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CONWAY. YOUR UMBRELLA re-covered as new with the famous Gloria cover, from JJ. 6d. post free.—Walker, Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Lancaster-square, Conway.[193 JOHN M'GILP, practical watchmaker and jeweller. Watches, clocks, jewellery, spectacles, and silver-plate repaired. Ad- dress: High-street, Conway. 1573 A GOOD PLACE FOR BOOTS—For the best and cheapest of ail classes of boots and shoes, go to Joseph Jones, Compton House, Casitle-street, Conway. Best Shop for re- pairs. Agent for K Boots and other best Brands. WINTER REMEDIES.—Hughes' Cream Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites in bottle, is. and (double size) is. iod. Hughes' Almond Skin Cream, the best protection for the skin against Chap- ping and Roughness, 6d. and iod. per jar.— Hughes, Chemist and Optician, Castle-street, Conway. WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. On Wednesday evening the annual competitive meeting of the above was held at the Town Hall under the presidency of Councillor J. W. Hughes, when there was a good attend- ance. A full report and list of prize-winners will appear in our issue of next week. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.—A most promising meeting of the Conway and Dis- trict Horticultural Society was held on Tuesday evening, in the Town Hall, pre- sided over by Mr. Henry Nevitt, Llandudno Junction. The Committee is endeavouring to make this first show in Conway a great success, and it is proposed in addition to the show to have lectures on horticulture during the winter evenings. The Committee is comprised of thirty men engaged in hor- ticulture in a radius of eight miles. Mr. Knott, of Nant-y-Coed, Llandudno June tion, is the President, and Mr. Baugh is Hon. Secretary. It is intended to hold the aibow in August, probably in the Castle. On Tuesday nex, at 7.30, in the Girls' Schoolroom, a paper will be read by Mr. Day, of Bodlondeb, on Horticulture." Members may bring friends with them, and they will be welcomed. The subscription list is most encouraging, and the enthusi- asm in the event is remarkable. The mem- bership fee is 2S. 6d., and all interested in horticulture are invited to join. SOCIAL EVENING.—On Thursday the first meeting of the newly-formed St. John's Literary Society was held in the English Wesleyan Schoolroom, and took the form of a social evening. There was a good at- tendance, despite the inclement weather, and the programme of music and recita- tions was listened to with great enjoy- f ment. Refreshments were provided and gramophone selections given. At the next meeting, on November 17th, a lantern lec- ture on Rome will be given by the Rev. Wm. Mellor. FIRE BRIGADE.—Orders for week end- ing November 21st, x-gio:-Station duty: Firemen D. W. Jones and William Parry, Probationers T. E. Jones and Owen Owens. Officer on duty, Foreman W. H. Jones.— F. A. DELAMOTTE, Chief Officer. LADIES AND TARIFF REFORM.—A meeting of Lady Unionist Tariff Reformers was held at the Constitutional Club on Thursday afternoon, when Mr. John Mad- dick presided over a. good attendance. An .address dealing with the Tariff Reform policy was delivered by Miss Sadler, of the London Central Office of the Women's Unionist and Tariff Reform League. At the conclusion a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the speaker, on the motion of Mr. R. O. Pritchard, seconded by Mr. G. H. P. Lee. We understand that a local branch of the league is to be formed, and Mrs. Porter, Muriau, has undertaken the duties of sec- retary. CHURCH MEN'S GUILD.—The first meeting of the winter session was held by the members of the Church Men's Guild at the Boys' School yesterday (Wednesday) evening, when there was a good attendance. The Guild promises to be as great a suc- cess this year as it was last, and an inter- esting syllabus is being arranged. SEION LITERARY SOCIETY.—The President (Rev. J. Luther Thomas) presided over the weekly meeting on Monday even- ing, when there was a good attendance. An interesting discussion took place on the subject, The needs of the Church at the present day." Mr. Hugh Roberts upheld devotion as the most urgent need of the Church, and Mr. Joseph Thomas upheld discipline." Messrs. J. A. Lloyd, B. Menai Francis, E. R. Davies and Robert Owen, and Miss A. J. C. Jones also spoke. CARMEL LITERARY SOCIETY.—The members of the above Society held their opening meeting of the winter session, when Mr. Gwilym Hughes (Bryn Morfa) presided over a good attendance. Dr. Lloyd Wil- liams, of Bangor, delivered an interesting lecture, the subject of which was The Secret of Plant Life." A vote of thanks to the lecturer was proposed by the Rev. T. Gwynedd Roberts and seconded by Mr. ierce Edwards. Next Monday night a inock Parliament" is to be held. WHIST DR IVES.—The whist drives at the Conservative Club will re-commence for the winter session on Monday evening, at 7.30. The arrangements are in the hands of Messrs. A. S. Allen, D. G. Walker, and R. O. Pritchard.







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