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Colwyn Bay Cottage Hospital.

Llanrwst Education Authority.

Penmaenmawr High School.

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


The N.S.P.C.C. at Conway. DANCE AT OAKWOOD PARK. A very successful dance in aid of the Nat- ional Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children took place at the Oakwood Park Hotel, Conway, on Friday. The charming theatre, ballroom and corridors of this well- known hostelry were gaily decorated for the occasion with festoons of holly and flowers of the most varied and costly description. The beautiful dresses worn, together with the bril- liant lighting of the place combined to make the scene one of great splendour from the opening to the close. This, of course, was largely attributable to the very excellent arrangements which had been made by the proprietors, represented by Mrs. Bailey. The patrons, most of whom were present, included the Lady Augusta Mostyn, Colonel the Hon. H. L. and Mrs. Mostyn, Sir Howard and Lady Grubb, Mr. and Mrs. Jones-Mortimer, Mrs. Swinford Wood, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wood, Colonel and Mrs. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Gatty, Mr. and Mrs. Bradbury, Mr. and Mrs. Row- land Hughes, Mr. Albert Wood, and Dr. R. Arthur-Prichard. The programme of music, which was supplied by the well-known Con- way Quadrille Band, conducted by Mr. T. O. Morgan, was a particularly interesting one, and comprised an admirable selection, both as regards music and dances. Seventy-two sat down to supper, and dancing, which commenced at 8 p.m., was kept up until an early hour. This pleasing function was largely brought about through the great jot$re§t taken in -cause by the secretary of the society, Mrs. James Porter, to whose activity the great success of the event is largely due. She was assisted by a willing band of stewards, includ- ing Mrs. Cross, Mrs. W. M. Sever, Miss Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. McKenna, Colonel Trench, and Mr. A. R. Cross. At the conclusion of the evening the general appreciation of all present of the untiring work and kindness of the secretary was shown, when several gentlemen called for three cheers for Mrs. Porter, to which there was an enthusiastic re sponse.


Christmastide at11 Colwyn…

Christmas at the Shops.J

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Markets and Fairs.