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CONWAY. YOUR UMBRELLA re-covered as new with the famous Gloria cover, from 3s. 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, Conwav. 1^73 A GOOD PLACE FOR POOTS-For the best and cheapest of ail classes of boots and shoes, go to Joseph Jones, Compton House, Castle-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. EIRE BRIGADE.—Orders for week end- ing November 28th, 1910. Station duty: Firemen Robert Evans and Robert W. Parr Piobationers, Edward Roberts and R. Jones. Ollicer on duty, Lieut. Owen Williams.— F A. DELAMoiTE, Chief Officer. TEMPERANCE SUNDAY.—Last Sun- day was Temperance Sunday," but the customary unitea service at the Town Hall was not held, and will probably take place next Sunday. Special references to the subject of tempeiance were made at the various Nonconformist places of worship. THE CHORAL SOCIETY.—The United Choral Society have opened their winter session successfully, and the choir have had several good practices under the able con- ductorship of Mr. J. P. Griffiths (Regent House). The work taken in hand this year is Mendelssohn's "Hvmn of Praise," and also two choruses, Dr. Cowen's Bridal Chorus," and Palm Sunday," a composi- tion of the well known Conway composer, Mr. Josef E. Jones. WHIST DRIVE.—The first of a series of fortnightly whist drives wras held at the Constitutional Club on Monday evening, and proved a most successful and enjoyable function. Mr. Sinclair Allen and Mr. R. O. Pritchard, the co-secretaries of the club, acted as M.C.'s, and there were fourteen tables. The prize winners were:—Ladies: 1, Miss Gladys Jones, the Grosvenor Restaurant consolation, Mrs. Arrowsmith. Gentlemen: i, Mr. A. Hughes (after a tie with Mr. W. J. Jones, which was played off) consolation, Mr. J. T. Parry. Refresh- ments were served during the interval. THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.—A meeting of the Mutual Improvement Asso- ciation, in connection with the newly- formed kionwav and District Horticultural Society, was held on Tuesday evening at the Girls' School, when Mr. H. Nevitt, of Llan- dudno Junction, presided over a good attendance. An interesting and instructive paper dealing with the subject of horti- culture generally was lead by Mr. Day, head gardener at Bodlondeb, and a discus- sion followed, when Mr. W. A. Coates, F.R.H.S., Glan Conway, and Mr. White, Woodlands, and others spoke. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr. Day for his address, or: the motion of Mr. Steven- son, seconded by Mr. White. CENIIADAETH Y PARCH. R. B. JONES.—Edrychai Fglwysi Rhyddion Con- wy a'r cylch ymlaen yn awyddus at ddvfod- iad y cenhadwr hwn i'w plith. Mae'r amser wedi dod, a'r genhadaeth wedi dechreu. Yr amcan rnewn golwg yw dyfnhau y bym-yd ysprydol yn yr eglwvsi. Lletara y cenhad- wr gyda dylanwad a nerth argyhoeddiad dwfn. Yn ei anerchiadau arweinia feddwl y gynulleidfa at wirioneddau sylfanol Crist- lonogaeth—y rhai ydynt wirioneddau han- fodol y bywyd Cristionogol. Cynhelir cyf- arfod gweddi bob dydd am dri o'r gloch y prydnawn. Disgw/liwn bethau mawrion oddi wrth v genhadaeth. DEATH OF MISS SCOTT.—Another in. teresting personality associated with the religious and philanthropic life of Conway has been called away by the death of Miss Scott, who was laid to lest in the cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. Miss Scott, who resided with her parents, the late Dr. and Mrs. Scott, for many years at Bryn, was an exceedingly benevolent and highly re- spected ladv, and a most zealous Church worker. Ajout three or four years ago she left Cor.way to reside at her brother's home near Denbigh, and it was there she passed away. The body was brought to Conway by the mid-day train and was accompanied by a large number of mourners and friends, among whom were the Rector and Curate of Denbigh ,and a number of pro- minent Conwav residents were present to witness the last rites, prominent among them being Councillor Dr. R. Arthur Prichard, J.P., C.C. The officiating clergy were the Revs. J. W. Roberts (Vicar) and John Davies (Curate). There was a very large number of wreaths and other floral tributes. SEION LITERARY SOCIETY.—A meet- ing was held on Monday evening, when Mr. J. A Lloyd presided over a good attend- ance. Three interesting papers were read dealing with the Biblical characters, "Paul," "John," and "James," by Miss Gay Ro- berts, Mr. Richard Owen, and Mr. John Thomas Jones respectively. Mr. Joseph Thomas, Mr. A. Griffiths, Rev. J. Lather Thomas, Mr. Cox. and Mr. J. P. Griffiths also spoke.