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TREFRIW. BLODWEN STORES, TREFRIW.—The righl place for good work, call or drop a card to William Keen, Plumber. Glazier, h. and c. water Engineer, Sanitary Work done, Electric Bell, fixed. Jobbing punctually attended to. PARISH COUNCIL.—A meeting of the Parish Council was held on Friday, the Rev. Henry Jones presiding. There were also present Messrs. Chas. Adamson, David Ro- berts, Robert Evans, and Dr. W. M. Wil- liams with the Clerk (Mr. R. E. Thomas). —A vote of sympathy was passed with the widow and family of the late Mr. William Owen, Guilder Rose.—Some discussion took place respecting the condition of the lire hose, and it was decided to repair the same, and also procure estimates for a hand-cart for the purpose of conveying the hose.-A letter was read from Mrs. Hannah Jones complaining against the proposed site for public convenience, stating that the same would be detrimental to her business pre- mises.-iric Clerk explained that so far no site had been decided upon. Several had been mentioned but none chosen.—Mr. Robert Evans reported that stiles had been had been placed on the Cop and also on the footpath near the Anchor Farm, and that also the bridge across the brook near the Quay had been repaired.—The report was adopted, and the Footpath Committee was appointed to inspect the various footpaths and to re- port the same at the next meeting.—This Committee was also delegated to visit the Fairy Falls Bridge and obtain estimates of the cost of repairing the same.—Two pre- cepts were adopted, namely. £26 15s. 5d. to the Burial Board, and (20 towards local ex- penses.—The Clerk reported a credit balance on the lighting account of /55 15s. 5d. and /13 10s. 7d. on the Recreation Ground ac- count.-Tlie Clerk reported that there was a vacancy on the Council caused bv the death of the late Mr. William Owen, and the matter was left over to the next meeting. CONCERT.—A concert of a high standard was held at the Public Hall on Monday evening. The Chairman was Mr. J. D. Jones, solicitor, Llanrwst, the conductor being Mr. R. G. Owen, Llanrwst. The vocalists were Mrs. Kerry, Llanrwst; Mr. Evan Lewis, Capel Curig; Mi. Felix Davies, Bangor, and the Misses Morris, Tanygraig, Trefriw, who also contributed an instru- mental duet. Recitations were given by Mr. John Evans, Roewen. The accompanist was Mrs. J. M. Williams, Gwynfa, Llanrwst. The proceeds were in aid of Ebenezer Chapel Rand of Hope. F AIR.-The annual fair was held on Monday in unfavourable weather. SUPPER.—Mrs. Pickford, of the Hydro, with her customary generosity, invited all her employees to supper on Saturday even- ing (Guy Fawkes night). After supper the company were further amused with fire- works, etc. PENIEL.—The opening session in con- nection with Peuiel Literary Society was held on Thursday evening, the Rev. Evan Davies presiding, when the well known bara Bryfdir addressed the members, taking as his subject a sermon with the bards." EBENEZER LITERARY SOCIETY.— The question at issue at the last meeting was one of considerable interest, and gave room for any amount of discussion, namely, which makes the best wife, the thrifty and Lazv, or the industrious and extravagant?" The openers were Mr. Edward Williams, Uwchydon (supported by Mr. John Evans, Rose Cottage), and Mr. Richard Jones, Tre Alaw (supported by Mr. John Evans, Tany- fedw). Others who spoke were Messrs. Samuel Hughes, David Roberts, William Williams, T. R. William-, and William Ro- bes.. On a vot-o being taken, a large majority was found on the side of the industrious although extravagant."


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