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LLANDUDNO. TO-DAY'S AMATEUR TEAM FOR CARNARVON.—The re-play in the Welsh Senior Cup-tie takes place to-day (Thursday) at Carnarvon. The following team will leave for the County town by the 12.15 train:— Stallard J. H. Jones and Ben Morris; Jack Brown, Tom Johnson and Harold Pearson; J. E. Williams, Dan Davies, W. Cleave, Bob Roberts and Jim Williams. Cheap bookings will be issued to supporters. FUR AND FEATHER SHOW. Our readers are reminded that the WTelsh Northern Counties Fur and Feather Association's Show of dogs, poultry, pigeons, cage birds, cats and rabbits will be held on Saturday. The show, on this occasion, will be held in Messrs. Jarvisand Woodyatt's Ropository, Craigydon. Trams pass within a few yards of the place. The entries have been numerous, and an ex- cellent show is anticipated. Schedules may be had of the secretary, Mr G. E. Cragg, Rocklands, Rhos, Colwyn Bay. THE ELECTION. — The Liverpool Daily Post and Mercury proprietors are to be con- gratulated opon their enterprise in submitting to the public, within a few minutes after they are declared, the result of the general election. By arrangement with the proprietor of the Princes Theatre, a lantern shows the results upon a large white screen which is placed 011 the opposite side of Mostyn-street on the facade of Messrs. W. S. Williams &. Sons' noted drapery establishment. Mr. Jones, more popularly known as "Joe Bangor," has charge of the arrangements. The enterprise is highly appreciated by hundreds of the inhabitants nightly. MARK MASONS.—The instailaticn cere- mony of St. David's Lodge of Mark Master Masons, N. 38, was held at Llandudno on Wednesday, when Bro. T. Otto Morgan, of Conway, was installed in the chair by his predecessor, Bro. W. Price, in the presence < of the Prov. Grand Master, Bro. Sir W. Bulkelev* Hughes-Hunter, and the Deputy Pi ov. Grand Master, Bro. G. L. Woodley. The following were invested as the officers for the yeaï: -S, \Y., Bro. Walter Jones; J.W., Bio. S. Chantrey; M.O., Bro. A. J. Oldman (bv deputy) S.O., Bro. Ivor L. Morgan; J.O., Bro. II. E. Bonnalie; D. of C., Bro. F. D. Chantrey; Sec.. Bro. J. T. Morgan, P.M.; Treas., Bro. G. L. Wood- ley. P. L; R. of M., Bro. C. M. Lees, P.M. S.D. Bro. A. Hewitt; J.D., Bro. H. C. Armstrong: Org., J. Burwell I.G., Bro. C. Felix; S.S., Bro. H. Parry; J.S., Bro. A. G. Kaye. WELL KNOWN ARCHITECT'S DEATII.—We regre* to announce the death which occurred on Thursday morning of Mr. Edwin Turner, architect, of Llan- dudno. after an illness of some months' duration. rr. Turner, who was 70 years of age, was well known in North Wales, having been in practice at Llandudno for nearly forty years. H came to that town from the East Coast upwards of forty years ago as an assistant to Mr. George Felton, then the agent to the Mostyn estate and the successor to Mr. John Williams, Bod- atcn. Some time later Mr. Turner began to practice on his own account and was the 1, architect of mary large buildings in Llan- dudno, including the St. George's Hotel, and the Craigside Hydro. He built the tower of Trinity Church and the Church House, and resto-ec1. St. Tudno's Church on the Great Omie. He did a great deal of domestic architecture. He was the Master of the t. Tudno Lodge of Free- masons in I SSS, and subsequently attained to provincial rank. For many years he was the treasurer of the St. Tudno Lodge. He leaves a widow and several sons and daughters. CRAKADON SOCIAL CLUB.—A suc- cessfudl Whist Drive was held at this club on Monday evening. THE HOT-POT FUND.—Applications for hot-pots should be made to Mr. William Little at the Town Hall, or to any member of the Committee on or before Tuesday next Mr. R. J. Williams is the hon. secre. tary this year. SILOH ANNUAL TEA.—The annual tea meeting and lantern lecture in connection with the Siloh C.M. Chapel were held yes- terday (Wednesday), and both events were appreciated by a large number of people. THE ELECTIONS. The number of Liberals who assemble daily and nightly at the Liberal Club to hear the results of the elections are many, but like other places the interest manifested is not so keen as it was in Januarv, when excitement was very strong. The greatest orderliness prevails at this and the Constitutional Club which is next door. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELEC. TION.—An election to fill the seat caused by the death of Mr. J. O. Thomas, J.P., in the Central Ward took place on Saturday. There were four candidates, the following being the r-esult:I-homas Thomas, Cil- gerran, retired civil servant, 203 R. J. Wil- liams, ironmonger, 127; O. W. Roberts, coal merchant, So, and John Roberts, Ul <1-<, "j' TO HELP THE FREE LIBRARY.- Funds being required for the furnishing of the Carnegie Free Library, a committee of ladies arranged a bazaar and Chrysanthem- um show, which was held in-the Town Hall on Thursday, and was A success. There was an exquisite display of the Japanese uiSoins lent by Mr. John Walker, Osborne House, which were much appreciated. The stalls were in charge of the following ladies Chrysanthemum Stall Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. Llewelyn Hughes, Mrs. Morton, Miss Bone, and Miss Peggy Francis Jones. Gen- eral Work Stall: Mrs. Roberts. Huyton; Mrs. G. A. Humphreys, Miss Piank, Miss Patrick, and Miss Travers, Hatherlea. Plain Work Stall: Mrs. D. O. Davies, Mrs. Reeves Hughes, Mrs. Rowlands, Mrs. W. Powell. Plum Pudding and Mince Meat Stall: Mrs. Timms, Miss Doran, and Miss Tipper. Postcard and Calender Stall: Mrs. Ward and Mrs. C. Bevan. Tea Stall: Mrs. Williams (Cambridge), Mrs. Conolly, Mrs. Edwards (Latimer House), Mrs. Thomas (White House), Mrs. Roberts (Bryn Celyn), Mrs. Thomas (Gwynllys), Mrs. Smith (Vic- toria Restaurant), Mrs. Thomas (Bod Addysgl, Miss Buckley, Miss Hooson, Miss Jones (The Lounge), Miss Wynn (Moseley House;, Miss Jones (Carrisbrook), Miss j Jones (Brynymor), who had the assistance of a large number of young ladies. Mr. I Ernsst E. Bone, J.P., presided over a large attendance, and Mrs. John Walker per- formed the opening ceremony in her usual gracious manner. A vote of thanks was accorded Mrs. Walker, on the motion of the Rev. Ll. R. Hughes, M.A., Rector, second- ed by Mr. T. W. Griffith, J.P. A vote of thanks to the Chairman was also passed. In the evening an entertainment was given by Mrs. James Marks, Miss J. Williams, Master Harold Cocker, Mr. C. W. Brown, Mrs. Powell, Mr. G. S. Yeoman, Miss Cerid- wen Roberts, lr. Forrester, Mr. C. Hughes. Cinematograph tableaux and songs were also given, in which Miss Nellie Hill took part. Mr. John Walker has promised an additional ZSc) to the Library funds. PRESENTATION.—In connection with the marriage of Mr. R. Jones, Sub-Superin- tendent of the Pearl Life Assurance Co. at Llandudno, a very enjoyable reception was held at Richardson's Hotel. After an excellent dinner a meeting was held under the presidency of Mr. E. W. Roberts, District Superintendent, Colwyn Bay, with whom Mr. Jones is associated as Sub-Superintendent On behalf of the Colwyn Bay staff Mr. Jones was presented with hand-painted timepiece and vases, and the gift of the Llandudno staff was an oak roll-top desk. Mr. Roberts and all the staff spoke in the highest terms of Mr. Jones as friend and colleague, and wished him and his bride a long and happy marri-ed life. CHRISTMAS PREPARATIONS.—What is the secret of success in business? Very aptly did Mr. W. S. Williams, of the famous Mostyn-street drapery firm, supply the answer to that question the other even- ing at the Colwyn Bay tradesmen's banquet. Specialise advertise." In these two words did Ir. Williams sum up the secret of his own firm's remarkable advancement. That they act upon this motto and practice what they preach is known of all men. A visit to their shops will prove one point; a glance at our columns will prove the other. Just at present Messrs. W. S. Williams and Sons are transforming their showrooms into veritable Fairylands Tull of delightful novel- ties suitable for Christmas and New Year gifts, and it may be taken for granted that their window attraction will again prove one of the most original of ideas. Now more than ever will a visit to their emporia be a source of unqualified delight.