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PENMAENMAWR. PENMAENMAWR. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD IN- QUIRY.—Yesterday (Wednesday) morning, a Local Government Board inquiry was held in the Council offices by Mr. A. A. G. Malet. M.I.C.E., into the application of the Council lor power to borrow [woo for the provision of a recreation ground at Dwygyfylchi. There were present the Chairman ot the Council (Mr. 1'. H. McClementi, Councillors Dr. J. R. Wil- liams, F. D. Chantrey, and R. D. Jones, Messrs W. F. Helby, E. F. Todd, H. R. Williams and the Rev. J. Rowlands; with the Deputy Clerk (Mr. J. W. Post;, the Surveyor (Mr. R. John Hughes) and others. Mr. J. W. Post gave the usual statis- tics, adding that the total indebtedness of the Council up to March 31st, 1910, was Z26,463, and the debt on the waterworks under the Local Act ;69,898, and under the Sanitary Act £ 16,565. The Chairman, Dr. J. R. Williams, Messrs. Helby and Todd spoke in favour of the ap- plication, each of them pointing out the bene- fits of the scheme, and the need for it, in order to be able to compete with other water- in-places. Councillor R. D. Jones spoke in opposition. After a vote of thanks to the In- spector, the inquiry was closed, and an in- spection was made of the recreation ground. TERRITORIALS.—Lance-Sergts. E. H. Evans and E. H. Jones have returned from the School of Musketry -it Hythe, having success- fully passed their examinations. The Territorial year ends on the 31st October as regards drills, musketry and general efficiency, and the com- pany will afterwards be open to recruits. It is hoped that a good number will join, as there are numerous special functions to take place next year in which the Battalion will take a prominent part. ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY.—This Society has been re-formed with Mr. L. F. Bartle as conductor and Mr. A. G. Davies as secretary. HARVEST THANKSGIVING.—Thanksgiv- ing services were held in the English Pres- byterian Chapel on Monday night, when a special sermon was preached by the Rev. Gwilym H. Evans, B.A., Menai Bridge. PREACHING MEETINGS.—The" annual preaching meetings in connection with the Bap- tists were held on Tuesday night and through- out yesterday (Wednesday), the special preach- ers being the Rev. Mr. Lloyd, Holyhead. and the Rev. J. Bowen. Pembroke. JERUSALEM CHAPEL.-Tha collections towards the debt on this chapel on harvest thanksgiving day amounted to £ 110. We are also informed that Mrs. Jones, Gwysfa, who lent ZSoo when the chapel was being erected, has transferred this sum towards the debt. The Chapel was erected at a cost of /ooo, and the debt remaining now amounts to ^4,000. FOOTBALL-For the Junior Cup against Llanfairfechan, on Saturday, on the Groes- ffordd field, the following have been selected to represent Penmaenmawr ;-J. Jones; W. E. Hughes and Hugh Jones; R. Brown, Caleb Williams, and Thomas Jones; J. W. Lunt, Llewelyn Roberts, R. Morris, C. Gloare, and A. G. Jones. NIGHT SC HOOLS.—The night schools under the auspices of the Education Committee com- menced on Tuesday at the Council Schools, and were well attended. AN EARNEST PLEA.-An earnest plea was put forward at Liverpool on Monday bv Mr. W. Bezant Lowe, of Llanfairfechan", for the I'! cation of a strong public opinion to bring pressure to bear upon the quarrying company concerned with a view of the preservation of the summit of a mountain at Penmaenmawr. Complaints were made that both at Penmaen- mawr and in other parts of Wales by reason of mining and quarrying operations many valu- able historical relics and landmarks are being destroyed. The occasion was the annual meeting of the Liverpool Committee for Ex- (vatjoJ1 and Research in Wales and the Marches.




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