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COLWYN. BROTHERHOOD TEMPERANCE SUN- DAY.—There were over eighty members present at the Brotherhood meeting on Sunday afternoon, which was devoted to temperance. Captain Treleaven occupied the chair. The lesson was read by Mr. T. R. Griffiths and the prayer by Mr. Abel Williams. Mrs. Jessie Walker, who con- ducted a temper-ince mission at Colwyn Bay last week gave a splendid address. At the close of the meet ng eleven members signed the pledge. The singing was led by the neNly-fonned band, conducted by Mr. H Jones, and is much improved and was in- spiring. TEMPERANCE RE-UNION.—After the evening service at the Hebron C.M. Chapel on Sunday a special temperance meeting was held, when there was a large attend- ance from the respective Free Churches An inspiring address was delivered by Mrs. Jessie Walker, the well-known temperance orator, under the presidency of the Rev. Thomas Frimston. GAS EXPLOSION.—On Monday evening, about eight o'clock, a gas explosion occurred at the Ship Hotel, which did considerable damage to a sitting room, blowing down the partition dividing that room from the ad- jacent one. Fortunately no one was in the room at the time of the occurrence. The Fire Brigade, under the command of Capt. Roberts, were summoned, and an irspection was made of the premises and everything left safe.

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LLANFAIR TALHAIARN.

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COLWYN BAY.

COLWYN BAY.