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nP Ni » ■ TUZE ))) SUNDAY SCHOOL TTNTON SI ifg JwMrea t <" JL JL. JL J<L. „„„ M,„,„ V OF BRITISH MANUFACTURE AUTUMN LIST OF NEW BOOKS. í O/f THE GOLDEN BOOK OF O jC THE GIRLS of the BIBLE. | £ CUBBY HOLE YARNS, HHDHHHI T^e Home, The Church, I O/O YOUTH- Noble Deeds «/" By FLORENCE BONE. Author of */0 and other Stories. By |>Vi I net. Of Boys Alld Girls. By AMY B. nef# A Rose of York," "The Mysterious A. L. HAYDON, Author of "The V if Iffiliilmr' S rpf Oil G^rNE c^lopaed'a'" ^c^IMus^r'a^d6 Treasure," &c. Book of the V.C." "The Medland r,| ||y lHC SCllOOl The Chief Scout, Lt.-General Sir R. S. S. 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LLANDUDNO. SHOP ASSISTANTS PLEASURING.— At the Dorothy Cafe last night (Wednesday) there was a merry party of shop assistants engaged in a whist drive, which was much enjoyed. CRAIGYDON MUTUAL IMPROVE- j MENT SOCIETY.—Last night (Wednesday) a whist drive in connection with the Craigy- don Mutnal Improvement Society, was held at headquarters and was a success. JUNIOR CUP TIE.—On Saturday Dol- wyddelen football club will engage the Llan- dudno Amateurs' Reserves in a Junior cup tie on the Council Field. The Reserves are making a bold bid for the cup this season. REMEMBERING THE CHILDREN.— The Sundav School scholars of the three Welsh Baptist churches—Tabernacle, Salem, and Horeb—will be entertained to-day (Thursclav) to tea at the Town Hall, and at six o clock they will be taken to the Pier Bioscope entertainment. THE AMATEURS FOR RHYL.—On Saturday, the Amateurs football club journey to Rhyl to engage the senior team of that town in a Welsh cup tie. Should the weather prove favourable, it is expected that a large number of supporters will accompany the players in consequence of their excellent win -■«siJ^<Elft £ £ or on Saturday last, Cheap book- be issued. gHlLDREN'S CLUBS.—Last week the s clothing clubs in connection with Welsh Baptist Churches distributed the ney to the depositors. The amount of ,t j £ 200 was shared, which will prove a H^^jooo to many children at this season of the W*S9&- v WELSH BAPTISTS TEA PARTY AND p, "tONCERT.-The annual tea party and enter- .inment in connection with the Tabernacle itiaptists was held yesterday (Wednesday) r: tfche Town Hall, and was, as usual, a suc- cesS. A large number ot people sat down to tèa the tables being daintily arranged by V ite? lady workers of the church. Atter tea t ^oncert and entertainment was held, pre- -ø Ji fit sided over by Mr. T. Thomas, Cilgerran. The hall was crowded. The first part of the event was a lantern exhibition by Mr. A. H. Hughes, Rochester House, assisted by Mr. William Owen. Gramaphone selections were given by Mr. George H. Edwards, and songs by Mr. Will Roberts, Mr. John Roberts, Mrs. Ord Charter, and a recitation by Mr. Ernest Davies. Mr. J. Ord Charter, M.A., was the accompanist. THE RECTOR IN PALESTINE.—The Rev. Ll. R. Hughes has arrived in the Holy Land on a holiday. On Wednesday last he was in Jerusalem, and since then he has been to Jaffa and to other places of Biblical in- terest. He is expected to return at the end of this month. LITERARY AN3 DEBATING SOCIE- TIES.- Secretarl*es of these and similar socie- ties would greatly oblige by sending short reports of their meetings to the offices j of the Weekly Nezes, Colwyn Bay. To en- sure insertion, it is essential that the reports should be in hand not later than Tuesday morning. CHILDREN'S OPERETTA.—Mr. Alec. Taylor, of the Sub-Post Office, Gloddaeth- street, has a wonderful charm in training children, and several proofs of his genius in this way have been presented to the public. He has decided to train children in the delightful fairy opera, Cinderella and the Prince." The first rehearsal took place on Friday evening in Christ Church Schoolroom. ILLNESS OF THE REV. D. GWYN. FRYN JONES.—The many friends-and they are legion—of the Rev. D. Gwynfryn Jones, the recent popular minister of the new Ebenezer Chapel in this town, and now of Barmouth, will regret to learn that he lies ill in a Liverpool hospital. It is understood that the reverend gentleman has successfully undergone an operation. We wish him a speedy recovery. • co BOKEN EARTHENWARE."—This i Harold Begbie's new book. The Rev. William Phillips, M.A., pastor of the English Presbyterian Church, preached on Sunday evening, and made several refer- ences to the work. Mr. Phillips has made a name for himself for originality of purpose and method in his discourses. The congre- gation was large and interested. THE UNEMPLOYED.—Mr. Ernest E. Bone, J.P., Chairman of the Urban District Council, makes a timely appeal to those who are able to help in giving work to the unemployed at this period of the year. We understand several have responded to his appeal, and some men have been taken on by the Council. It will be impossible to proceed with the sewerage extension scheme, which will give much employment, for some time. THE ST. TUDNO SILVER BAND.— THE ST. TUDNO SILVER BAND.— Under the training of Mr. F. Lucio Traversi, the newly-appointed bandmaster, the St. Tudno's Silver Band is making good pro gress, and it is hoped to make the musical combination worthy of the town. The in struments are costly, and general satisfac- tion is felt that the Urban District Council has undertaken the revival of the band. On Saturday the members, with their new conductor, paraded the town and afforded great pleasure. THE MIKADO AT THE GRAND.— There was a large house at the Grand Theatre on Thursday evening to greet the Colwyn Bay Amateurs and Miss Lena Thomas, their energetic organiser, in The Mikado." The play w-,is sumptuously staged, and the dresses were beautiful. The acting was the best seen during the three nights' production, and the various vocal gems with which Sulli- van's haunting music is studded, were ren- dered with spirit and earnestness. Mr. Thornley-Dodge, as Ko-Ko," Mr. Bird as Pooh-Bah," Mr. William Hughes as Nanki Poo," and Miss Lena Thomas as Katisha," were all very successful in their respective parts. At the close the principals were called before the curtain, and Mr. Thorn- ley-Dodge and Miss Lena Thomas were the recipients of a special demonstration of ap- plause. Mr. Thornley-Dodge, on behalf of Miss Thomas, thanked the audience for the warmth of the reception. They wished the Llandudno Amateur Opera Society every possible success in their forthcoming produc- tion of The Pirates of Penzance," and per- sonally, said Mr. Dodge, he would be pleased to give them every possible assistance that lay in his power, and he intended to break his usual rule of not attending amateur operatic productions by being present. The profits of the performance were in aid of a charity. CYMMRODORION SOCIETY.—A very successful meeting in connection with the formation of a branch of the Cymmrodorion Society, was held on Friday evening in the Carnegie Free Library. The Rev. J. F. Reece, Vicar of Llanrhos, occupied the chair, and there was a crowded attendance. There are two types of Cymmrodorion in Wales, some of whom are not affiliated to the Welsh Association, and others who are affiliated. The object of this meeting was to join the Association. A charming address in the Welsh language was delivered by Mr. L. J. Roberts, His Majesty's Inspector of Schools, explaining the objects of the Society and offering many valuable suggestions. He referred to the success of the Rhyl and Pres- tatyn Societies, and congratulated Llandudno upon having such a fine muster at their first meeting. A resolution to join the Parent Society was passed with enthusiasm, and the following officers were elected :—President, Mr. E. W. Johnson, solicitor Vice-President, Mr. L. J. Roberts, H.M. Inspector of Schools Mr. f. W, Griffith, J.P., Hon. Treasurer; and Mr. Henry Arthur Jones, lion Secretary. With the above the following comprise the committee *-Rev. J. F. Reece (Vicar of Llanrhos), Rev. E. Lumley (Curate of Llan- dudno), Alderman Robert Roberta, J.P., Alderman John Owen (Chairman of the Car narvonshire County Council), Dr. Spinthec James, Messrs. R. Drury, W. Symonds, J. R. Jones (Teganwy), John David Jones (Postmaster), and B. C. Jones. Mr. John D. Jones, the new Postmaster of Llandudno, who was a member of the Carmarthen Branch previous to being promoted to Llan dudno, delivered a delightful address. Other speeches were given in happy vein. The meetings of the Society will be held on the last Friday in each month.
LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR.—A public meeting in connection with the local branch he Young People's Society of Christian Endeavour was held on Friday evening at the English Presbyterian Schoolroom. There was a good attendance of members, and a stirring address was delivered by Mrs. Thos. Lloyd, of Colwyn Bay. The meeting was a success, and a successful season is antici- pated. FORTHCOMING MARRIAGE—A mar- riage has been arranged to take place early in the new year between Mr. W. McKinlay Davies, Llandudno Junction, and Miss Run- ham, of Rhyl. COAST JUNIOR CUP-TIE.—On Satur- day, on the Woodlands Park Enclosure a Coast Junior Cup-tie will be played between the Llandudno Junction Reserves and Blaenau Festiuiog. The match should prove an attractive one, when the excellent form of the locals is taken into consideration, and it is hoped the supporters will turn up in good numbers. TO THE TEMPERANCE CONFER. ENCE.—Mr. Win. Parry, driver, and Mr. Wm. Hughes, station staff, have been ap- pointed as delegates of the local branch of the Railway Temperance Union to attend the annual general conference of the Union to be held in Paddington next Saturday. BAPTIST PREACHING.—The annual preaching meetings in connection with the Horeb Welsh Baptists took place this week. The first meeting was held on Tuesday evening, and the services were continued throughout yesterday (Wednesday). The preachers were the Rev. Peter Williams (Pedr Hir), of Bootle, Liverpool, and the Rev. W. Saunders, of Pontcymmer, South Wales. The preaching was impressive and the congregations large. INDISPOSED—Mr. Joseph Nevitt, 9, Stanley Oak-terrace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nevitt, was taken seriously ill on Sunday morning, and is confined to his bed since. Young Nevitt was with a friend mak- ing a week-end visit to his parents when he was taken suddenly ill. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. WHIST DRIVE.—A successful whist drive was held on Friday evening in the Pensarn National Schools. There was a good attendance. It is intended to have a series of similar entertainments during the winter. FUNERAL.—The funeral took place on Saturday, at Penygroes, of Mr. Jones, Pen- rhos-terrace, whose death was recorded in our last issue. Much sympathy is felt for the widow and family in their bereavement.
PENMAENMAWR. < LANDLADY'S AFFAIRS.-At the Ban- gor Bankruptcy Court, on Thursday, before Mr. Registrar Glvnne Jones, the affairs were investigated of fane Parry, oi the Fairy Glen Hotel, Dwygyfylchi. Her gross liabili- ties were £463, of which £ 437 were expected to rank, the deficiency being set down at Z352. She attributed her failure to bad trade, illness, and heavy expenses She is 29 vears of age, and had been the licensee of the Fairy Glen Hotel, Dwygyfylchi, since October, 1906, that being her nrst business. She started with a capital of £25 and furm- ture worth £5°, and borrowed £10 from the bank. The examination was closed. FOOTBALL.—The following have been chosen to play the Bangor University team in the second round for the Isorth. Wales Junior Cup:-Bob Lloyd; W. E. Hughes and H. Jones; Bob Brown, H. Jones, and Tom Jones; J. W. Lunt, Archie Jones, R. Morris, C. Sloane, and Caleb Williams AMBULANCE.—An ambulance class has been formed here, and Dr. J. R. Williams has promised to give the lectures. Lolone C. H- Darbishire has been elected Presi- dent, and follo^ng offi-^mesTrown^; appointed -Cha-irman, Mr. J Treas Mr fHi T-a^s\nU on Monday mMUTUAL ^IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. -The first sessional meeting was held on Friday evening at Regent House, presided over by Mr. J. Parry. An able paper was read by Mr. R. D. Owen on "Is the British nation progressing? An animated discus- sion followed, to which every member pre- sent contributed. The many-sidedness of the subject gave an opportunity for each one to at least practice the art of public expression. Much satisfaction was felt at the success of the meeting, both in the at- tendance and in the interest aroused. At the next meeting Mr. R. J. Lewis will open a discussion on Denominationalisrn or a Universal Church? PERSONAL.—Mr. W. Morris, chief booking clerk at Penmaenmawr station for the past twelve months, recently married, and this week has been presented with a beautiful table lamp, subscribed for by the station staff and platelayers. Mr. Morris came from the London district, and his wife is also from London. Best wishes are ex- tended to both for their future happiness. DANCING CLASS.—The weekly dancing classes held at the Oxford Hall continue to be well patronised the average attendance being about 50. THE ANDRES.—Mr. and Mrs. Victor Andre have been giving their unique thought-reading entertainment at the Oxford Hall each evening during the first half of this week, and large audiences have at- tended.
GLAN CONWAY. METHODIST MONTHLY MEETING.— To-day (Thursday) the monthly meeting of the Vale of Conway Welsh Methodists will be held in the Bryn Ebenezer Chapel. The special preacher is the Rev. W. Llewelvn Lloyd, of Bethel, Anglesea. DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. —Several valuable donations have been made to this excellent institution, and the efforts of the promoters to provide the ser- vices of a qualified nurse for the village should receive the support of the residents. Printed and Published by R. E. Jones & Rro« at their Printing Wrfks, the Quay, Conway, and Published at the Central L^rary, 8, Station-road,^ Colwyn Bay!