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Colwyn Bay Cottage Hospital.

Llanrwst Education Authority.

Penmaenmawr High School.


Penmaenmawr High School. CONCERT AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. On Tuesday evening, the annual concert and distribution of prices in connection with the Fronheulcg High School, took place at the Mona Private Hotel. Then: were a very good number present, the chair being occu- pied by the Rev. Griffith Matthews, H.A., Vicar of the parish. The programme opened with a pianoforte duett, Hungarian Dances," by If. Da vies and K. Howarth, lollowed bv a pretty part- song, Oxlins and Violets," by the Senior Singing Class. The recitation, What be- came ol them ? by P. Malcolm and C. Thomas, was well received, and the Junior Singing Class followed with the song The Land or Counterpane." The part-song, "The Spanish Serenade." was given by the Senior Singing Class, N. Par- v Jones and B. Meacher following with a capital recitation or The Owl and the Pussy Cat." The Gondola," a vocal duett, was prettily rendered by D. Hill and H. Davies, and K. Howarth rendered the solo Rose in the Bud." The first part of the programme was concluded with a scarf drili by de Naveran, D. Hill, K. Haworth. 0. Hopkins, N de Naveron, and W. Wright. The Chairman delivered a short address of encouragement, and presented the prizes to the following successful pupils Upper School: Form prize (1st division), M. D'Oyly-Watkins Junior Oxford, Y. de Naveran and C. Rogerson Prelim. Oxford, M. f),Ov]N, Watkins mathematics, M. Rhodes form prize (2nd division^, D. Hart; drawing, S. Burbidge music, II. Davies; genera! improvement, O. Hopkins. Lower School Form prize, W. Wright drawing, M. Hart general improvement, N. Parry Jones. The following were the public examination results :— Oxford Locals: Junior pass. C. Rogerson and Y. de Naveran preliminary—2nd class honours, M. D'Ovlv-Watkins ditto—pass, H. M. Skilbeck. Royal Drawing Society: Division 111. Honours, S. Burbidge pass, .-il. IYOyly- Watkins. Division II.—Pass, S. Burbidge, 1). Hart, and M. Rhodes. Division I.— Honours, S. Burbidge, M, I) Oylv-Watkins, M. Flart, and H. Skilbeck pass, H. Davies, I). Flirt, M. Rhodes, and D. Weaver. The second part of the programme was continued, H. Davies opening with a piano- forte solo, An Episode," which was followed by a part-song, Lullaby," by the Senior Singing Class. The vocal duett, 0 wcrt thou in the Cauld Blast," bv K. Howarth and 11. Davies, was greatly appreciated, and the song, My Shadow," followed b\' the junior Singing Class. K. Howarth and C. Rogerson gave the duett, The Wanderer's Night Song," and afterwards came a very pretty Castanet dance by Y. de Naveran, K. Howarth and D. Hill. The Walrus and the Carpenter iN-a, the title ol the recita- tion given by the lower school, after which the Senior Singing Class gave The Virgin's Cradle Hvmn," The last item on the pro- gramme wa- a vocal trio, Ti Pegro," by K. Howarth, H, Davies, and C. Rogerson. Yesterday (Wednesday) evening a dramatic entertainment was given, when the piece, She Stoops to Conouer," was given to an appreciative audience. The training of the scholars reflects the greatest credit upon Miss Howard, the head- mistress. and her eff.cient: staff.

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The N.S.P.C.C. at Conway.


Christmastide at11 Colwyn…

Christmas at the Shops.J

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Markets and Fairs.