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BETTWSYCOED. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS AT BETTWSYCOED. I For the week ending Saturday, Nov. 12th.— Mean Maximum (in Shade) 46^5 Mean Minimum (in Shade) 13 Highest in Shade SO Lowest in S^aae 30 Maximum in the Sun — Lowest on the grass. 29 Bright Sunshine io'8 hrs. Mean amount of Cloud 60*7 percent. Observer—DR. HUGH WATSON rox. TRANSFER.—At the Petty Sessions, on Saturday, before Col. Johnstone and Mr. L. W. Jelf Petit, the transfer of the grocer's licence at Llys Caradoc, from the late Mr. R. Rawlinson to his widow, Mrs. Dinah Rawlinson, was granted. I'he application was made by Mr W. Twigge Ellis, Llanrwst. WITHOUT A TICKET.—On Saturday, at the Petty bessions, betore Col. jormstone and Mr. L. W. Jelf Petit, a youth named David Thomas Pugh, Llanerch Elsi, Bettws- ycoed, was charged with travelling on the London and North-Western Railway between Llanrwst and Bettwsycoed on the evening of September the loth without having pre- viously paid his fare and with intent to avoid payment thereof. Mr. Tait, of Euston. prosecuted on behalf of the Company, and defendant pleaded guilty. Evidence was given by Walter Hobley, stationmaster at :Bettwsycoed. The Chairman severely ad- monished the defendant, who was bound over under the First Offenders' Act and ordered to pay the costs, as well as the wit- ness' cost. •BAND OF HOPE.—The Band of Hope in connection with Bryn Mawr opened its meetings on Tuesday evening, with a large number of members. The reading classes also opened their session on Friday, in charge of the Rev. H. Rawson Williams, Messrs. William Williams and David Jones. FOOTBALL.—A match has been arranged for Saturday between the married and the single members of the team. The fixture should prove very interesting, as good players are to be found on both sides. WEDDING.—The marriage was solem- nized at Bryn Mawr Chapel, on Fridav, of Miss Ellen Prichard, of Frondeg, and Mr. W. Jones Owen, Mynydd Bychan. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. H. Roberts, Capel Curig. The bride was given away by Mr. Ivor Jones, Frondeg. The bridesmaid being Miss Annie Prichard {sister of the bride), and best man was Mr. Robert Jones, Carreg Lleon. As the happy couple left the chapel they were the re- cipients of hearty congratulations and showers of confetti. The presents were numerous and handsom-s.








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