together with the Pavilion Or- chestra on April 19th and 20th. The chief roles have been allocated as follows: -Major General Stanley, Mr. D. Llewelyn Jones; the Pirate King, Mr. Wright, Grosvenor Cafe; Samuel (his lieutenant), Mr. J. W. Holden; Frederick (the pirate apprerutice), Mr. Goldsworthy; the Sergeant of Police, Mr. George Mason "Mabel, Edith, Kate and Isabel (daughters of Major- General Stanley), Mrs. Bruce, Miss Edith Shield, Miss Sally Parrv and Miss Rush Ruth (maid of all work), Miss Ida Mervyn Wood. The chorus is larger than any that has ever taken part in an amateur operatic performance at Colwyn Bay, and the room at the Cafe Grosvenor being now too small for the rehear- sals, a spacious apartment over Mr. Askew's has been secured for that purpose, where they are held every Tuesday evening. A UNITED TEMPERANCE MEETING will be held in Church Room on the 18th February next. Further particulars will appear in future issues. VOTES FOR WOMEN.—A public meeting under the auspices of the Colwyn Bay and Col- wyn branch of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, a non-party and non-militant organisation, will be held in the Victoria Pier Pavilion on Wednesday, at 7.30 p.m. The principal speaker will be Mrs. Henry Fawcett, LL.D., widow of the famous blind PostmasteT- General. RAILWAYMEX AT FOOT BAI,L.Owing to their ground being unfit for play last week, Mold Junction, who were to have entertained Colwyn Bay station in the first round of the London and North-Western Railway Temper- ance Shield, wired postponing the fixture. Col- wyn Bay have chosen the following team to visit Mold on Saturday in the same competi- tion :-Joaes, goal; P. Williams and D. Ro- berts, backs; T. Pritchard, R. W. Roberts (cap- tain) and T. Jones, half-backs E. W. Aitken, Ernest Tucker, William Lloyd, Charlie Evans and II. J. Evans, forwards.
ABERGELE. OBITUARY.—It is with sincere regret that I record the death of Owen Meredydd, the 12 months' old child of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ed- wards (" Pedr Alaw "), Park Villas, which took place after a very brief illness on Friday, and was buried on Tuesday afternoon. Verily, No. 2, Park Villas, has been a house of gloom re- cently. It is only a few weeks since the eldest son was laid to rest. The burial service on Tuesday was conducted by the Vicar, whose references to the overwhelming troubles of the family were touching to a degree. There were some magnificent wreaths, including one From Dada and Mother, in loving memory of darling baby;" "From dear Nain, in great grief;" From his loving little brothers. and sisters;" From Auntie Carrie;" Miss Jones, Prestatyn Misses Plant, Rhyl; and Miss Davies, Park Villas, Abergele. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Mr. Edward Ellis. Just budding to life like a sweet, young rose, He was called to the realms above He lived on earth in his parents' hearts, And died in. the arms of love. I also much regret to report the death of Mr. James Barlow, who passed away on Friday after: only a few week's illness. The funeral, which was very large, took place on Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Barlow and family have the sin- cerest sympathy of the whole town in their great distress.—SEARCHLIGHT.
LLANELIAN. A HARD CASE.—At the meeting of the County Education Committee, on Friday, a letter was read from Mr. F. J. Holmes, Colwyn Bay, with regard to the case of Richard Wynne Jones, a scholar at the Llanelian N.P. School; who attended the school for seven years without missing except three attendances through illness, and stating that the Colwyn Bay managers recommended the award of a silver watch. The Committee, however, regretted that they could not see their way clear to depart from regulation with regard to the matter. Mr. Wilcoxon re- ferred t oit as being a very hard case, but he felt sure that regulations would be revised for the future.
LLANFAIRTALHAIARN. Y GYMDEITHAS DDIWYLLIADOL.—Cyn- haliwyd cyfarfod o'r Gymdieithas uchod nos Fawrth diweddaf, yn Ysgoldy y Cynghor, dan lywyddiaeth Mr. E. Harrison, Denbigh-road. Testyn y ddadl ydoedd A ddyliid darllen y Beibl yn yr ysgolion dyddiol?" Agorwyd o blaid gan Miss Roberts, Mount Pleasant, ac yn erbyn gan Mr. John Hughes, Boot Stores. Cymerwyd rhan yn y ddadl gan Mri. W. Owen, Walter Harrison, Thomas Jones, Elias Hughes, ynghyda Miss S. Davies, Hafod y Gan. Wedi dadl frwd rhoddwyd y mater i fynu i bleadlais, a chafwyd mwyafrif o blaid ei'ddarllen. Ar gynygiad Mr. W. Owen, pasiwyd pleidlais o ddiolchgarwch i'r ddau fu yn agor y ddadl, ac i'r Cadeirydd am lywyddu nior dooheuig.- AELOD.
OLD COLWYN. CONCERT AND CANTATA.—Yesterday (Wednesday) evening the cantata, Children of Heaven (Dr. Dan. Prothero), was given at Hebron C.M. Chapel by the Hebron Children's Choir, conducted by Mr. G. E. Jones. The Rev. Lewis Williams, pastor, was conductor of the evening's proceedings, Mr Evan Owen, Colwyn Bay, being in the chair. The artistes at the concert were Miss Gertrude Hoskins, Miss Let- tie Bennett, Miss Amy Williams, Miss May Jones, Miss Katie Parry, Mr. G. W. Rogers, Mr. Gwilym Jones, Master Willy Parry, Master Charlie Williams, and Master D. John Moss. The accompanist was Miss Maud Williams. The proceeds were in aid of the chapel funds. CHURCH SERVICES.—On Sunday the ser. vices at St. John's Church were taken by the Rev. J. Pritohard, Colwyn Bay, owing to the indisposition of the Vicar, who for the past few days has been unable to take any active part in Church work. MOTHERS' MEETING.—Owing to the large numbers which attend the weekly mothers' meetings, the Tower, which had been kindly lent for that purpose by the Rev. and Mrs. Ll. A. Richards, is no longer spacious enough, and the meetings will in future be held in the As- sembly Room. The work has reached such proportions that Mrs. Richards and Miss Pen- dlebury felt they were not able to cope with it alone, and in consequence Mrs. White, Oak- lands, is kindly assisting them. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. White attended for the first time. The meetings are a great help to the women of the parish, who are allowed to bring their youngest child, and Mrs. C. O'Connell, Brynymaen, nas sent a number of toys for the children to amuse themselves, the gift being much appreciated. CANTA T A.-The practices of the St. John's augmented choir, which will give the cantata "From Olivet 10 Calvary on Good Friday evening are being very well attended. Mr. Morris, F.R.C.O., organist and choir master of St. John's, will conduct, and the choir will be sunrvorted by a large orchestra of local amateur musicians. SOCIAL GATHERING.—A most enjoyable reunion of the members of St. Catherine's Church was held in the Assembly Roam yester- day (Wednesday) evening. The arrangements were in the hands of Mrs. Sanderson and Mrs. Hannah, wives of the Churchwardens, assisted by Mrs. Daniel Owen, Mrs. Frank Booth, Mrs. E. Edward Roberts, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Hughes, Pentrith; Mrs. Win. Parry and Mrs. Edward jo-.ies v ho earned them out to the satisfac- tion of all. Tea was served at six o'clock to a gathering which numbered some hundred and fifty, after which a concert and competi- tive meeting was held. Songs were given by Mr. E. Edward Roberts, Miss M. Sanderson, Miss Ethel Sanderson, the Rev. Llewelyn Richards, Miss Maggie Jones, and Mr. W. O. Roberts. The competitions included a whistling solo, for a prize presented by Mr. E. Edward Roberts. Penillion-singing, impromptu Welsh speech, comic song, prize presented by Mrs. Sanderson celebrities, prize preesnted by Mrs. Hannah; and gentlemen's competition, prize presented by Mrs. E. Edward Roberts. The Rev. LI. A. Richards presided over the proceedings in the much regretted absence of the Vicar. The social entertainment was followed by a dance, for which Mrs. Lilwell, who was also the ac- companist for the concert, played with her usual ability. COLF CLUB.-The committee of the Colwyn Golf Club have engaged a professional and green keepeT in the person of Paxton, of the Leeds Golf Club. Paxton comes with excellent testi- monials,. and more than once has plaved in matches against J. H. Taylor. He will occuny the spacious club house now in course of erection on the links, which will be completed in May. The course is undergoing a series of im- provements, and by Easter will undoubtedly be the finest 9 hole course in North Wales.
I CONWAY. A GOOD PLACE FOR BOOTS.—For the best and cheapest of all classes of boots end I shoes, go to Joseph Jones, Comptoa House, Castle-street, Conway. Best shop for repairs. Agent for K Boots and other best Brands. JOHN M'GILP, practical watchmaker and jeweller. Watches, clocks, jewellery, spectacles, and silver-plate repaired. Address High-street, Conway. 1573 For perfect fitting and natural looking arti- ficial Teeth go to Kay and Sons, Ty'n-y-Ffordd, Abergele road, Colwyn Bay. Visits 22, Upper Gate Street (Mrs. Jones) every Tuesday, 2.30 to 4.30. PRESENTATION.—On Thursday night, at the Fire Station, ex-Captain E. Loyd Jones was presented with an excellent enlarged photograph of the Brigade, supplied by Mr. Charles Wind- sor, photographer. The presentation was made by Councillor J. E. Conway-Jones, the Chair- man of the Fire Brigade Committee. A MEMORIAL SERVICE in commemoration of the late Mr. Charles Waters, founder and secretary of the International Bible Reading Association, was held on Sunday afternoon of last week at the Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, in connection with which a branch of the I.B.R.A. (numbering nearly a hundred members) has existed for many years. Mr. Griffith Lewis, superintendent of the Sunday school, presided. The service, which was arranged by the local secretary, Mrs. J. T. Jones, Cadnant, was of a most impressive character. Mrs. J. E. Mathews, Eithinog, read out the portion and lesson for the day, and Mr. Arthur Hughes gave a short sketch of the life and work of the departed Mr. Waters. Suitable hymns were sung, and a resolution of sympathy was put to the meeting by lr. T. C. Jones, and carried with deep feel- ing and respect. THE CHORAL SOCIETY.—This Society are making excellent progress for the forthcoming concert, which promises to be one of the best in the history of the Society. Some of the members are very lax in their attendance at the practices, and it behoves them during the re- maining three weeks to put in an attendance at each of them, in order to bring the choir up to its usual strength and efficiency. FIRE BPIGADE.-Orders for week ending February 7th, ,,o.-Slalion Duty: Firemen Robert Wiliiams and W. H. Jones, Probationers George Owen and Thomas Davies. Officer on Duty Lieut. Owen Williams. Wet drill, Satur- day, February 5th. igio, at 2-30 p.m.—F. A. DELAMOTTE, Chief Officer. is WHIST DRIVE.-On Tuesday night a whist drive was held in the Constitutional Club, the prize winners being ladies—Mrs. Hughes, Cartref Melus; gentlemen—Mr. D. G. Walker. The booby prize was awarded to Mr. James Smith, Oakwood Palko THE PROPOSED NEW ROAD.—At a meeting of the Highways Committee, it was decided to apply to the Local Government Board for sanction to purchase land for the purpose of making a new srreet leading from Cadnant Park through Bodafon Gardens to the Town Mountain, at a cost of [180. and also that the estimate of the Borough Surveyor be approved, and that further application be made to the Board for sanction to a loan of £ 700 for the carrying out of the works and the purchase of the necessary land. This was adopted by the Council at its meeting on Wednesday. THE CAMP.—On June 3rd, the Denbighshire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry, who are making a tour of North Whales camping grounds, will visit Conway, and the Corporation have decided to place the necessary land at their disposal. GAS SUPPLY.—The Gas Manager (Mr. Dixon) reported to the Council meeting yesterday that from March 31St, 1909, to January 25th, IglO, 18,892,000 cubic feet of gas were made, being an increase of 1,927,000 on the corresponding period for last year. From December 25th, 1909, to January 2 5th this year, 2,632,000 cubic feet were made, an increase on the corresponding month of 382,000 cubic feet. The gas made per ton of coal amounted to 10,743 cubic feet. Since the last meeting of the Lighting Committee, forty services, forty-five meters, together with fifty-five cookers had been connected to the mains. ILLNESS.—There is a great deal of illness in the town, and at the Corporation meeting yester- day there were only seven members present, the Mayor remarking that there was the smallest attendance he had seen since he had been a member of the Council. Apologies for inability to attend through illness were read from Alder- man R. Arthur Prichard, Councillors James Porter, J. E. Conway Jones, A. G. Rogers, and A. J. Oldman. MALICIOUS DAMAGE.—After the recent fire in Castle-street, the Fire Brigade put out lengths of hose to dry outside the Fire Station, and the Chief Officer reported to the Corporation meeting yesterday that on the evening of the 14th January, some person had cut the brass connections from a length of hose which was hanging on the carriage stand. It was decided to prosecute the person for wilful and malicious damage, if the police were able to locate the offender. GYFFIN ROAD FOOTPATH. At th meeting of the Corporation yesterday (Wednes- day), it was unanimously resolved that the terms offered by Mr Albert Wood for the land necessary to form the Gyffin-road footpath, viz. ioo and to compensate the tenants for the walls, gardens, &c., be accepted. A letter from Mr Thornton Jones as to costs was deferred for the Town Clerk to obtain further information. THE RIFLE RANGE.—The Borough Engineer having reported to the Corporation that the banks of the rifle range are practically destroyed and require re-turfmg, it has been decided to appoint a committee to visit the range at an earlv date. committee to visit the range at an earlv date. A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS.- The past week has been one of accidents in the town. On Thursday, Mr. Richard Ley, of the Bottling Stores on the Quay, met with a miraculous escape from serious injury. He was driving a horse attached to a lurry laden with boxes from the Quay through the archway, when boxes on which the driver was sitting overturned and threw Mr. Ley off the lurry. He was thrown against the wall, and fell to the ground fortunately the horse went on its way, and he escaped being run over by a very lew inches. Assistance was soon at hand, but Mr. Ley was able to proceed on his journey, although he had received a somewhat severe shaking. On Friday the roads were covered with a layer of ice, and numerous accidents took place. The most serious were those to Messrs Walter Gates, Mount Pleasant, and John Roberts, a carter in the employ of the Corporation. The former was proceeding to his work on the railway down Town Ditch, when he slipped and came heavily to the ground. He lay there unconscious until a passer-by came along, and he was immediately taken home, and medically attended. Later in the day, Mr John Roberts slipped Oil the ice near the Free Library and sustained a serious injury to his arm, which has necessitated him keeping to the house for some days. Mr Owen Williams, a dairyman, also met with an accident in Upper Gate-street. He slipped, and the cans of milk that he was carrying overturned. Mr Williams, fortunately, escaped injury. On Monday, a horse belonging to Mr D. Williams, a Glan Conway farmer, fell under a heavy load in Castle-street. The incident caused a large crowd to collect, but before many minutes the animal was released from its unpleasant position.
GYFFIN. SOAR WESLEYAN CHAPEL.-Services for next Sunday ;-10 a.m, Mr. Thomas Davies, Llan- dudno 6 p.m., Mr. J. O. Hughes.
TREFRIW. SALE.—Messrs. Blackwall, Hayes, and Co., conducted a sale by auction at the Blodwen Stores, of the shop effects. PERSONAL.—Mr. Hugh J. Thomas, Bee Hive, is leaving shortly for Spain.
LLANDUDNO. TRIAL BY JURY."—Under the patronage of the nobility and elite of the district, a most successful performance was given in the Grand Theatre on Wednesday evening in aid of the funds of the St. Paul's Church House, by a number of well-known amateurs and friends. The work selected was Gilbert and Sullivan's opera Trial by Jury," which was preceded by Gilbert Howard's two-act comedy, Old Martha," both of which were very well pre- sented, and, judging from the reception ac- corded the performers by the audience, were thoroughly enjoyed. The duties of musical di- rector and conductor were ably carried out by Mr. L. H. Summerfield, while both plays were produced under the stage direction of Mr. F. Bowyer. The principal characters in Old Martha" were as follows: Martha, Miss Currie; Jane Box, Miss N. Margetts; Monica, Mrs. J. Mcintosh; Squire, Mr. M. Barnett; Curate, Mr F. Bowyer. In Trial by Jury the caste was as follows :-The Learned Judge, Mr. George Chase, jun. the plaintiff, Miss E. Underwood the defendant, Mr. C. W. Brown counsel for the plaintiff, Mr H. Williams; usher, Mr. Jack Roberts; foreman of the jury, Mr. C. H. Bevan associate, Mr. J. Winter; first bridesmaid, Miss F. Balshaw, while the following acted as a chorus of bridesmaids, jury, and public:—Mesdames 1. Allnutt, M. Butler, K. Clayton, L. Elliott, L. Hughes, R. Helstrip, M. Hilton, L. Jones, G. Jones, E. Merchant, E. Parkinson, K. Pemberton, E. Powell, E. Reading, M. Reading, N. Roberts, E. Roberts, C. Roberts, N. Sewell, G. Timms, A. Udale, M. Underwood, M. Woodcock, H. Webb, L. Watkins; Messrs A. C. Axtell, A. Bellis, T. Bevan, F. Bowyer, F. Chandler, J. W. Clough, J. Cheetham, C. H. Elliott, J. Jones, L. Sutton-Jones, T. Lysons, A. J. S. Merchant, F. Mudd, A. J. Peacock, W. Sewell, A. Temple, F. Webb, B. Watkins. The musical portion of the programme was pro- vided by an orchestra, of which the following were the mexnbers: -First violins, Madame Claxton Jones (Leader), Mr. F. W. Bell R.A.M., Mr. L. A. Cocker; second violins, Miss M. F. Bone, Miss fai Williams; violas, lr. R. J. Williams and Mr. D. Trehearne; violoncellos, Mr. P. Jones, M.A., Aled Williams contra-bass, Mr. W. T. Ward clar- inet, Mr. A. Mohr; trumpet, lr. Boyce; trom- bone, Mr. W. R. Brookes bass drum, triangle, &c., Mr. Kohl piano, Mrs. H. Williams. ALTERATIONS.—Messrs. W. S. Williams are having considerable alterations and exten- sions made to the interior of their general drapery establishment in Mostyn-street, prepara- tory to showing their new stock of spring goods. ACCIDENT.—An accident which might have been attended by very serious consequences took place on Tuesday afternoon at the junction of Trinity-street and Mostyn-street. Dr. Goody, a we 11-known local practitioner, was proceeding up Mostyn-street in his motor-car, when at the spot mentioned he collided with one of the electric cars, the result bein- that one of the wheels of his car was completely smashed and the car otherwise damaged, while the electric car itself received some damage. Fortunately no personal injuries were received. GRAND THEATRE.—It is understood that the bookings for the coming season at the Grand Theatre will be quite equal to any preceding years, and our readers will be glad to learn that Mr. Martin Harvey will a return visit during August, while Our Miss Gibbs," which was a favourite last year, has been re-booked, and the great success of the London season, The Arcadians," will be staged. W ESLEY GUILD.—The last meeting of the Guild was of a devotional character, presided over by Mr. W. Shadbolt, and papers on Prayer were read by Mr. E. Bloomer nad lr. E. Davies. Mr Bloomer referred to/the ob- jections to prayer KI God and my neighbour," and then went on to deal with the influence prayer had on the work of God, principally in revivals. He quoted several remarkable answers to prayer. He also pointed out how natural it was for men to pray, citing the heathen of modern times and the Athenians in Paul's day. Mr. Davies spoke of the dangers of printed prayer, with which he grouped prayers learned by heart; he said they were apt to become mechanical. Then he spoke of extempore prayer, which he considered more natural, sin- cere, and effective. He laid stress on the need for public and private prayer, and then went on to speak of cases where bodily ailments were cured through prayer. Incidentally he remarked that men ought to use all lawful means to cure the body, as medicine, &c., but to pray as well. During the evening Miss Rowlands sang a solo, There is a green hill far away." Miss Homan presided at the piano. The roll call was con- ducted by Mr. Cedric Smith. WEDDI-NG.-The marriage was solemnised at the Parish Church, Llanrhos, by the Rector, on Monday, of Mr. Wilham Hughes, of Mount Gerald, Llandudno, and son of Mr. Samuel Hughes, the respected secretary of the Pier, and Miss Daisy Daley, of Llandudno and Stratford- on-Avon. The best man was Mr. Arthur Temple, while Miss Baldwin, of Stratford-on- Avon, acted as bridesmaid. Both the contract- ing parties are well known in Llandudno, a were the recipients of numerous tokens of esteem from their many friends. A BLOODLESS BATTLE.—It is gratifying to record that, notwithstanding the amount of feeling which has been aroused in many places in connection with the recent election, the pro- ceedings in Llandudno were of a most orderly character and reflect greatly to the credit on all concerned. It is understood that not one single case of damage or disorder was reported to the police. THE PIER AND PAVILION.—The numer- ous piles for strengthening the jetty at the Pier Head have now been put down, and ..the work is nearing completion. Those visiting the Pa- vilion, which will be open at Easter as usual, will notice a great improvement in the interior of the building, where, in order to add to the seating accommodation, the gallery has been thrown out several feet from the back towards the centre of the hall. MARRIAGE.—His many friends in Llan. dudno will extend their congratulations to their esteemed townsman, Mr. R. C. Baxter, of Mostyn-street and Craigydon, who was married on Monday last to Miss May Lewis, of Wick, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire.
DEGANWY. I THE LEVEL CROSSING.—At the Corpora- tion meeting, on Wednesday, a letter was read from the General Manager of the L. & N.W. Railway Company stating that he had inquired into the matter of the level crossing gates at Deganwy and found that it had been the j practice for many years past to lock the gates y from 8 p.m. on Sunday to 6 a.m. on Monday, and this appeared to have met the public con- venience, and the present was the first complaint he had heard of. As it appeared it would be a convenience if the gates were kept open longer, arrangements were being made whereby the gatemen would be in attendance at the crossing continuously day and night, week days and Sundays. It was decided to thank the Railway Company for the prompt and considerate way they had dealt with the matter. STATION ROAD.—Mr. Hamer, Deganwy, has written to the Corporation making certain suggestions with reference to Station-road, and the Highways Committee have instructed the Borough Surveyor to write to Mr. Hamer stating that the Committee will keep the matter before them. IM PROVE M E N T AS SO CI AT ION .—Messrs. Henry Jones and Bulkeley Holmes attended the Committee of the Corporation on behalf of the above Association to discuss the question of advertising for next season. Several suggestions were made to the deputation by members of the Committee, who promised to submit the same to their Association, and to confer further with the Committee. As the proposals of the North Wales Advertising Board had not been settled, it was felt that it was inadvisable at present to decide and adopt finally any schemes by the Committee and Association for the advertising of the district.
I L 7 I 11 v INSURANCE- —^ FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT, BURGLARY, &c. ASSETS EXCEED 911,000,000. For particulars apply to the Head Office, 1, DALE STREET, LIVERPOOL. II Applications for Agencies
LLANRWST. following will be tbe preachers for next Sundav Parish Church Rev. J. Hamer Lewis. Rector. St. Mary's (Eng.): Rector. Rev. J. Hamer Lewis. Zion (C.M.): Rev. William Thomas. Scotland Street (C.M) Rev. R. Rowlands. Horeb(W.): Mr. R. T. Roberts, Llanrwst. St. James' (W.) (Eng.): Rev. Silas Jones. Colwyn. Tabernacle (C.) Prayer Meeting. Rev. W. Cynwyd Williams. Ebenezer(C.) (Mission): Sunday School. Services. Penuel (B.): Rev. R. Parri Roberts, Bodedern. WHIST DRIVE.—A successful whist drive was held at the Church House on Thursday evening, when 52 players attended. The M.C.'s I were Messrs. T. Latimer Jones, F. A. Charlton, and f. Williams. The sucoessful players were —Ladies: 1st, Mrs. Darbyshire (174); 2nd, Miss Mvfanwy Thomas (168). Gentlemen: 1st, a tie between Messrs. J. D. Jones, Trefriw, and T. I Wynne Williams, Tan Lan (175). The refresh- ments were in charge of Mrs. and Miss Williams, Carrington terrace. FREE BREAKFASTS.—The free breakfasts were commenced on Monday, and were gladly welcomed by over a hundred children. There certainly never was a time in the history of this little town when the need of these warm meals was more real, and the committee are to be con- gratulated for opening the doors at such an oppor- tune time. HOREB LITERARY SOCIETY.—Mr. Car- adog Mills presided at the weekly meeting of this society on Monday evening, the subject under discussion being Would Tariff Reform be of advantage to the country ? Mr. W. H. Roberts opened in the negative, and Mr. A. Owen in the affirmative. The following mem- bers also spoke :-lessrs. A. Morley Jones, D. Hughes, L. Skilicorn, J. Roberts, D. Jones, and the Chairman. The negative was carried by a majority of three. FUNERAL.—The funeral of the late Miss. Roberts, of Bryn, took place at Zion Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. The Rev. William Thomas officiated. The chief mourners were Miss Roberts, Grosvenor House Mr. E. Ro- berts, Bryn Mrs. Williams, Warrington the Misses Roberts, Colwyn. Among the general mourners were Messrs. John Blackwall, T. Rogers Jones, W. J. Roberts, J. Roberts, Cae Melwr R. Parry, Bodiddon, Bettws-y-Coed Owen Owens, Maes Garnedd G. R. Jones, Bod Eifion. Floral tributes were sent by Miss Hughes, Bir- mingham Mrs. Roberts, Cartrefle Mrs. Wil- liams, Warrington, and others. TABERNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY.— The weekly meeting of this society took the form of a social, when a supper was provided by the adult ladies of the congregation, after which an excellent entertainment, presided over by Mr. Williams, Pant y Carw, was enjoyed. The fol- lowing took part:—Miss H. M. Hughes, Miss Ro- berts (Victoria-terrace), Miss Berry, Miss Lizzie Hughes, Mrs. Jones (Liverpool House), Messrs. L. M. Hughes, R. Ellis, A. Williams, and Row- land Williams. A recitation was given by Mrs. Lloyd. For the best impromptu speech on Mr Lloyd George," the prize was won by Miss Nancy Jones, George-street. The accompanists were Mr. Ivor Pryce Williams and Mrs. Jones.
PENMAENMAWR. DISTRICT NURSING FUND.—The. enter- tain.mernt given in aid of the District Nursing Fund resulted in a balance of [13 2s. 6d., which has been handed over to the secretary. The sale of tickets realised £26 5s. 6d., and the expenses amounted to £13 2s. 6d. The Nursing Committee thank all those who so kindly gave their help and support, on the occasion of the entertainment. POLICE CHANGES.—P.C. Jones left Pen. maenmawx this week, and will take up his re- sidence in the Metropolis for a short time, where he will undergo special training in connection with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. His place at Peninaenmawr will be filled by P.C. Hughes, a Llandudno officer, who previously served at Taiybont when the aluminium works were in full swing, and also at Conway. P.C. Hughes has already made himself a popular officer in the Carnar- vonshire force. THE MAILS.—The contract for the carrying of the Post-office mails between Llanfairfechan, I Penmaenmawr, and Conway has been let to Mr. 1'. H. McClement, Penmaenmawr. VITAL STATISTICS.—The Medical Officer 'I of Health (Dr. G. Lewis Travis) reported at the Council meeting on Tuesday that during the month of December there were two births and one death, giving a death-rate of 2.7 per 1,000 of the population, as against six births and three deaths for the corresponding period last year. During January, however, there were 7 j births and 10 deaths. ADDITIONAL COUNTY COUNCILLOR.— I The inquiry by the Local Government Board I into the proposed additional county councillor for Fenmaenmawr has been fixed for Tuesday, Sth February, at the Council Offices. MINES AND QUARRIES.—At the meeting of the local Council, on Tuesday, a letter was read irom the Office of Woods stating that a re-arrangement of the duties hitherto performed by the Crown local mine agent had been made. Mr. R. O. Roberts would continue to perform a certain portion of the duties, including the obtaining and checking with the booiks of the lessees all mine and quarry Royalty accounts, and would continue to visit the mines and quarries in the district, but Mr. Bowen Jones, C.E., Carnarvon, would advise the Department on all technical maltteirs connected with the mines and quarries, and would also visit them from time to time on behalf of the Crown. OBITUARY.—The death took place last week of Mrs. Catherine Brandt, 10, Crimea-terrace, at the early age of -in years. The deceased was very popular amongst a large circle of friends. The funeral took place on Thursday last at the Cemetery, the Dev. D. Rowlands Rowe, St. Paul's Wesleyan minister, officiating. On Mon- day night, Mrs. Lunt, 3, Penmaen Isa', at the age of 40 years, passed away. She was very highly respected by all who came in contact with her. She leaves a husband and family to mourn her loss. The funeral takes place at the Dwygyfylchi Cemetery to-day (Thursday). -AIR. WILLIAM JONES, M.P.—As previous- ly reported, there was great rejoicing in Pen- maenmawr when it was made known that Mr. William Jones haa increased his Liberal major- ity over Mr. Arthur E. Hughes, the Conservative nominee. A torchlight procession was formed, and, headed by a brake drawn by a number of quarrymen, it paraded all the principal streets of the village. Out of a total electorate of 703, j the excellent number of 638 recorded their votes. Practically every voter who was within reach went through the polling booth, with the result that in Penmaenmawr alone Air. William Jones had a clear majoriy over his opponent of 364.